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  1. 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 contract extension with All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.

  2. 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.

  3. 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. There was no leakage or any pollution problems resulting from the grounding of the Hong-Kong registered Federal Rideau, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.

    • 8:56 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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 displayed its reward after last year's conference title and Rose Bowl victory.

  6. 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 Detroit News 'we all ... didn't fully realize how deeply some of the problems ran.'

    • 9:04 AM, Jul. 29, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Gaza official: At least 100 killed in one day in Gaza

    A Palestinian health official says at least 100 Palestinians have been killed in the fighting in Gaza today.

  7. 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 aren't shy about mixing it up.

  8. 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 reliable supply of fresh vegetables year-round.

    • 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 school. The pressure there is to vote.

    • 7:39 AM, Jul. 29, 2014
    • GENERAL MOTORS

    GM reviewed missing bolt cases in '13 without issuing recall

    General Motors Co. received at least 27 warranty claims and reports of problems in a pre-production vehicle in 2013 without taking further action until it launched this month's recall of 475,000 vehicles for faulty bolts.

  9. Carjacking leaves 20 year old dead in Detroit

    Detroit police are seeking suspects in a carjacking that left a 20-year-old man dead Monday night on the city's west side.

    • 10:54 PM, Jul. 28, 2014
    • 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 major automakers to find out immediately if vehicles have any unrepaired recalls.

  10. Justin Timberlake rocks bodies as only he can at Palace show

    Justin Timberlake doesn't need an opening act. The pop superstar had the Palace of Auburn Hills all to himself Monday night, sharing it only with a sold-out ...

    • 6:36 AM, Jul. 29, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    US, EU preparing new sanctions against Russia

    Brussels The United States and the European Union are preparing a powerful one-two punch against the Russian economy, with EU ambassadors meeting Tuesday to ...

    • 11:16 PM, Jul. 28, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    US companies increasingly fish for growth overseas

    San Francisco Major U.S. companies are starting to reap their most rapid growth in fertile lands of opportunity far from home.

  11. 22 civilians reported killed in east Ukraine

    Kiev, Ukraine At least 22 civilians were killed Tuesday by shelling in two conflict-stricken cities in eastern Ukraine, local authorities said.

  12. Live tweets: Firearms expert expected on stand today in Dearborn Heights porch shooting

    A firearms expert is expected to take the stand for the prosecution Tuesday in the second-degree murder trial of Dearborn Heights homeowner Theodore Wafer.

  13. White House to honor Michigan blueberry producer

    Washington A Paw Paw, Michigan, blueberry producer is among 15 'Champions of Change' for agriculture.

  14. Detroit council to discuss controversial shut-offs with water department officials today

    Officials with the city's water department on Tuesday are expected to appear before Detroit's City Council to discuss its controversial shut-off campaign over ...

  15. Warren man dies in crash in Troy; 2 others injured

    Troy A Warren man was killed and two others were injured after he ran a red light, causing a violent crash early Tuesday morning, police said.

  16. Portraits, works by emerging artists show great talents in 2 exhibits

    Detroit filmmaker and artist Nicole Macdonald has created a series of enormous paintings of Detroit heroes past and present, and several artists are part of ...

  17. Crews restore power to 136,000 who lost power in severe weather in Metro Detroit

    DTE Energy Co. is reporting that as of 6 a.m. Tuesday, it had restored power to 136,000 of its customers after 190,000 lost electricity Sunday night when a ...

  18. Iran leader calls for arming Gaza to fight Israel

    Tehran, Iran Iran's supreme leader on Tuesday called on Muslims from around the world to help arm Gaza Palestinians in their fight against Israel.

  19. New Drive Table Tennis Social Club brings pingpong downtown

    Get social, put down the smartphone and pick up a pingpong paddle at Drive Table Tennis Social Club. Also, hotly anticipated Antietam opens, and Dakota Inn ...

  20. Whale watching boat snagged by rope docks safely in Boston

    Boston They weren't castaways, but like the tourists on Gilligan's Island, a group of whale watchers expecting only a three-hour tour got much more after ...

  21. Ex-radio host expected to plea in child porn probe in West Michigan

    Grand Rapids A former host at a popular Christian radio station in West Michigan is expected to plead guilty in a child pornography investigation.

    • 7:10 AM, Jul. 29, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Study: 35 percent in U.S. facing debt collectors

    Washington More than 35 percent of Americans have debts and unpaid bills that have been reported to collection agencies, according to a study released ...

  22. Obama going to dinner as clock ticks toward recess

    Washington President Barack Obama is taking four Kansas City residents out to dinner to chew over the concerns of heartland Americans, with little time ...

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