Outdoor First Fridays Ypsilanti events resume this week.
Ypsi Pride events will be held each Friday night in June.
If Michigan vaccinated 200,000 people a week, it would reach 70% coverage by July. But current estimates put the state's pace closer to mid-August.
Both 66-year-old Stephen Rohacs of Pinckney and 54-year-old Leonard Hershey from Detroit were killed in the accident.
Six free movie events will be held this summer in Ypsilanti.
Between 10 and 20% of those who are infected with COVID-19 experience long-term symptoms like brain fog and fatigue, yet scientists aren't sure why. Doctors at UofM are accepting patients to learn more.
Payment is again required at Ypsilanti parking meters after the city suspended it during a coin shortage last year.
Increased water levels have led to more dangerous currents on Washtenaw County bodies of water.
A diversion program in Washtenaw County will allow offenders to access treatment without pleading guilty to a crime.
A fight led to an attempted shooting in an Ypsilanti home.
If you think your neighbors are bad, at least they haven't built a wall out of poop near your house.
A teen with an airsoft gun that looked like a real weapon is accused of trying to rob people at the Pittsfield Township Meijer store.
The president said the school wouldn't mandate shots "at this time" but strongly encouraged everyone to get vaccinated. The requirement will go in effect in the fall.
The Washtenaw County Sheriff is searching for a suspect who dragged a pedestrian after asking the driver to slow down.
A caller pretending with the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office tricked three victims into sending gift cards.
A pedestrian is in critical condition at a local hospital after they were thrown from a truck they were hanging onto following an altercation with the driver.
One person was shot at Briarwood Mall in Ann Arbor.
An Eastern Michigan University program is helping students and recent grads land paid internships.
Authorities are seeking information about a crash that killed a mother Friday in Ypsilanti Township.
Health departments in Michigan have paused the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine as the FDA and CDC recommended a pause in administering the vaccine.