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  1. State investigating Dearborn Heights voting allegations; city clerk under fire

    Allegations of voter fraud, suppression and discrimination in Dearborn Heights are leading state officials to launch an investigation and advocacy groups to call for federal monitoring of the election Tuesday, as well as the removal of the city clerk.

  2. Justin Verlander delivers when it counts as Tigers win series opener

    The Tigers scored three runs in the fifth, were able to keep the Rockies from tying the game in the seventh, then added their final run in the bottom of the seventh.

  3. Real Madrid superstar Ronaldo won't play in Michigan Stadium match

    One of the greatest soccer players in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo, will not play for Real Madrid against Manchester United Saturday in Michigan Stadium.

  4. Tears flow at funeral for Armada teen; police search nearby lake for evidence

    Police dredged a private lake in a tony Armada subdivision Friday in connection with the killing of a teen just hours after this quiet community said its final goodbye at April Millsap's funeral.

  5. Judge: Kilpatrick, frat brother must pay SEC $700K over lavish gifts, trips

    A federal judge ordered the former mayor and his fraternity brother to pay almost $700,000 to the SEC for receiving extravagant gifts from a businessman while serving on the city's pension funds.

  6. Review: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' revitalizes the space Western

    'Guardians of the Galaxy' is the most successful space western since the first 'Star Wars' trilogy.

  7. Couple charged with murder agree to have 3 dogs destroyed

    A Metamora couple was charged today with second-degree murder and possession of a dangerous animal causing the death of a Livonia jogger who was chased down and killed by two of their animals.

  8. Four-star receiver Cameron Chambers picks Michigan State

    While Chambers recently said his top-five schools were Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Wisconsin and Alabama, some recruiting analysts viewed it as a two-horse race between the Wolverines and Spartans.

  9. Tigers likely want David Price for long haul, at the risk of bloated payroll

    The Tigers understood two realities Thursday when they replaced the Richter scale with the Dombrowski scale as a new means for measuring seismic activity, at least in terms of big-league baseball transactions.

  10. By trading for an ace, Tigers also acquire a top dog — David Price's pup, Astro

    The Tigers manager acknowledged he's not sure what the team policy is on dogs. It's certainly worth looking into, now that David Price and his 4-year-old French bulldog, Astro, have been traded to Tigers Nation.

    • 3:57 PM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • AUTOS

    Senate bill: Auto execs who delay deadly recalls could face life in prison

    A senator who led hearings into General Motors' delayed recall linked to at least 13 deaths introduced legislation Friday that would allow for up to life in prison for auto executives who delay callbacks for defects that result in fatalities.

  11. Appeals court freezes Detroit bankruptcy appeals

    At the request of Detroit's creditors, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday froze pending appeals related to the city's eligibility for bankruptcy and ability to reduce pensions.

  12. Five keys to blockbuster deal: Added ace gives Tigers playoff edge

    In union with his devotion to power pitchers, Dave Dombrowski's mantra is a conviction that starters who are more like locomotives are the difference in those best 3-of-5 and 4-of-7 matches that define October's playoffs.

  13. Lions receiver Corey Fuller's speed may earn him role

    Fuller, a sixth-round pick in 2013, still has work to do as a route runner, but with his 4.4 speed, he's the best candidate to be a situational deep threat in the Lions' offense.

  14. Fair or Foul: Tigers will miss the minor-leaguers they gave up in July trades

    Actually, the trade amounts to Jackson and Smyly for Price and Ezequiel Carrera because without the roster room created by Jackson's departure, there'd be no ...

  15. Dave Dombrowski: Sacrificing offense for David Price not a significant risk

    Piecing together perhaps the most-intimidating starting rotation in all of baseball did not come without sacrifice for the Tigers. Most notably, they gave up ...

    • 12:30 PM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • AUTOS

    Chrysler's sales rise 19.7%; Ford climbs 9.6%; GM up 9.4%

    Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Co. all posted July sales gains Friday, led by Chrysler's nearly 20 percent sales rise over July 2013.

  16. Coaching trio tweaks Matthew Stafford's game

    Coach Jim Caldwell and offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi regularly sit in on quarterback meetings, and the two will talk about drills, concepts and techniques ...

  17. Debate over who sent troll-tastic text: A's Billy Beane or Tigers' Dave Dombrowski

    So, who really sent the text? A's general manager Billy Beane on Thursday told a reporter he received it from Detroit GM Dave Dombrowski, but the Tigers ...

    • 5:49 PM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • AUTOS

    Fiat shareholders OK Chrysler merger

    Fiat shareholders have voted in favor of a merger with Chrysler that has been five years in the works and will shift the 115-year-old carmaker's center of ...

  18. Tigers pay price for 3 Cy Young winners in arms race

    The arms escalation reached stunning heights Thursday as the Tigers pulled off a trade that was ruthless, bold and unconventional.

    • 11:23 PM, Jul. 31, 2014

    Detroit narratives don't tell real story

    A Michigan-born friend who lives in New York City now loves to remind me that few cities fascinate the Big Apple and its media more than Detroit, especially ...

  19. Universities don't get a pass on transparency

    Public institutions that receive public money should conduct their business before the public. Period.

  20. Two Michigan Lutheran facilities to house migrant children fleeing violence

    Farmington Hills — While most of the state's attention has been focused on Vassar and whether a facility there will house children who have fled Central America, two other ...

  21. Players stunned as deal's drama unfolds before them

    The fact that it came together so quickly — and so abruptly, for the players involved — made for a surreal scene Thursday afternoon, where the Tigers' 7-4 loss ...

  22. Tigers' Brad Ausmus on newcomer Ezequiel Carrera: 'He makes things happen'

    Tigers brass have wrestled for quite some time with a way, any way, to get Ezequiel Carrera up to the major leagues.

  23. Report: Lions' Nick Fairley gets 6-month suspended sentence, probation for DUI

    Fairley was given a six-month suspended sentence and one year of probation Thursday for his DUI charge from May 2012, according to WALA-TV in Mobile. Fairley ...

  24. Lions and other teams will have to mind their language this season

    Referees can penalize players this season for any language they consider abusive or threatening, whether it's racial slurs, comments about sexual orientation ...

  25. Lions receiver Kevin Ogletree drawing early notice

    Allen Park During training camp this season, Ogletree has raised some eyebrows, getting most of his reps with the first team alongside receivers Calvin Johnson and Golden ...

  26. Tyler Higby commitment might be start of big recruiting roll for MSU

    This could be a key stretch in recruiting for Michigan State, and it got off to a good start on Wednesday night when Houston Kinkaid offensive lineman Tyler ...

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