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  1. David Price's 12-game stretch better than any recent Tigers' run

    Price arrives as a sizzling pitcher. Since the end of May, he's pitched extremely well, and to this extent, comparisons are fair.

  2. Groups keep pressure on Detroit over water shut-offs as moratorium's end nears

    Detroit City officials are continuing to compose a plan to deal with delinquent customers as the moratorium on Detroit water shut-offs approaches its end at midnight Monday.

    • 9:57 PM, Aug. 1, 2014

    Metro Detroit couple's ice pop dream not on ice anymore

    Detroit Hildie Haviland is like a lot of home chefs for whom necessity is the mother of invention. She started making her own ice pops when her lactose intolerance made ice cream and other desserts off limits.

  3. Macomb County voters face millage requests

    Officials from Eastpointe and Mount Clemens are urging residents to support millage issues Aug. 5 that they say could stave off financial crises in the two Macomb County cities.

    • 9:00 PM, Aug. 1, 2014

    Streaming on Yahoo makes best of music industry struggles, boosts revenue

    Live Nation's partnership with Yahoo to stream one live concert every day is a rare win for music fans.

  4. Anticipated 100,000-plus crowd shows soccer has made it here

    For one thing, even a star like Wayne Rooney never has played before 100,000 fans. 'I've only ever played before as many as 90,000, in games at Wembley,' he said of London's hallowed home for England's national team.

  5. As Tigers await David Price's arrival, it's back to business as usual

    David Price was still in Florida tying up loose ends — he would arrive today. Austin Jackson and Drew Smyly had said their goodbyes and were off to join their new teams.

    • 9:59 PM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Porsche ute, the sequel: 2015 Macan

    How do you sell a Porsche SUV? Strap customers into a Cayman and let them loose on a high-speed test track.

    • 10:06 PM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Auto review: Bentley's Flying Spur and Mulsanne sedans

    $110,000 can buy a nice addition to the house, put a kid through college, or buy a family of four the globe-trotting trip of a lifetime.

  6. 9 graphic novels for light summer reading

    Looking for some fun, light reading for yourself or for the kids? Here are some recent and coming-soon all-ages graphic novels to pack for the beach.

  7. GOP candidate for state House says financial, campaign records stolen

    Lansing — She knows it wasn't the dog, but a Republican candidate for the state House in Oakland County claims someone stole her campaign finance records.

    • 9:37 PM, Aug. 1, 2014

    Pentecostals will showcase 'a different side of Detroit'

    Detroit is the destination this weekend for Pastor Stephen Shaw and more than a dozen members of his Alabama church.

    • 6:51 PM, Aug. 1, 2014

    Teen craft nights hike creativity, family ties

    A few months ago, I launched a diabolical plan to entice my teenage daughters to spend more time with me, and to semi-shelter them from the maddening world. I started a Friday Crafting Night for my two girls and their friends.

    • 8:54 PM, Aug. 1, 2014

    Churches putting faith in social media: #YesforGod

    Raleigh. N.C. — When they walk in the doors of the sprawling, red-brick Hope Community Church in Raleigh, no one takes a bulletin. Instead, they whip out their smartphones, tap the silver 'Get Hope' app and open the sermon notes.

  8. Women BASH their way into action franchises

    The girlpower index in Hollywood has taken some serious jumps lately, and it's about to take some more. Last week's top box office attraction was 'Lucy,' with ...

  9. What a wonderful world, if we'd give it a chance

    This coming week marks the birthday of a man who Bing Crosby called '

  10. Faith Calendar

    The Centennial Holy Convocation of The Historic First Jurisdiction of Michigan: A Preachers Song

  11. Starz' 'Outlander' brings novels to vibrant life

    Shot in Scotland, the series, which debuts at 9 p.m. Saturday, is lush and beautiful, and as genre-bending as its source material as it straddles romance, ...

  12. Metro Detroit's Kristen Bell gets back to her 'Hair' roots

    Before she was Princess Anna in 'Frozen' or even Veronica Mars, Kristen Bell was a musical theater geek. Now she's letting her roots show with a three- ...

    • 9:20 PM, Aug. 1, 2014

    Scientists to dig for animal fossils in Wyo.

    Cheyenne, Wyo . — For the first time in three decades, scientists are about to revisit one of North America’s most remarkable troves of ancient fossils: the bones of tens of ...

  13. Not a phony IRS scandal

    It's not a phony scandal. It's a serious affront to civil liberties. And it merits the attention of an independent prosecutor.

  14. Saturday's TV/radio

    11a National Youth Ch., CBSSN 2 National Youth Ch., CBSSN 4 N.Y.

  15. Teen chafes because she's not free to date

    Dear Abby: I'm 16 and so is my boyfriend. He's wonderful. We're very much in love and intend to be together for the rest of our lives, but my mother is causing ...

  16. Other writers on Friedman, the president and the border

    Rob Nikolewski, writing for The Daily Signal: Harry Truman once complained he wanted to find a one-handed economist because he was tired of asking a direct ...

  17. Two heads better than one for a doctor's visit

    Dear Dr. Roach: I always try to accompany my husband when he goes to the doctor. I feel that two sets of ears are always better than one. When his vitals are ...

  18. Are you a book hoarder? There's a word for that

    How many books is too many books? What makes you a book hoarder? What do you do when you have too many? In Japanese, there's a word for it: tsundoku.

  19. Detroit hospital moves from dream to reality

    Three years ago I was happy to be asked to emcee the ground breaking for Dr. Theodore L. Schreiber's dream of an all new, state-of-the-art DMC heart hospital.

  20. More jobs for Michigan

    Voters across the state of Michigan and across the nation are being bombarded this election season with urgent campaign messages, negative advertisements and ...

    • 6:42 PM, Aug. 1, 2014
    • MUSIC

    48 Hours: The best of things to do in Metro Detroit

    See DJ Minx and other big and small names at the Backpack Music Festival, check out the Arab and Chaldean Festival and see a bevy of Elvises at Canterbury ...

    • 10:40 PM, Aug. 1, 2014

    In today's e-Edition of The Detroit News

    David Price arrives today; Justin Verlander might have re-arrived Friday night in the Tigers 4-2 triumph over the Colorado Rockies. #11

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