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When the temperatures were higher than normal in January, many believed the weather would get back to normal soon. 

Wes Nakagiri, a Livingston County Tea Party activist, has his sights set on Kid Rock, Detroit native and Trump supporter, for a potential Senate candidate in 2018.

An anti-Semitic Valentine's Day card caused controversy Wednesday when it was given to a group of Central Michigan University students by a member of the university's chapter of College Republicans.

The University of Michigan Division of Public Safety and Security has opened a criminal investigation into the source of racist and threatening emails sent to University stu

Jalen Rose, one of the members of the Fab Five who brought the University of Michigan men’s basketball team to the 1992 and 1993 NCAA championship games, is heading to prime time. Written and produced by Nahnatchka Khan of “Fresh Off the Boat,” ABC’s newest show, “Jalen vs.

South Quad briefly shut down their dining hall after a problem with the fire system on Tuesday.

South Quad dining hall, typically brimming with hungry students, was left empty Tuesday night for a brief period of time because of issues with the fire suppression system.

Though it won’t a come as a surprise to many, a new University of Michigan publication found most people pass waiting time by using their cell phones.

Following weeks of delays, hearings and committee voting, Betsy DeVos, Michigan native and education activist, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate Tuesday afternoon as secretary of education with an unprecedented tie-breaking vote cast of 51-50 by Vice President Mike Pence. 

The University of Michigan recently raised more than $1.3 million through faculty and staff donations and volunteer efforts aimed at increasing funding for human services in Washtenaw County.

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette ruled Friday that Ann Arbor’s decision to raise the legal age of buying cigarettes and tobacco products from 18 to 21 is unlawful.

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette ruled Friday that Ann Arbor’s decision to raise the legal age of buying cigarettes and tobacco products

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