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  1. Michigan GOP braces for tea party showdown

    Michigan Republicans are gearing up for a showdown at their state convention Saturday that could unite the GOP for the general election or embarrass Gov. Rick Snyder by exposing deep ideological divisions.

  2. Flood of garbage has Metro Detroit communities, residents talking trash

    Troy Nothing like a week of dealing with stinky, sewage-sopped trash to turn normally civil people ugly. A seemingly endless parade of licensed haulers and private citizens have flowed into the South Oakland County Resource Recovery Authority hoping to rid themselves of sewage-tainted and ruined property from last week's flooding, even as another storm bore down on the area Tuesday evening.

  3. Regional Transit Agency reaches deal to hire head of Ann Arbor authority

    Michael Ford, the CEO of the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority, has reached an agreement to become the Regional Transit Authority's first CEO.

  4. History shows Tigers way ahead on trading prospects

    Detroit Good luck to Corey Knebel and Jake Thompson on their Rangers careers, and the same for Willy Adames on his new life in the Rays system.

  5. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford poised to take the next step

    Most of the changes for Stafford will be mental and fundamental this season as he tries to lead the Lions to the playoffs for the first time since 2011.

    • 12:11 AM, Aug. 20, 2014

    Peace remains elusive in Ferguson

    They've lined the streets with police in riot gear, brought in a new black commander with an empathetic manner, imposed a curfew, lifted it and deployed the National Guard and still the violence erupts nightly in the town of Ferguson, Missouri.

    • 8:27 PM, Aug. 19, 2014

    Meager raises mark recovery except for rich

    Call it the no-raises recovery: Five years of economic expansion have done almost nothing to boost paychecks for typical American workers while the rich have gotten richer.

  6. Hunt for photo prospects pays off

    Lawrence Surhigh of Warren was staying on Mackinac Island on a cool, rainy October day.

  7. Macomb Marine Division shows off newest boat in its fleet

    Harrison Township The Marine Division of the Macomb County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday displayed one of its three new patrol boats bought with a federal grant.

  8. Eminem teams up with Rihanna for another major Detroit concert

    Two superstars. One Monster concert event.

    • 7:54 PM, Aug. 19, 2014

    Fall fashion trends from sweaters to Santa Fe

    It may feel like summer outside, but many stores are showing styles for cooler weather. Here are some tips and trends to help your wardrobe look 'clean and fresh for fall.'

    • 8:44 PM, Aug. 19, 2014
    • TRAVEL

    Vibe of Graceland Too changes after owner's death

    The Elvis Presley-congested rooms of a north Mississippi roadside museum are missing their kinetic buzz since owner Paul MacLeod left the building.

    • 8:20 PM, Aug. 19, 2014

    Google's IPO launched decade of revolutionary big bets

    San Francisco Google's IPO, a decade ago this week, launched the company on a trajectory that continues to reshape its business and much of the world in its orbit.

  9. Specialties and homemade inventions give Mimi's Bistro personality

    Bouquets of fresh flowers casually displayed atop the tables and on the counter overlooking the kitchen set the tone at Mimi's Bistro, where the housemade fare is as pristine as the snapdragons and mini red carnations in Ball jars.

  10. Fundraisers will aid Growing Hope Center

    Ypsilanti's Growing Hope center is hosting the first installment of its Chefs in the Garden fundraising dinners for 2014.

  11. AWB is still funky after all these years

    They call themselves AWB, but the Scottish funk group that Allen Gorrie, Onnie McIntyre and four of their countrymen launched in the early '70s was known for ...

  12. Pet of the week: Bradley

    Bradley is a 2-month-old Pit Bull pup who's full of energy and ready to start puppy classes.

  13. Blue set to go up against gray in Jackson Civil War Muster

    The Jackson Civil War Muster will celebrate its 30th anniversary this weekend. The free event has become the largest and longest-running Civil War re-enactment ...

  14. Husband's focus on past upsets his wife

    Dear Abby: I'm married to the love of my life. I can't imagine loving a man more than I love '

  15. Attitude toward TV sees rise as programs evolve

    A survey of 700 people in the U.S. with Internet and television connections found that 28 percent said they're watching more television. That may not seem like ...

  16. Who should run Detroit's schools?

    School choice, at least in the form of charter and traditional public schools, is spreading rapidly in Detroit. And while that's a promising development for ...

  17. Frankenmuth Brewery's Old Detroit Amber beer back on market

    In the late 1800s, long before the Michigan beer boom began, Frankenmuth Brewery was making craft beer. Tuesday, the brewery announced it is resurrecting a ...

  18. Hyperparathyroidism surgery recommended

    Dear Dr. Roach: My primary-care doctor sent me to an endocrinologist after my blood test showed that I have high calcium levels in my blood (10.7 and 10.8) and ...

  19. Today's TV/radio

    3 Little League World Series, South Korea vs. Japan, ESPN

  20. Republicans have a plan to create jobs

    Our country has long been predicated on and flourished under the belief that a good, honest day's work brings success.

  21. The battle for the Michigan GOP

    The tussle between Michigan Republicans over the re-nomination of Lt. Gov. Brian Calley may be getting the headlines, but it is little more than a proxy war ...

  22. Labor Voices: Debbie Stabenow pushes to bring jobs home

    Legislation sponsored by Michigan's own Sen. Debbie Stabenow that would have provided tax credits for American companies to bring home jobs from overseas while ...

  23. How to help grow Detroit

    In Detroit, economic prosperity leads the discussion regarding the region's long-term vitality. Beneath its fiscal problems is the tenacity of its citizens ...

  24. Gov. Snyder is no George Wallace

    If it's hard for you to think of mild-mannered, former business executive Rick Snyder in the mold of erstwhile racist southern politician George Wallace, that ...

  25. Will the real Mark Schauer please stand up?

    The greatest credential for a politician is showing their loyalty to their beliefs. That's how you rally your base, shore up your supporters, and gain ...


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