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Employees at two Ann Arbor bars have seen some unusually big tips this year. The Ann Arbor News reports that in September a $3,000 tip was left for an $87.98 bill at Bar Louie and $7,000 for a $200 bill at Alley Bar.
The final month of the year tends to be a catch-all period for home-video releases, with this week being a perfect example of the trend.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Detroit can use bankruptcy to cut employee pensions and relieve itself of other crushing debts, handing a defeat to the city's unions and retirees and shifting the case into a delicate new phase.
Michigan's state Board of Canvassers certified a controversial petition Monday that would require women to buy an additional rider on their health insurance if they want abortion coverage.
There has been much consternation about the 2-point conversion play call by Borges last Saturday.
Officials say an Eastern Michigan University student was hit in the shoulder by a shot apparently fired into the air from outside an off-campus apartment.
A man who intentionally set a house fire that killed an 8-year-old Battle Creek girl has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
A former Harper government appointee used a keynote speech at a Washington event Monday to trample Canadian authorities' message on oil pipelines while describing the country as an environmental "rogue state."
The southern Detroit suburb of Lincoln Park faces budget problems, a step toward possible state intervention in its operations, a Michigan board said Monday.
The "Pure Michigan" screen dedicated on Nov. 19 by Michigan's economic development CEO Mike Finney will debut the official reopening of Manistee's Vogue Theatre on Dec. 6, capping nearly three years of work to restore the 75 year-old venue.
On Jan. 1, Detroit will swear in its first white mayor in 40 years. Usually that would be a significant turn in a city where eight of 10 residents are black.
Legislation that would roll back a provision of Michigan's restaurant smoking ban to allow smokers to light up while dining at sidewalk cafes or patios outside of restaurants has gained bipartisan support.
Across Michigan, hundreds of thousands of residents who may be eligible for the state's Medicaid expansion remain in frustrating, bureaucratic limbo -- one that could push arguably affordable coverage out of their reach if they don't get answers soon.
Posing with the Brutus Buckeye statue at the Ohio Union, Lantern reporter Kim Dailey spent her gameday during Rivalry Week posing as a Michigan fan on OSU's campus.
Dr. Jim Loewen, a best selling author and sociologist, will be in Birmingham this week to speak at a Michigan Roundtable about towns that purposely kept black people out.