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  1. Priest, administrator indicted, accused of $700K theft from Troy parish

    A Catholic priest and a parish administrator were indicted and accused of stealing almost $700,000 from St. Thomas More Church in Troy and blowing the cash on a condominium and other expenses.

  2. Snyder cool to Bolger's call for Detroit unions to help shore up pensions

    Gov. Rick Snyder isn't embracing a top Republican lawmaker's demand that Detroit unions contribute money to help shore up pensions as part of the city's strategy for exiting bankruptcy.

  3. Surveillance photos released of suspects in Tappers robbery

    Witnesses said three suspects entered the store on Tuesday armed with handguns and a hammer and ordered everyone inside on the floor.

  4. Report: Lions' season-opener will be Monday night game at home vs. Giants

    Citing radio station WFAN-660, the New York Post is reporting the Lions will host the Giants and kick off the Monday Night Football schedule on Sept. 8.

  5. Eric Holder applauds dissent in Michigan affirmative action case

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder today praised the dissenting opinion in a Supreme Court ruling Tuesday that upheld the right of Michigan voters to bar affirmative action in public colleges and universities.

  6. Michigan's Taylor Lewan could go No. 2 in draft, Kiper says

    Former Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan is widely considered one of the 10 best players in the upcoming NFL draft, but most analysts rank him the third-best player at his position.

  7. Paternity leave for Datsyuk, Kronwall? Uh, no: 'They're not giving birth'

    Both Pavel Datsyuk and Niklas Kronwall didn't practice Wednesday, with Datsyuk celebrating the birth of a daughter, and Kronwall's family expecting the arrival of a new baby at any time.

  8. Election starts for Red Wings arena neighborhood advisory panel

    Detroit A community-based election is under way Wednesday to select 12 residents for an advisory committee established to weigh in on development associated with the new Red Wings hockey arena and a surrounding development district.

  9. Tigers expect to overcome front-office miscues covering for Jose Iglesias

    It was necessary to ask Dave Dombrowski during a Monday phone conversation about a player who no longer works for the Tigers. Steve Lombardozzi, specifically.

  10. Harper Woods woman accused of fatally hitting another woman with her car

    A 23-year-old Harper Woods woman is accused of fatally hitting another woman with her car Sunday night during an argument.

  11. Wings' Henrik Zetterberg feels good after practice, but will he play?

    There's a chance Red Wings star Henrik Zetterberg could return to the lineup when Detroit resumes its Eastern Conference playoff series against the Bruins on Thursday night.

  12. Grosse Pointe lawyer pleads guilty to embezzling $2.7M, laundering money

    Detroit A Grosse Pointe lawyer faces up to nine years in federal prison after pleading guilty Wednesday to embezzling more than $2.7 million and laundering money.

  13. Tigers' Max Scherzer on cover of this week's Sports Illustrated

    Scherzer's salary this year is $15.525 million. If he does not sign an extension before the end of the season he will become a free agent and will be able to sign with any team.

  14. Man convicted in strangling death of Grosse Pointe Park neighbor gets life, no parole

    Grosse Pointe Park A man convicted last month in the murder of his Grosse Pointe Park neighbor was sentenced to life in prison without parole Wednesday for the crime.

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

    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.

  16. Wednesday's Tigers lineup: Don Kelly in right for Torii Hunter

    The Tigers and White Sox play the third game of their four-game series on Wednesday night at Comerica Park. First pitch is scheduled for 7:08 p.m. (FSD/97.1-FM ...

  17. Demetrius Cooper ready to reward Spartans for their faith, loyalty

    The top programs in the nation were all starting to notice Alabama, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, and yes, Michigan State. Then early in his junior year, Cooper ...

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

    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 ...

  19. Lew will not bring new federal funds during Detroit visit

    Washington Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew will not bring any new federal money to Detroit when he visits the Motor City for two days starting Thursday, officials said.

  20. Michigan OL Graham Glasgow to be charged with drunk driving

    The offense was committed March 15 and Glasgow, who started every game last season, was suspended for a portion of spring practice by coach Brady Hoke.

    • 10:27 AM, Apr. 23, 2014
    • BUSINESS

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

    Now that The Joe is destined for the wrecking ball, the city faces the tough task of finding deep-pocket investors to develop what real estate analysts and ...

  21. Bruins rattle Red Wings by showing how they got to Stanley Cup Finals

    The Red Wings were blanked Tuesday night in Game 3 just like they were blanked last spring against the Ducks. And as the fans filed out of Joe Louis Arena, ...

  22. Detroit News, Free Press, DMP will occupy 6 floors in old Federal Reserve building

    Detroit The Detroit News, Free Press and Detroit Media Partnership plan to take up six floors in their proposed new home, the former Federal Reserve Bank at ...

    • 4:33 PM, Apr. 23, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Development company buys Birmingham's Palladium building

    Birmingham's Palladium building has a new owner.

  23. Legislation would speed up rape kit processing in Michigan

    Bipartisan legislation designed to speed up the processing of the kits used to store evidence from sexual assault victims was introduced Monday in Lansing.

    • 4:51 PM, Apr. 23, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • GENERAL MOTORS

    GM: Thousands of ignition repair kits sent to dealers

    JP Morgan said today it expects General Motors sales to rise slightly in April despite the ignition switch recall crisis. Meanwhile, thousands of ignition ...

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

    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 ...

    • 9:26 AM, Apr. 23, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Detroit nonprofit that funds startups through dinners may close

    Detroit Soup a nonprofit organization that holds monthly dinners to raise money for startups could soon shut down because of a lack of funding.

    • 11:08 PM, Apr. 22, 2014
    • SCHOOLS

    Michigan's college admissions fight far from over

    As the Supreme Court upheld Michigan's affirmative action ban Tuesday, the University of Michigan's incoming president pledged to make campus diversity a ...

  25. Lions RB Mikel Leshoure not practicing on second day of minicamp

    Running back Mikel Leshoure was not on the practice field during the short portion of the Lions' voluntary practice Wednesday that was open to the media. He ...

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