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  1. Judge sets 48-hour deadline on bankruptcy appeals

    A federal appeals court judge late Tuesday challenged creditors to decide within 48 hours if they'll continue to contest Detroit's eligibility for bankruptcy and its plan to cut pensions.

  2. Detroit City Council rejects Orr request for bids on parking department

    The City Council on Tuesday turned down a request from Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr to solicit proposals from bidders interested in running or buying Detroit's municipal parking department.

  3. Joakim Soria, Tigers take it on chin from White Sox

    It was definitely something to cringe about in the Tigers' 11-4 loss on Tuesday night to the Chicago White Sox. The line on Soria: One-third of an inning, six hits, four runs, four earned runs, two home runs

    • 7:59 PM, Jul. 29, 2014
    • AUTOS

    EVs, small cars get mixed ratings in new crash tests

    Washington Only one small car out of 12 BMW's Mini Cooper Countryman earned a 'good' rating earning from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in its latest round of tough, new front-end crash testing.

  4. Ex-Christian radio host pleads guilty in child porn probe in West Michigan

    A former host at a popular Christian radio station in western Michigan has pleaded guilty in a child pornography investigation.

  5. Community mourns Armada teen amid search for her killer

    Armada This quiet community continued Tuesday to mourn the loss of a teen whose body was found off a popular Macomb County recreational trail.

  6. Schauer rolls out jobs agenda, 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 with Gov. Rick Snyder's three-year-long push for raising the tax on gas and diesel.

  7. 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.

  8. Announcement Wednesday on new authority to oversee Detroit-Windsor bridge

    Gov. Rick Snyder and Canada's minister of transport are expected Wednesday to announce the formation of a six-member authority to oversee the construction of a new public bridge between Detroit and Windsor.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. Mistrial for Detroit man in death of girlfriend's niece, 5

    Detroit A judge has declared a mistrial after a jury deadlocked while deliberating the fate of a Detroit man accused of abducting, raping and killing his girlfriend's 5-year-old niece.

  12. Trial on Detroit debt-cutting plan delayed by another week

    U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes on Tuesday delayed by another week the trial over Detroit's debt-cutting bankruptcy exit plan.

  13. Expert testimony: McBride shot at close range on Dearborn Heights porch

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

  14. Decisions likely this week on dogs' fate, possible charges for owner in fatal attack

    Metamora Township 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 ...

  15. 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 ...

  16. 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 ...

  17. 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 ...

  18. 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.

  19. Lions start Calvin Johnson slow in training camp, aiming to keep him healthy

    Entering his eighth season, Johnson is starting to cool his jets a little, saving some energy for the wear-and-tear of the regular season at the behest of ...

  20. 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 ...

  21. Lions expect No. 3 running back Theo Riddick to play key role

    It's fair to expect Riddick to have a lot more touches this season. At Notre Dame, Riddick played some slot receiver, so his versatility will provide the Lions ...

  22. Crews restore power to 156,000 who lost power in severe weather in Metro Detroit

    DTE Energy Co. is reporting that as of 4 p.m. Tuesday, it had restored power to 156,000 of its customers after about 190,000 lost electricity Sunday night when ...

  23. Hours leading up to MLB's trade deadline should be action-packed

    Over the next 36 hours or so, you can expect the rumors to fly like Dee Gordon fast and furious and team executives to put those unlimited texting plans to ...

  24. Lions camp observations: Constant changes keep players on their toes

    Day 2 of Lions training camp looked just like Day 1 as the constantly changing personnel continued. On defense, players in the front seven are constantly ...

  25. Drug trafficker who escaped Wayne County Jail gets 18-year prison term

    Federal authorities say a Phoenix man who escaped from Arizona and Wayne Countyjails has been sentenced to 18 years in prison in a drug trafficking case.

  26. 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.

  27. 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 ...

    • 4:43 PM, Jul. 29, 2014
    • AUTOS

    Chrysler sued over ignition switches in a follow-up to GM suits

    Chrysler Group LLC was sued over allegedly faulty ignition switches in Jeeps, in a follow-up to more than 120 lawsuits General Motors faces over the same ...

  28. Michigan's Jabrill Peppers spectacular at times but also learning, Devin Gardner says

    Jabrill Peppers arrives at Michigan with plenty of fanfare, the top recruit in the class with high expectations to be a significant contributor this season.

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