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  1. Tigers Mailbag: Joe Nathan shouldn't be closing on back-to-back days

    When Nathan pitches without a day off, opponents are batting .400 against him, with a .448 OBP. When Nathan gets at least one day off, he's been much better, so perhaps Joakim Soria should be getting the ball, instead, those days.

  2. Tigers' Joe Nathan unravels in ninth, wastes J.D. Martinez's heroic homer

    Martinez's three-run shot into the right-field loft in the ninth had with one dramatic cut, saved the Tigers from a 2-0 rubout and put them on top, 3-2. But the closer role that has been Detroit's problem child for two years is again officially in crisis mode.

  3. Surprise guilty plea for Oakland Twp. cancer doctor over false treatments, fraud

    Detroit Dr. Farid Fata, accused of giving chemotherapy to patients who didn't have cancer as part of an alleged scheme to bilk Medicare out of millions of dollars, has pleaded guilty to several counts of health care fraud, money laundering and conspiracy

  4. Missing girl,12, called in sick to school, disappeared, Canton police say

    A 12-year-old girl has been reported missing in Canton Township, police said Tuesday, sparking a search of nearby woods.

  5. Gunman releases hostages, surrenders at restaurant on Detroit's east side

    An hour-long standoff at a Detroit coney island ended late Tuesday when the suspect released six hostages and surrendered to police. No shots were fired.

  6. Allegation of assault in jail for Cass Tech quarterback

    The Wayne County Sheriff's Office is investigating an allegation that Jayru Campbell assaulted somebody while in the Wayne County Jail.

  7. Proposed cemetery on golf course site blocked by Detroit zoning board

    Detroit The city's zoning board on Tuesday denied an appeal by a group that purchased the former Rogell Golf Course on Detroit's far west side with plans to turn it into a cemetery.

  8. Former Detroit Library exec gets 10 years for bribery

    Detroit — Former Detroit Public Library executive Timothy Cromer was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years in prison for his role in a $1.5 million kickback scheme.

  9. Kilpatrick's brother-in-law gets probation, fine in stolen truck case

    Daniel F. Ferguson III, 43, has been sentenced to one year of probation and $12,000 in restitution stemming from charges he was driving a stolen pickup.

  10. Value of DIA art, pensions examined in Detroit bankruptcy court

    It was all about the method Tuesday in Detroit's historic municipal bankruptcy trial, as attorneys wrangled over specific methods used in calculating cuts to retiree pensions and the value of the city's artwork.

  11. Report: Lions look at three free-agent kickers, amid Nate Freese's struggles

    On Tuesday, the team hosted NFL veterans Rob Bironas, Alex Henery and Garrett Hartley for workouts, according to ESPN. Freese is 2-for-5 on field-goal tries this season, missing on two 49-yarders Sunday and a 43-yard attempt in the opener.

  12. Police search pool, Armada trail where April Millsap's body found

    Authorities searched part of the Macomb Orchard Trail in Armada on Tuesday as part of their investigation into the killing of April Millsap, the teen whose body was found there in July.

  13. Ferguson, Mo., unrest prominent theme in jury selection for Detroit officer's trial

    Detroit Racial tensions, the use of military equipment by police and the shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson, Missouri, officer were central themes Tuesday during the second day of jury selection in the case of Detroit police officer Joseph Weekley.

  14. Michigan freshman Bryan Mone meets challenges of family responsibilities

    Bryan Mone had to grow up faster than most kids his age. His older brother, Filimone, seven years his senior, is unable to feed or take care of himself. Bryan ...

  15. Retired attorney tapped to serve on 'grand bargain' oversight board

    Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday appointed a retired bankruptcy attorney from Huntington Woods to serve on a state board that will oversee Michigan's $195 million ...

  16. Tigers' Anibal Sanchez as bullpen option 'not unreasonable'

    The Tigers and Sanchez are quietly giddy about his accelerating bounceback from a strained pectoralis. The issue is whether Sanchez, a right-handed fixture in ...

  17. Michigan State football sells near-record 61,931 season tickets

    A year after winning the Rose Bowl, Michigan State football sold 61,931 season tickets, a significant chunk of Spartan Stadium's 75,005 capacity.

  18. Michigan State vows not to overlook Eastern Michigan

    As No. 11 Michigan State prepares to get back to the business of playing games following last week's bye, it's not exactly getting ready for a showdown with a ...

  19. Tigers interested in making Mike Hessman a coach, but minor-league slugger wants to play one more year

    Hessman, 36, this season made history, becoming the all-time International League home-run king, and surpassing the 400-homer mark. He's currently at 417, 67 ...

  20. Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio wants younger players to gain experience

    Following Michigan State's loss to Oregon, defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi suggested there would be changes to the Spartans' depth chart. Released Tuesday, ...

  21. Pistons' Brandon Jennings ready for game to rebound

    'I'm gonna be honest. It was my worst year,' Jennings said. 'Dealing with all types of things. The fractured jaw, losing weight, not being able to play ...

  22. Jack Morris on Tigers TV cameo: 'I hope there's an opportunity down the road'

    Morris was brought in by FSD brass looking to add a pitcher's perspective to the broadcast, a late-season addition that caught many by surprise. FSD is ...

    • 11:22 PM, Sep. 16, 2014
    • SPORTS

    Tuesday's high schools roundup: Roeper rolls to victory over Inter-City

    Max Whipple and Simon Reonnecke scored two goals each as Bloomfield Hills Roeper rolled to a 4-2 soccer victory over Allen Park Inter-City Baptist in Michigan ...

  23. Homecoming a way to gather ex-Detroiters who could give city boost

    The Detroit Homecoming will be held over three days to offer former Detroiters the opportunity to reconnect and reinvest as the city moves through bankruptcy ...

    • 10:22 PM, Sep. 16, 2014

    $450M Red Wings arena to keep away topless clubs, other businesses

    Details of the $450 million new home ice for the Wings outline everything from the footprint of the arena, to the number of residences that could be around it ...

  24. Three indicted in Wayne Co. jail face charges next week

    Detroit Three current and former Wayne County officials are scheduled to be arraigned at 9 a.m. Sept. 23 in Third Circuit Court on charges related to the downtown jail ...

  25. GM compensation fund death claims hit 131

    The victim compensation fund has seen a sharp increase in claims since Friday, including six additional death claims.

  26. House Dems defend NHTSA: 'The fault here lies squarely with GM'

    Two House Democrats criticized a Republican report that harshly criticized the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for failing to discover defects ...

  27. Macomb Community College teams with JPMorgan Chase to push Metro jobs, internships

    Macomb Community College and JPMorgan Chase will announce Tuesday a program to promote economic development and job growth in Metro Detroit.


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