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  1. Red Wings set their sights on maintaining discipline for Game 2 against feisty Bruins

    The Red Wings were able to turn the other cheek against the Boston Bruins in Game 1 Friday, a key ingredient leading to their 1-0 victory. They'll have to maintain that composure throughout this series, given Boston's dangerous power play and desire to get the Red Wings involved in mayhem.

  2. Wayne County's tenuous fiscal position puts control of future at stake

    Major credit rating agencies continue to monitor the financial state of Wayne County as Executive Robert Ficano's deficit elimination plan has encountered skepticism from county commissioners whose approval is required.

  3. Column: U-M race fight riles Gratz

    Jennifer Gratz bristled when reports last week compared her University of Michigan fight with that of a young woman's from Detroit.

  4. Oakland County program exposes autistic teens to workplace skills

    Royal Oak For the group of about 20 teens on the autism spectrum, the prospect of saving a life, or maybe one day being part of creating such equipment that does so, got their hearts racing.

  5. 2 MSU grads turn dance program in Brightmoor into community affair

    It's not in a fancy studio with sprung wood floors and mirrors on every wall. It's not supported by going-rate tuition. But it's taking hold in the recreation room of the Brightmoor Community Center and its roots are spreading

    • 12:27 AM, Apr. 20, 2014

    Kansas speech by Michelle Obama draws complaints

    Topeka, Kan. (AP) — If expanding the guest list to include Michelle Obama at graduation for high school students in the Kansas capital city means fewer seats for friends and family, some students and their parents would prefer the first lady not attend.

  6. With 'Salem,' WGN America hopes to put a spell on TV viewers

    With 'Salem,' the Chicago network is entering the increasingly crowded field of original content. The hope is the new programs can lift WGN America from being largely a regional player to a top-tier national cable channel.

    • 7:53 PM, Apr. 19, 2014

    Pope seeks to bring faith to 'ends of the Earth'

    Vatican City — Pope Francis baptized 10 people Saturday and urged them to bring their faith 'to the ends of the Earth' as he presided over an Easter Vigil in St. Peter's Basilica.

  7. Subaru awaits Toyota U.S. plant decision as it lifts output

    Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.'s Subaru, which added more U.S. market share than any international carmaker last year, is pushing ahead with U.S. expansion plans as it awaits a Toyota Motor Corp.

  8. Road kill bill would make claiming animals simpler

    Lansing — Getting a drive-through meal could take on new meaning in Michigan if legislation is approved making it easier to take home road kill.

    • 1:28 PM, Apr. 18, 2014

    More vets turn to prosthetics to help legless pets

    More veterinarians are using wheelchairs, orthotics and prosthetics to improve the lives of dogs that have lost limbs to deformity, infection or accident. The move is driven by persistent pet owners.

  9. Morgan Spurlock documenting wide range of subjects for CNN

    Documentarian Morgan Spurlock has focused his cameras on everything from the fast food industry to education. The new season of his CNN series, '

  10. Editorial: High taxes hamper real estate growth

    The Detroit real estate market is rebounding. But it's still hard to buy or rent property in the city, and high property taxes discourage investment. Combined with speculative pricing and red tape, these hurdles burden real estate sales.

  11. Today's TV/radio

    1 L.A. Angels at Detroit, FSD/1270

  12. Readers talk living wage, taxes

    Re: Jarrett Skorup's April 17 column, 'Politics over people in minimum wage hike':

  13. Schedule could prevent Tigers from attracting 3 million fans

    Baseball's schedule-maker appears to have issues with the 2014 Tigers. Heading into Friday evening's tussle against the Angels, on a day when the sun ...

  14. Dan Dierdorf and Jim Brandstatter weigh in on their history at Michigan

    The stories the two share aren't about the grueling nature of playing in the trenches or the demands of their coach, Bo Schembechler. No, they talk about their ...

  15. Max Scherzer keeps cool as Tigers snap skid in Angels series

    Saturday afternoon, Scherzer gave the bullpen the relief it needed, going seven innings and stifling the Angels en route to a 5-2 win at Comerica Park.

  16. Bruins' focus for Game 2 against Red Wings: Create more scoring opportunities

    The Bruins were satisfied with their physical game, and felt they were fine defensively, limiting the Red Wings' scoring chances. But it was their own lack of ...

  17. Red Wings expect Game 1's tight style of play to set tone for series

    If you thought Game 1 between the Red Wings and Boston Bruins was tightly played, with infrequent scoring chances and defense dominating, well, expect more of ...

  18. FBI investigates potential bomb threat on Delta flight from Detroit to Denver

    A Delta Air Lines flight from Detroit to Denver reported a bomb threat during landing Friday afternoon, forcing the plane to land in a remote area of the ...

  19. Record Store Day treats customers to exclusive releases

    Detroit Every day, People's Records in Midtown is packed wall-to-wall with second-hand vinyl from various genres. On Saturday, the 600-sq.ft. shop was packed with ...

  20. Saturday's NHL playoffs roundup: Blackhawks cheap shot puts Blues in the driver's seat

    Vladimir Tarasenko and St. Louis were in trouble Saturday before a vicious hit by Chicago defenseman Brent Seabrook provided an opening for the Blues. That ...

  21. Capuchin Soup Kitchen helps community enjoy Easter

    Detroit When Sarbinthe Martin was nine years old, she and 9 of her 12 siblings started coming to the Capuchin Soup Kitchen's youth program on the city's east side.

  22. Literacy volunteers in Metro Detroit help break down language barriers

    Nearly half of Michigan’s adults — 44 percent — have minimal literacy skills, no greater than those necessary to perform simple, everyday activities, according ...

  23. Why do you care how much money Matthew Stafford makes?

    Stafford ranked sixth among the magazine's list of the 50 top-paid athletes in the world. His listed salary of $31.5 million was topped only by Floyd ...

  24. Tigers manager Brad Ausmus still has replay system under his review

    Though he's only lost one challenge — the infamous 'involuntary release' play on Andrew Romine's release of the ball on an attenpted double play — some of the ...

  25. Small plane crashes in Michigan field, killing 2

    Venice Township, Mich. — Authorities say a small plane crashed in a Michigan farm field, killing the pilot and his passenger.

    • 12:16 AM, Apr. 20, 2014
    • SPORTS
    • GOLF

    Saturday's golf roundup: Michelle Wie wins LOTTE Championship in her old stomping grounds

    The 24-year-old American finished at 14-under 274 after coming into the final round trailing third-round leader Angela Stanford by four shots after Friday's ...

  26. Long wait, quick end to Hank Aaron's chase of Babe Ruth

    The gray finger twisted and spun downward outside the airplane window. This was the start of the second part of a two-season segment of baseball history.

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