The Slurping Turtle, a new Japanese restaurant on East Liberty that also has a location in Chicago, celebrated its one-year anniversary Sunday evening by hosting its first annual Ramen Battle.

The primary election for seats on Ann Arbor’s City Council will take place on August 4th, with candidates from four of the city’s five wards – including wards 1, 3, 4 and 5 — hoping to secure a seats for the next two years.

According to a press release from the U.S. Department of Justice, a decision was reached in the lawsuit against the University concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act Wednesday.

Earlier this month, the first public appearance of the sun-powered car that will race in Australia’s World Solar Challenge this October was unveiled at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn.

On Monday morning, Michigan's leading auto-industry experts and government officials, alongside University leaders, gathered in a brand new city, “Mcity,” the world’s first controlled vehicle test site designed to research and refine automated vehicle technology.

Voting reform and housing development projects were key issues discussed at the Ann Arbor City Council meeting Monday. Members of council voted down proposed resolutions on local official term-limits, switching to non-partisan elections and moving city primary elections.

According to a recent University study, if you use medical marijuana and you’re a high school student, you are more likely to become addicted to the substance than from the use of non-medical marijuana.

Gov. Rick Snyder (R) signed Public Act 11 117 of 2015, a bill effectively ending film incentives in the state of Michigan on July 10. The move has many questioning the future of filming in the state.

Pope Francis finished his eight-day tour of the Latin American countries of Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay on Sunday.

The Zell Family Foundation donated $60 million to the Ross School of Business Monday morning. This donation will bring the Zell family’s total contributions to the University to over $150 million.