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  1. Joey 'Shaggy 2 Dope' Utsler, left, and Joe 'Violent J' Bruce inside their Milford studio. (David Guralnick / Detroit News)

    Insane Clown Posse attempts to change image after FBI probe

    These are transitional times for the grease-painted duo, whose circus of a career stretches 20-plus years. Feeling the pinch of depleted record sales, the group has undergone a reorganization of its business, recently cutting two-thirds of its staff at its Farmington Hills-based record company, Psychopathic Records. 'We're trying to turn over a fresh leaf, man,' says Joseph 'Violent J' Bruce, his voice a mix of weariness and optimism. 'Hopefully some freshness comes out of it.'

  1. Detroit's General Retirement System could vote today on bankruptcy deal

    Detroit's General Retirement System could vote as early as Wednesday on endorsing a bankruptcy settlement that would mean smaller cuts for pensioners and the elimination of an annual cost-of-living adjustment. (David Coates / The Detroit News)The city's General Retirement System could vote as early as today on endorsing a bankruptcy settlement that would mean smaller cuts for pensioners and the elimination of an annual cost-of-living adjustment.

  2. Detroit, feds talk up to $100M for blight funding

    Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr Orr has proposed spending $500 million over 10 years to combat the city's tens of thousands of abandoned buildings and blighted structures. (Robin Buckson / The Detroit News)The White House and the city are in talks in recent days to free up to $100M in federal blight funding that could indirectly soften the blow of pension fund cuts and other financial issues.

  3. GM to ask bankruptcy court for lawsuit protection

    Mary Barra, right, CEO of General Motors, and Mark Reuss, executive vice president of global product development for GM and president of GM America, at the New York International Auto Show on Tuesday. (Mark Lennihan / AP)GM wants a federal bankruptcy judge to bar lawsuits related to conduct before its 2009 bankruptcy restructuring.

  4. Toyota unveils 2015 Camry with 'athletic' exterior

    2015 Camry (Toyota)Toyota Motor Corp. is giving the best-selling car in the United States a mid-cycle upgrade and complete exterior redesign.

  1. Chapter 9 turns page in Detroit, but remains far from closed

    Confirmation Tuesday that leaders of Detroit's retired police and firefighters will accept the city's latest offer on their claim highlighted by no cuts to pensions and …

  1. Mother of autistic toddler finds neighborhood support as she works on early treatment

    Two weeks ago, Katey Meisner of Highland went door to door handing out blue light bulbs and asking her neighbors to light up their front porch in honor of the annual United …

  1. After 65 years of serving food, Sindbad's knows what works

    The Detroit River space has a straightforward American menu, a friendly welcome and the kind of comfortably unpretentious atmosphere that comes with a family-run restaurant.

  1. Emotions run high as Detroit-area runner preps for Boston Marathon
  2. Trouble rearing ugly head for first-place Tigers
  3. Tigers through 10: Aces are least of team's worries
  4. Piston Chauncey Billups practices for front office
  1. Special Mustang marks 50th anniversary

    The Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition will be available in the fall. It will come in only two colors  Wimbledon White or Kona Blue  but with nearly every available option. (Ford Motor Co.)

    The Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition, modeled on the Mustang GT fastback, will be limited to 1,964 and will come with nearly every available option.

  1. $4M fund to provide litter clean-up, landscaping in Detroit's central business district

    A majority of downtown Detroit property owners have agreed to create a $4 million annual fund to provide supplemental litter clean up, landscaping improvements and new 'hospitality ambassadors' in the central business district.

  1. 283 missing, 4 dead in South Korea ferry disaster

    South Korean rescue team boats and fishing boats try to rescue passengers of a ferry sinking off South Korea's southern coast, in the water off the southern coast near Jindo, south of Seoul, April 16, 2014. Nearly 300 people were still missing Wednesday several hours after a ferry carrying 459, most of them high school students, sank in cold waters off South Korea's southern coast. (AP)

    A multi-story ferry carrying 462 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea's southern coast …


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