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  1. Tigers must make Joakim Soria closer before title bid blows up

    Joe Nathan's blow-up in the ninth inning, following a weekend of escape acts against the Indians, and too many such incidents in 2014, have made for an uncomfortable but necessary decision by the Tigers.

  2. Detroit civil rights symbol Dunbar Hospital going to highest bidder

    When it opened in 1919, Dunbar Hospital was a symbol of self-determination and achievement for Detroit's first black doctors. Today, it's up for grabs in the Wayne County tax auction.

  3. Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers has Lions' number

    Allen Park — They've beaten him up, but they haven't really beaten him.

  4. Review: Tense 'The Guest' is a killer of a movie

    'The Guest' is a welcome entry to the murder machine film genre. It's not exactly groundbreaking stuff, but director Adam Wingard brings a nice, measured tension to the script before letting all heck break loose.

    • 10:11 AM, Sep. 18, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Roarin' RC-F coupe wakes up staid Lexus

    The immediate descendant of the LF-A supercar, the RC-F is the wildest looking luxury coupe this side of the Jetsons' ride.

    • 10:33 PM, Sep. 17, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    Air museum to drop 'Yankee' as it flies toward new era

    The Yankee Air Museum will be soaring shortly into welcoming skies and a bright future, complete with an inspiring and appropriate new name.

  5. GM recall problems won't go away soon

    Back-channel word from General Motors Co. is that the ignition-switch scandal responsible for 19 deaths, the firing of 15 company insiders and four rounds of congressional thrashings is in the rear-view mirror now.

    • 8:43 AM, Sep. 17, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    Domestic abuse now at 'epidemic' levels

    Domestic abuse cases rarely make headlines unless you're somebody famous like NFL player Ray Rice, or, as in the case of the recent arrest of Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor Robert Stevens, in a position of power.

    • 10:12 PM, Sep. 17, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Range Rover masters the climb

    At 10,000 feet and above the air becomes thin and saps the energy of both humans and vehicles. Stepping out of my Range Rover at the 13,188-foot-high Mosquito Pass in Colorado, I try jogging ahead on the trail to take some photos and quickly feel breathless. But in the flagship sport utility vehicle from Land Rover, the effect of mastering high altitude passes is less obvious.

  6. Ganbei sticks to tasty American-style Chinese with no reservations

    Ganbei is unabashedly American Chinese, serving the dishes that have become popular over the years with a wide spectrum of diners. And there's something refreshing about that.

  7. The key to being well-liked is to make yourself likable

    Dear Abby: I'm a 15-year-old girl. When I'm with the high school group of kids at my church, I try to extend myself and talk, but they never reciprocate much.

  8. Review: 'My Old Lady' deftly juggles somber, silly and sweet

    At first, 'My Old Lady' seems to just have a twinkle in its eye, but the film takes on some surprising heft as it moves along.

  9. Heal time longer on fingertip crush injuries

    Dear Dr. Roach: Three months ago, I slammed the fingertip of my left index finger in a drawer. The fingertip is still swollen and painful. My doctor sent me for an X-ray, and there is no fracture. I can bend it at the joint, but cannot put pressure on the fingertip. I looked online, and read something that said a fingertip crush injury can take six months to a year to heal, and the swelling may never go away completely.

  10. Tigers Mailbag: Joe Nathan shouldn't be closing on back-to-back days

    When Nathan pitches without a day off, opponents are batting .400 against him, with a .448 on-base percentage. When Nathan gets at least one day off, his numbers are significantly better.

    • 6:40 PM, Sep. 16, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Reality saps drama out of Detroit bankruptcy

    A court-appointed financial expert asked to assess whether the city's restructuring plan is 'feasible' concluded Monday that it is, marking another critical ...

  11. Lions rookie kicker Nate Freese needs to find his footing -- and fast

    Freese said Lions coach Jim Caldwell's message to him Monday was simple: 'Keep your head up, keep going forward and keep working hard.' And when asked if he ...

    • 11:48 PM, Sep. 15, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    John Lennon, Warren Zevon — the many faces of artist, ad exec Tom Maniaci

    Warren Zevon is not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Randy Newman is. If you're Tom Maniaci of Birmingham, that's sort of like Alan Trammell not being in ...

  12. Zetterbergs launch foundation charity gala

    She's a glamorous Swedish television star and recording artist. He's a celebrated hockey sensation. On Friday, Emma Andersson Zetterberg and husband Henrik ...

  13. Husband's 'educational' DVDs get flunking grade from wife

    Dear Abby: I am a full-time mother of three young children and have been married for nine years. Since the beginning, my husband has pushed to have things 'his ...

  14. Guillian-Barre causes progressive weakness

    Dear Dr. Roach: Three months ago, my daughter, age 50 and a healthy person, was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome. The onset was gradual, beginning with ...

  15. Dove Obama makes for a reluctant hawk

    As he offered to the nation his prescription for the most recent Middle East crisis, President Barack Obama reminded me of Michael Corleone in 'The Godfather: ...

  16. Anibal Sanchez could be the Tigers' secret weapon -- out of the bullpen

    Sanchez almost certainly won't be in the Tigers' playoff rotation, should they make it to their fourth consecutive postseason. That doesn't mean he can't ...

  17. Brand-new Lions done in by same old mistakes in loss to Panthers

    This wasn't a battering, not really. It was a bumbling, a bungling, a trip down misery lane. Against a tough defense, the Lions' offense made all the big ...

    • 8:36 AM, Sep. 15, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    The Internet of things? That's banking on trouble

    There's a great big Internet-connected network of the future coming, America, and I am afraid.

  18. Column: Mr. Obama goes to war

    President Barack Obama has come to the realization that the war on terror doesn't end simply because you quit fighting it. The rest of America must get to the ...

  19. Tigers Insider: Indians are plenty sick of Victor, J.D. Martinez

    The Martinezes have driven in more than 40 percent of the Tigers runs against the Indians this year, and have accounted for more than half the homers against ...

  20. Despite shortcomings, Joe Nathan gets job done for Tigers and that's enough

    When the 'Tigers' and 'bullpen' are threaded into the same sentence you can generally add a third word: anxiety. There is simply little confidence the Tigers ...

  21. Big Ten Insider: League barely better than the MAC these days

    There was a time, not that long ago, when people actually debated if the Big Ten was as good of a football conference as the SEC. Now, it barely holds an edge ...

  22. Could new technology devastate auto industry?

    Communications technology has shaken the book business to its foundations, not to mention newspapers, and automobile manufacturers might be the next industry ...

  23. Prep Insider: Grant Perry still clicking for Brother Rice football

    Perry, who wants to be a part of a fourth consecutive state title, has caught 22 passes for 478 yards and six touchdowns to give Brother Rice a 3-0 start and ...

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