10/8/2020And how to make sure it's counted.
Steve Pratt says he's warned his wife and kids not to expect to see him for a year.
Affordable housing, a schools challenge, and voting tips.
The one at State and Ellsworth reduced traffic backups--but also caused more accidents.
The state - and determined volunteers - are helping "returned citizens" navigate a changed world.
He's got to balance Michigan's pandemic budget.
Question Corner: September 2020
Beware of "charging" dogs.
For the first time since 1882, there will be no U-M football games this fall.
"It's so bananas," says Linh Song. "I didn't expect it."
Washtenaw's Covid cases are on the wane
Felicia Brabec and Yousef Rabhi want to flip the state house.
A county millage comes up for renewal.
The August 4 election will narrow the contest for Washtenaw County Trial Court judge.
Two factions-and three wild cards-face off in the August 4 city council primary.
Superintendent Jeanice Swift says Ann Arbor's plan will "land on the side of caution."
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Three very different candidates promise to transform the criminal justice system.
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