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Canton Township police are investigating whether a bounty hunter tried to shoot a woman with a Taser while taking her husband into custody.
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Summer school math teacher Sarah Azarovitz writes a list of coordinates on the board during a class Friday, June 27, 2014 as students learn about dilations at Skyline High School.
Fashion retailer opens second store in Plymouth Ann Arbor-based Esquire Interiors has opened a second location in downtown Plymouth Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/money/business/2014/08/28/fashion-retailer-opens-second-store-plymouth/14676199/ New home 3 & Up recently moved into 630 Main in downtown ... (more)
Late August may seem an odd time to be sweating the winter weather outlook, but it's serious crunch time for snow removal contractors scrambling with shortages and skyrocketing prices for the one commodity critical to their livelihoods -- rock salt.
Chiparus entered the store shortly after the man, she said. She had planned to visit her husband who was working in the party store at the time.
More than 100 backpacks have been collected this month in an ongoing school supply drive for the Education Project for Homeless Youth.
On his last motion day before retiring, Washtenaw County Circuit Judge Donald Shelton heard arguments on Wednesday from attorneys on both sides of a lawsuit over the city of Ann Arbor's footing drain disconnection program.
Ann Arbor native Sarah McNitt will compete in "Jeopardy"'s Tournament of Champions, scheduled to air November 10-21.
The Ann Arbor-Saline Road bridge is expected to be opened by the end of the day Wednesday as contractors move to stage three of the reconstruction project.
After months of fever-pitch anticipation and then hour-plus waits for weeks after opening, things have calmed down enough at the new Slurping Turtle Japanese noodle house in Ann Arbor that normals can now get a table at 6 p.m. on a Friday.
A Marine veteran places his hand over his heart as a sign of respect during a ceremony Feb. 19, 2010 at the Marine Corps League Detachment 246 meeting hall in honor of the Marines who fought in the Feb 19 - March 26, 1945 battle of Iwo Jima.
Uber, a ride-sharing service, launched in April in Ann Arbor. Customers can connect with drivers though the company's smartphone app for short trips, though city officials are attempting to add a level of regulation to the process.
Porches in Ann Arbor are sprouting red cups and beer pong tables, and bike racks are filling up in the neighborhoods near the University of Michigan's campus.
One man and one woman were shot Sunday morning on Ypsilanti's Armstrong Drive. The man died from his injury.
Student intern Kayla Vettes smiles as she works with kindergartner Koya Siegfried during class at Mitchell Elementary School in Ann Arbor.
A commercial loading zone has been shifted slightly to the south on Fourth Avenue in downtown Ann Arbor so it's now located directly in front of where a new Ruth's Chris Steak House is planned.
Hines cruise brings out crowds to see classics, hot rods Crowds lined Hines Drive Sunday for Wayne County's premiere cruising event Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/news/local/2014/08/26/cruise-hines-park-nankin-mills/14622343/ Klassic Cruisers Buck and Sue Sobolewski of Livonia , Randy Bastion of Canton, ... (more)
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