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  1. Tigers-White Sox, Game 2 tweets: Tigers add to lead in fourth

    The Tigers will try to salvage a split in their doubleheader against the White Sox in Chicago, sending Kyle Ryan to the mound for his major-league debut.

  2. Ex-President Jimmy Carter says he still prays for peace in Middle East

    Detroit During a speech at the annual convention for the Islamic Society of North America on Saturday, former President Jimmy Carter said peace between Jews and Muslims in the Middle East is a dream he still prays can be achieved.

  3. Lions make cuts to reach 53-man roster

    Even though most players can feel safe for now, the current roster is by no means permanent. The Lions could add some players who were cut by other teams, and if rookie linebacker Kyle Van Noy goes on short-term injured reserve Tuesday, it would open a roster spot.

    • 9:51 PM, Aug. 29, 2014

    Detroit may sweeten bankruptcy deal with real estate to persuade creditor to settle

    Detroit City attorneys are in private talks this weekend about giving away some of its assets including possibly Coleman A. Young Municipal Airport to settle with a holdout creditor on the eve of a landmark bankruptcy trial, sources told The Detroit News on Friday.

  4. Police in Mich. testing bodycams, but cost and privacy issues raise concern

    As national pressure grows for police to use body cameras more widely, departments across Metro Detroit are studying the feasibility and cost of the miniature recording devices.

  5. No history this time, as Michigan flashes old-school power

    The Wolverines didn't erase anything by wiping out Appalachian State 52-14 Saturday, and that wasn't their goal. Their goal was to take all this pent-up aggression from last season's collapse, from the criticism, from the questions and find a way unleash it.

  6. Solid running game helps Michigan trample Appalachian State

    The Wolverines were looking for a lot of things that were lacking last season, and they found them against an overmatched team in the season opener at Michigan Stadium.

  7. Royal Oak police searching for bank robber suspect

    Police are seeking a man who robbed a Fifth Third Bank on Woodward Avenue Saturday morning.

  8. Q&Auto: The design guru behind Caddy's curves

    After decades in the wilderness, that Caddy swagger is back. Design Director Bob Boniface and his team are producing tomorrow's classics today.

  9. Max Scherzer stumbles in third inning and Tigers drop doubleheader opener

    Among other moments and events from a season that hasn't always made sense for the Tigers was Saturday's first game of a day-night doubleheader at U.S. Cellular Field.

  10. Warren mayor wants insurance reform in wake of floods

    Warren Mayor James Fouts is calling for the state Legislature to reform flood insurance after receiving complaints from residents who thought they were covered but found out that they weren't after the Aug. 11 rainstorm.

  11. Mikel Leshoure, Kris Durham among Lions cuts

    The Lions waived running back Mikel Leshoure on Saturday as part of the cuts to trim the roster to 53 players, the most notable of their 22 cuts.

    • 2:54 PM, Aug. 30, 2014

    22 trapped gold miners rescued in Nicaragua

    Bonanza, Nicaragua Rescue workers and trapped miners alike frantically dug away at opposite sides of rock and mud that blocked a Nicaragua gold mine, finally succeeding in freeing at least 20 men even as efforts to reach those still missing continued Sa

  12. Michigan hopes to pluck Notre Dame one last time before series ends

    Michigan plays at Notre Dame in a prime-time meeting on Saturday in what is the final game between the teams for the foreseeable future. The teams have played 41 times.

  13. Taiwan Jones 'pretty solid' as Michigan State's new man in the middle

    The numbers don't exactly jump off the stat sheet, but that is only one way to judge Taiwan Jones' first start at middle linebacker for Michigan State.

  14. Lions show progress with cuts, but Jim Caldwell remains key to success

    Caldwell and his staff are the wild cards. I have to believe he was holding more things back than previous coach Jim Schwartz did in the exhibition season. We ...

  15. United States crushes Finland in Basketball World Cup; Andre Drummond scores 9

    The Americans held the Finns without a basket in the second quarter, opening defense of their title with a 114-55 romp Saturday in the Basketball World Cup. ...

  16. Michigan freshman Jabrill Peppers OK after ankle injury

    Peppers played one half in the Wolverines' 52-14 victory over Appalachian State in the season opener Saturday at Michigan Stadium, but an ankle injury suffered ...

  17. Michigan State looks as good as advertised in blowout victory

    This is how you're supposed to look if you think you're championship material. You make it look easy when you should, which is something last year's eventual ...

    • 2:52 PM, Aug. 30, 2014

    Ferguson rally marks 3 weeks after Brown's death

    Ferguson, Mo. Hundreds converged on Ferguson on Saturday to march for Michael Brown, the unarmed black 18-year-old who was shot and killed by a white police ...

  18. Victim says tainted tea like 'fire'

    Salt Lake City A Utah woman who nearly died after unknowingly drinking iced tea mixed with chemicals spoke publicly for the first time on Friday, describing ...

    • 8:02 PM, Aug. 29, 2014

    Bell's Upper Hand Brewery set to be toast of Escanaba

    Escanaba The new Upper Hand Brewery, recently constructed in Escanaba, is looking to start making beer next month, according to the president of Bell's Brewery Inc.

  19. Blue Angels set to fly at Selfridge air show

    Selfridge Air National Guard Base An open house and air show featuring the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels will be held next weekend at the Selfridge Air National ...

    • 9:43 PM, Aug. 29, 2014

    Jersey shore retailers bask in post-Sandy recovery

    Belmar, N.J. Good weather and greater awareness that the Jersey shore has made huge strides in recovering from Superstorm Sandy helped make the second summer ...

  20. Devin Funchess embraces Michigan's No. 1 jersey

    The coveted Michigan No. 1 jersey returned to the playing field for the first time since 2004. And it did so in style.

  21. Michigan troopers join traffic safety initiative

    Lansing Michigan State Police troopers are putting special emphasis on dangerous driving behaviors over Labor Day weekend.

  22. Archdioscese of Detroit investigation finds Mount Clemens priest 'negligent' in duties

    The Archdioscese of Detroit has concluded an investigation into a Mount Clemens priest accused of not informing police quickly enough when an usher sexually ...

  23. Rams cut Michael Sam, first openly gay player drafted

    The seventh-round pick has been outspoken and confident as his progress was watched as closely as any rookie in the league. He has been cheered by athletes and ...

  24. Jim Brandstatter exceeds expectations in Michigan play-by-play debut

    Once again, I failed to give Brandstatter enough credit. I completely underestimated his professionalism and the diversity of his broadcasting skills. ...

  25. Corvette Museum to completely fill in sinkhole

    A massive sinkhole that swallowed eight prized sports cars won't be a permanent attraction at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.

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