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  1. 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.

    • 6:34 AM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • CHRYSLER

    Chrysler's US sales rise 19.7%

    Chrysler Group LLC said Friday its U.S. sales for July rose 19.7 percent to 167,667, with each of its brands growing sales as it marked its best July since 2005.

  2. Lack of streetlights, people walking in streets faulted as Detroit traffic deaths spike

    Detroit A shortage of working streetlights, pedestrians walking in the street instead of using sidewalks and motorists texting while driving are largely responsible for a sharp increase in fatal and critical traffic accidents in Detroit, according to police.

  3. Jackson County candidate did 33 years for murder, says he has changed

    Jackson Tim O'Neill will be scrapping for votes Tuesday. His own mother wouldn't vote for him. More understandably, neither would the children of the man he killed.

  4. 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 they want Cooter to run.

    • 6:38 AM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • CHRYSLER

    Fiat says ciao to Italy as merger with Chrysler ends era

    Fiat SpA, Italy's largest manufacturer and a symbol of the country's struggle to adapt to globalization, is leaving home after 115 years.

  5. 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 to the White Sox quickly became an afterthought.

    • 11:23 PM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    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 once its dysfunction became the epicenter of American bankruptcy.

  6. Universities don't get a pass on transparency

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

  7. 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.

    • 7:23 AM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    35 killed, soldier missing as Gaza truce unravels

    A Gaza cease-fire quickly unraveled today as violence erupted in and around the southern town of Rafah, with 35 Palestinians killed by Israeli shelling and the military saying one of its soldiers may have been abducted.

  8. 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, an irreverent mix of mismatched characters, heavy-handed baddies and huge battle sequences spiced up with sharp one-liners and a healthy helping of attitude.

  9. Designers embellish with flair in unexpected places

    One reason that a more modern aesthetic currently is appealing to a broader segment of consumers is because it's showing a softer side. Even when the dress-up is low-key, it can be so dramatic.

    • 11:56 PM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Customs kiosks at Detroit Metro designed to save time, maintain security

    Romulus— It seemed pretty simple to Jack Adams: place his passport into a slot, put his face closer to a kiosk screen and in minutes he's halfway through the customs ...

  10. Legal troubles cloud campaign for 1st District House seat

    Detroit State Rep. Brian Banks hopes Democratic primary voters in the 1st House District will overlook his past and ongoing legal troubles and reward him for perfect ...

    • 11:12 PM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Gov, Ford woo business leaders in D.C. to invest in Michigan

    Washington Michigan business executives and the state's governor wooed about 50 business leaders and other officials in Washington on Thursday, trying to prod them into ...

  11. Review: Lead actor better than film in 'Get on Up'

    You're better off watching a clip of James Brown on YouTube, and that's the problem with 'Get on Up' as a whole: It just can't match the stature of its subject, ...

  12. Art therapist: Fiber work relaxing

    Kelly Darke is an art therapist by day and a fiber artist by night. The busy Westland resident creates one-of-a-kind wearable and decorative art made with ...

  13. Mich.'s biggest roundabout to ease traffic flow in Oakland

    It's been in the planning stages for years, but Oakland County's plan to improve safety and traffic flow at the uber congested 14 Mile/Orchard Lake ...

  14. Lansing's biggest park reopens after 28 years

    Lansing's largest park, which closed more than a quarter-century ago when industrial waste was discovered, is back open.

  15. Review: 'Magic in the Moonlight' needs more of the former

    Certainly Woody Allen's weakest film in years, 'Magic in the Moonlight' takes place in wealthy, sun-dappled estates owned by English and American folk in ...

  16. Pistachio crust makes best of chicken breast

    This recipe from Bon Appetit combines the nuts with panko for a crusty coating over chicken breasts that have been slathered with mustard and herbs.

    • 12:14 AM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    Society Confidential: Detroit in the Hamptons

    Several Metro Detroiters converged on the Hamptons on the weekend for a variety of celebrations and causes. The main event was Russell Simmons' Rush ...

    • 7:11 AM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Taiwan gas pipeline blasts kill 25, injure 267

    Kaohsiung, Taiwan — Heavy machinery pulled vehicles from huge trenches gouged by explosions along an underground pipeline in Taiwan's second-largest city that ...

  17. Allison Williams in 'Peter Pan' continues cross-dressing tradition

    The stage musical version of J.M. Barrie's story has traditionally made Peter's refusal literal by casting a grown woman in drag to play theater's most famous ...

  18. Hydrangeas dazzle — and look great dried

    Hydrangeas continue to be the darlings of the garden world, and mine are putting on a grand show right now. Happily, the cool weather has extended the life of ...

  19. Tips to prep for a late-summer outdoor party

    If you listen to the weather in the summer, you will likely hear about those pop-up thunderstorms that can occur. But a party on your deck or patio with family ...

  20. Michigan man to have surgery for rare condition

    Burlington — A Michigan man is scheduled for surgery later this month in California on his abnormally large scrotum, the result of a rare condition.

    • 6:33 AM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Large team of experts reach Ukraine crash site

    Hrabove, Ukraine — A team of several dozen international investigators descended Friday on the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site in eastern Ukraine to ...

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