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Les Miles Turned Down Michigan Head Coaching Job in 2011, According to Ex-LSU AD

The stories of Les Miles and the Michigan Wolverines in 2016 couldn't be more different, but the former LSU Tigers head coach apparently turned down a chance to lead the program in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In an interview with ESPN Radio...Show More Summary

Colorado Official Roasts Michigan With Hilariously Fake Football Depth Chart

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On Monday, University of Colorado director of sports information David Plati was speaking with his counterpart at the University of Michigan, David Ablauf. The Buffaloes travel to Ann Arbor to play a football game against the 4th-ranked Wolverines on Saturday. Show More Summary

Audio: Does the Fargo Park District Really Need Their Own Police Department?

Fargo Park District director Joel Vettel, then a Lieutenant for the Fargo Police Department, in March 2008. Ann Arbor Miller / The Forum When I first read that the Fargo Park District wants its own police department my reaction was…Show More Summary

Kaine: Discipline from being a trailblazer behind Clinton’s decision to campaign while sick

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine suggested Tuesday that Hillary Clinton’s decision to keep campaigning despite a pneumonia diagnosis last week was influenced by the historic nature of her bid to become the country’s first woman president. Show More Summary

Spanish-speaking Tim Kaine debuts in Democratic radio ad

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia made his debut Tuesday in the Democratic presidential ticket’s radio advertising campaign, speaking in Spanish. In a 60-second spot directed at Latino voters, the vice presidential hopeful recalls his experience decades ago working with Jesuit missionaries in Honduras and talks about values learned while there. Kaine’s pitch to […]

A big bluegrass weekend in southeastern Michigan

The Gibson Brothers ushered in a big weekend of bluegrass music in southeast Michigan with a performance at the Ark in Ann Arbor on Friday evening. An appreciative audience was treated to a great show. The band spent the rest of the weekend in Remus, […] The post A big bluegrass weekend in southeastern Michigan appeared first on Bluegrass Today.

ESPN’s Ed Cunningham apologizes for suggesting Michigan’s Jourdan Lewis had been suspended

ESPN analyst Ed Cunningham dialed up a Michigan official on Tuesday to acknowledge a mistake he made during the game broadcast this past Saturday when the Wolverines were taking on Hawaii in Ann Arbor. Cunningham, who was raving about...Show More Summary

Artist to Watch – Way Zen

Located in the university town of Ann Arbor psych rock multi-instrumentalist Tim Knowlton, otherwise known by the moniker, Way Zen, belts out wailing lo-fi guitars, […] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Caf...

TheRide Introduces New Tools for Riders

The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide) has introduced a new, reliable, and accessible tools that make it easier for riders to use its services.

Michigan Wolverines vs. Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Live Blog

The 2016 Michigan Wolverines football season kicks off at 12 p.m. ET., as the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors come to the Big House in Ann Arbor. Follow along all game long for play-by-play analysis, highlights, reactions and much more. Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

Heroic Woman In Iconic Photo From A Klan Rally Shares Disturbing Update 20 Years Later

In 1996, the Ku Klux Klan announced its plans to hold a rally in Keshia Thomas’ hometown of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Like many who were staunchly against the white supremacist group, 18-year-old Keshia joined other anti-KKK protestors that day in what was intended to be a peaceful demonstration against the Klan’s hatred. Show More Summary

Telemedicine could improve eye exam access for people with diabetes

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Electronic eye exams could become popular in the U.S. among patients who see them as an easy way to visit the eye doctor. After a nationwide telemedicine diabetic screening program in England and Wales, for example,...Show More Summary

Study: Biofuels increase, rather than decrease, heat-trapping carbon dioxide emissions

ANN ARBOR -- A new study from University of Michigan researchers challenges the widely held assumption that biofuels such as ethanol and biodiesel are inherently carbon neutral. Contrary to popular belief, the heat-trapping carbon dioxide...Show More Summary

Is a messed-up microbiome linked to obesity? New U-M study casts doubt

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- For people with weight problems, news headlines in recent years may have brought relief, as researchers studying the microscopic creatures inside our bodies reported possible links between obesity and an out-of-whack...Show More Summary

9 Olympic Medalists Share Their Workout Music

In early 2008, Michael Phelps bought a laptop. The Apple Store in Ann Arbor, Michigan, threw in a choice of free bonus: iPod or printer. “I never print anything,” the American swimmer who is now the most decorated Olympian of all time...Show More Summary

Low-income kids less likely to receive strabismus diagnoses

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Children are less likely to be diagnosed with crossed eyes, a condition known as strabismus, if they live in poor communities, according to an analysis led by researchers at the University of Michigan's Kellogg Eye...Show More Summary

Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh fires back at sports talk host Jim Rome after on-air criticism

Jim Harbaugh isn't going to take criticism from Jim Rome quietly After a Tuesday morning radio rant in which Rome called Harbaugh "miserable" and said " he's not going to last long" in Ann Arbor, the second-year Michigan football coach took to Twitter to put the longtime sports talk show host in...

Racial inequity, violence climb list of child health concerns for black adults

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -Black adults rate school violence and racial inequities higher on their list of children's health concerns than other groups, a new national poll says. Among black adults, 61 percent believe racial inequities are "a...Show More Summary

TheRide to Provide More Service Improvements on August 28

After introducing the biggest expansion of bus service in the greater Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti area since 1979 this past May, the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide) will be implementing even more service improvements starting August 28.

Study: Some black teens may feel pulled between health and hair

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - As a childhood obesity expert and black woman, Susan Woolford, M.D., MPH, knows that some girls and women in the black community feel as if they have to choose between their health and their hair. Gym class, school sports and other exercise routines bring important health benefits. Show More Summary

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