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The Ann Arbor News reports that University of Michigan athletics plans to hold the "Big House 5K: Trail to the Victors" on April 6. The fundraising run loops through downtown Ann Arbor and ends at the home of the Wolverines football team.
A local animal shelter is urging the community to contact a state representative about banning gas chambers for euthanizing dogs and cats in Michigan.
Three lucky Michigan hunters will win the hunt of a lifetime in the Michigan Department of Natural Resource's Pure Michigan Hunt.
Testimony has ended in a trial over Michigan's ban on gay marriage after a Canadian economist made unflattering remarks about homosexuals.
Legislation has been signed into law to offer more treatment options in Michigan for people with mental illness, including those who are jailed or at risk of being imprisoned.
Doug Nussmeier watches the Michigan offensive film from last year and sees the Devin Gardner who set school passing and total yardage records in a few games.
With the law requiring women to purchase a rider to their health insurance plans for abortion coverage taking effect next week, seven insurance companies have filed paperwork with the state to let it know they will provide the optional riders.
The fate of more than 350 Michigan teenagers serving mandatory life sentences without parole is in the hands of the Michigan Supreme Court after justices heard three hours of argument Thursday on the impact of a 2012 U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Failure to reset two alarms allowed convicted murder Michael David Elliot to escape from the Ionia Correctional Facility on Super Bowl Sunday, an investigation by the Michigan Department of Corrections has determined.
Kent and Diego Love-Ramirez recently moved to St. Paul, Minn., where the law allows same-sex marriage and shared legal custody of their adopted son; rights denied to them in Michigan.
So you wake up one morning--or evening depending on your shift - and you feel that little warning sign that a cold is on its way.
On Tuesday, Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation amending the sentencing procedures for juvenile defendants, bringing Michigan in line with national standards.
March is a very confusing time for Michiganders. Is it spring or winter? SO CONFUSING.
Recent research is clear that to have a prosperous economy with high per capita income, we must have thriving places that attract talent.
Courtney Meeks, 24, wanted to become an FBI agent and had recently applied to the police departments in Detroit and Highland Park.