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Ann Arbor, Mich. -- Adults who undergo a minimally invasive technique to treat atrial fibrillation are significantly less likely to die from a heart attack or heart failure, according to a long-term study by the University of Michigan Frankel Cardiovascular Center .
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Tanesha and Carl Reed, Demarius Reed's parents, are seen here outside of his funeral in Harvey, Ill.
Thanks to the mass exodus of tens of thousands of University of Michigan students, the leafy, liberal town reverts back to a more peaceful version of itself.
"Historically, the German roots played a large role in Ann Arbor becoming a beer-loving town.
It was about eight months into her fight with heart cancer that 24-year-old Maire Kent knew she was going to die.
Storms are likely across the Great Lakes region thanks to a broad area of low pressure causing instability in the upper atmosphere.
This Friday an alumna of Ann Arbor's Huron High School will depart the U.S. for Ethiopia, where she'll begin a nine-month-long research project funded by a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant.
A Bloomfield Hills-based real estate company has plans to redevelop four buildings on a 5.5-acre site on Washtenaw Avenue into a connected retail shopping center.
Tenants on the property A.F. Jonna wants to redevelop include Life Uniform, Ann Arbor Thrift Shop and Fast Signs.
Construction work is underway for The Beer Grotto at 303 S. Ashley St., and Sam Short and his business partners plan to open the retail tasting and to-go store in September.
Traffic on eastbound I-94 was backed up for about four miles Tuesday morning after a semi went into a ditch near the Kalmbach Road exit.
Intruders broke a window and stole multiple guitars from an Ann Arbor music shop sometime during the overnight hours Monday night or Tuesday morning, police said.
The Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority is planning to install 50 new bike hoops soon and it's welcoming feedback on where to place them.
Anne Jackson, center, was honored by the Arthritis Foundation in Keystone, Colo., in early July.
The upcoming semester at Thomas M. Cooley Law School's campus in Ann Arbor could be the school's last, but plans are not set in stone, school officials said Monday.
The Italian restaurant chain, founded in Texas in 1986, withdrew its liquor license application and canceled construction plans with the township.
Nina Howard returned to the mountains in Waynesville two and a half years ago and has recently completed the renovation of her home and land to accommodate a spa and skin care studio complete with treatment room, private bath and shower, private entrance and gardens.
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Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 07:21 am
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