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Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority Board Considering Former Washtenaw County Administrator Robert Guenzel as Interim CEO

Vote may come today to offer job as temporary replacement for departing CEO Michael G. Ford while AAATA continues search for new leader; decision on permanent successor not expected until 2015.

Michigan reportedly looks into Boston College, UConn athletic directors

Dave Brandon's days might be numbered in Ann Arbor. Michigan has gauged the interest of the athletic directors Warde Manuel from UConn Brad Bates from Boston College in applying for the athletic director job with the Wolverines, according to CoachingSearch.com. Show More Summary

Minnesota vs. Michigan final score: 3 things we learned from Gophers' 30-14 upset

The Little Brown Jug is going to Minneapolis, and the Wolverines' leadership is going to be looking for new work soon. Minnesota is 4-1 and 1-0 in the Big Ten after beating a Michigan team in Ann Arbor that was favored by double digits. Show More Summary

6 ways Michigan fans are reacting to this Minnesota game score

The Gophers are pounding Michigan in Ann Arbor right now. It's getting hard to keep up with the bad Michigan news. A terrible team and a broken fanbase have the material arriving quickly and furiously. The latest: trailing MinnesotaShow More Summary

Up to half of Earth’s water is older than the sun — and came here from space

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Much of the water on Earth — an estimated 30 to 50 percent — came from space and is actually older than the sun, says a team of scientists from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. New Scientist reported Friday that the discovery sheds light not only on how our planet and sun were...

Adorable Chalk Street Art Characters by David Zinn Featuring a Bright Green Monster and a Flying Pig

4 days agoOdd : Laughing Squid

Since 2001, artist David Zinn has been using chalk, charcoal, and found objects to populate the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan with adorable art characters. Many of his characters are recurring — frequent visitors to the streets include Sluggo, a bright green monster, and Philomena, a flying pig. Zinn has assembled his street art from […]

Beating stress outdoors? Nature group walks may improve mental health

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — They are common suggestions to remedy stress: You just need a breath of fresh air. Walk it off. Get out and see people. Turns out all those things combined may in fact make you feel better – a lot better – a new large scale study suggests. read more

Think the system for paying US doctors is rigged to favor surgeons? Study may surprise you

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A surprising new study pulls back the curtain on one of the most contentious issues in health care: differences in payment and income between physicians who perform operations, procedures or tests, and those who don't. Contrary...Show More Summary

Some concussion education more useful than others, parents say

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Many parents whose kids participate in athletics will be asked to sign a waiver about concussion education, but that's not enough to ensure parents are confident about handling the injury, according to a new University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health. read more

Michigan stadium floods, improves Wolverine defense

Everything is going wrong in Ann Arbor. For starters, the Wolverines are getting whooped by Utah: It's 26-10 during a weather delay. The Wolverines have thrown three picks and scored zero offensive touchdowns. And about that weather delay... Show More Summary

Kaelin Clay Scores Punt Return Touchdown Against Michigan, Strikes Heisman Pose

last weekSports : The Big Lead

Kaelin Clay, a senior wide reciever returned a punt 66-yards for a touchdown against Michigan, in Ann Arbor. After scoring, Clay struck (...)

Utah vs. Michigan: Live Score and Highlights

Michigan should have its hands full Saturday afternoon in Ann Arbor as upset-minded, high-scoring Utah invades The Big House. The Utes have had a week to regroup after blowing out Fresno State and Idaho State, which could serve to their...Show More Summary

Natural born killers: Chimpanzee violence is an evolutionary strategy

ANN ARBOR—Man's nearest relatives kill each other in order to eliminate rivals and gain better access to territory, mates, food or other resources—not because human activities have made them more aggressive. That is the conclusion of...Show More Summary

Muscular dystrophy: Repair the muscles, not the genetic defect

ANN ARBOR, Mich.---A potential way to treat muscular dystrophy directly targets muscle repair instead of the underlying genetic defect that usually leads to the disease. Muscular dystrophies are a group of muscle diseases characterized by skeletal muscle wasting and weakness. Show More Summary

1 in 5 men reports violence toward intimate partners

ANN ARBOR, Mich. —One in five men in the U.S. reports violence towards their spouse or significant other, says a new nationally-representative study by the University of Michigan. The analysis also found that male aggression toward a...Show More Summary

Miami (OH) vs. Michigan: Game Grades, Analysis for the Wolverines

Michigan didn't bring its A-game Saturday, but it had enough to down Miami (Ohio), the Mid-American Conference's winningest program, 34-10, at The Big House in Ann Arbor. Derrick Green had 22 carries for a team-high 137 yards and two touchdowns. Show More Summary

Would 9 wins be enough to keep Michigan recruiting machine humming?

Can Brady Hoke recover from the blowout loss at Notre Dame to deliver another top recruiting class? Does it matter? Brady Hoke's career in Ann Arbor started off swimmingly. Hoke is the quintessential "Michigan Man," and he brought with him mantras about doing things the right way, playing to Michigan's standards, and playing with toughness and power. Show More Summary

Primary care doctors reluctant to provide genetics assessment in routine care

Ann Arbor, Mich. — Primary care providers report many challenges to integrating genetics services into routine primary care, according to research published today in Genetics in Medicine. read more

Ann Arbor Schools Bargains Over ‘Prohibited Subject’

By Tom Gantert, Michigan Capitol Confidential Ann Arbor Public Schools three months ago negotiated a tentative agreement with its teachers union to provide “merit pay” of just $150 annually to educators who receive a “highly effective” rating.

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