Ypsi the Klown is back! Find out what Eastern Michigan University students and staff are saying about this clown’s mysterious return.
Washtenaw County has approved booster shots of the Pfizer vaccine for certain individuals.
Eastern Michigan University offers a plethora of events for students and alumni as they celebrate the 100th homecoming celebration.
Three armed robbers are still at large after robbing a Boost Mobile store in Ypsilanti and escaping from police.
Ever wondered what the Ypsilanti Unicorn Feed & Supply store is? Learn about what products they offer, and hear from the owner as she explains the idea behind her store.
Life on Eastern Michigan University’s campus is getting more exciting as GameAbove College of Engineering and Technology plans to bring advanced autonomous shuttles to campus this fall.
The Washtenaw County Prosecutor's Office announced the new Survivor-Driven Restorative Justice Program to give crime survivors more choices as to how they would like to proceed with their case.
A new Southern-inspired restaurant has opened in Depot Town, Ypsilanti.
The Black Lives Matter mural in Ypsilanti was defaced on Sept. 19 and tagged by a white supremacist group.
A shooting near Eastern Michigan University’s campus on Thursday resulted in the death of a 21-year-old man.
The City of Ypsilanti waives park rental fees for the Annual Domestic Violence Walk through an unanimous vote.
Eastern Michigan University students march across EMU’s campus on Thursday as they demand the removal of fraternities, especially those involved in recent sexual assault cases.
Ypsilanti’s Haab’s Restaurant is visited by Congresswoman Debbie Dingell and Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist to showcase the impact of the Restaurant Revitalization Fund.
More students are coming to Eastern Michigan University! Find out why.
Washtenaw County issues emergency order in response to COVID-19.
The Washtenaw Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s will be taking place later this year on Oct. 10, but the association is working hard now to spread awareness not only about the walk but also about the disease.
The fall 2021 semester has brought several new changes to COVID-19 protocols and campus life.
EMU’s new block tuition pricing model and reinstatement of online courses fees for the fall 2021 semester has sparked discussion across social media and prompted one student to start a petition.