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  1. Increased police attention at Detroit complex sends crime rates down

    Detroit The entrance to the Martin Luther King Apartments, once a popular spot for drug dealers, is quiet on a hot summer afternoon. Residents say it's the new reality in the formerly crime-ridden complex. 'It feels a lot safer than it used to,' said 33-year-old Shayla Parker, who enjoyed a recent sunny day sitting outside her unit with her 1-year-old son, Dalen. 'It's nice that the kids don't have to walk past all the dope dealers anymore.'

  2. Conflicting health care law rulings could impact thousands in Michigan

    Conflicting rulings from two federal appeals cast doubt Tuesday over the future of President Barack Obama's health care law, especially for for many low- and middle-income people who bought policies, including more than 270,000 people in Michigan.

  3. Airlines scrap Israel flights over missile fears

    In a sign of increased caution about flying near combat zones, several U.S. and European airlines halted flights to Israel today after a rocket landed near Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport.

  4. GM could add 1,750 jobs in $800M investment in Michigan with tax credit

    GM says it could create up to 1,750 new jobs and up to $800M in new investment in Michigan as the Michigan Strategic Fund today approved an amendment of the automaker's global state tax credit.

  5. Tony Dungy explains context, timing of interview about Michael Sam

    On Tuesday, Dungy, a native of Jackson, Michigan, sought to bring clarification to his comments, including the full context and timing of his interview.

  6. Divorce case exposes bickering between Michael Moore, wife

    Central Lake A lakefront mansion. Dueling movie producers. Super agents joining the fray. A drunken driving arrest. The possible hiring of private investigators. The divorce of Michael Moore has this normally sedate community northeast of Traverse City all atwitter. The filmmaker, 60, who split his time between a home here and one in New York, is leaving his wife of 22 years, Kathy Glynn.

  7. TJ Jones, Lions rookies ready for camp kickoff: 'Football is life'

    While the next few weeks will be grueling with practice six days per week and daily meetings, sixth-round pick TJ Jones said he's excited for his first NFL camp.

  8. 'I wouldn't classify this as a slump'; Justin Verlander's batting average plummets 334 points

    What you see in 2014 is a man having fun, which isn't something anyone anticipated from Justin Verlander. Not when he is batting, anyway.

  9. Orr wants Detroit to solicit proposals from bidders to run or buy parking department

    Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr is asking the City Council to sign off on a request that would allow Detroit to solicit proposals from bidders interested in running or buying its municipal parking department.

  10. Spartans snubbed on ESPN ranking of top defenses in college football

    Defensive efficiency is determined from a formula that includes three years of recruiting rankings, coaching tenure, returning starters, and defensive efficiency from previous years.

  11. Lions training camp position previews: Linebackers

    With defensive coordinator Teryl Austin taking over, the Lions will be much more aggressive, and that likely means the linebackers will blitz much more than the past few seasons.

  12. Torii Hunter, Austin Jackson homer to support Justin Verlander in Tigers' win

    Some nights, it all works out, even for a baseball team that occasionally makes its fans wish ballparks and television sets had never been invented. The Tigers avoided any undue drama or fan-damaging stress Monday in a 4-3 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks that balanced like a three-leg stool.

  13. Mark Howe's new book chronicles life as Mr. Hockey's son

    That Mark Howe, a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, reached the sixth decade of life and Gordie Howe his ninth while remaining confidantes, friends, colleagues and loving son and father is no small achievement.

  14. NHL offseason moves: Ted Kulfan breaks down winners and losers

    Three weeks into the offseason, it's been pretty quiet in the NHL with regard to trades and free-agent movement. Anything resembling a major move likely won’t happen until the start of training camp.

  15. Red Wings will be on NBC or NBCSN 15 times this season

    National television still loves the Red Wings. The team will appear 15 times across NBC Sports Group platforms, it was announced Tuesday.

    • 2:23 PM, Jul. 22, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • FORD

    Ford reveals details about engines in aluminum-body F-150s

    Ford today revealed details about the engines that will power the aluminum-body 2015 F-150, and showed the pickup is lighter than originally estimated.

    • 8:41 AM, Jul. 22, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Crash victims' remains reach Ukraine-held city

    The remains of the victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash arrived in territory held by the Ukrainian government today on their way to the Netherlands, after ...

    • 9:20 AM, Jul. 22, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Thirst for U.S. craft beer grows overseas

    Richmond, Va. — Helping to quench a growing thirst for American craft beer overseas, some of the United States' largest craft breweries are setting up shop in Europe, ...

  16. PBS looks at the fascination with Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance

    Tuesday night, PBS' 'History Detectives: Special Investigations' premieres an episode that purports to 'solve' a case familiar to most Metro Detroiters: the ...

    • 2:02 PM, Jul. 22, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Gaza rocket lands near Israel's main airport

    Jerusalem — A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip landed near Israel's main airport Tuesday, wounding one Israeli and prompting U.S.

    • 12:41 PM, Jul. 22, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • AUTOS INSIDER

    Judge orders PBGC to turn over documents in Delphi pension suit

    Washington — A Republican senator on Tuesday praised a ruling by a federal judge that ordered the government's pension insurer to disclose more documents ...

  17. Detroit's Ray McCallum stars as Kings win Las Vegas summer league

    McCallum, from the University of Detroit, scored 29 points and helped key a big Sacramento rally in the final minutes, as the Kings topped the Rockets to win ...

  18. Lions' Matthew Stafford drops three spots to No. 16 in Jaworski's QB rankings

    Ron Jaworski on Matthew Stafford: 'On talent alone he should be in the top 10 of this ranking, but I have to put him down at No. 16 because he missed too many ...

    • 11:18 AM, Jul. 22, 2014
    • SCHOOLS

    Charter schools more cost-effective in Michigan, 27 other states, study says

    A report released Tuesday by the University of Arkansas says charter schools are more cost effective and have a higher return on investment than traditional ...

    • 6:32 PM, Jul. 21, 2014
    • ENTERTAINMENT
    • MUSIC

    DSO celebrates 50 years of Meadow Brook

    To commemorate the DSO's first appearance at Meadow Brook Music Festival, the orchestra will return to the site for one night, almost a half-century to the day ...

  19. Neighborhoods Day aims to 'connect the dots of hope' in Detroit

    Detroit — More than 200 community events have been organized by block clubs, churches, businesses and other groups for the 8th annual Arise Detroit! ...

  20. Court: Ex-judge Wade McCree immune from civil suit

    Detroit — A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court's ruling that a disgraced Detroit judge cannot be sued by a defendant in a child support case he ...

    • 8:55 PM, Jul. 21, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Gov. Snyder, ex-Treasury chief urge closer ties between Michigan, China

    Gov. Rick Snyder and former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson Jr. teamed up Monday to emphasize why Michigan should continue to forge closer economic ties to ...

  21. Grosse Pointe Woods teens' hearing delayed in vandalism case

    Detroit — A hearing for three Grosse Pointe Woods teens accused of vandalizing downtown buildings with spray paint was adjourned Tuesday.

  22. Jury selection continues in Dearborn Heights porch shooting trial

    Jury selection continues today in the murder trial of Theodore Wafer, the Dearborn Heights homeowner charged in the November shooting death of Detroit teen ...

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