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  1. With Tigers' 6-run first, Max Scherzer makes short work of Sox to snap 4-game skid

    The Tigers handed Max Scherzer a six-run lead in the first inning en route to a 7-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox.

  2. Tragedy weighs heavy in shooting death of Detroit boy, 8: 'When you lose a little one like that, it's terrible'

    Detroit Jakari Pearson, an 8-year-old baseball fan who was shot and killed as he slept in his bed Wednesday, was the latest casualty in a city that has lost nearly 500 children to homicides since 2000.

  3. U.S. Rep: Don't send Honduran children to Detroit, it's too dangerous

    An Iowa Republican in Congress argues the only place more dangerous than the Motor City is Honduras — drawing the ire of a Michigan member of Congress.

  4. Appeals court wary of Syncora bid to block Detroit casino cash

    Cincinnati A panel of federal appeals court judges Wednesday had some criticism for a bond insurer's bid to block Detroit from accessing casino revenue, with one judge calling the creditor's efforts 'fairly Draconian.'

  5. Community remembers slain Armada teen at concert; Wales Twp. house searched

    Neighbors in a rural township northeast of Armada watched all day as FBI agents executed a search warrant at a home in connection with the murder of 14-year-old Armada girl. More than 100 people turned out Wednesday night for a concert in the park that was dedicated to raising money for April's funeral expenses.

  6. Cars to reflect popularity of bold, bright colors

    Popular car colors are determined by everything from technology and social interaction, to America's economic recovery, according to the BASF Color Excellence Group, which conducts trend research on what car colors will be popular in four to five years.

  7. Police: Soccer player accused of fatally punching referee made obscene gesture

    The Dearborn soccer player who is accused of fatally punching a referee made an obscene gesture as he fled the scene, according to a Livonia police detective.

  8. 'Fight or flight' response to fear part of defense case in porch shooting trial

    Former Wayne County Medical Examiner Dr. Werner Spitz is expected to continue his testimony Thursday as the first witness for the defense in the murder trial of Dearborn Height homeowner Theodore Wafer, who is charged with the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Renisha McBride on his front porch in November.

  9. Electrocution death, injury prompt DTE Energy reminder to avoid downed wires

    Warren — After two incidents in Metro Detroit this week involving people being electrocuted by downed power lines, DTE Energy is reminding customers to be cautious after storms.

  10. 625-lb Grand Rapids bomb threat suspect bedridden

    Grand Rapids A 44-year-old Michigan man charged with making a bomb threat says he can't appear in court because of his weight.

  11. Tigers' Evan Reed charged with criminal sexual conduct

    Tigers minor league pitcher Evan Reed allegedly sexually assaulted an 'incapacitated' woman in his hotel room before ordering her to leave, Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said Wednesday in announcing charges against the 28-year-old reliever.

  12. Tigers Mailbag: Doug Fister trade looking worse and worse

    The Tigers have the fans all riled up again, thanks to another mini-downslide, an offense that's been snoozing since the All-Star break and a bullpen that continues to look absolutely awful, even with the addition of Joakim Soria.

  13. Wayne State hero Joique Bell comes home a Lion

    Home is Michigan, starting from his development at Benton Harbor High to his standout college career at Wayne State to his eventual return to the Lions in 2011.

  14. Tigers keep looking at relievers as trade deadline looms

    The Tigers have been scouting left-handed relievers as thoroughly as they studied the right-handed Soria ahead of last week's trade that brought him to Detroit from the Rangers.

  15. Rob Sims proud of Lions offensive line's rise

    Before Rob Sims joined the Lions four years ago, the offensive line was a bit shaky. To call it one of the weaker position groups on the team wouldn't have ...

    • 10:57 PM, Jul. 30, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • FORD

    Ford CEO on Capitol Hill urging tough line on currency

    Washington Ford president and CEO Mark Fields on Wednesday urged Congress to take a tough line on currency manipulation and said the naming of a new chief of its luxury ...

  16. Fans geared up for once-in-a-lifetime Man U-Real Madrid friendly at Michigan Stadium

    Real Madrid and Manchester United, two of the most storied teams in soccer, begin practicing locally today for a preseason tournament match Saturday, providing ...

    • 12:16 PM, Jul. 30, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • FORD

    Ford's 'Queen of Innovation' helps shape F-150

    Dearborn When Alana Strager isn't working for Ford she spends her time riding Harleys, running triathlons and negotiating Tough Mudder obstacle courses. And she fixes ...

    • 12:22 AM, Jul. 30, 2014
    • AUTOS

    New lawsuit filed over GM ignition switches

    A Texas lawyer on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against General Motors Co. on behalf of 658 people who the law firm alleges either died or were injured due to the ...

  17. Michigan State's Shilique Calhoun feels fine in the spotlight

    Calhoun finds himself the center of attention with the season a few short weeks from beginning. As engaging as he is, as much fun as he likes to have, the ...

  18. New York City bars sales of unrepaired recalled used cars

    New York City officials said Wednesday it will require its 800 used-car dealers to repair recalled vehicles before they are sold — and dealers must fix ...

  19. Lions' D pledges to keep the opposition guessing

    With new defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, the defense will be anything but predictable.

  20. If Florida fans feel Ohio State coach Urban Meyer betrayed their trust, it's because he did

    In the midst of the recruiting process, Urban, according to the Sporting News, 'told the Diggs family that he wouldn't let his son go to Florida because of ...

  21. Lions guard Larry Warford is OK after practice scare

    The Lions had a brief scare during training camp Wednesday night as second-year right guard Larry Warford limped off with an ankle injury, but after a couple ...

  22. Tickets for Lions practice at Wayne State tonight all gone

    Lions fans hoping to show up at the last minute for tonight's training camp practice at Wayne State are out of luck.

  23. Red Wings hire Jim Hiller and Andrew Brewer as assistant coaches

    Hiller, who played 23 games with the Red Wings in 1992-93, had been the coach of the Tri-City Americans in the Western Hockey League since 2009. Brewer spent ...

  24. Detroit inspector general reviewing 2 water department contracts

    Detroit — The city's Inspector General is conducting a review of two water department contracts awarded to a company days before it filed bankruptcy, sparking ...

  25. Eric Ebron to play rookie season with Lions under mother's watchful eye

    Eric Ebron's fiancée Brittany Rountree won't be in Michigan this year as she finishes her senior year at North Carolina, but the Lions first-round pick will ...

  26. Red Sox, Rockies shaping up as go-to teams as Tigers search for pitching

    The Tigers continue to furiously race against the clock, in search of another arm or two ahead of baseball's 4 p.m. Thursday trade deadline. And, interestingly, ...

  27. Wednesday's MLB notebook: Indians trade Justin Masterson to Cardinals

    Justin Masterson began the season as the Indians' ace. He'll end it with a different team in a different league.

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