Gov. Rick Snyder announced Feb. 8 in his proposed budget for the 2018 fiscal year that he plans to increase funding for higher education institutions and water quality projects.

At noon on Saturday, teams of culinary students from southeastern Michigan participated in an ice-carving festival at County Farm Park with a student from Henry Ford College coming in first place.

An Ann Arbor deer was euthanized on Friday nine days after being sterilized as part of the deer cull.

An Ann Arbor deer that had been sterilized nine days earlier by city efforts was euthanized.


As part of a national movement to preserve various data sets stored on government websites,  University of Michigan students, faculty and Ann Arbor com

Michigan Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer discusses her announcement to run in the 2018 election to University of Michigan College Democrats at the Ford School on Thursday.

Gretchen Whitmer, former Democratic minority leader in the Michigan state Senate and lecturer at the Ford School of Public Policy, addressed the University of Michigan’s chapter of College Democrats Thursday night about her candidacy for Michigan governor in 2018.

The city of Ann Arbor covered in snow in January 2017.

The Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday they will assess whether the dioxane plume in Ann Arbor will qualify for a cleanup under the EPA's federal Superfund, an EPA regional administrator in Chicago announced and MLive

The University of Michigan Environmental Justice Dialogue Series hosted a workshop Wednesday night on the intersection between feminism and environmental justice.

Michael LaForgia, investigations editor at the Tampa Bay Times, talks at the Livingston Lecture Series at the Ford School on Wednesday.

In December of 2007, the Pinellas County School Board of Pinellas County, Fla., discontinued its integration policy.

The Fred C. Shure Lounge and Engineering Learning Center in the Bob and Betty Beyster Building on North Campus is no longer all work and no play.

 Noah Betman, CSG Chief of Staff, discusses amendments to the CSG constitution in the CSG Chambers on Tuesday.

Central Student Government passed a resolution to adopt a student fee to increase funding for the Leadership Engagement Scholarship at its weekly meeting on Tuesday. The resolution passed with 29 in favor and two opposed.