Despite no connection, Ypsilanti’s Pho House harassed after man accused of shooting boy

He does not own it and has not worked there in years, the owner says.

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Michigan boy diagnosed with rare neurological disorder that only affects 300 people worldwide

There’s no cure and no treatment, but parents Kassondra and William Lambert of Pinckney hope to raise awareness of a rare neurological disorder their son was recently diagnosed with.

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After 43 years, DNA test provides new information in 1978 Jackson County cold case homicide

After 43 years, researchers now have new information about a person found dead inside a garbage bag in the Waterloo State Recreation Area in 1978.

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‘I hear the gunshots, I smell the gunpowder.’ Adding 3 police officers sparks debate in Ypsilanti

Ypsilanti City Council’s recent decision to add three more police officers sparked a lengthy debate at its regular meeting Tuesday, June 1.

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Keeping kids safe motivates Ann Arbor mom in fight against gun violence

Celeste Kanpurwala got interested in gun safety advocacy after becoming a mother. She now pushes for regulations she feels will keep her community and the nation safer.

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Ann Arbor police discuss hate groups, budget and officer training with residents

Members of the Ann Arbor Police Department, including Chief Michael Cox, talked with residents about several issues including hate groups, the department’s budget and officer training.

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COVID pushed this Ann Arbor woman to close daycare after 35 years

Suzanne Price had been planning to retire and possibly turn her daycare over to someone else, but challenges brought on by COVID-19 have pushed her to shutter her business after 35 years.

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