2/2/2020An Ann Arbor expat gets caught in a political crossfire.
The feds redefine "family planning."
Michigan Medicine alone raised $1.5 billion in the U-M's Victors for Michigan fundraising campaign.
St. Joe's staffers await their new electronic health records system with anticipation and dread.
The school improvement millage will speed work on building safety.
The Ross grad passed up a corporate job to develop an employee perk that really matters.
A Fab Five star returns in a new role.
Voters approved-barely-a $1 billion bond to rebuild the public schools.
Meet the individualists who use open-records laws to investigate local politics.
The Ann Arbor Public Schools are asking voters for $1 billion for renovation and expansion.
A political faceoff bought time to fix the county mental health budget.
A former Ann Arbor priest's sexual abuse case is dismissed.
Environmental first responders in exile
It's been a challenge for the county road commission since 1919. The problem has always been money.
A lurid U-M case tested free speech when the Internet was young.
"We're really happy with where they're going," says AARP Foundation attorney Dara Smith.
Slow progress on high-speed rail
It's easier to change the city's charter than its laws.
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