This week, the Lynn Rivers Show series on landmark US Supreme Court rulings continues with Dred Scott and Loving v. Virginia.
Budget deficit erased for now.
Invest-Inspire campaign exceeds 50 million dollar goal.
The Ann Arbor school board approves contracts for two new administrators, and gives controversial pay increases to others.
Split vote gives HVAC contract to Flint company.
Sundance returns to Ann Arbor!
School board bids fond farewell to Floyd Brumfield.
Taking the craziness out of gift giving this Christmas.
Ypsilanti's city council expected to name interim manager before Christmas.
Upgrades would increase pedestrian safety on busy thoroughfare.
If you shop locally, you give locally for the next 12 days.
The most important US Supreme Court case you've never heard of.
County cuts animal control budget; humane society says not enough left to pay for services.
Battle in state legislature over managment and use of public lands.
Commissioners amend budget to help those in need in Washtenaw County.
Commissioners go on record opposing ban on domestic partner benefits.
Good new for those backing construction of a new swimming pool in Ypsilanti.
State grant will allow skate park project to move forward.
Fundraising underway for motion picture museum; Sundance preview; special screenings and new releases.
Immigrant rights group spearheading effort to prevent deportation of an Ann Arbor woman.
Reducing waste and energy usage as we ramp up for the holidays.
Council approves contract with county sheriff for dispatch services.
Arts program will keep current level of funding for now.
Change is coming from the ground up.
Heating and cooling journeyman contract delayed over policy issues.