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  1. Jeremy Langford and the Spartans ran over Michigan on the way to the Big Ten championship. But would they have been selected for a four-team playoff? (Al Goldis / Associated Press)

    John Niyo

    What will new era in college football mean for Spartans, Wolverines?

    They live in a gated community now. But money doesn't always buy acceptance. And as college football enters a new era – out with the parochial, in with a playoff – there are plenty of questions yet to be answered.

  1. Agent: Doctor accused of Medicare fraud planned to buy $3M castle

    Farid Fata.A doctor accused of purposely misdiagnosing patients with cancer and reaping millions from Medicare was interested in spending some of the illicit cash on a $3 million castle overlooking a seaside resort area in Lebanon, according to an FBI agent.

  2. 120K still without power after storms hit Detroit area

    A state employee works to clear the drain in the westbound lanes of Interstate 94, near the Lodge exit on Tuesday after a brief storm left water standing on the highway. (Steve Perez / The Detroit News)Tuesday’s storms toppled trees, flooded area freeways and left up to 165,000 homes and businesses without electricity after 1 to 2 inches of rain drenched the area.

  3. GM's new manufacturing strategy helps Tennessee town rebound

    Cynthia Jackson assembles an engine block in the powertrain plant for the Chevy Equinox in Spring Hill, Tenn. There is lots of excitement and talk inside inside the plant, at the union hall and in town about GM's new investments and hope of more jobs to come. (Photos by Elizabeth Conley / The Detroit News)General Motors' Spring Hill complex is on a path that may lead to a doubled workforce and become a vision of GM's manufacturing future.

  4. Man arraigned in death of wife, whose body was found in abandoned house

    Alicia Fox.The husband of a woman whose body was found in an abandoned house on Detroit's east side June 9 was arraigned on murder charges this morning at 36th District Court.

  1. Michigan defensive end Frank Clark should be consistently disruptive. As a senior, he needs to be a leader. (John T. Greilick / Detroit News)

    Michigan needs to follow Michigan State's lead, and embrace defense

    There are schemes and slogans and all sorts of ways to piece together a winning season. But generally, there's one time-tested way to sustain it. Michigan State learned the hard way. Michigan is learning the same way.

  1. Illness that blinds, saps hearing bravely battled by child from Michigan

    NBC Nightly News correspondent Peter Alexander was sitting at the Diuble family kitchen table in Manchester a couple months ago watching 11-year-old Lilly's eyes 'dart around …

  1. Review: Conspiracies and gunfire drive 'November Man'

    Filled with efficient thrills, 'The November Man' is both more taut and tough than you'd expect from a late August spy action flick. Then again, it's produced by and stars …

  1. Fresh take on the familiar at Downtown Louie's Lounge

    Open since late April, Downtown Louie's Lounge might lure glances with its spiffy look, but once inside, patrons discover that it's not just a pretty face.

  1. Michigan revisits scene of disaster with upbeat attitude
  2. From the archives: Local scout still cherishes Derek Jeter pick
  3. Two family-run markets in Dearborn set table for good food done well
  4. '24' star Mary Lynn Rajskub brings her comedy act home to Royal Oak club
  1. Douglas McAuthur McCain (AP)

    U.S. official: American militant said killed in Syria

    An American man believed to have been killed in Syria was there to fight alongside an extremist militant group, most likely the Islamic State, a U.S. …

  1. Land proposes cutting 75 percent of federal gas tax

    Land (David Guralnick / Detroit News)

    Republican U.S. Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land proposed Tuesday taking away control of 75% of the 18.4-cents-a-gallon federal gas tax from Uncle …

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