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  1. Ian Kinsler homer helps Tigers top Indians

    With four runs batted in Thursday in a 7-5 victory over the Cleveland Indians including a three-run home run in the fifth Kinsler turned the game around for the Tigers. And for winning pitcher Justin Verlander (2-1) as well.

  2. Lacey Holsworth remembered for grace, toughness in memorial at Michigan State

    About 2,5000 people wearing bright colors Thursday evening came out to the Breslin Center to celebrate the life of Lacey Holsworth.

  3. Bankruptcy judge wants to hear from Duggan, council on debt-cutting plan

    It will be difficult for Detroit to prove it can implement a debt-cutting plan without support from Mayor Mike Duggan and City Council, the city's bankruptcy judge said today.

  4. Dan Dierdorf joins Jim Brandstatter in Michigan football radio booth

    Longtime Michigan analyst Jim Brandstatter will handle the play-by-play on the Wolverines' radio broadcast and will be joined in the booth by Dan Dierdorf, an NFL Hall of Famer and longtime broadcaster.

  5. Teen's lawyer: Beating of motorist 'spur of moment,' not hate crime

    Detroit A trial date was set Thursday for one of the accused assailants in the brutal mob attack on a Clinton Township motorist who tried to aid a child he struck with his truck on Detroit's east side.

  6. Detroit father accused of biting principal after child denied field trip

    The father of a Detroit elementary school student accused of biting and punching the principal was arraigned in 36th District Court Thursday afternoon, according to the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office.

  7. Oakland, Macomb reluctantly agree to new water talks; Wayne hails move

    Suburban officials today had mixed reactions to a bankruptcy judge's decision to order closed-door negotiations that could lead to a spinoff of the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department.

  8. Suspect dead after crash, shooting following break-in in Detroit

    A suspect who was shot during a break-in attempt on the city's west side early this morning was found dead after he crashed a getaway vehicle into a home across the street, injuring a woman in the home.

  9. Detroit News 2014 Guide to Public Golf Courses

    Our annual Guide to Public Golf Courses includes an interactive map and is updated with 2014 rates for courses in seven southeast Michigan counties.

  10. Red Wings' Danny DeKeyser grows quickly into role

    Danny DeKeyser, who played in 11 regular-season games and two playoff games (hand injury) a year ago out of Western Michigan, could be a key for the Red Wings as they open the Stanley Cup Playoffs tonight against the Bruins.

  11. Jayru Campbell readmitted to Cass Tech after body slamming incident

    QB Jayru Campbell has been allowed to return to the high school several months after he was accused of body slamming a school security officer.

  12. Red Wings' Darren Helm relishes another shot at the Stanley Cup playoffs

    Wings center Darren Helm feels fortunate to have the opportunity to be playing in the playoffs again. Helm played just one game last season because of a back injury, missing the postseason. He sat out the first 14 games this season (back, groin injuries).

  13. Snyder: Marquette County getting help after severe cold damages water lines

    Lansing Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday declared a state of emergency for Marquette County following widespread, severe damage to water and sewer lines caused by this winter's extreme cold.

  14. Detroit retirees need guarantee of state funding, union attorney says

    An attorney for Detroit's largest labor union today questioned how retirees could vote to accept monthly pension cuts without a guarantee that the Michigan Legislature will approve funding to bolster city pensions.

  15. Muskegon Heights man charged with killing three Detroit residents

    A 32-year-old Muskegon Heights man is charged in connection with three homicides in Detroit, the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office announced Thursday.

  16. Analysts: Lions unlikely to trade up for WR Sammy Watkins

    Since the Lions hosted former Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins on a pre-draft visit last week, there has been significant chatter about them potentially ...

    • 3:03 PM, Apr. 17, 2014
    • SCHOOLS

    Fired professor's suit alleges Wayne State defrauded U.S. of $169M

    A former Wayne State University assistantprofessor is suing the university and the university physician group, alleging they fraudulently submitted inflated ...

    • 4:18 PM, Apr. 17, 2014
    • RELIGION

    Hollywood changes script, tempts religious audiences

    Hollywood may be taking the Christian audience for movies seriously, judging by its roster of releases for 2014. But the reception for the first major offering ...

  17. Speedy Red Wings set to take on big, bad Bruins

    Uh, OK. This is different, even a bit awkward, like meeting the guy who took your plush corner office. It's different in more ways than we've ever seen, as the ...

  18. Mother reports toddler shot after attempted holdup

    Flint Police are investigating a reported robbery that resulted in a toddler being shot in the leg.

  19. Coach Mike Babcock tinkering with Red Wings lines

    So will it be the Pavel Datsyuk-Justin Abdelkader-Johan Franzen line out on the ice in the opener of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series Friday? Or will ...

    • 4:28 PM, Apr. 17, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • GENERAL MOTORS

    Judge: GM doesn't need to order customers to park recalled vehicles

    General Motors Co. won a major court victory Thursday, when a federal judge on Thursday said the Detroit automaker does not have to issue a 'park it now' alert ...

  20. Lions take Alabama's Clinton-Dix, Nebraska's Jean-Baptiste in Kiper's new mock draft

    Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is the Lions' first-round pick (No. 10) in the latest mock draft, version 4.0, by ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. Kiper projects the ...

  21. Pulte's blight vision gets torn down

    Did blight buster Bill Pulte really decide his work in Detroit was done and it was time to move on? Or did he get shoved out by the Duggan administration?

    • 9:37 AM, Apr. 17, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • CHRYSLER

    Chrysler updates its Dodge muscle cars

    Chrysler is expected to reveal refreshed versions of its Dodge Charger and Challenger muscle cars today at the New York International Auto Show featuring new ...

  22. Kentucky's James Young, Duke's Jabari Parker declare for NBA draft

    Duke freshman Jabari Parker is entering the NBA draft. Coach Mike Krzyzewski says in a statement Thursday it was 'an honor for us to have him in our program.'

  23. Lions host receiver prospect Marqise Lee

    Lee was a weekly highlight reel as a sophomore with USC in 2012 with 118 catches for 1,721 yards and 14 touchdowns, including a 16-catch, 345-yard performance ...

  24. Lions coach Jim Caldwell doesn't think players union 'has a place in college football'

    Growing up as the son of a General Motors worker, Lions coach Jim Caldwell is a supporter of unions. However, when a student asked Caldwell's opinion on ...

  25. Red Wings need 'Mule' to carry heavier scoring load

    Franzen has been known for having big playoff series during his career with the Wings, highlighted by his 13 postseason goals during the Wings' Stanley Cup run ...

  26. Gov. Snyder turns in signatures for re-election bid

    Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has made his re-election bid official by turning in more than 26,000 signatures from all 83 counties to election officials.

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