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The week's odd news: Oregon couple trapped by house cat
Instead, they plan to look for a pet psychologist to help change his behavior. A runner and her dog sport underwear as they participate Match 9 in LaughFest's FUNderwear 5K run in Grand Rapids, Mich.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Emergent Arts Presents Confessions of the Easter Bunny, 3/26-4/6
Emergent Arts presents the original play Confessions of The Easter Bunny by Tim Henning at The Mix Studio Theater, 8 N. Washington, Ypsilanti, MI.
Report: Woman accused of intentionally causing fatal crash to undergo competency evaluation
The 27-year-old Westland woman charged with second-degree murder in the crash that killed a 55-year-old Ypsilanti woman last month will undergo a competency examination, according to a report from WDIV .
'From Our Hearts': Spagehtti dinner tonight to support children of Ypsilanti woman killed in crash
A dinner to raise funds for four children of a single mother killed in a car crash in Westland is tonight at Calvary Bible Church in York Township.
Man accused of stealing tools from Sears captured after jumping bond
Inch appeared in the Washtenaw County Trial Court Thursday for the case involving the theft of $800 of tools from the Sears at Briarwood Mall.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Man convicted of torching girlfriend's car has sentencing adjourned pending break-in case
The 22-year-old Ypsilanti Township man charged with multiple crimes in six different cases had his sentencing hearing postponed in the Washtenaw County Trial Court Wednesday, according to court records.
Where do the 4 Ann Arbor mayoral candidates stand on the proposed transit tax?
The four members of the Ann Arbor City Council competing for a chance to become the city's next mayor don't always agree on everything.
Bill's Beer Garden set to open Friday
Pay no attention to the snow, slush and ice. According to the weather forecast for the weekend, we could be seeing temperatures in the 40s, and you could be enjoying a craft beer outside at Bill's Beer Garden .
Ann Arbor area business briefs: Humantech and NSF International
From new hires and promotions to industry awards, here's a roundup of achievements by businesses and individuals in the greater Ann Arbor area: NSF International, a public health and safety organization headquartered in Ann Arbor, recently appointed John D. Graham, current Dean of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, ... (more)
Wed Mar 12, 2014
The Eastern Echo
Washtenaw house fire causes $125k in damages
The third floor of a house on the 600 block of Washtenaw caught fire Sunday afternoon, destroying the entire floor and devastating the residents.
The Michigan Daily Online
CSG unanimously votes to fund health program
The Central Student Government unanimously passed a resolution to allocate funds to Michigan Health Aid at Tuesday night's meeting.
Michigan legislature may not gamble on charity gaming
Rescued as a nine-year-old 42 pound female Golden Retriever, Beetle Bailey was saved by a Golden Retriever rescue organization Rescued as a nine-year-old 42 pound female Golden Retriever, Beetle Bailey was saved by a Golden Retriever rescue organization Many Michigan charities count on revenues from licensed charity gaming , like poker rooms and ... (more)
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Sausage-loving philanthropists square off in Wurst Challenge
A Bunch of Brats - An inventive event is scheduled for next week. It's called the inaugural Wurst Challenge, and it will feature sausage-loving philanthropists engaging in a little good old competitive eating for a good cause.
Winter storm warning issued as snow heads toward Ann Arbor
Kimberly Wolcott shovels her sidewalk on Collegewood in Ypsilanti after an over night snow storm, Sunday, March, 2, 2014.
Daily Press & Argus
Riveting record attempt
Ninety-year-old Irene Bokros tries on the bandanna she'll wear to Willow Run Airport March 29 when she willtry to help set a record for 'the most Rosie the Riveters in one place.'
Man charged with stabbing 2 men outside bar
Deputies say a 23-year-old Ypsilanti man stabbed two men fighting with his brother outside an Ypsilanti Township bar Sunday morning and now faces four felonies.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Ann Arbor's new $8.1M downtown bus station to open next week
Sixteen months after a ceremonial ground breaking , Ann Arbor's new downtown bus station is getting ready to open to the public.
Ann Arbor police: Parolee arrested with multiple BB guns and razor knife
Ann Arbor police arrested an Ypsilanti man for a parole violation after he was found carrying two BB-gun rifles, screwdrivers and a razor knife early Sunday morning.
Still time to vote for your favorite Ann Arbor area doughnut
We're on the hunt for Michigan's Best Doughnut, and we're looking for your vote.
Wurst Challenge: Sausage lovers to attempt to eat 20-foot bratwursts
A few brave souls will attempt to do just that in the first-ever Wurst Challenge to benefit the FLY Children's Art Center.