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  1. Ex-Detroit cop accused of running $3M prescription drug ring

    Detroit A former Detroit police officer, who resigned from the force six years ago after extorting money from a gas station owner, is accused of masterminding a major prescription drug ring that operated in Ohio.

  2. Funeral set for Armada teen as authorities seek motorcycle details

    Funeral arrangements have been made for April Millsap, 14, the slain teen whose body was found last week in a wooded area.

  3. Orr gives control of Detroit's water department to mayor

    The city's emergency manager on Tuesday issued an order that ramps up Mayor Mike Duggan's responsibilities over the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department.

  4. Chef Craig Lieckfelt opening Guns & Butter in Detroit this summer

    You know Detroit's culinary scene is gaining stature when the national press reveals the downtown location of a restaurant whose chef says he's obsessed with bringing Michelin-level dining to the city.

  5. Authorities to decide this week on possible charges in fatal dog attack

    Authorities expect to decide within the next few days whether the owners of two dogs that fatally mauled a 46-year-old jogger from Livonia on a Lapeer County road will face criminal charges.

  6. Offers rolling in for Cass Tech stars following summer camp circuit

    Cass Tech coach Thomas Wilcher said eight of his players have already received scholarship offers from FBS schools, including 6-foot-5, 290-pound defensive end Joshua Alabi, who picked Ohio State over Michigan, Michigan State and a number of others on Friday.

  7. Live tweets: Firearms expert testifies Wafer's gun was functioning correctly

    A firearms expert is expected to continue his testimony Tuesday afternoon in the second-degree murder trial of Dearborn Heights homeowner Theodore Wafer.

  8. Michigan RB De'Veon Smith has edge over Derrick Green heading into camp

    But Michigan coach Brady Hoke on Tuesday, during the final session of the Big Ten Media Days, said sophomore De'Veon Smith appears to have the edge heading into preseason camp, which begins next week.

  9. Freighter that went aground in Lake St. Clair refloated

    A 656-foot freighter that went aground in Lake St. Clair over the weekend has been refloated and will resume its trip to Montreal after one to two days of inspections, including an underwater survey of its hull.

  10. Common complaint for Detroit's M-1 Rail: It doesn't go far enough

    Detroit With construction underway on the much-delayed M-1 rail project, organizers believe that once streetcars are moving up and down Woodward in two years, a skeptical public will be won over.

  11. Pontiac teen jailed after threatening mom with ax

    Pontiac Oakland County authorities say they've arrested a 17-year-old boy who chased his mother with an ax after she flushed his marijuana down the toilet.

  12. MSU's Mark Dantonio: We would have won national title with playoff last season

    There is no doubt Michigan State was rolling. Its only loss came in the fourth week of the season at Notre Dame, and by the time the Spartans headed to the Rose Bowl, they had won nine straight games all by double digits.

  13. Bankruptcy appeals canceled for public safety unions, pension funds; Syncora to proceed

    Detroit A federal appeals court Tuesday canceled oral arguments for two public safety unions, a retiree group and the city's pension funds, which were trying to overturn the city's eligibility for bankruptcy and its ability to slash pensions.

  14. Jack White in full control of hometown show at Fox

    Rocker Jack White held command over his five-piece band and the crowd at his sold-out, nearly three-hour show at the Fox Theatre Monday night.

  15. Lions, Suh far apart, but not parting ways - yet

    Finally, they've reached an agreement. Moments before the start of the training camp, the Lions front office announced the team had tabled negotiations on a ...

  16. Michigan State will use its status as Big Ten's 'second-best'

    At the Big Ten's Media Days at the Chicago Hilton, there was no question who the Big Ten champion was last season. The contingent from Michigan State proudly ...

  17. New staff means fresh start, 'fair game' for Lions RB Mikel Leshoure

    'He's certainly running well at this stage,' coach Jim Caldwell said. 'We like what we see, and it's early yet. If a guy can perform and play well, there's ...

  18. Culture overhaul is up to GM insiders

    Six months after stepping aside as General Motors Co.'s fourth CEO in five years and leaving his successor with a searing recall crisis, Dan Akerson tells The ...

    • 3:56 PM, Jul. 29, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Israel hits symbols of Hamas rule; scores killed

    Gaza City, Gaza Strip Israel on Tuesday unleashed its heaviest bombardment in a 3-week-old war against Hamas, striking symbols of the militant group's control in Gaza and firing ...

  19. Man facing charges for urinating on former Ravens owner Art Modell's grave

    The man, who so far has been identified only as a Cleveland Browns fan, could face up to two years in jail and a $500 fine. He posted a video of the incident ...

  20. Familiar faces square off in Democratic primary for Peters' seat

    Three former and current Democratic elected officials are battling to replace U.S. Rep. Gary Peters of Bloomfield Township in the Aug. 5 primary, and they ...

  21. Volunteers power Forgotten Harvest's seed-to-table farming effort

    While community gardens are everywhere, Forgottten Harvest Farms is different: It's a professional farm, designed to produce at high yields to ensure a ...

  22. Hot new eatery Antietam closes to 'rework some things'

    Just a week after its grand opening on July 21, Eastern Market's Antietam restaurant is closed this week.

  23. No. 1 pick Derek Hill ranked Tigers' top prospect by MLB.com

    Outfielder Derek Hill, the Tigers' No. 1 draft pick last month, has been named the organization's top prospect by MLB.com in its midseason rankings.

    • 12:16 AM, Jul. 29, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    They vote early, and often

    Even when you're old enough to live in a retirement community, it turns out, there's peer pressure. At least at Fox Run, nobody is leaning on you to skip ...

  24. Person of interest in custody after carjacking leaves man dead in Detroit

    Detroit Police are questioning a person of interest in a carjacking that left a 20-year-old man dead Monday night on the city's west side.

    • 9:16 AM, Jul. 29, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Beaumont turns to 'kindness curriculum' as schools target doctor shortage

    Fifteen seconds can separate a good doctor from an excellent one. That's one of the lessons students glean at the 3-year-old Oakland University William ...

    • 10:54 PM, Jul. 28, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • AUTOS INSIDER

    Delay denied for auto recall database; launch set for August

    Washington Car, truck and motorcycle owners and used vehicle shoppers soon will be able to submit VIN numbers online at a government website and at the sites of all ...

  25. Schauer opposes raising fuel tax to fix roads

    Lansing Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Schauer said Tuesday he opposes any increase in the state's fuel taxes to fund road increases, drawing a distinction ...

  26. Results of investigation involving Tigers' Evan Reed revealed Wednesday

    Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy will talk to reporters Wednesday about an investigation involving Tigers pitcher Evan Reed and allegations of sexual assault.

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