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  1. Tigers' Evan Reed blasts sexual assault claims against him: 'I did nothing wrong'

    Tigers minor league pitcher Evan Reed on Thursday said an Oakland County woman who has accused him of improper sexual relations during an alleged incident in March could be seeking attention by going after his status as a professional athlete.

  2. Tigers deal Austin Jackson, Drew Smyly for ace David Price

    The Tigers went shopping for a left-handed pitcher Thursday, and they got one. David Price is officially a Tiger. He sent out a tweet confirming the deal and thanking Rays fans. Price, the long-time Rays ace, joins a Tigers rotation that includes Max Scherzer, Anibal Sanchez, Justin Verlander and Rick Porcello.

  3. Couple face murder charges in dog attack on Livonia jogger

    Prosecutors filed second-degree murder charges against the Metamora Township couple they say owned two dogs that fatally mauled a 46-year-old Livonia jogger.

  4. Creditor groups ask federal court to delay action on Detroit bankruptcy appeals

    Five major Detroit creditor groups representing pensioners joined the city and State of Michigan on Thursday in asking a federal court to delay action on appeals or risk jeopardizing the bankruptcy 'grand bargain.'

  5. Snyder: Mich. home to less than 100 undocumented immigrant children

    Gov. Rick Snyder said Michigan is hosting 92 undocumented children connected to the influx of tens of thousands of Central American children into the United States as of early July but said the issue will not have an impact on the state's budget.

  6. Latest Detroit police raid nets weapons, drugs

    Police teamed up with federal and state authorities to conduct a narcotics blitz and warrant sweep Thursday in another highly publicized raid as part of the popular 'Operation Restore Order' series.

  7. Judge: Dearborn man 'had to know' punch could kill soccer referee

    A district court judge determined Thursday that there was enough evidence to send the case of a Dearborn soccer player accused of fatally punching a referee to trial on a second-degree murder charge.

  8. Tigers' huge trade for David Price comes at huge cost

    It was a big trade. It might have been a good trade. But it has little chance of being a great trade the Tigers made Thursday for David Price, a championship-brand left-handed starter the Tigers got with precisely that word in mind: championship.

  9. Town puts on pink in remembrance of slain Armada teen

    — Family and friends came out Thursday to pay their respects to a 14-year-old girl whose body was found in a wooded area.

  10. Ex-medical examiner disputes analysis of McBride's injuries in porch shooting

    Detroit — A firearms expert testifying for the defense Thursday was the second expert in the trial to conclude that 19-year-old Detroiter Renisha McBride was shot to death at close range — from two feet or less — by Dearborn Heights homeowner Theodore Waf

  11. Family of Wayne State law student slain last fall pleads for information

    — Nine months ago, Wayne State University law student and mother of three Tiane Brown was found dead inside her SUV in an overgrown lot on the city's east side. Her family members said they've lived in anguish every day since then.

  12. Five questions on David Price trade: Who plays in center field?

    Likely, Rajai Davis is going to get the immediate reps there, but the Tigers have called up Ezequiel Carrera, signed this offseason as a minor-league free agent. All he’s done this year is hit, and hit a lot — oh, and steal bases in bunches, too.

  13. Body found in Royal Oak cemetery may be missing Huntington Woods man

    Police found a body on Thursday afternoon believed to be that of a 59-year-old Huntington Woods man who went missing Monday.

  14. Suddenly, Tigers' Rajai Davis finds himself center of attention

    Davis, 33, for one, seems very open to the move. Get this: He said he feels playing center field actually is easier than playing on the corners.

  15. State's prison food service contract still under review ; decision likely soon

    — A Corrections department spokesman said Thursday Michigan's prison food service contract remained under review as two local officials and a liberal group ...

  16. Drama over big trade overshadows loss to White Sox

    The start of the game came first, of course, but the end of the game — a 7-4 defeat for the Tigers — didn't come until after one of the most unusual moments ...

  17. What they're saying about the Tigers' trade for David Price

    A look at what people around the country are saying in the wake of Thursday's blockbuster, three-team trade that brought ace David Price to the Tigers in ...

  18. Lions camp observations: Injury deals Michael Williams setback in switch from tight end to tackle

    Coach Jim Caldwell said Williams' injury isn't long term, but in order to make the team as at tackle, the former Alabama tight end needs all the reps he can ...

  19. Tigers' inconsistency makes it hard to tell what help they need

    It's scary how good they could be, or should be, especially with their starting pitching. And it's scary how easily their flaws could derail them.

  20. Gov's race shouldn't be this close

    The most comfortable bet I would make in this election season is that Gov. Rick Snyder would win re-election, and easily.

  21. MLB insider: A's deal for Jon Lester didn't force for Tigers' hand

    The A's and the Tigers are viewed by many as on a collision course for yet another postseason meeting. The Tigers have eliminated the A's in the Division ...

  22. Latest Barbecue at the Big House wows Michigan football recruits

    In recent years Michigan football's Barbecue at the Big House has become one of the most prominent weapons in its recruiting arsenal, but last Sunday's edition ...

  23. Lions' Larry Webster defeats learning curve

    The first thing the Lions changed was Webster's stance. During his two years in college, Webster said there wasn't any emphasis on how he lined up, but the ...

  24. Mark Dantonio thinks new playoff system gives teams like Michigan State a more fair shot

    Heading into 2014, the defending Big Ten champions are No. 8 in the preseason rankings. What does that guarantee for Michigan State? Nothing, but coach Mark ...

  25. Metro Detroit rowers compete for minimal recognition but maximum satisfaction

    As I watched clubs from all over Michigan and Ohio compete on Argo Pond — from the time-honored Detroit Boat Club to the Bomber Rowing Club in Ypsilanti — the ...

  26. Check out the replay of Josh Katzenstein's Lions chat

    Lions training camp is under way, and beat reporter Josh has been taking it all in. See what he had to say in a live chat Thursday.

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    • NATION-WORLD

    72-hour Gaza truce starts Friday

    — Israel and Hamas have agreed to a 72-hour humanitarian cease-fire to start Friday, the U.N. and U.S. said, although Secretary of State John Kerry cautioned ...

  27. 105.1 FM one-ups -- and ups and ups -- 97.1 FM with sky-high perch at Lions practice

    Radio rival 97.1 The Ticket is the flagship station for Lions games. It hasn't broadcast yet from Lions training camp but plans to do so. In the meantime, its ...

  28. $2.9M bid for Detroit Club may not be high enough

    The online auction for the once elite Detroit Club downtown ended at $2.9 million Thursday afternoon, but there are questions as to whether it was a high ...

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