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  1. Experts say once Joe Louis Arena is demolished, the site will be a tough sell. While close to the Detroit River, it's isolated from the city. (David Coates / The Detroit News)

    After Joe Louis Arena, Detroit riverfront site's future up in air

    Now that the Joe Louis Arena is destined for the wrecking ball, the city of Detroit faces the tough task of finding deep-pocket investors to develop what real estate analysts and urban planners say is a problematic riverfront property. The city needs to find a new use for the riverfront land, or Detroit taxpayers will get stuck with an estimated $6 million bill for demolition of The Joe.

  1. Affirmative action ruling jeopardizes Michigan's progress against inequality

    David Tarver (Meghan Lafferty / Courtesy David Tarver) Tuesday's Supreme Court decision preserves this stingy status quo. It affirms the right of the people of Michigan to close doors that once swung open.

  2. Analyst: No impact on GM sales from ignition recall

    General Motors ignition assembly parts at the GM Customer Care & Aftersales Plant in Burton, Michigan. (John F Martin / General Motors)JP Morgan said today that it expects General Motors sales to rise slightly in April, and says it doesn't think they have been impacted by the ongoing ignition switch recall crisis.

  3. Red Wings not up to speed, look completely overmatched

    Wings coach Mike Babcock brings the team together for a chat during a timeout after the first Bruins goal in the first period. (Daniel Mears / Detroit News) This was stifling and humbling, a grizzled team stuffing its young foe back in place. The Bruins clamped down and the Red Wings reacted as if they'd wandered into the wrong rink.

  4. Tea party candidates file to challenge GOP incumbents, fill open seats

    Oak Park City Clerk T. Edwin Norris counts the pages of the petitionssubmitted by Debra Young , of the Safer Michigan Coalition and Andrew Cissell. (Clarence Tabb Jr / The Detroit News)The expansion of the Medicaid health care program for the poor was expected to spark a tea party revolt against GOP legislators who voted for the change last year.

  1. Children, faculty cope with accidental death of 9-year-old Canton student

    A devastated school community tries to help students cope with the accidental death of their schoolmate with input from an expert who says telling the truth, with minimum …

  1. Pupuseria y Restaurante Salvadoreno features filled pupusas, a national dish

    The titular pupusas — the national dish of El Salvador — are thick handmade corn tortillas that resemble pita bread more than they do Mexican tortillas, stuffed with 16 …

  1. Detroit to stop handing out 313 area code

    Beware: The 313 is coming to an end. Sort of. That's the area code, not the city. The city isn't disappearing any faster than usual. Also, 'coming to an end' is relative.

  1. Detroit crisis has spurred change; city doesn't need an 'overseer'
  2. Red Wings need to focus on what they do well to beat Bruins
  3. Rick Porcello's impact growing on Tigers' starry staff
  4. Tigers' bullpen might be better than first believed

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