This month's First Friday Focus on the Environment from WEMU examines Governor Snyder's budget proposals and how they might impact the health of Michigan's environment.
Ann Arbor school district to ask voters to approve a ten-year technology millage.
The Ann Arbor Transportation Authority financial task force ok's plan, but holds off on recommending sources.
Oscar review, Oscar winners at the Michigan, new openings downtown, and at least a couple of new releases on this week's Cinema Chat from WEMU.
Ann Arbor police hold community forum offering tips on what residents can do to help keep their homes from being the next home invasion targets.
Michigan's emergency manager law: Helping troubled cities or ending local control and voter rights?
League of Women Voters and the Ann Arbor area alumnae of Delta Sigma Theta host forum on government privitzation.
Smoke-free policy begins this spring in properties operated by Ypsilanti Housing Commission.
New Ann Arbor floodplain maps mean some will be able to dump flood insurance; others will have to buy it.
Michigan congressman John Dingell addresses Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Regional Chamber.
Eastern Michigan University officials are making changes to make the admissions process quicker for prospective students.
Oscars this weekend! Michigan Theater Executive Director Russ Collins makes his picks on this week's Cinema Chat from WEMU.
It's official. Ypsilanti residents will see an income tax issue on the ballot in May.
Ann Arbor's city council approves resolution supporting a national movement promoting clean air called the 'Clean Air Promise' campaign.
Series on local food movement continues.
This week, the Lynn Rivers Show updates the continuing fights for democracy in the middle east.
Eastern Michigan University President Susan Martin says Governor Snyder's budget proposal for higher education fails to recognize EMU tuition restraint and other factors.
County board restructuring plan would give pay raises to some after others made concessions.
After months of discussion over costs, the Humane Society of Huron Valley and Washtenaw County have reached agreement on animal control services at least through the end of this year.
Oscars coming up, film festival winding down, and a tremendous variety of special screenings coming your way on this week's Cinema Chat from WEMU.
A pilot program for Ann Arbor's police department could give the department a pool of potential new officers. The new program is part of the city's proposed budget for fiscal year 2013.
Growing the local food movement. Our guest on this week's Issues of the Environment from WEMU is Jane Bush, owner of Apple Schram Orchard near Lansing, and a business development consultant for food and farm systems.
Preliminary discussions indicate fiscal year 2013 could be a good one for the city of Ann Arbor's finances.
This week, the Lynn Rivers Show focuses on the financial plight of Michigan's cities.
Two long-time Ann Arbor book printing companies have merged in an effort to better serve their customers and face the printing industry's digital future.