As we move towards a more sustainable energy and transportation future, one of the methodologies is an increased focus on hydrogen. The University of Michigan has created a hydrogen roadmap meant to help the state's response to new funding opportunities because of Michigan's climate action plan. WEMU's David Fair takes a look at what that means now and moving forward with the director for the Center of Sustainable Studies in the U-M's School for Environment and Sustainability, Greg Keoleian.
New buildings in Ann Arbor will not be allowed to install natural gas connections. That’s if a proposal from the city’s planning commission is approved. WEMU’s Josh Hakala reports.
Michigan lawmakers questioned state Department of Corrections officials Tuesday over persistent problems at the state’s only women’s prison. Colin Jackson has more.
The Legislature is heading into the “lame duck” session that’s expected to wrap up in the next couple of weeks. We have more from Rick Pluta.
The Washtenaw County Health Department is launching a new program to help residents without health insurance get treated for COVID-19. WEMU’s Taylor Pinson has more.
Washtenaw County hasn’t been hit with much snow this winter … yet! So, in order to be prepared, the county road commission is in need of snowplow operators. WEMU’s Josh Hakala reports.
If you’ve been around downtown Ann Arbor in recent weeks, you’ve seen a little more green on the streets. Those are the green bike lanes that aim to improve safety between vehicles and bicycles. WEMU’s Josh Hakala reports.
Officials tracking homelessness in Washtenaw County are noticing a significant increase in people seeking emergency shelter - and wondering if it’s tied to an increase in evictions. WEMU’s Cathy Shafran explains.
With the United States set to battle Iran in the World Cup this afternoon, WEMU’s Josh Hakala went searching for the answer to an important debate: Is it soccer, or is it football? And he found the answer in Ann Arbor.
The bipartisan Michigan Board of State Canvassers has certified the results of the statewide November elections. We have more from Rick Pluta.
- FDA reviews work of Ann Arbor doctor, who found false oxygen readings with Black patients
- Michigan reports a large drop in COVID-19 cases, but a doubling of deaths
- Hope Clinic in Ypsilanti experiencing higher holiday demand for food assistance
- Mott Children's Hospital full with RSV patients
- Teresa Gillotti stepping down as head of Washtenaw County's OCED
- Washtenaw County motorists see a big jump in gas prices on their way to the polls
- Ann Arbor area residents behind on their water bills can get help
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