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  1. Lions, Suh far apart, but not parting ways - yet

    Finally, they've reached an agreement. Moments before the start of the training camp, the Lions front office announced the team had tabled negotiations on a contract extension with All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.

    • 10:54 PM, Jul. 28, 2014
    • AUTOS

    Delay denied for auto recall database; launch set for August

    Washington — Car, truck and motorcycle owners and used vehicle shoppers soon will be able to submit VIN numbers online at a government website — and at the sites of all major automakers — to find out immediately if vehicles have any unrepaired recalls.

  2. Familiar faces square off in Democratic primary for Peters' seat

    Three former and current Democratic elected officials are battling to replace U.S. Rep. Gary Peters of Bloomfield Township in the Aug. 5 primary, and they aren't shy about mixing it up.

    • 11:31 PM, Jul. 28, 2014

    Beaumont turns to 'kindness curriculum' as schools target doctor shortage

    Fifteen seconds can separate a good doctor from an excellent one. That’s one of the lessons students glean at the 3-year-old Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine in their first week.

  3. Michigan State will use its status as Big Ten's 'second-best'

    At the Big Ten's Media Days at the Chicago Hilton, there was no question who the Big Ten champion was last season. The contingent from Michigan State proudly displayed its reward after last year's conference title and Rose Bowl victory.

    • 6:19 AM, Jul. 29, 2014

    Israel hits symbols of Hamas power in Gaza war

    Israel struck symbols of Hamas' control of Gaza and the strip's only power plant today, escalating its military campaign against the Islamic militant group with the heaviest bombardment in the fighting so far.

  4. Volunteers power Forgotten Harvest's seed-to-table farming effort

    While community gardens are everywhere, Forgottten Harvest Farms is different: It's a professional farm, designed to produce at high yields to ensure a reliable supply of fresh vegetables year-round.

  5. Daniel Howes: Culture overhaul is up to GM insiders

    Six months after stepping aside as General Motors Co.'s fourth CEO in five years and leaving his successor with a searing recall crisis, Dan Akerson tells The Detroit News 'we all ... didn't fully realize how deeply some of the problems ran.'

    • 12:16 AM, Jul. 29, 2014

    They vote early, and often

    Even when you're old enough to live in a retirement community, it turns out, there's peer pressure. At least at Fox Run, nobody is leaning on you to skip school. The pressure there is to vote.

  6. Portraits, works by emerging artists show great talents in 2 exhibits

    Detroit filmmaker and artist Nicole Macdonald has created a series of enormous paintings of Detroit heroes past and present, and several artists are part of the 'Rising Suns' show.

  7. Common complaint for Detroit's M-1 Rail: It doesn't go far enough

    Detroit With construction underway on the much-delayed M-1 rail project, organizers believe that once streetcars are moving up and down Woodward in two years, a skeptical public will be won over.

    • 6:36 AM, Jul. 29, 2014

    US, EU preparing new sanctions against Russia

    Brussels — The United States and the European Union are preparing a powerful one-two punch against the Russian economy, with EU ambassadors meeting Tuesday to discuss a dramatic escalation in the trade bloc's sanctions.

  8. Carjacking leaves 20 year old dead in Detroit

    Detroit police are seeking suspects in a carjacking that left a 20-year-old man dead Monday night on the city's west side.

  9. State parks to celebrate endangered species act

    The state Department of Natural Resources is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Michigan's Endangered Species Act with a week of programs in several state parks.

    • 11:16 PM, Jul. 28, 2014

    US companies increasingly fish for growth overseas

    San Francisco Major U.S. companies are starting to reap their most rapid growth in fertile lands of opportunity far from home.

  10. 22 civilians reported killed in east Ukraine

    Kiev, Ukraine — Local authorities in eastern Ukraine say at least 22 civilians have been killed in one day by shelling.

  11. New Drive Table Tennis Social Club brings pingpong downtown

    Get social, put down the smartphone and pick up a pingpong paddle at Drive Table Tennis Social Club. Also, hotly anticipated Antietam opens, and Dakota Inn ...

  12. Iran leader calls for arming Gaza to fight Israel

    Tehran, Iran — Iran's supreme leader on Tuesday called on Muslims from around the world to help arm Gaza Palestinians in their fight against Israel.

  13. White House chef's book tells all about fixing food for a first family

    Former White House chef John Moeller has written a recipe-filled book about his experiences, 'Dining at the White House: From the President's Table to Yours.'

  14. Honda's quarterly profit up on Asian sales growth

    Tokyo — Honda's quarterly profit surged nearly 20 percent on demand for remodeled cars in Japan and elsewhere in Asia. The Japanese automaker also raised its ...

  15. Leon & Lulu seeks vendors for Made to Eat in Michigan event

    Leon & Lulu in Clawson will introduce Made to Eat in Michigan for people to sample food from vendors across Michigan.

  16. Grapevine: Keith Urban's Boston concert turns into booze-fueled mayhem

    Nearly 50 concert goers were treated on site at Saturday night's Keith Urban concert in Mansfield, Massachusetts, and another 22 were hospitalized with alcohol- ...

  17. Party a prelude to fundraiser that helps grieving children

    Van and Lori Conway invited about 100 people to their luxurious Franklin home on July 21 for a lavish cocktail party supporting Yatooma's Foundation for the ...

  18. Christopher Scoates named new Cranbrook Academy of Art director

    Christopher Scoates will be the new director of the Cranbrook Academy of Art & Art Museum, the Bloomfield Hills graduate school of art and design announced ...

  19. Cities should cut costs, not raise taxes

    Voters in Mount Clemens must decide Aug. 5 whether to approve a hefty 5-mill tax increase that officials say is necessary to maintain current services. It's ...

    • 6:25 AM, Jul. 29, 2014

    Passengers stuck in Hawaii for 3 nights get cash

    Wellington, New Zealand — A group of Air New Zealand passengers were stranded for a third night Monday after being repeatedly told their plane was delayed due ...

    • 6:54 PM, Jul. 28, 2014

    App of the Week: GasBuddy

    While you're on your mid-summer road trip, use the GasBuddy app to find the cheapest gas in the vicinity.

  20. Hot glass and cold beer at Dearborn art studio

    Meld your love for beer and art at the Glass Academy in Dearborn with demonstrations and Michigan-made craft beer.

  21. Tuesday's TV/radio

    7 Chicago White Sox at Detroit, FSD/97.1

  22. Detroit, Michigan's newest craft beer city

    Detroit is known by many nicknames: The Motor City, Hockeytown, 'The D', Motown. The last moniker on this list is in large part due to young entrepreneurs in ...

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