1/4/2018Park closures let sharpshooters target 250 deer.
How two persistant scientists brought the U-M a $65 million payday.
An October Michigan Supreme Court order has local governments cheering
"Andy LaBarre and Jerry Clayton are geniuses!" exclaims Ann Arbor councilmember Chip Smith
Chip Smith survives another near miss.
"I had this idea that I was uniquely qualified to pull it off," says Karen Sikkenga.
The DDA voted in October to add three stories to the Ann-Ashley parking structure.
As the city cuts back on council elections, independents make a last stand.
There are two big millages on the November 7 ballot.
Saline's sewage plant looks for a permanent fix.
Voters OK broadband tax.
Dexter to add roundabouts
Washington gyrations feed anxiety on campus.
Gearing up for a big "ask."
A council seat changes hands.
Mark Braun is racing to Mackinac Island by land and lake.
Odd-year elections gave small, passionate groups an outsize impact. This will be their last chance.
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