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  1. See the Celebrate Michigan photo contest winners

    The Detroit News asked for your photo submissions for our eighth annual Celebrate Michigan Photo Contest, and you responded with shots that reflected everything under the sun, and especially everything under the sunset.

    • 12:06 AM, Sep. 3, 2014
    • METRO AND STATE

    Low-cost carriers could lift Detroit Metro airport

    Romulus Passenger traffic has been flat at Detroit Metropolitan Airport for several years, but at least 10 new nonstop routes offered by low-cost airlines with more possibly headed for the skies could break that trend.

  2. Lions QB Matthew Stafford, coach Jim Caldwell share one mission: Win now

    It's a new day for Caldwell, and Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, too. The Lions hired Caldwell in part because of his decade of experience working with Peyton Manning in Indianapolis. If Caldwell can improve Stafford's game, the team's potential will grow exponentially.

  3. Josh Katzenstein's game-by-game Lions forecast

    Lions beat writer Josh Katzenstein takes a game-by-game look at the Lions' regular-season schedule and offers up his predictions.

  4. Spartans relish the dare the Ducks present

    As Michigan State prepares for one of the biggest showdowns in college football this season, nothing should seem too big anymore.

  5. Lions then and now: Comparing the Caldwell and Schwartz regimes

    A look at the potential and expected changes from the Jim Schwartz Lions coaching regime to the new era of Jim Caldwell.

  6. 2014 could mark final year with the Lions for Ndamukong Suh, Nick Fairley

    Allen Park As the Lions approach the 2014 season, there's a chance it could be the final year for both Suh and Fairley in Detroit — a duo they drafted in back-to-back years hoping to solidify the interior of their defensive line for the long term. Both players will become unrestricted free agents next year.

  7. Lions' offensive upgrades have been well-received

    With Reggie Bush and Joique Bell in the backfield and catching depth with Golden Tate, Eric Ebron, Kevin Ogletree, Ryan Broyles and Jeremy Ross, the Lions might have their most potent offense since the days of Barry Sanders, Herman Moore, Brett Perriman and Johnnie Morton two decades ago.

  8. Wafer to learn sentence for shooting, killing teen on his Dearborn Heights porch

    The Dearborn Heights homeowner convicted last month for shooting 19-year-old Renisha McBride to death last fall will learn his sentence Wednesday.

  9. Lions benefit from harsh lessons Jeremy Ross learned

    Jeremy Ross called for a fair catch on his first NFL punt return for the Packers in Week 16 of 2012. On his second, he returned the ball 58 yards to the 7. But in the divisional round of the 2012 postseason, Ross muffed a punt that gave San Francisco the ball at the Packers 9 and led to the tying touchdown in a game the 49ers eventually won, 45-31.

    • 8:53 PM, Sep. 2, 2014
    • TECHNOLOGY

    How to protect your data in the cloud

    The circulation of nude photographs stolen from celebrities' online accounts has raised questions about the security of storing information over the Internet, a growing practice known as the cloud.

  10. Arab group's Mich. leader is face of change

    Fatina Abdrabboh is leading the local arm of what is touted as the nation's largest grassroots Arab-American civil rights organization. Founded in 1980, the ADC is dedicated to defending those of Middle Eastern descent against discrimination, promoting mutual understanding and preserving their cultural heritage.

  11. Aahar thrives by offering a wide variety of Indian fare

    Although Aahar serves dinner from an extensive menu, it is the appealing lunchtime buffet, served every day except Tuesday, that attracts a lot of attention.

  12. Muir leads 'World News'

    New York Among the stories David Muir will introduce during his first week as ABC's 'World News' anchor is one he reported about a generation of Syrian refugees missing out on an education.

  13. Aesthetic scavenger Bask returns to city

    Struck by the look of fading ads on the sides of forlorn buildings, Bask toys with pop-culture and advertising motifs, re-creating the weathered look of ...

  14. Gladiator Rock 'N' Run mixes challenges with fun for fitness buffs

    Crawling on your belly through mud, squirming through a dark underground trench, jumping into a pool of icy water, climbing a 14-foot rope and running nearly ...

    • 11:54 PM, Sep. 2, 2014
    • SCIENCE

    Study links shrinking sea ice, extreme winters

    Washington — Remember the polar vortex, the huge mass of Arctic air that can plunge much of the U.S. into the deep freeze? You might have to get used to it.

  15. 'Heroes' blood drive set for Sept. 11

    The Palace of Auburn Hills will team up with the American Red Cross to sponsor its annual 'Heroes' blood drive Sept. 11.

  16. Geek Fan Expo debuts this weekend

    Geek Fan Expo, a new genre convention, is launching this weekend at the Dearborn/Detroit DoubleTree hotel with voice actor Rob Paulsen and 'Star Wars' author ...

  17. Editorial: Find consensus to end bankruptcy trial

    It is in the best interest of the city, pensioners, and creditors to see that the so-called 'grand bargain' — the $816 million plan to lessen pension cuts and ...

  18. Hubby subjected to wife's nude parade

    Dear Abby: My wife walks around our house nude or topless with the shades open, and anybody walking outside can see in. Recently she did this while some ...

    • 10:48 PM, Sep. 2, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Hotels add host of fees to boost record profits

    New York — Forget bad weather, traffic jams and kids asking, 'Are we there yet?' The real headache for many travelers is a quickly-growing list of hotel ...

  19. Wednesday's TV/radio

    3 Washington at L.A. Dodgers, MLB

  20. Asian art scholar will speak at DIA

    Pratapaditya Pal, recognized as the foremost scholar on the arts and culture of the Himalayas and South and Southeast Asia, will discuss the Detroit Institute ...

  21. Man's prostate cancer decisions are personal

    Dear Dr. Roach: I am a 72-year-old male in good general health. I have been monitored for my prostate enlargement for a few months. Last week, my PCP did ...

  22. How partnerships build communities

    Like pieces of a mosaic fitting securely and strategically together, the range of current commercial and residential development projects in Detroit evokes an ...

  23. Can Rand Paul defeat neocon Hillary?

    U.S. foreign policy is a bipartisan fiasco. President George W. Bush gave the American people Iraq, the gift that keeps on giving. President Barack Obama is a ...

  24. U.S. needs lower corporate tax rates

    The Obama administration is highly exercised about 'inversion,' the practice by which an American corporation acquires a foreign company and moves its ...

  25. What I know and don't about Ferguson

    The one thing I know is that I don't know what it it's like to be a young black man who is confronted by a white police officer pointing a gun.

  26. Weekend planner: Your guide to local events

    See rocker Paul Weller at Saint Andrew's Hall, catch the Piano Guys at the Fox Theatre, marvel at the Universoul Circus and more.

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