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  1. Revised Detroit debt plan calls for 'plan monitor' with subpoena power

    Detroit The city could be under prolonged court oversight if Detroit successfully emerges from bankruptcy court this fall, according to new court records filed Friday.

  2. Armada girl's slaying stuns village residents

    Authorities are investigating the death of a 14-year- old girl whose body was found in a wooded area on the border with the village of Armada as a homicide, police said on Friday afternoon. Armada Police Chief Howard Smith said April Millsap left her home to walk the family dog Thursday and when she hadn't returned after an hour and a half, her parents got concerned and went to search for her along Macomb Orchard Trail.

    • 3:03 PM, Jul. 25, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • FORD

    FBI ramps up probe of fired Ford engineer, seizes emails

    The FBI ramped up its investigation of a fired Ford Motor Co. engineer Friday, revealing agents have seized her personal email account after searching her home and seizing secret listening devices planted inside the automaker's headquarters.

  3. Police: Owner wasn't home when dogs killed Livonia man

    Nobody was at home when two large dogs left to run loose on their owner's property took off after jogger Craig Sytsma and mauled him to death, police said Friday.

    • 6:30 PM, Jul. 25, 2014

    New U-M president admires Michigan sights, might need quick state history lesson

    Ann Arbor The University of Michigan's new president has been in town for less than a month and has already ventured east to explore Detroit. But a few captions in his photo gallery were incorrect.

  4. Video: Sixth-grade girl Sam Gordon turns on the jets at Michigan football camp

    Ann Arbor hasn't seen a burst of speed like this since Denard Robinson wore the Maize and Blue.

  5. It's still up to Brad Ausmus to figure out Tigers' new bullpen mix

    It's about the present, obviously. But also about the presence. And by trading for Rangers closer Joakim Soria, Tigers president and general manager Dave Dombrowski has given his rookie manager a little or a lot of both.

  6. Red Wings defensemen: Shut out in free-agency, Detroit still seeks balance

    There were defensemen on the free-agent market who could have filled the void Matt Niskanen, Dan Boyle and Anton Stralman. But each chose to sign elsewhere.

  7. Tigers take Game 1 in battle of AL heavyweights

    In what was scripted to be a sword fight between two splendid pitchers Thursday night, of course the bats decided things in a Tigers victory in the opener of a four-game set against the Angels in Anaheim.

  8. Real story revealed about Detroit wedding party photo that went viral

    A photo of a wedding party in front of Detroit's Michigan Central Station has been getting a lot of attention in the media in recent weeks.

  9. 10 things to watch as Lions camp gets going

    Jim Caldwell's first training camp as the Lions coach is fast approaching, and when the team takes the field Monday in Allen Park, there will plenty on the agenda.

  10. Alleged members of Detroit street gang indicted on drug, firearm charges

    More than 30 members of a Southwest Detroit street gang have been indicted on drug and firearm charges, officials with the U.S. Attorney's Office said Friday.

  11. Challenge dismissed over candidate Warren Evans' residency

    Detroit A challenge questioning the residency of Wayne County executive candidate Warren Evans was dismissed Friday in Wayne Circuit Court.

  12. Lions training camp position previews: Receivers and tight ends

    The Lions made it a priority to find pass-catching threats to help quarterback Matthew Stafford, but the addition of free-agent receiver Golden Tate and first-round tight end Eric Ebron will have an impact on more than just the quarterback.

  13. Moody's: Troubled Michigan cities may follow Detroit Chapter 9 plan

    Moody's Investors Service says a successful resolution of Detroit's Chapter 9 bankruptcy restructuring may prompt other financially troubled Michigan cities to ...

  14. Judge refuses to reconsider Detroit mob beating sentences

    Wayne County Circuit Judge James Callahan refused to reconsider the sentences for two men who participated in a mob attack on a Clinton Township motorist Steve ...

  15. Authorities ID man believed to have been electrocuted in manhole

    Authorities have released the identity of a man believed to have been electrocuted in a manhole on the city's west side.

  16. Grand Rapids businessman Ellis puts up his own money to challenge Amash

    Grand Rapids-area businessman Brian Ellis has mounted a fierce Republican primary challenge against U.S. Rep. Justin Amash, portraying the maverick ...

  17. Michigan State's class continues to grow with Josh Butler, Felton Davis

    Michigan State's recruiting class of 2015 grew by two this week when Highland Springs (Virginia) wide receiver Felton Davis and West Mesquite (Texas) ...

  18. Michigan State's Adreian Payne signs rookie deal with Hawks

    Financial terms were not announced, but under the NBA's rookie pay scale, Payne will make about $1.5 million in his first season.

  19. Michigan hockey opens with road game at Ferris State; complete schedule here

    Michigan's complete hockey schedule, announced Friday, includes a season-opening game at Ferris State and a Big Ten opening series at home against Penn State ...

  20. Senator wants GM to explain $400M compensation estimate

    Sen. Richard Blumenthal wants General Motors to explain how it estimates that it will spend $400 million to $600 million to pay claims linked to its recall of ...

  21. 'Super Nick,' 63, enjoying role as mixed martial arts corner man

    Not only does Shepard train fighters, but he also gets inside the cage and is a hands-on guy who can handle himself just as well as the young kids.

    • 11:55 PM, Jul. 24, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • FORD

    Listening devices found at Ford HQ; recently fired engineer investigated

    Detroit The FBI searched Ford Motor Co.'s world headquarters while investigating one of the automaker's engineers and seized listening devices, computers and financial ...

    • 11:14 PM, Jul. 24, 2014

    Fastest growth in health care among lowest-paying professions

    Health care jobs are on the upswing in Metro Detroit, but the fastest growth is among the lowest-paying health care professions, according to a study released ...

  22. MSU's Archie Collins, Michigan's Cato June join Lions for internship program

    The Lions have added four interns to their coaching staff as part of the the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship. They are Archie Collins, Cato June, ...

  23. GM to provide 12 Chevrolet Volts to Across America program

    General Motors Co.'s Chevrolet brand is providing 12 plug-in hybrid Chevrolet Volts to the nonprofit MBAs Across America program, which is traveling the ...

  24. Tigers' Austin Jackson has stepped it up -- by leaps and bounds

    Austin Jackson these days is one tough out. Neither is he a bargain if you're thinking of hitting one out. In the seventh inning of Thursday night's series ...

  25. GM may invest $37M at Lansing Delta Twp. plant

    General Motors Co. may invest $37.5 million into an expansion at its Lansing Delta Township Plant, Lansing and Delta Township officials said Friday.

  26. Report: Patrick Beilein leaving West Virginia Wesleyan to work for Jazz

    Michigan coach John Beilein's son, Patrick Beilein, is leaving his job as head coach at West Virginia Wesleyan to work on the staff of the Utah Jazz, according ...

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