News Briefs

Fifth-year senior defensive tackle Maurice Hurst in a game against Cincinnati on September 9, 2017.

Maurice Hurst, Michigan football’s defensive tackle, has taken up a part-time job as a driver for Uber.

In an interview Monday night with “Inside Michigan Football,” Hurst revealed he occasionally does an Uber run when he’s not busy with football.

The University of Michigan Solar Car Team finished second in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge Thursday, race, which takes place every other year, featuring university, corporate and high school teams from across the globe. It was the team’s most successful outcome yet.


Two University of Michigan professors are included in this year's class of MacArthur Fellows, which in total comprises 24 artists, writers, researchers and community leaders.


Chicago-based cloud technology company AHEAD has officially moved into Ann Arbor.

The Ann Arbor Police Department announced a $2,000 reward for information on the three men who spray-painted racist graffiti last month on a downtown mural.

Local pizzarias Bella Italia and Pizza Pino are closing after years of serving Ann Arbor residents.

Tom Price, the secretary of Health and Human Services, is receiving flak this week for having taken five separate flights on private jets between Sept. 13 and Sept.

Racist graffiti was discovered on a mural Saturday night in downtown Ann Arbor.

It seems that last Saturday’s football game will go down as pre-historic.

It’s been quite a month for Kid Rock.