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  1. Buffett heir's foundation buys Rosa Parks archive

    Detroit Hundreds of items that belonged to civil rights icon Rosa Parks that have been sitting unseen for years in a New York warehouse have been sold to a foundation run by the son of billionaire investment guru Warren Buffett.

  2. Alex Avila is Tigers' hero with walk-off RBI against Yankees

    Alex Avila came through off Shawn Kelley with a first-pitch single off the wall in right to drive in pinch-runner Bryan Holaday with the running run.

  3. Judge rejects Detroit creditor's attack on mediators, may issue sanctions

    U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes on Thursday tossed out a city bond insurer's blistering 'personal attack' on Detroit's chief bankruptcy mediator and ordered the creditor's attorneys to prove why they shouldn't face professional sanctions.

  4. Injured getaway driver sought in Clinton Twp. bank robbery attempt that left 1 dead

    A shooting in front of a Bank of America branch on Thursdayleft a suspected thief dead and another suspect injured and on the run, police said.

  5. Ronald Ilitch released on $5,000 bond in cocaine possession case

    Ronald Ilitch, the son of well-known businessman and sports team owner Mike Ilitch, was arraigned Thursday on a cocaine possession charge after being arrested on the city's west side Wednesday.

  6. Activists, attorneys seek permanent moratorium on Detroit water shut-offs

    More than a dozen activists and civil rights attorneys continued their fight against the city's water shutoffs today, calling on Mayor Mike Duggan to create a permanent moratorium on the issue.

  7. Chief Craig: Fatal shooting on Detroit's east side gang related

    Margaret Garland was protective of her only daughter, Aundrea Marie Garland, and rarely let her go outside and interact in a neighborhood where gunshots are common noises.

  8. Thursday's Lions-Bills live tweets: Lions stretch lead to 17-0

    The Lions take on the Buffalo Bills in their final exhibition game of the preseason. It will be a reunion of sorts between the Lions and their former coach, Jim Schwartz, who was fired in the offseason after five seasons. Schwartz is the Bills' defensive coordinator.

  9. Sept. 1, 2007: The day the Big House shuddered

    Michigan was ranked No. 5 in the nation and opening its season at home with a senior-laden offense against a team that resided in the Football Championship Subdivision. But the Mountaineers would stun the college football world that day.

  10. Minimum 17-year sentence sought in Dearborn Heights porch shooting

    Detroit A Dearborn Heights man convicted of killing an unarmed woman on his porch should get a prison sentence of at least 15 years, in addition to a mandatory two-year punishment for the unlawful use of a gun, prosecutors said in their recommendation t

  11. Harper Woods, Detroit police looking into whether Eastland mall, quadruple shootings are related

    Police are checking for a possible connection between a double shooting at Eastland Mall Wednesday afternoon and quadruple shooting in Detroit that killed one person and wounded three others.

  12. Commissioners unanimously approve $1.68B Wayne Co. budget

    Detroit Wayne County commissioners on Thursday approved a $1.68 billion county budget for fiscal year 2014-15, an 18 percent increase over this fiscal year.

  13. Appeals court reinstates suit by Detroit cop Tasered in '06 traffic stop

    A Detroit police officer who was Tasered by Farmington Hills police after running a red light in 2006 won a legal victory Thursday when a federal appeals court allowed his suit against the Oakland County suburb to go forward.

  14. Detroit to seek redevelopment bids for rec center where Joe Louis trained

    Detroit The city announced today it is looking for proposals to redevelop the long-shuttered Brewster Wheeler Recreation Center to potentially save it from being demolished.

  15. Detroit secures up to $275M in financing from Barclays

    The city has secured up to $275 million in financing money that will help bankroll Detroit's restructuring and pay off debts if the city successfully emerges ...

  16. Michigan funeral home seeks to curb texting while driving

    Grand Rapids A western Michigan funeral home is working to raise awareness about the dangers of texting while driving by launching a campaign highlighting the potentially ...

  17. Tigers find ways to get most out of streaky Al Alburquerque

    Statistically, he's been as good as any reliever in the Tigers' pen. Yet, there is a feeling when he takes the mound that a meltdown a balk with a runner on ...

  18. Six Wolverines who could be team captains, if there were a vote

    Michigan coach Brady Hoke, a captain of the 1980 Ball State team, has acknowledged leadership was lacking last season. With the leadership council in place, ...

  19. Lions rookie Kyle Van Noy has core muscle surgery, out 4-6 weeks

    The Lions traded up to draft Van Noy 40th overall out of BYU with hopes he could be an immediate starter at strong-side linebacker, but now he will be ...

  20. For Tigers, momentum shifts on Brian McCann's long foul ball

    With the game tied 2-2 in the top of the ninth inning, Yankees catcher Brian McCann blasted a long, high drive down the right field line. It went foul, and a ...

  21. Several injured as a dozen vehicles crash near Ann Arbor

    Ann Arbor Township Several people were injured Thursday during a crash involving a dozen vehicles near an entrance ramp to M-14.

  22. MSU vs. Jacksonville State: Spartans must be wary of FCS title contender

    Michigan Sate has all said the right things leading up to Friday night's game, but it's hard to ignore the fact Week 2 presents a huge trip to Oregon. The ...

    • 3:36 PM, Aug. 28, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • FORD

    First Ford 2015 Mustang rolls off line in Flat Rock

    The first of Ford Motor Co.'s 2015 Mustangs are rolling off the line today at its Flat Rock Assembly Plant. For the first time in its 50 years in production, ...

  23. With cuts due Saturday, Josh Katzenstein predicts Lions' 53-man roster

    The Lions must trim their roster from 75 to 53 by Saturday at 4 p.m., which means several players will soon receive the unfortunate news they've been cut.

  24. Mark Schauer joins the war on women

    It is richly ironic that Schauer so ardently embraced the nomination of a pro-life Supreme Court candidate at last weekend's state party convention.

  25. Kyle Ryan will start for Tigers Saturday; Kyle Lobstein sent back to Toledo

    The mystery surrounding who starts in the second game of the doubleheader in Chicago Saturday has been solved. Manager Brad Ausmus announced after the game ...

  26. Lions resting 11 starters vs. Bills, including Matthew Stafford, Calvin Johnson

    The Lions are giving 11 starters the night off in tonight's exhibition finale against the Buffalo Bills as they'll give back-end players a chance to compete ...

  27. Detroit News predictions: Michigan State vs. Jacksonville State

    The Detroit News staff writers Matt Charboneau, Angelique S. Chengelis, Bob Wojnowski and John Niyo offer their predictions for Michigan State's season opener ...

  28. Cranbrook looks at Paul Evans, unheralded hero of midcentury design

    When we think of midcentury modern furniture design, the august names that come to mind include Charles and Ray Eames, Florence Knoll. Left out of this ...

  29. New Jersey WR Cam Chambers among many visitors for MSU opener

    Michigan State opens its 2014 season on Friday against Jacksonville State, and that will be an opportunity for high school prospects who are not playing that ...

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