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  1. Riverfront Conservancy CEO Mark Wallace is enthusiastic about attracting development to the riverfront. (Robin Buckson / The Detroit News)

    Crafting a new vision along the Detroit riverfront

    When Mark Wallace looks out along the Detroit riverfront, he doesn't only observe what it is now. He sees what it could be. On his second day as president and CEO of the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, Wallace seems at ease. Strolling around Rivard Plaza Tuesday afternoon, he possesses a sense of ownership that doesn’t just come from his title.

  1. Orr increases funds for City Council

    Orr (Paul Sancya / AP, file)Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr has increased funding this fiscal year for operation of Detroit City Council offices, allowing members to expand the size and pay of their staffs, even as their authority has been limited.

  2. Public's help sought in finding missing Detroit girl, 13

    Mychal Jackson (Detroit Police Department)Police are asking for the public's help in finding a 13-year-old girl who has been missing since early this morning.

  3. Preparation, discipline are Joe Lombardi's priorities as Lions' offensive coordinator

     (Daniel Mears / The Detroit News)Lombardi, who's in his first year as an NFL coordinator, brought the competitive concept from New Orleans, where he spent the past seven years as a Saints assistant, and it's just one way for him to relate to the players.

  4. Snyder wants FEMA to conduct flood damage assessment

    Gov. Rick Snyder chats with Royal Oak homeowner Cathy Cahaney on Aug. 15. (Clarence Tabb Jr / The Detroit News)Lansing — Gov. Rick Snyder wants the Federal Emergency Management Agency to conduct a preliminary damage assessment following the flooding that ravaged parts of Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties.

  1. Mark Dantonio: “I think that Malik is a guy that is probably going to play.” (Dale G. Young / Detroit News)

    Southfield's Malik McDowell in mix to play as MSU freshman

    McDowell, the 6-foot-6, 286-pound standout from Southfield, has drawn plenty of praise throughout camp and hasn't let a bizarre recruit journey affect his performance once on campus.

  1. Review: Ultraviolent 'Sin City' sequel is ultra-repetitive

    'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is ultra-stylized, ultraviolent and ultra-repetitive. It covers the same ground Robert Rodriguez's and Frank Miller's 'Sin City' did in 2005…

  1. House really all about the lives of its family

    It took some time before I drive past 1720 Dorchester. As often you tell yourself, 'It's just a house, it's just a house,' the emotional frame of reference does not easily …

  1. Rounding out this year's Woodward Dream Cruise

    Just a few things from here and there. So what's my assessment of this year's Woodward Dream Cruise?

  1. Tony Harrison, Anthony Barnes eager to show boxing not dead in Detroit
  2. Warren Mayor Fouts sues to stop Prop 1
  3. A coupe coup: The Cadillac ATS Coupe dazzles
  4. Court deal may take heat out of election

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