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8:47 am
Tue March 6, 2007

Mayor Threatens to Veto Court Facility Plan

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WEMU Local
8:39 am
Tue March 6, 2007

Council Approves 'Environmentally Friendly' Project

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WEMU Local
8:54 am
Thu March 1, 2007

Cinema Chat

Ypsilanti, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear this week's Cinema Chat from WEMU.

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WEMU Local
8:51 am
Thu March 1, 2007

Issues of the Environment

Ypsilanti, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear this week's Issues of the Environment from WEMU, featuring Ann Arbor state representative Rebekkah Warren.

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WEMU Local
9:34 am
Fri February 23, 2007

Group Forms to FIght City Income Tax

Ypsilanti, MI – A ballot committee has been formed to oppose the city of Ypsilanti's plan to have voters decide an income tax issue.
Click on the audio icon to hear more from WEMU's Bob Eccles.

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WEMU Local
9:32 am
Fri February 23, 2007

Drug Ads Influence Perception of Wellness

Ann Arbor, MI – A series of essays in the medical journal 'Lancet' deal with the subject of
"medicalization", or the way drug advertisements and other influences impact our perceptions of disease and wellness. The essays lead author is a University of Michigan psychiatrist. Click on the audio icon to hear more on the story from WEMU's Bob Eccles.

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WEMU Local
9:33 am
Thu February 22, 2007

County Rejects Settlement with Two Townships

Washtenaw County, MI – Washtenaw County and one of the three townships locked in a dispute over the cost of police services are headed to mediation.
Augusta Township and the county have agreed to mediation, while Ypsilanti and Salem townships countered the mediation offer with a settlement proposal.
County commissioners voted nine to one Wednesday night against the settlement offer, saying it was only a small improvement from the townships' original offer.

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WEMU Local
9:27 am
Thu February 22, 2007

Cinema Chat

Ypsilanti, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear this week's Cinema Chat from WEMU.

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WEMU Local
11:39 am
Wed February 21, 2007

Issues of the Environment

Ypsilanti, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear this week's Issues of the Environment from WEMU, featuring the Executive Director of Environment Michigan, Mike Shriberg.

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WEMU Local
9:09 am
Wed February 21, 2007

Plymouth Mall Expansion Approved

Ann Arbor, MI – A plan to in-fill a portion of a parking lot in northwest Ann Arbor with new shops and office space has been approved by Ann Arbor's city council, despite objections from current tenants of the Plymouth Mall.
City council voted seven to four Tuesday night to approve the project's site plan.
Click on the audio icon to hear more on the story from WEMU's Andrew Cluley.

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WEMU Local
9:05 am
Wed February 21, 2007

Court Project Back to Square One

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WEMU Local
8:52 am
Thu February 15, 2007

Cinema Chat

Ypsilanti, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear this week's Cinema Chat from WEMU.

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WEMU Local
9:16 am
Wed February 14, 2007

EMU Encouraged by State Budget Proposal

Ypsilanti, MI – Each month, Eastern Michigan University President Dr. John Fallon joins WEMU's David Fair for an update on sigificant issues facing the university. Click on the audio icon to hear this month's discussion.

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WEMU Local
9:12 am
Wed February 14, 2007

Inmates Freed to Ease Jail Overcrowding

Washtenaw County, MI – Overcrowding at the Washtenaw County jail has prompted a judge to order the release of several dozen inmates. Click on the audio icon for more on the story from WEMU's Bob Eccles.

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WEMU Local
9:08 am
Wed February 14, 2007

Energy Secretary in Ann Arbor

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WEMU Local
9:01 am
Wed February 14, 2007

Issues of the Environment

Ypsilanti, MI – State officials say Michigan needs another coal-fired power plant to meet increasing energy needs. Meanwhile, DTE Energy is making initial plans for another nuclear power plant to meet power demands. Neither idea sits well with environmentalists. You'll hear from them next week. Today, get the industry side of the debate on Issues of the Environment from WEMU.

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WEMU Local
9:34 am
Tue February 13, 2007

Re-Vamped Sex-Ed Program at Ypsi Schools

Ypsilanti, MI – Ypsilanti's Board of Education held the first of two public hearings Monday night on the district's proposed reproductive health curriculum. Click on the audio icon to hear more on the story from WEMU's Bob Eccles.

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WEMU Local
9:29 am
Tue February 13, 2007

Gift of Life University Challenge

Ypsilanti, MI – The fourth-annual 'Gift of Life University Challenge' organ donation campaign is underway. Public universities in Michigan are competing to see who can get the greatest number of people to register for organ donation.
Click on the audio icon to hear more on the effort at Eastern Michigan University
with WEMU's David Fair, and his special guest, EMU graduate assistant Leah Howell.

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WEMU Local
10:52 am
Fri February 9, 2007

EMU Fined for Tax Problems

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WEMU Local
10:30 am
Fri February 9, 2007

Fire Kills Three Children

Ypsilanti, MI – Investigators are working to find out what caused a fire that claimed the lives of three young children Thursday afternoon in Ypsilanti. Click on the audio icon for more on this tragic story from WEMU's Bob Eccles.

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WEMU Local
10:26 am
Fri February 9, 2007

Inmates To Be Freed to Ease Jail Overcrowding

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WEMU Local
9:23 am
Fri February 9, 2007

Friday Focus on the Environment

Ypsilanti, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear this month's Friday Focus on the Environment, discussing global warming and its regional as well as world-wide impacts, and featuring Michigan Environmental Council President Lana Pollack, and NOAA laboratory scientist Dr. Brent Lofgren

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WEMU Local
8:59 am
Thu February 8, 2007

Cinema Chat

Ypsilanti, MI – Click on the audio icon to hear this week's award-dominated Cinema Chat from WEMU.

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WEMU Local
8:58 am
Wed February 7, 2007

City Wants More Money From State for Fire Protection

Ypsilanti, MI – Ypsilanti's city council has gone on record asking the state to help it pay for providing fire protection to the Eastern Michigan University campus.
A resolution seeking the funding was approved by council Tuesday night.
Council member Brian Filipiak says the service provided to EMU goes beyond fire protection by including training and workshops for different groups on campus.
He says it's important that the city be fully compensated for those efforts.

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