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  1. Eminem, Rihanna fans line up early outside Comerica Park

    Braving the humid August sun, more than 100 Eminem and Rihanna fans lined up outside Comerica Park for the chance to be one of the first to walk through the gates before tonight's concert.

  2. Selfridge A-10's outlook cloudy as air show approaches

    Harrison Township As personnel at Selfridge Air National Guard Base prepare to host tens of thousands of visitors during next month's annual air show, the future of one of the facility's staple aircraft remains in doubt. While Congress decided this spring against an Air Force plan to retire the A-10 fighter jet — including 18 in service at Selfridge — the 'Warthog' isn't entirely safe from the budget ax, lawmakers and military experts say.

  3. Dave Dombrowski: Tigers were out of the running for Rusney Castillo on Monday

    The Tigers looked at Rusney Castillo as their starting center fielder for next year — and maybe for many seasons after that. One problem. The Boston Red Sox signed him instead, to a reported seven year, $72.5 million contract.

  4. Metro Detroit treatment plants released 4.5B gallons of sewage into rivers after storm

    Metro Detroit treatment plants released about 4.5 billion gallons of raw and partially treated sewage into local streams and rivers as a result of last week’s massive rainstorm, according to a preliminary report from the state Department of Environmental Quality.

  5. Friday's Tigers-Twins: Lineups and live tweets

    The Tigers begin a four-game weekend series with American League Central Division rival Minnesota. Follow the game with live tweets from our Tigers team.

  6. Detroit city councilman arraigned on drunken driving charges

    Southfield — A Detroit city councilman is facing potential jail time on charges tied to a June arrest over suspicion he was driving drunk.

  7. Crafting a new vision along the Detroit riverfront

    When Mark Wallace looks out along the Detroit riverfront, he doesn't only observe what it is now. He sees what it could be. On his second day as president and CEO of the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, Wallace seems at ease. Strolling around Rivard Plaza Tuesday afternoon, he possesses a sense of ownership that doesn't just come from his title.

  8. Snyder wants FEMA to conduct flood damage assessment

    Gov. Rick Snyder wants FEMA to conduct a preliminary damage assessment following the flooding that ravaged parts of Metro Detroit.

  9. Commissioners OK buyback of $1.5 billion in Detroit water bonds

    Detroit's water commissioners voted to accept offers to buy back about 28 percent of outstanding water and sewer bonds at a special meeting Friday afternoon.

  10. Safety group asks for probe of 7 million Chrysler vehicles

    An auto safety advocacy group has asked the U.S. government to investigate power system failures in Chrysler vehicles that could cause them to stall while being driven.

  11. Missing Detroit girl, 13, found safe

    A 13-year-old girl who disappeared Thursday morning has been found safe.

  12. Orr increases funds for City Council

    Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr has increased funding this fiscal year for operation of Detroit City Council offices, allowing members to expand the size and pay of their staffs, even as their authority has been limited.

  13. Lions juggle lineup for Jaguars, but Calvin Johnson to start

    All-Pro wide receiver Calvin Johnson is in the starting lineup for the Lions exhibition game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Ford Field tonight, but there are a couple of surprise inactives.

  14. Fair or Foul: In wake of blockbuster, Tigers now lack a true center fielder

    The News' baseball writers touch base on the state of the Tigers and the rest of the major leagues.

  15. Expect huge traffic jams for Eminem-Rihanna show, Lions game

    Tonight's concert is almost guaranteed to produce monster traffic jams for fans streaming into downtown tonight and Saturday for the Eminem-Rihanna show.

  16. Tigers don't whiff much on prized free agents, but this one stings

    Most times, the Tigers get their man. Tiger general manager Dave Dombrowski targets a pitcher or a hitter in July and figures out a way to bag his trophy. ...

  17. Macomb warns of suspicious robocall to residents hit by flooding

    Several hundred Macomb County residents received a robocall Thursday that came from the county's hotline set up to report flood damage, prompting officials to ...

  18. Michigan wins, finishes Italian tour 4-0

    Zak Irvin had 16 points and 10 rebounds and Caris LeVert scored 15 Friday as Michigan's men's basketball team completed its tour of Italy with its fourth win ...

  19. Body recovered from Belleville Lake identified

    Officials have released the name of the young man whose body was recovered Thursday from Belleville Lake.

  20. Oakland judge delays contempt hearing to investigate Facebook request to juror

    A contempt hearing for a 20-year-old Goodrich woman accused of asking a male juror in her boyfriend's drug trial to 'friend' her on Facebook was delayed when ...

    • 5:44 PM, Aug. 22, 2014

    Detroit's Cass Tech High School adding International Baccalaureate program

    Cass Tech High School will become Detroit's first International Baccalaureate diploma program, Detroit Public Schools said Friday.

  21. Improved Lions receiver Corey Fuller 'night and day from last year'

    Fuller, 6-foot-2, 200 pounds, has been turning heads in camp for his consistency, speed and catching ability. That combination of skills was on display in the ...

  22. Snyder adviser pays $16,000 in property taxes as Dems urge his firing

    Lansing — Top gubernatorial adviser Rich Baird paid more than $16,000 in property taxes and interest to settle a problem with his dual Michigan and Illinois ...

  23. Video: Michigan's Austin Hatch talks to Maria Shriver on 'Today Show'

    On Friday morning, the 'Today Show' aired a story by Maria Shriver, who sat with Hatch to discuss his recovery and his spiritual foundation that has helped him ...

  24. Detroit man wearing police tether charged with murder

    Detroit — A Detroit man located through an electronic tether he wasn't required to wear has been charged with first-degree murder in the robbery and slaying of another ...

  25. Hundreds pray at Hart Plaza for Christians in Iraq

    Hundreds of people participated Friday in a prayer vigil at Hart Plaza in Detroit in support of Iraqi Christians who are being oppressed or killed during the ...

  26. Browns' Johnny Manziel fined $12K for middle finger flip

    A person familiar with the penalty says Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel has been fined $12,000 by the NFL for flipping his middle finger at ...

  27. Review: Ultra-violent 'Sin City' sequel is ultra-repetitive

    'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is ultra-stylized, ultra-violent and ultra-repetitive. It covers the same ground Robert Rodriguez's and Frank Miller's 'Sin ...

  28. Preparation, discipline are Joe Lombardi's priorities as Lions' offensive coordinator

    Lombardi, who's in his first year as an NFL coordinator, brought the competitive concept from New Orleans, where he spent the past seven years as a Saints ...

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