A University of Michigan official tells FOX 2 what the school will do next as the provost is put on leave due to sexual misconduct allegations.
University of Michigan Provost Martin A. Philbert has been put on administrative leave while he's under investigation for sexual misconduct.
A fitness community in Ann Arbor is mourning the loss of 33-year-old Anthony Kelley, who died in a crash Wednesday on his way into work at Red Effect Fitness.
Police say the suspect was last seen wearing a grey jacket and a camouflage mask.
Early Sunday morning around 2:30 a.m. a male suspect entered the BTB Burrito at 810 S. State St and robbed the restaurant at gunpoint.
A member of the Beth Israel Congregation in Ann Arbor is suing the city and anti-Israel protesters over 16 years of protests, arguing they have been uniquely provocative and that some restrictions on them would not violate free-speech protections.
A Michigan state representative was arrested on suspected drunken driving Thursday night. She is being held at the Oakland County Sheriff's office.
With it legal to smoke and now legal to purchase, gifting cannabis as a Christmas gift might not be the worst decision for anyone looking for a last-minute present idea.
Traffic headed south on US 23 is at a complete stop after a crash between a car and a semi-truck Monday morning just south of I-96.
The Ann Arbor Police Department created a Special Victim's Unit to help survivors of sexual assault and domestic abuse.
Abraham Navarrete-Morales was facing a decision that could force him to leave the United States while his kidneys were failing him. However, he's been granted a reprieve. It's uncertain how long it will last, however.
People braved the cold and standing outside for hours in line at Exclusive Ann Arbor to buy recreational use cannabis legally.
Adult-use pot dispensaries reaped a hefty total following the state's first day open for business. Confirmed by a spokesman with the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, recreational marijuana sales totaled $221,000 on Sunday.
On the first day of legal recreational marijuana in Michigan, the line was so long outside one store - Exclusive Ann Arbor - that many were told they would have to come back Monday.
With the metaphorical flip of a switch Sunday morning, businesses with a recreational pot license officially opened for business. At 10 a.m., a proposal that was first approved by voters via ballot measure in 2018 finally concluded its long process toward regulated sales in Michigan. Don't expect to see recreational businesses dot the Michigan landscape though.
Greenstone Provisions is one of three dispensaries in Ann Arbor that will be selling recreational use marijuana Sunday morning and the lines will be long.
Bill Lucas, an assistant professor at the University of Michigan has embarked on a mission to absorb the sights, sounds, and smells of every lighthouse in Michigan and turn them into songs. By immersing himself in the environment that surrounds each structure, he hopes to transmit all of the tangibles and intangibles that come with these fabled structures into musical tributes.
The Spartans and Wolverines face off on the football field this Saturday and you can watch it, here on FOX 2 at noon.
It's been a difficult month for Sarah Jones, whose son was pronounced brain dead after an asthma attack at the end of September left him without cognitive activity. While Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor made the recommendation to take Bobby Reyes off of life support, his mother has been fighting to keep him alive. She's currently looking for a second opinion and another hospital that could take Reyes.
The University of Michigan has been selected to host a presidential debate in 2020.