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11 min ago | CBS Local
The Ann Arbor architecture firm Architecture Resource and the green building and remodeling company Meadowlark Builders will offer another of their peeks "behind the drywall" of a resource-efficient home under construction in Ann Arbor this weekend, Dec. 14 and 15. Attendees will be able to see what makes up the core of a super energy-efficient ... (more)
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11 min ago | Detroit Free Press
Officials are offering a $5,000 reward after 24 guns were stolen from an Ann Arbor gun dealer on Thursday.
11 min ago | MLive.com
Police Chief John Seto addresses members of the City Council during a budget retreat Monday night inside the city's Justice Center.
4 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
Michigan football fans disappointed about the finish to the 2013 season can look to the future for solace, and given the initial release of the Rivals.com recruiting rankings for the 2015 class, the future is quite bright in Ann Arbor.
With carols ringing from speakers in every supermarket, no one needs much of a reminder that the calendar has flipped firmly into December.
A California author who has been researching the serial slayings of young women in Washtenaw County between 1967 and 1969 will appear on a true crime cable show Tuesday.
A new survey confirms what many already know: Ann Arborites enjoy a high quality of life, and they generally feel they live in a safe community with a lot to offer.
Ann Arbor Mayor John Hieftje chats with City Council Member Sabra Briere, D-1st Ward, before last week's council meeting.
Students that transfer in to Ann Arbor Public Schools from outside of the district may soon face tuition under a new policy the superintendent is pursuing.
Ann Arbor police are investigating a break-in at Trader Joe's sometime between when the store closed Sunday and early Monday morning, police officials said.
The Bush and Obama administrations loaned the auto industry, including GM and Chrysler, which is now controlled by Italy's Fiat, $80 billion to avoid the collapse of the industry that they felt would result in the loss of millions of U.S. jobs.
Update: The city of Ann Arbor announced in a tweet at 1:49 p.m. the westbound lanes of East Huron Street were reopened.
New Yorker staff writer and bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell will appear at Ann Arbor's Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty St., on Monday, January 27 at 7 p.m. to read excerpts from his new book, "David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants"; answer questions; and sign copies of the book.
Washtenaw County sheriff's deputies look for the teen who fled from deputies after a police chase on Aug. 21, 2013.
The roughly 250-space garage at the southeast corner of First and Washington quietly opened on Friday and was in use over the weekend.
A suburban home foreclosed on two years ago near Maple and Scio Church Roads could soon be demolished.
Salon Vertigo owner Nina Juergens opened an Acme Mercantile pop-up holiday shop in her salon space before Thanksgiving.