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  1. Detroit Land Bank's dilemma: How to handle squatters in foreclosed homes

    Detroit It looked like her time was up occupying the well-kept west-side brick colonial that Wayne County foreclosed on two years ago. But in Detroit, even cases that neighbors view as flagrant squatting are rarely clear-cut.

  2. Tigers bullpen lets one slip away in loss to Diamondbacks

    The Tigers not only suffered a bad defeat Tuesday night at Chase Field, they dumped at least a full day of managerial second-guesses on manager Brad Ausmus after Detroit lost, 5-4, to the Arizona Diamondbacks.

  3. Bond insurers grow 'more isolated' in opposition to Detroit's 'grand bargain'

    Detroit Bond insurers say they'll continue fighting the city's plan to dump $7 billion in debt and favor pensioners over financial creditors, but chances are they'll find fewer allies alongside them.

    • 11:35 PM, Jul. 22, 2014

    $8M in tax credits approved for Midtown development

    Plans advanced Tuesday to raze a Woodward Avenue building in Midtown commonly called the 'Hammer and Nail' because of its neon signs showing a hammer striking a nail on top of the 12-story tower.

  4. Lions training camp position previews: Defensive line

    Despite two lackluster seasons statistically, the Lions' strength on defense will again be up front, and as new coordinator Teryl Austin installs his new scheme, increased blitzes could lead to improves stats.

  5. Michigan State conditioning coach Ken Mannie keeps players strong for long run

    As he enters his 20th season, Mannie has become a leader in his field and now runs an entire department, one that includes far more than a GA nobody could ever find. A staff of six work full time for Mannie, three on football. He also has a graduate assistant and two interns.

  6. Residents of the 313 celebrate Detroit's 313th birthday

    Detroit After she heard the city will celebrate its 313th birthday this week, 6-year-old Anna Panek said: 'That's older than my dad.'

  7. Officials say SMART buses' future rides on tax vote

    Detroit The regional bus service SMART is asking voters for a tax increase in three counties and warns that if the millage fails, so does the entire system.

    • 11:27 PM, Jul. 22, 2014

    Celebrate Michigan in photos

    James Glasson's serene photo of sailboats at sunset advances to the finals of The Detroit News' Celebrate Michigan Photo Contest.

  8. Detroit, Campus Martius celebrate birthdays with Downtown Summerfest

    It's a parade of birthdays! And helping pump up the celebrations will be 313 butterflies, a T-shirt contest, outdoor movies, food, drink, tons of music and, a short distance away, a way-cool pop-up parade.

    • 11:06 PM, Jul. 22, 2014

    5 ways to protect yourself from identity theft

    It's an almost weekly occurrence: On Tuesday, Goodwill said its computer systems may have been hacked, leading to the possible theft of customers' credit and debit card information. The nonprofit agency, which operates 2,900 stores in the U.S., said it's working with federal investigators to look into a possible breach.

    • 6:41 PM, Jul. 22, 2014

    Choosing a kids play system can mean research for adults

    Swing sets are the epitome of casual summertime fun but buying one can feel overwhelming. They can range in price from $200 to $30,000, and most people have never spent much time researching them.

    • 6:58 PM, Jul. 22, 2014

    Phone store will give away school supplies

    The Cellular Connection is hosting its second annual 'School Rocks Backpack Giveaway' to benefit thousands of school children across the country.

  9. Michael Moore sticks to vision as Traverse City Film Fest turns 10

    Ask festival founder-programmer Michael Moore how the festival has changed as it enters its 10th anniversary year, and he pauses before saying, 'It hasn't.' At least not in attitude.

    • 7:00 PM, Jul. 22, 2014

    Pet of the week: Dixie

    Dixie is a 3-year-old Coonhound mix. She can be a little shy, but with positive reinforcement and love, she is sure to build her confidence.

  10. Unpretentious Rose's Fine Food offers diner fare with unique flair

    Lucy Carnaghi and Molly Mitchell quietly opened the doors of their 30-seat diner, Rose's Fine Food barely two weeks ago, and immediately the swivel stools at ...

  11. Ferndale Pub Crawl returns for charity

    The annual Ferndale Pub Crawl has been raising funds for local nonprofits since 1996. This year, the event will start Friday at the newly opened Twist ...

  12. Girl, cousin require therapy after assault

    Dear Abby: My granddaughter 'Cindy,' age 2, was being watched by her mommy's ex-sister-in-law and her sons. Cindy went to her mommy and said, 'Bubby hurt me.' ...

  13. 'Battle Creek' stars check out the real deal

    The city of Battle Creek is becoming a star magnet. CBS' new police series 'Battle Creek' is being filmed in Los Angeles, but its cast is making pilgrimages to ...

  14. Editorial: Michigan welcomes foreign investments

    Michigan has strong working relationships with several foreign countries Italy, Germany and Mexico among them because of the strength of its automobile ...

  15. 'Scandal's' Tony Goldwyn creates a new drama with 'The Divide'

    In his behind-the-camera roles as producer, director and writer, Goldwyn is exposing the ethical minefields of the justice system in a fine new drama, 'The ...

  16. Surgery may affect the nervous system

    Dear Dr. Roach: I have had hot flashes, similar to those experienced by post-menopausal women, ever since my coronary bypass in 1990. I can be sitting quietly ...

  17. Labor Voices: Charter schools fail the test of time

    Some 20 years ago, Michigan enacted legislation creating charter schools, with the goal of creating innovative educational opportunities for Michigan students. ...

  18. In Marshall, lessons from an oil spill

    July 26, 2010, is a day that no one at Enbridge will ever forget. On that day, nearly four years ago, our pipeline failed near Marshall, Michigan.

  19. Calling water a 'human right' doesn't wash

    According to the luminaries at the United Nations, water is a basic human right. Let's talk about the whole idea of 'rights' and how one would actually apply ...

  20. Protecting intellectual property

    The number of venture capital firms in the state has grown 44 percent since 2009, according to a survey released earlier this month. That's more than seven ...

  21. Weekend planner: Your guide to local events

    Catch Justin Timberlake at The Palace of Auburn Hills, waste away in 'Margaritaville' with Jimmy Buffett, see the cars at Concours d'Elegance and more.

  22. Clearing the air on Oakley

    As a longtime Oakley resident and village president pro tem, I'd like to respond to The Detroit News' July 8 article, 'Village, reserve cops find mutual gains.'

  23. Wednesday's TV/radio

    1, Cleveland at Minnesota, MLB

  24. Tickets on sale

    Pick up tickets for Rodrigo y Gabriela, Iggy Azalea, Kip Moore, Manheim Steamroller, Lecrae and more this weekend.

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