12/20/2016As Michigan turned red, Ann Arbor stayed blue.
Ann Arbor tried to stem Trump's tide.
New leaders hope to stem the decline of basic sciences at the medical school.
Taxes for Transit, Roads, and Veterans
"I thought it was a prank call," says Republican state house candidate Bob Baird.
A four-year court fight ended in September with near-total victory for the Michigan Islamic Academy.
$16 billion so far
The faculty lowers its sites
The bitter breakup at the MRF
Dissatisfaction drives candidates for the school board. At the library, the motive is ambition.
Absentee ballots keep the city clerk busy
Next month, voters will get a chance to change the way city council is elected.
Voters returned all three council incumbents in August's Democratic primary.
Tweaks lower the toll at State and Ellsworth
Everyone's heard about the Flint water crisis. Mike Hood and Laurie Carpenter are doing something.
Asked why no one is opposing his reelection, Christopher Taylor responds with a broad smile.
Will the Aug. 2 primary change council?
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