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  1. First place: 'Michigan Central Depot' by Julian Bibb of Detroit. 'This great Detroit landmark has a lot of detailed beauty waiting for restoration,' he writes.

    See the Celebrate Michigan photo contest winners

    The Detroit News asked for your photo submissions for our eighth annual Celebrate Michigan Photo Contest, and you responded with shots that reflected everything under the sun, and especially everything under the sunset.

  1. Better late than never as Tigers break through in ninth to beat the Indians

    Detroit Tigers' J.D. Martinez looks up after hitting a three-run home run off Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Cody Allen in the ninth inning. Steven Moya and Torii Hunter scored on the play. The Tigers won 4-2. (Tony Dejak / Associated Press)You kept thinking, 'They can't go on like this. The Tigers are going to make the most of a scoring chance sooner or later.' It turned out to be a last-chance later.

  2. Low-cost carriers could lift Detroit Metro airport

    Metro Detroit Airport serves 32 million passengers a year, down from 36.4 million in '05. (Saul Loeb / Getty Images)Passenger traffic has been flat at Detroit Metropolitan Airport for several years, but at least 10 new nonstop routes offered by low-cost airlines with more possibly headed for the skies could break that trend.

  3. Lions QB Matthew Stafford, coach Jim Caldwell share one mission: Win now

    The onus is on Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, right, and new coach Jim Caldwell, left, to shoulder the team's burdens and deliver a successful season. (Daniel Mears / Detroit News)It's a new day for Caldwell, and Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, too. The Lions hired Caldwell in part because of his decade of experience working with Peyton Manning in Indianapolis. If Caldwell can improve Stafford's game, the team's potential will grow exponentially.

  4. State investigates EAA enrollment letters to Oakland County families

    State education officials are investigating why the Education Achievement Authority sent letters to families in Oakland County stating their child was 'selected' to be enrolled in an EAA school in Detroit.

  1. Aahar thrives by offering a wide variety of Indian fare

    Although Aahar serves dinner from an extensive menu, it is the appealing lunchtime buffet, served every day except Tuesday, that attracts a lot of attention.

  1. Devin Gardner ready to tackle pressure of leading Michigan offense

    This Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry game was Gardner's coming-out party a year ago, an electric peformance under the lights — 376 yards of total offense and five touchdowns. But …

  1. MSU president Simon: 'We're making progress'

    The dean of Big Ten university presidents is showing no signs of slowing down, stepping aside or coasting.

  1. Neal Rubin: Mark Ridley gets serious about his heart attack
  2. Tigers hurting without Jose Iglesias and his magic mitt
  3. O'Connor: Put the brakes on auto insurers' unfair practices
  4. A New Orleans model for Detroit?
  1. How to protect your data in the cloud

    Apple confirmed Tuesday that some celebrity accounts were compromised by a targeted attack on usernames, passwords and security questions although it said there was no general breach in any of its systems, such as the iCloud storage service, represented by the icon above., it appears hackers were able to gain access to individual accounts simply by figuring out passwords and answers to security questions.ARCHIV - Das Logo des Apple-Onlinespeichers i-Cloud ist auf einem i-Phone zu sehen, aufgenommen am 23.08.2012 in Berlin. Ein Hacker hat Dutzende Bilder von weiblichen Prominenten ins Netz gestellt. Nach Einschätzung von US-Behörden könnte es sich um den größten Hacker-Angriff auf Prominente aller Zeiten handeln. Wer im aktuellen Fall der Hacker ist, war zunächst noch völlig unklar. In Internetforen hieß es, die Täter hätten angeblich über das iCloud-Speichersystem von Apple auf die Bilder auf den Smartphones der Stars zugegriffen. Apple kommentierte dies auf Anfrage nicht. Photo by: Sebastian Kahnert/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images (Sebastian Kahnert / AP)

    The circulation of nude photographs stolen from celebrities' online accounts has raised questions about the security of storing information over the …

  1. Chrysler gaining ground on rivals

    The Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk, above, at Chrysler Group world headquarters in Auburn Hills was redesigned with an edgy look that has attracted attention and buyers. (Carlos Osorio / AP)

    Stan Glaser's driveway used to be filled with Toyotas. Yet when it came time to trade in his old Toyota truck, he shifted loyalties to Chrysler Group …

  1. Editorial: Find consensus to end bankruptcy trial

    Detroit's bankruptcy trial began Tuesday. (Courtroom illustration)

    It is in the best interest of the city, pensioners, and creditors to see that the so-called 'grand bargain' — the $816 million plan to lessen pension …

  1. Aahar thrives by offering a wide variety of Indian fare

    Chicken dum biryani is one of the many dishes from southern India on the menu. (Max Ortiz / The Detroit News)

    Although Aahar serves dinner from an extensive menu, it is the appealing lunchtime buffet, served every day except Tuesday, that attracts a lot of …

  1. Study links shrinking sea ice, extreme winters

    This Jan. 10, 2014 file photo shows the U.S. side of Niagara Falls in New York beginning to thaw after the recent 'polar vortex' that affected millions in the U.S. and Canada. (Nick LoVerde / AP)

    Washington — Remember the polar vortex, the huge mass of Arctic air that can plunge much of the U.S. into the deep freeze? You might have to get used to it.


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