8/1/2021With the vaccine lottery fizzling, the health department builds its ground game.
Recycle Ann Arbor overhauls the Materials Recovery Facility.
City council just made it much easier to build-and rent-accessory dwelling units.
Budget cuts mean open positions won't be filled.
Lansing Republicans target research universities.
High-stakes litigation targets a city's savings account.
Theresa Durand never felt sick, but the Red Cross wanted her Covid antibodies
The crime wave that wasn't
"We've lost patience," says U-M medical historian Howard Markel. "We opened things up too soon. "
SEAS dean Jonathan Overpeck says green energy is coming soon-and barely in time.
Why the school board reversed course-and what it means for students.
Council's activist majority wants to change the face of the city-and they're moving fast to do it.
Where we've been, and where we're going
Health professionals jostle with teachers for vaccine priority.
Ann Arbor Public Schools are planning to bring students back to the classroom in March.
"The opportunity went away," says Ann Arbor police chief Mike Cox.
My child needed help. With few options and rigid rules, getting it was a five-day ordeal.
Eli Savit wants to send many fewer people to prison. Here's how he plans to do it.
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