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  1. David Price is a three-time AL All Star and won the AL Cy Young in 2012

    Bob Wojnowski

    Tigers pay price for 3 Cy Young winners in arms race

    The arms escalation reached stunning heights Thursday as the Tigers pulled off a trade that was ruthless, bold and unconventional.

  1. Chrysler's US sales rise 19.7%

    Chrysler Group LLC said Friday its U.S. sales for July rose 19.7 percent to 167,667, with each of its brands growing sales as it marked its best July since 2005.

  2. Dog owners face murder charges in Livonia jogger's death

    One of the two cane corsos that mauled to death jogger (Craig Sytsma)Prosecutors filed second-degree murder charges against the Metamora Township couple they say owned two dogs that fatally mauled a 46-year-old Livonia jogger.

  3. Lack of streetlights, people walking in streets faulted as Detroit traffic deaths spike

    A shortage of working streetlights, pedestrians walking in the street instead of using sidewalks and motorists texting while driving are largely responsible for a sharp increase in fatal and critical traffic accidents in Detroit, according to police.

  4. Jackson County candidate did 33 years for murder, says he has changed

    Tim O'Neill, 56, seen in 2007, was released from prison in 2009. (Michigan Department of Corrections)Tim O'Neill will be scrapping for votes Tuesday. His own mother wouldn't vote for him. More understandably, neither would the children of the man he killed.

  1. Detroit narratives don't tell real story

    A Michigan-born friend who lives in New York City now loves to remind me that few cities fascinate the Big Apple and its media more than Detroit, especially once its …

  1. Universities don't get a pass on transparency

    Public institutions that receive public money should conduct their business before the public. Period.

  1. Review: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' revitalizes the space Western

    'Guardians of the Galaxy' is the most successful space western since the first 'Star Wars' trilogy, an irreverent mix of mismatched characters, heavy-handed baddies and huge …

  1. Mich.'s biggest roundabout to ease traffic flow in Oakland
  2. Review: 'Magic in the Moonlight' needs more of the former
  3. Tigers' inconsistency makes it hard to tell what help they need
  4. Gov's race shouldn't be this close
  1. Creditor groups ask federal court to delay action on Detroit bankruptcy appeals

    Five major Detroit creditor groups representing pensioners joined the city and State of Michigan on Thursday in asking a federal court to delay action on appeals or risk jeopardizing the bankruptcy 'grand bargain.'

  1. Legal troubles cloud campaign for 1st District House seat

    Banks

    State Rep. Brian Banks hopes Democratic primary voters in the 1st House District will overlook his past and ongoing legal troubles and reward him for …

  1. Fiat says ciao to Italy as merger with Chrysler ends era

    Fiat SpA, Italy's largest manufacturer and a symbol of the country's struggle to adapt to globalization, is leaving home after 115 years.

  1. Detroit narratives don't tell real story

    A Michigan-born friend who lives in New York City now loves to remind me that few cities fascinate the Big Apple and its media more than Detroit, especially once its dysfunction became the epicenter of American bankruptcy.

  1. 27 Palestinians killed as Gaza truce unravels

    A Palestinian inspects a destroyed house in the heavily bombed Gaza City neighborhood of Shijaiyah, close to the Israeli border Aug. 1, 2014. A three-day Gaza cease-fire that began Friday quickly unraveled, with Israel and Hamas accusing each other of violating the truce as seceral Palestinians were killed in a heavy exchange of fire in the southern town of Rafah. (Dusan Vranic / AP)

    A Palestinian official says Israeli shelling has killed at least 27 Palestinians in southern Gaza as an Israel-Hamas truce unraveled less hours after …

  1. Universities don't get a pass on transparency

    The University of Michigan's Board of Regents should be subject to the same laws as any other government board. (David Guralnick / The Detroit News)

    Public institutions that receive public money should conduct their business before the public. Period.


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