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  1. Three indicted in probe of cost overruns at Wayne County jail

    Detroit A one-man grand jury has indicted three current and former Wayne County officials as part of an investigation into millions of dollars in cost overruns in the county's stalled jail project.

    • 7:35 PM, Sep. 15, 2014
    • AUTOS

    GM compensation fund approves 19 death claims, beyond 13 confirmed by automaker

    The independent compensation fund overseeing claims from General Motors ignition switch recall has approved applications for 19 deaths in its first six weeks of operation.

  2. Michigan athletics proposes $168 million construction project; lacrosse stadium planned

    Funding, according to a letter signed by Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon, will be provided from a $100 million donation from businessman Stephen Ross and from athletic department resources and gifts.

  3. Syncora, Detroit have 'laid down the swords' in bankruptcy battle

    More than a year of litigation between the city and its most aggressive creditor has come to a close with a comprehensive settlement, attorneys in the city's bankruptcy case said Monday.

  4. 1 in custody in shooting of young girl riding bike in Detroit

    A person is in custody in the shooting of a 7-year-old girl, the city's latest young victim who was struck by gunfire as she rode her bike just outside the family home on the city's northeast side.

  5. Trevor Plouffe sac fly makes it a two-run game, Tigers lead 6-4

    The Tigers took control of the American League Central with big series victories over the Royals and Indians. Now, they look to finish the job, starting Monday night against the Twins.

  6. Anibal Sanchez could be the Tigers' secret weapon -- out of the bullpen

    Sanchez almost certainly won't be in the Tigers' playoff rotation, should they make it to their fourth consecutive postseason. That doesn't mean he can't contribute. In fact, they could really use his help.

  7. Monday breakdown: Two weeks in, these Lions remain a mystery

    After an opening win and a Game 2 loss Sunday afternoon, the one thing that is fair to assume, however, is that the Lions' defensive line is stout and could finally match its expectations of the past few years.

  8. Jack White: Detroit's cynicism prompted move to Nashville

    In a new interview with Dan Rather, Jack White discusses his relationship with Detroit, the difficulties of leaving town and the cynicism that led to his move to Nashville.

  9. Detroit City Council approves $275M in bankruptcy exit financing

    Detroit The Detroit City Council unanimously approved a resolution Monday supporting the $275 million in financing the city needs when it exits bankruptcy.

  10. Lions cut defensive back Nate Ness; he could go back to practice squad

    Ness was in for nine plays on special teams in Sunday's 24-7 loss to the Carolina Panthers, but did not play a snap on defense.

  11. Lions say signs pointing to CB Nevin Lawson missing rest of the season

    A season-ending injury to nickel cornerback Bill Bentley in the opener pushed Lawson up the depth chart. Lawson's injury could mean the Lions will either look at free agents or promote from the practice squad.

  12. 1 dead, others hospitalized from fire at Allen Park senior housing complex

    One person is dead and several others were taken to hospitals following an early morning fire at a senior citizen housing complex that prompted the evacuation of dozens of residents.

  13. Lions' snap count breakdown: Reggie Bush's role diminished in loss to Panthers

    The decision to feature Joique Bell likely had to do with him being a more physical runner against a hard-hitting Panthers defense, but ever after his fumble at the Carolina 27, the Lions stuck with Bell.

  14. Brand-new Lions done in by same old mistakes in loss to Panthers

    This wasn't a battering, not really. It was a bumbling, a bungling, a trip down misery lane. Against a tough defense, the Lions' offense made all the big ...

  15. Lions coach Jim Caldwell praises defense, says other issues can be corrected

    With three turnovers, including a costly fumble on a kickoff return by Jeremy Ross, the Lions let a close game slip away in the second half in dropping a road ...

  16. Central Michigan star Thomas Rawls suspended after alleged theft at casino

    Rawls, a former Michigan player, reportedly was arrested for allegedly stealing a purse and several credit cards this past spring at Soaring Eagle Casino in Mt. ...

  17. Trial starts for man accused of killing wife in Upper Peninsula

    Lawyers have given opening statements in the trial of a newlywed accused of killing his Iranian wife after they moved to Michigan's Upper Peninsula so she ...

  18. Michigan stands behind Devin Gardner, despite fans' pleas for Shane Morris

    Michigan offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier said that while the public has been calling for a change or even a slight changeup to backup quarterback ...

  19. Amtrak's Detroit-Chicago trip to get faster, plusher with upgrades

    Lansing The tracks have been cleared for the state to develop faster, cushier Amtrak service between Detroit and Chicago now that the Michigan Senate has ended its ...

  20. Cass Tech football coach misses first half of game searching for Jayru Campbell

    Campbell, who earlier Friday had been released from jail after serving time for an assault on a school security guard, had returned to the school. Then he got ...

  21. Detroit News Big Ten Power Rankings: Week 4

    Michigan State had a week off after last week's drubbing by Oregon, but the Spartans maintained their spot at No. 1 atop Matt Charboneau's Big Ten Power ...

    • 7:59 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    Detroit City Council to get first look at Red Wings arena

    Detroit Architectural drawings of the $450 million new home ice for the Detroit Red Wings to be unveiled this week show plans for a huge state-of-the-art ...

    • 6:29 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    Gamers' prank brings SWAT team raids

    Denver Authorities are increasingly concerned about a hoax in which video game players lash out at online opponents by making fake 911 calls that send SWAT teams to ...

    • 6:16 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    U.S., Iran fail to join forces over Islamic State's thrust

    Paris U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says he won't shut the door on the possibility of working with Iran against a common enemy in the Islamic State militant ...

    • 7:55 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    Women's Night Out will benefit Royal Oak PTA

    The fourth annual Royal Oak Women's Night Out is 6-9 p.m. Sept. 24 at Blackfinn Ameripub, 530 S. Main in Royal Oak.

  22. Daniel Alfredsson, 41, will miss part of Wings' camp with back injury

    Alfredsson didn't skate during Monday's informal conditioning skate he hasn't participated in them since early last week as he continues to be hindered by ...

    • 2:43 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    U.S. won't rule out working with Iran against Islamic State

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says he won't shut the door on the possibility of working with Iran against a common enemy in the Islamic State militant ...

    • 5:42 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    Miss America: Bigger issues to worry about than her red cup

    Atlantic City, N.J. While she realizes everything she does now will be scrutinized and commented on, Kira Kazantsev says she performed Pharrell Williams' song 'Happy' while ...

  23. Kerry Washington talks domestic abuse, motherhood

    Los Angeles 'Scandal' star Kerry Washington agree to do a public service announcement by The Allstate Foundation for its initiative called 'Purple Purse,' to raise ...

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