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  1. Torii Hunter, Austin Jackson homer to support Justin Verlander as Tigers take opener

    Some nights, it all works out, even for a baseball team that occasionally makes its fans wish ballparks and television sets had never been invented. The Tigers avoided any undue drama or fan-damaging stress Monday in a 4-3 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks that balanced like a three-leg stool.

  2. Divorce case exposes bickering between filmmaker Michael Moore, wife

    Central Lake A lakefront mansion. Dueling movie producers. Super agents joining the fray. A drunken driving arrest. The possible hiring of private investigators. The divorce of Michael Moore has this normally sedate community northeast of Traverse City all atwitter.

  3. Survey: Recession sent Michigan's child poverty up

    More of Michigan's children fell into poverty during the Great Recession, according to the annual Kids Count survey released Tuesday.

  4. Lions training camp position previews: Linebackers

    With defensive coordinator Teryl Austin taking over, the Lions will be much more aggressive, and that likely means the linebackers will blitz much more than the past few seasons.

  5. Mark Howe's new book chronicles life as Mr. Hockey's son

    That Mark Howe, a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, reached the sixth decade of life and Gordie Howe his ninth while remaining confidantes, friends, colleagues and loving son and father is no small achievement.

  6. Ted Kulfan checks in on the NHL's offseason moves

    Trades and free-agent signings. You'll be lucky if you hear of one a week in the NHL these days. That's just the way things are nearly three weeks into the official offseason.

  7. Increased police attention at Detroit complex sends crime rates plummeting

    Detroit The entrance to the Martin Luther King Apartments, once a popular spot for drug dealers, is quiet on a hot summer afternoon. Residents say it's the new reality in the formerly crime-ridden complex.

  8. Berman: Michigan Roundtable leader a CEO with kumbaya in him

    Steve Spreitzer is not a cynic or a screamer. He believes we can overcome. He believes we can all get along — and perhaps one day will.

  9. PBS looks at the fascination with Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance

    Tuesday night, PBS' 'History Detectives: Special Investigations' premieres an episode that purports to 'solve' a case familiar to most Metro Detroiters: the disappearance of James R. Hoffa.

  10. Road funding a key issue for Oakland Dems in state House primary

    A licensed medical marijuana caregiver, an investment adviser, an attorney, a union leader and an insurance agent are the Democrats competing for an Oakland County state House seat in the Aug. 5 primary.

    • 11:26 PM, Jul. 21, 2014

    Thirst for US craft beer grows overseas

    Richmond, Va. — Helping to quench a growing thirst for American craft beer overseas, some of the United States' largest craft breweries are setting up shop in Europe, challenging the very beers that inspired them on their home turfs.

    • 8:55 PM, Jul. 21, 2014

    Gov. Snyder, ex-Treasury chief urge closer ties between Michigan, China

    Gov. Rick Snyder and former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson Jr. teamed up Monday to emphasize why Michigan should continue to forge closer economic ties to China, in a panel discussion hosted by the Detroit Economic Club.

    • 6:32 PM, Jul. 21, 2014
    • MUSIC

    DSO celebrates 50 years of Meadow Brook

    To commemorate the DSO's first appearance at Meadow Brook Music Festival, the orchestra will return to the site for one night, almost a half-century to the day of that initial concert.

  11. Bike for your beers at MCBW's 313 event

    The Motor City Brewing Works has created Trois Cent Treize, a cask-conditioned Biere de Garde, to commemorate the city's 313th birthday. Plus, Ferndale's Pig & Whiskey round-up and the Food and Beverage Events calendar.

    • 7:32 PM, Jul. 21, 2014

    Farmers market comes to Campus Martius

    Do your grocery shopping at lunch time Fridays at Campus Martius. The park will host a farmers market 11 a.m.-2 p.m. every Friday through Aug. 22.

  12. Mosaic Youth Theatre choir wins gold, silver at world games

    The Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit's Mosaic Singers recently won gold and silver medals in the 2014 World Choir Games in Riga, Latvia.

    • 7:35 PM, Jul. 21, 2014

    Birmingham sales event brings family fun

    Day on the Town, downtown Birmingham's largest sales event of the year with other kid-friendly events, is 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday.

    • 7:28 PM, Jul. 21, 2014

    'Star Wars' car and a Doomsday doll are toys of Comic-Con

    Los Angeles When it comes to designing coveted collectible toys for sale at Comic-Con, the annual celebration of pop culture lifting off Thursday in San Diego, the sky's ...

  13. Younger couples share how they handle their money

    Dear Readers: In April, I printed a letter from 'Wondering in Washington,' a man asking why young men in general today have the attitude that 'any money I earn ...

  14. Bold arena development could transform Detroit

    Nothing this exciting has ever been offered for Detroit, at least nothing with as much potential of actually getting built.

  15. Tuesday's TV/radio

    7 San Francisco at Philadelphia, MLB

  16. James Garner represented the ideal man, movie hero

    James Garner, who died Saturday at age 86, effortlessly combined strength and humility, humor and capability, frankness and empathy to create an ideal Alpha- ...

  17. Alcohol abuse can inhibit sexual function

    Dear Dr. Roach: Please en­lighten your readers about too much alcohol causing impotence. My husband drinks beer after beer daily, from noon until night, then ...

  18. The GOP's minimum wage class war

    A hike in the minimum wage has been marched for by activists, supported by President Barack Obama, passed by the Michigan Legislature and signed by Gov. Rick ...

  19. Vote fraud myths meet voting rights reality

    Before she was allowed to register and vote for the first time in Franklin County, N.C., Rosanell Eaton had to read the entire preamble to the U.S. ...

  20. Washington, it's time to talk to North Korea

    North Korea has imprisoned one American since 2012 and announced its intention to try two other U.S. citizens recently arrested for '

  21. This summer, Buy Nearby

    Research shows that if Michigan residents switched just one in 10 purchases from out-of-state merchants to nearby retailers, Michigan retail sales would ...

  22. Prop 1 won't cost communities

    A commitment to the facts compels me to respond to Warren Mayor Jim Fouts' July 18 column regarding Proposition 1 on the Aug. 5 ballot ('Prop 1 would hurt ...

    • 10:52 PM, Jul. 21, 2014

    In today's e-Edition of The Detroit News

    Water department officials say they're not backing down to critics. #1

  23. Official vote tally shows big support for Detroit debt-cutting plan

    Detroit's bankruptcy cleared a major hurdle Monday as the city announced its retired and current workers have officially approved modest reductions in their ...

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