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  1. L'Tonya Ford of Detroit gives a tour of her residence, Martin Luther King Apartments. Statistics support residents' assertions that the sprawling 481-unit complex at Lafayette and Chene complex feels safer. (Clarence Tabb Jr / The Detroit News)

    Increased police attention at Detroit complex sends crime rates down

    The entrance to the Martin Luther King Apartments, once a popular spot for drug dealers, is quiet on a hot summer afternoon. Residents say it's the new reality in the formerly crime-ridden complex. 'It feels a lot safer than it used to,' said 33-year-old Shayla Parker, who enjoyed a recent sunny day sitting outside her unit with her 1-year-old son, Dalen. 'It's nice that the kids don't have to walk past all the dope dealers anymore.'

  1. Conflicting health care law rulings could impact thousands in Michigan

    President Barack Obama (J. Scott Applewhite / AP)Conflicting rulings from two federal appeals cast doubt Tuesday over the future of President Barack Obama's health care law, especially for for many low- and middle-income people who bought policies, including more than 270,000 people in Michigan.

  2. Airlines scrap Israel flights over missile fears

    A passenger walks past a Delta Airlines 747 aircraft in McNamara Terminal at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport. Delta Air Lines on July 22, 2014 canceled all flights to Israel until further notice, citing reports that a rocket landed near Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport. (Paul Sancya / AP)In a sign of increased caution about flying near combat zones, several U.S. and European airlines halted flights to Israel today after a rocket landed near Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport.

  3. GM could add 1,750 jobs, invest $800M in Michigan with tax credit

    Since 2009, GM has invested up to $2.8 billion in Michigan. (Getty Images)GM says it could create up to 1,750 new jobs and up to $800M in new investment in Michigan as the Michigan Strategic Fund today approved an amendment of the automaker's global state tax credit.

  4. Tony Dungy explains context, timing of interview about Michael Sam

    Tony Dungy: 'I wish Michael Sam nothing but the best in his quest to become a star in the NFL and I am confident he will get the opportunity to show what he can do on the field.' (David Duprey / Associated Press)On Tuesday, Dungy, a native of Jackson, Michigan, sought to bring clarification to his comments, including the full context and timing of his interview.

  1. From left, DeAndre Levy, rookie Kyle Van Noy, and Stephen Tulloch will play key roles in the Lions' linebacker corps. (Illustration by Tony Augusty / Detroit News and wi)

    Lions training camp position previews: Linebackers

    With defensive coordinator Teryl Austin taking over, the Lions will be much more aggressive, and that likely means the linebackers will blitz much more than the past few seasons.

  1. Berman: Michigan Roundtable leader a CEO with kumbaya in him

    Steve Spreitzer is not a cynic or a screamer. He believes we can overcome. He believes we can all get along — and perhaps one day will.

  1. Hard to say if J.D. Martinez's season with Tigers is a fluke or the real deal

    When any player seemingly comes out of nowhere and finds a fair amount of success, you're left wondering just how long he can keep it up and when he might turn back into a …

  1. Ilitch must bolster Tigers bullpen to make good on promise

    It's unclear if Ilitch stuck around for the ninth inning, because a man who loves to build knows how hard it is to finish. The bullpen did it this time, with Joba Chamberlain …

  1. I spy, you spy
  2. Keith Urban closes out Saturday's Faster Horses in megastar fashion
  3. Parts are not parts, after all
  4. Tiger Stadium fades further into history as Comerica Park builds memories
  1. Thirst for U.S. craft beer grows overseas

    Stone Brewing Co. CEO and Co-founder Greg Koch, center, after announcing Saturday the plan to build a brewery and bistro in Berlin. (Frederik Ferschke / AP)

    Helping to quench a growing thirst for American craft beer overseas, some of the United States' largest craft breweries are setting up shop in Europe…

  1. Crash victims' remains reach Ukraine-held city

    Railway workers stand near a refrigerated train loaded with bodies of the passengers of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 at Kharkiv railway station, Ukraine, July 22, 2014. The train carrying the remains of people killed in the Malaysia Airlines crash arrived in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Tuesday on their way to the Netherlands, a journey which has been agonizingly slow for relatives of the victims. (Sergei Chuzavkov / AP)

    The remains of the victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash arrived in territory held by the Ukrainian government today on their way to the Netherlands…

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    Road funding a key issue for Oakland Dems in state House primary

    A licensed medical marijuana caregiver, an investment adviser, an attorney, a union leader and an insurance agent are the Democrats competing for an …

  1. PBS looks at the fascination with Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance

    Jimmy Hoffa was convicted of jury tampering in 1964, gave up his Teamster's presidency and started serving his sentence in 1967. (Rogers Photo Archive)

    Tuesday night, PBS' 'History Detectives: Special Investigations' premieres an episode that purports to 'solve' a case familiar to most Metro …

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