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  1. Tigers' deal for Joakim Soria was one that needed to get done

    Frankly, the Tigers could've traded all their prospects plus the Ty Cobb statue in Comerica Park to land Joakim Soria and you wouldn't complain.

  2. Conyers ramps up as Sheffield presses on

    Detroit U.S. Rep. John Conyers is campaigning more vigorously than normal for a 26th term, after a political scare more than a month ago nearly sidetracked his quest to be the first black dean of Congress.

  3. Small Michigan town with 100 police reserves under investigation

    Oakley Two Michigan law enforcement agencies are investigating a small town with a big auxiliary police force. The Attorney General's Office and the Commission on Law Enforcement Standards want to know if Oakley is violating any rules governing the licensing of police officers, said a commission official.

  4. Michigan consumers to get $13 million in health insurance refunds

    Michiganians stand to receive more than $13.1 million in health insurance refunds, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday.

  5. Red Wings forwards: Health should bring happiness to team, its fans

    Gustav Nyquist, Tomas Tatar, Riley Sheahan, Tomas Jurco and Luke Glendening all either made their NHL debuts or earned their first consistent playing time and all were impressive.

  6. Welcome to Dysfunction Junction

    Just as Detroit was starting to gain some positive traction for its image, it walked off the dock by bungling an overdue attempt to end the city's pay-if-you-want culture.

    • 12:30 AM, Jul. 24, 2014

    Lives cut short: Hopes, dreams of 298 ended on doomed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17

    In a bedroom in a townhouse near Amsterdam, Miguel Panduwinata reached out for his mother. 'Mama, may I hug you?' Samira Calehr wrapped her arms around her 11-year-old son, who'd been oddly agitated for days, peppering her with questions about death, about his soul, about God.

  7. Lions training camp position previews: Offensive line

    The Lions' offensive line was one of the biggest question marks entering last season, but after giving up the second fewest sacks, it looks like a point of strength this year.

    • 12:43 AM, Jul. 24, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Henry Payne: Hyundai refines Sonata's allure

    My wife's sofas are littered with pillows inscribed with clever sayings. My favorite: 'I know I'm efficient. Tell me I'm beautiful.' The Hyundai Sonata reminds me of that pillow.

  8. 14th District race packed with action, but there's little attention

    Michigan's 14th Congressional District is a test-tube baby, conceived by gerrymandering to favor Democrats. Misshapen and geographically bizarre, it wends its way from Pontiac to Farmington Hills to Grosse Pointe. Its midsection in Southfield and a chunk of Detroit swells like a boa constrictor after a hearty meal.

  9. The News' Top 20 preseason football picks: Clarkston poised to repeat as champion

    Clarkston coach Kurt Richardson was worried his players might think highly of themselves and gloat after going 13-1 and winning Clarkston's first state championship (Division 1).

    • 12:15 AM, Jul. 24, 2014

    Event encourages people to register on state donor list

    What's formally known as the Gift of Life MOTTEP Foundation's walk/run raises money and attention for the cause, and it's not too late to step in.

  10. Get friendly with the BFF music fest

    Organizers of Saturday's BFF Fest were tired of seeing the same pool of local bands on every music festival around town, and they decided to do something about it.

  11. Give meat, vegetables and even fruit rich flavor with a marinade

    With the right combinations of spices, oils, vinegars, herbs and seasonings, you can dress up meats, chicken, fish or vegetables and turn inexpensive cuts of beef and pork into tender, delicious meals.

    • 12:02 AM, Jul. 24, 2014

    Seniors share homes for cost savings, companionship

    New York It's not exactly 'The Golden Girls,' but for Marcia Rosenfeld, it'll do.

    • 11:48 PM, Jul. 23, 2014

    Concrete pours into Michigan physics site

    East Lansing The construction of a new national facility for nuclear science at Michigan State University is continuing with the addition of 140 truckloads of concrete.

  12. Power of incumbency difficult to overcome

    Washington Congress is wildly unpopular. In fact, two-thirds of Americans want their House member booted. And the tea party is dogging longtime Republican lawmakers. So ...

    • 10:48 PM, Jul. 23, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Car Culture: Muscle cars offer power trips beyond racetrack

    Race car drivers like to say you can never have too much power. By contrast, regular motorists are supposed to be a bit more practical, accepting that 150-300 ...

    • 10:46 PM, Jul. 23, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Concours show to celebrate the early era of luxury pickups

    Plymouth Pickups are among today's hottest selling vehicles and luxurious ones at that. Many feature heated seats, remote starters and the smooth rides once ...

  13. Corn doesn't have to be on the cob to be delicious

    Corn recipes are abundant this time of year, but for my taste, the simpler the better. Sauteed corn with summer vegetables, studded with black beans and spiked ...

  14. Celebrate the German side of Ann Arbor with picnic, restaurants

    When you think of German heritage in Michigan, Frankenmuth usually comes to mind. But Ann Arbor has strong roots, too. A great way to celebrate is by attending ...

  15. High spending, low turnouts mark primaries

    The midterm election primary season is drawing record-low voter turnout in some states, a sign perhaps, of widespread apathy in both parties ahead of ...

    • 11:07 PM, Jul. 23, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Wixom outlet specializes in splashy seats

    Tired of your vehicle's drab and dirty cloth interior? Want something easier to clean? Want to upgrade to leather?

  16. Good stuff: Greenpeace seafood site, coconut cocktail, Pierogi Gals

    Greenpeace's website helps shoppers find sustainable fish, Zico presents a coconut water mojito, and the Pierogi Gals make classic favorite gourmet.

  17. Drummer Gene Dunlap is serious about setting the 'groove'

    Playing the instrument Gene Dunlap says is the foundation of any song, he has provided the backbeat for such artists as Ronnie Laws and Mary Wilson, plus the ...

  18. Simple roasted shrimp dish is 'fancy-not-fancy'

    Shrimp scampi is easy, but it's also luxurious, a restaurant-style meal at home; and we all know how restaurants make their dishes taste so good. Butter. Lots ...

  19. Challenge is the driving force behind songwriter Nick Cave

    Nick Cave has made a career of doing things his way. And on his most recent release, Cave's half-spoken, half-sung poetry floats over spooky and sparse strings, ...

  20. Grapevine: Gordon Ramsay's 'Hell's Kitchen' is casting in Southfield

    Could you handle the heat in Chef GordonRamsay'skitchen? If so, get yourself to the open casting call for the ornery chef's show 'Hell's Kitchen,' 11 a.m.-4 p. ...

  21. Guest howls over dog's attendance at wedding

    Dear Abby: Is it acceptable to bring a teacup-sized dog to a wedding? The excuse was, 'Well, the wedding was at the beach.' The pre-dinner and dancing were ...

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