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Ann Arbor's "Tree Town" nickname stems from the dense forestation of its parks and residential areas. University of Michigan shapes Ann Arbor's economy significantly as it employs about 30,000 workers, including about 12,000 in the medical center. The city's economy is also centered on high technology, with several companies drawn to the area by the university's research and development money, and by its graduates.

Population: 114386
Local Newspapers: The Ann Arbor News
Local Sports Teams: Michigan Wolverines
Local Colleges: University of Michigan Concordia University Cleary University

Zip Codes associated with ann arbor, michigan: 48103 48104 48105 48108
Towns/Cities near ann arbor, michigan : Barton Hills Eberwhite Dicken Ypsilanti Superior Dexter Saline Belleville

Ann Arbor News
Tow truck driver allegedly steals comatose woman's credit card after Romulus crash, spends her money

A tow truck driver who removed a woman's vehicle from a crash scene is facing two felony charges after he allegedly stole the comatose woman's bank card from her purse and made charges on her checking account. The accident occurred May 13, 2017.

State wants to help marijuana businesses find an alternative to banks

The state is looking for ways to help medical marijuana businesses that are having trouble finding a bank or a credit union. Rick Johnson chairs the state medical marijuana licensing board.

Sunday Puzzle: Let's Play Ball

On-air challenge: Every answer today is the name of a major-league baseball team. You tell me what they are from their anagrams.

Take a final tour of the Michigan Union before it closes for 20 months

Make your way through the east entrance of the Michigan Union just before 8 a.m. on a Monday morning and you might see hundreds of prospective students waiting to take a tour of the iconic building. With 9,000 visitors per day, the nearly 100-year-old landmark and mainstay in the heart of the University of Michigan's Central Campus doesn't take days off.

Secret mission: A child

The boy is 3 years old. He lives with a 40-year-old woman who is not his biological mother.

Recap

ANN ARBOR, Mich. No. 14 Michigan used five hits and early offense to secure a 6-0 win over Maryland in the series opener Friday evening.

Judge won't make the state resume bottled water distribution in Flint

A federal judge won't force the state to immediately resume giving out bottled water to Flint residents affected by the city's lead-tainted tap water crisis. The decision Friday concerns the case of Flint resident Allen Bryant Jr. A recently filed lawsuit says that Bryant and other residents still have dangerous levels of lead in their tap water.

Young artist to attend arts camp

Ian Stewart, 15, of Ann Arbor, Mich., has been accepted and will attend Interlochen Arts Camp, the world's premier summer arts program for aspiring artists in the third through 12th grades. Stewart, the grandson of Dr. Wayne and Saundra Wheeler of Portsmouth, will study bassoon at the camp.

Self-driving electric shuttle buses to begin at University of Michigan

Mcity launched a driverless shuttle service on the University of Michigana TMs North Campus in Ann Arbor, Mich. The electric shuttles are made by French startup Navya.

Man Who Led 20-Mile Police Chase Gets 90 Days In Jail

Sentencing has been handed down to a man who led a police chase from Pinckney to Ann Arbor. 25-year-old Justin Todd Thomas of Ypsilanti was sentenced by Livingston County Circuit Court Judge Michael P. Hatty Thursday to 90 days in jail with a credit of three days served and three years of probation.

Police offer $500 reward for help finding suspect in series of home invasions

Authorities are offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect involved in a series of home invasions in Ann Arbor. A single male intruder is believed to have been involved in four home invasions that took place April 5, April 6 and April 13. Three home invasions on the night of April 5 and morning of April 6 occurred in the 1200 block of Patricia Avenue, 400 block of South Seventh Street and the area of Newport Road and Miller Avenue, police said.

Michigan high schoolers join national school walkout against gun violence

Ann Arbor Community High students Suephia Saam and Catherine Nicoli protest gun violence in schools in front of City Hall. Michigan high school students participated in a nationwide school walkout to protest gun violence on the nineteenth anniversary of the Columbine school shooting Friday.

Strangers attempt entry at Ann Arbor school

An Ann Arbor high school was on lockdown due to reports of two strangers who attempted to enter the school. At around 10:30 a.m. Friday morning, police say two people, who were not students, attempted to enter Community High School and were turned away by a school staff member.

Lord Huron comes home to Michigan and debuts 'Vide Noir'

Lord Huron, a band with deep roots in Michigan, releases its latest album "Vide Noir" on April 20, 2018. The same night it performs a sold out show at 20 Monroe Live.

'Knockerball' is coming to Saline - here's what it is and when it opens

The city of Saline is trading its vacant Blockbuster Video property for a "knockerball" facility, where people wear inflatable spheres to play field games and crash into each other. Known as knockerballs or bubble balls, the large plastic encasings are the latest entertainment craze to hit the country and the focus of Jason Carpenter's business set to open in Saline this summer.

Celebration 2018 at Paisley Park for Prince

Today is the first day of Celebration 2018 at Paisley Park where Prince fans from around the world gathered for tours, live music and panel discussions inside. Gallery: Victoria Hover, of Ann Arbor, Mich., become emotional as she found a framed letter she hung on the memorial fence during last year's visit to Paisley Park still hanging today.

Theatre Nova Extends the Devil's Music Through April 29

Theatre NOVA, Ann Arbor's professional theatre with an exclusive focus on new plays and playwrights, is thrilled to announce an extension of its smash hit "The Devil's Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith " by Angelo Parra . The show was slated to run through April 22 but has been extended through April 29 due to full houses, glowing audience response, and critical acclaim.

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