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  1. Metro Detroit residents ready to bid adieu to flood debris

    Sanitation workers continued to tackle piles of stinking, fetid debris left by last week's storms in several Metro Detroit communities Thursday.

    • 4:30 PM, Aug. 21, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • FORD

    Ford recalls 2014 Focus, C-MAX Hybrid cars for potential steering gear issue

    Ford Motor Co. on Thursday issued a safety recall for more than 600 2014 Focus and C-MAX Hybrid cars in North America for a potential issue with the steering gear that could result in loss of control.

  2. David Price tosses 1-hitter, Tigers still lose

    Not even David Price, with a display of pitching elitism only he could have put together, could save the Tigers in Thursday's classic at Tropicana Field.

  3. Schauer campaign: Investigate Snyder adviser for tax, voter fraud

    Lansing — Rich Baird, a top adviser to Gov. Rick Snyder, may be registered to vote and claiming property-tax-advantaged principle residency in two states, a Snyder spokeswoman confirmed Thursday.

  4. Snyder touts Michigan's gains, opens Detroit re-election campaign office

    Detroit Touting Michigan as 'the comeback state,' Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday spoke to a crowd of about 100 supporters while opening a campaign office on Jefferson in Detroit..

  5. Former Michigan star Denard Robinson adjusts to being out of spotlight

    Robinson was in a fishbowl of constant attention and interviews in his standout career at Michigan from 2009-12.

  6. Judge dismisses sexual assault charges against Tigers minor league pitcher Evan Reed

    A woman's claims that Detroit Tiger minor league pitcher Evan Reed raped her were not credible, a district judge said Thursday before dismissing sexual assault charges.

  7. 1-2 inches of rain Thursday hits parts of Wayne County

    Metro Detroit residents still dealing with the aftermath of the Aug. 11 downpours that flooded major freeways and damaged homes were dealt more rain and a flood advisory Thursday night.

  8. Less than one-third of investors offer to redeem water, sewer bonds

    Slightly more than 28 percent of Detroit's water and sewer bonds were tendered by bondholders before Thursday's 5 p.m. deadline, according to the municipal bond tracking service bondcompro.com.

  9. Detroit police, Humane Society probe slamming death of puppy on west side

    Detroit police say they are continuing to investigate the shooting of a coney island patron and the death of his 9-week-old puppy during a robbery Monday on Detroit's west side.

  10. Oakland prosecutor's contempt of court bid against judge dismissed

    Pontiac A prosecutor's effort to have Novi 52-1 District Judge Brian MacKenzie found in contempt of court was dismissed Thursday by an Oakland Circuit judge.

  11. Same-sex advocates ask federal judge to recognize 300 marriages

    Advocates for gay marriage asked a federal judge today to legally recognize the 300 marriages of same-sex couples in Michigan on March 22, the day after an historic ruling overtuned the state's ban on same-sex marriage.

  12. Lions vs. Jags: 10 things to watch

    Against the Jaguars, Lions starters will play into the second half, which is enough time to see just how the new offense and defense will look in 2014.

  13. Southgate police seek missing 13-year-old girl who may be runaway

    Police are looking for a 13-year-old girl they believe ran away from home earlier this week.

  14. Body found in Belleville Lake in search for missing swimmer

    Authorities have recovered a body late Thursday morning from Belleville Lake as part of their search for a young man who disappeared while swimming Wednesday ...

  15. Detroit, police union agree on new contract; members must vote

    Detroit — Detroit police officers will get a 15.5 percent wage increase over the next five years if they ratify a tentative contract the Detroit Police Officers ...

  16. Justin Verlander has good bullpen session, on track to start for Tigers on Saturday

    Verlander's morning bullpen session at Tropicana Field went breezily. It frees him to start one of the day-night doubleheader games against the Twins at Target ...

  17. Southfield's Malik McDowell in mix to play as MSU freshman

    McDowell, the 6-foot-6, 286-pound standout from Southfield, has drawn plenty of praise throughout camp and hasn't let a bizarre recruit journey affect his ...

    • 7:30 PM, Aug. 21, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Michigan may benefit from Bank of America $16.65B settlement

    Washington — Bank of America's record $16.65 billion settlement for its role in selling shoddy mortgage bonds — $7 billion of it geared for consumer relief — offers a ...

  18. High court hopeful's abortion stance stirs up Mich. Democrats before convention

    Lansing A decision by Court of Appeals Chief Judge William Murphy to run for the Michigan Supreme Court has stirred up opposition from pro-abortion rights forces ahead ...

    • 12:45 PM, Aug. 21, 2014
    • SCHOOLS

    Big Sean makes big impression on Detroit schoolkids

    Detroit rapper Big Sean has certainly played to bigger audiences, but he's never appeared before a more important one than on Thursday morning.

  19. Michigan State football announces captains for 2014

    Safety Kurtis Drummond and guard Travis Jackson, both fifth-year seniors, were joined by junior Shilique Calhoun as Michigan State's captains.

  20. Michigan State men's basketball team opens Big Ten schedule at home vs. Maryland Dec. 30

    Big Ten basketball will have a new look this season with Maryland and Rutgers joining the ranks and Michigan State will do its part in welcoming the schools to ...

  21. Survey: Lions' Ndamukong the guy NFL players would least like to fight

    Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is the player other NFL players would least like to fight, according to an ESPN survey.

  22. Michigan men's basketball team opens Big Ten schedule vs. Illini on Dec. 30

    With Rutgers and Maryland joining the conference this season, the schedule expands to four single-play games and five home-and-home matchups within the ...

  23. Lions kicking showdown will go down to the wire

    After seeing that both handle themselves well on and off the field, special teams coordinator John Bonamego said the decision will 'hinge on game performance' ...

    • 10:28 PM, Aug. 20, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    5 years bring occupants or hope to 31 vacant downtown Detroit buildings

    Detroit — In August 2009, there were 48 big empty buildings downtown. Walk through the city's central business district today and it's hard to believe there were that ...

    • 11:39 PM, Aug. 21, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Gov orders National Guard to begin leaving St. Louis suburb

    Ferguson, Mo. — Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday ordered the Missouri National Guard to begin withdrawing from Ferguson, where nightly scenes of unrest have erupted ...

  24. Tigers' brass unrelenting in chase for Cuban defector Rusney Castillo

    The Tigers were maintaining secrecy, but it is known they are heavily pursuing Castillo, 27, a right-handed hitter with speed and power, and with skills that ...

    • 5:25 PM, Aug. 21, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • FORD

    Ford expected to introduce new hybrid to meet federal fuel standards

    Ford Motor Co. plans to introduce a new hybrid vehicle or line of vehicles in 2018 that would compete against the Toyota Prius and help Ford meet strict ...

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