The U.S. and Canada are working to restore populations of a prehistoric fish in the Great Lakes that was nearly wiped out. We went out with a crew of researchers to see what they're doing to bring the sturgeon back.
Michigan women have been stepping up to serve our country for generations, and it's time they get the respect and recognition they earned," Whitmer was quoted as saying in a press release about the declaration.
But there are extra challenges involved when that diagnosis happens for a teen or young adult. While their friends are getting ready for the prom or for college, they will be going through treatment and having tough conversations with family and doctors.
The Cheers! team received a request from a listener. Bruce Schermerhorn asked whether Tammy Coxen with Tammy’s Tastings could come up with a cocktail using something from Faygo that would be nice for sipping while on his pontoon boat this summer.
Detroit may be the city that put the world on wheels, but a new effort launching in the Midtown district might add apparel to Detroit's manufacturing resume. It's called the Industrial Sewing and Innovation Center (ISAIC), and it's opening on
Some of jazz's most iconic musicians have graced the stage at the Blue Bird Inn on Detroit's West Side. But the once popular bar at 5021 Tireman has stood empty for more than a decade. Now, there's an effort to restore the historic venue for a
When U of M men's basketball coach John Beilein announced he was leaving Ann Arbor for the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers, I was as shocked as anyone. But once the dust settled, Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel had to make the most important dec
This week marks the fifth annual Leopold Festival, an event that takes place on the Les Cheneaux Islands in honor of Aldo Leopold, one of the founders of wildlife ecology and a dedicated conservationist.
High-quality early childhood education can have benefits that extend generations. That's according to some of the latest research on the Perry Preschool Project. The study took place in Ypsilanti in the 1960s,
On a recent Saturday morning I sat down at my sewing machine. Normally I like to sew clothes, but lately I've been making cloth masks. I tapped into my mom’s seemingly endless supply of fabric and so far I’ve made about 30 for family and friends.