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  1. CEO: Sale of Compuware to private equity firm to cause 'some shifting' in jobs

    Detroit-based Compuware Corp. has entered into an agreement to be sold for $2.5 billion to private equity investment firm Thoma Bravo. Part of the deal is to keep the headquarters of the IT firm in Detroit and maintain its current management, but Compuware CEO Bob Paul didn’t rule out potential layoffs of other staff. And a potential sale of its iconic downtown headquarters next to Campus Martius remains a mystery.

  2. Live tweets: Detroit's bankruptcy judge weighs action on water shut-offs

    U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes is contemplating whether to issue a temporary restraining order against Detroit and halt the city's controversial shut-offs of delinquent residential water accounts.

  3. Activist Robert Davis pleads guilty to federal crimes

    Robert Davis, the indicted activist accused of stealing more than $125,000 from the cash-strapped Highland Park schools, pleaded guilty to two federal crimes Tuesday and could get 18 to 24 months in federal prison.

  4. In TV ad, Snyder says he's built 'strong foundation'

    Gov. Rick Snyder aired his first television ad Tuesday for the final two months of the governor's race, emphasizing his accountant credentials as key to building a 'strong foundation' for Michigan's recovery.

  5. Tiny Bad Axe church reeling from pastor's porn charges

    Bad Axe The Bad Axe Church of Christ, a long-struggling church in the Thumb, is gingerly recovering from a sex scandal that could have destroyed it last year.

  6. Talk Lions with Josh Katzenstein live NOW

    Are you ready for some Lions football? Talk about the Monday night opener, or anything Lions-related, with Josh Katzenstein of The Detroit News in a live chat that's under way right now.

  7. 'Madden 15' glitch creates tiny Titan, 'but he's making plays!'

    Christian Kirksey is a 6-foot-2 rookie linebacker for the Cleveland Browns. But due to a hilarious glitch, in the popular 'Madden 15' video game he is 1-foot-2 and plays for the Tennessee Titans.

  8. Lions' Ndamukong Suh gets even more leverage with J.J. Watt's $100M deal

    The Houston Texans signing J.J. Watt to a reported six-year, $100 million extension is potentially bad news for the Lions in their pursuit to keep All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh next year.

  9. Devin Gardner ready to tackle pressure of leading Michigan offense

    This Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry game was Gardner's coming-out party a year ago, an electric peformance under the lights — 376 yards of total offense and five touchdowns. But it was also the crest of the wave for Gardner and the Wolverines.

    • 10:52 PM, Sep. 1, 2014

    MSU president Simon: 'We're making progress'

    East Lansing The dean of Big Ten university presidents is showing no signs of slowing down, stepping aside or coasting.

  10. Metro Detroit counties feel pinch of salt

    The brutal winter of 2013-14 may be over but it's still having an effect on county road budgets when it comes to the price of salt.

  11. Lions cornerback Darius Slay has new number, more confidence

    Slay smiles a lot these days. His game is coming into shape, he feels good about the season and he feels prepared. He also exchanged his number 30 jersey for 23, which brings the biggest smile.

  12. LaAdrian Waddle, Tahir Whitehead win battles for spots in Lions' starting lineup

    LaAdrian Waddle said offensive line coach Jeremiah Washburn pulled him into his office to tell him he earned the Lions' starting right tackle job Monday.

    • 11:38 PM, Sep. 1, 2014

    Students give nutritious school lunches low grades

    Healthier lunches full of leafy greens and whole grains will again be on menus in districts across Michigan when school opens Tuesday. But school officials say it's a tough balancing act.

  13. Detroit area's summer full of weather surprises

    Metro Detroit followed a historically brutal winter with a summer that was noticeably cooler than normal, even if it broke no records.

  14. NFC preview: Don't count on Seahawks repeating as champs

    Detroit News reporter Rod Beard breaks down each NFC team, plus gives his playoff prognostications.

    • 11:58 PM, Sep. 1, 2014

    Michigan students and schools wired for e-learning

    It's the first day of school for most of Michigan's 1.56 million public school students, who are returning to classrooms where many will face academic changes, ...

  15. AFC preview: Once again, Broncos will be hard to stop

    Detroit News reporter Rod Beard breaks down each AFC team, plus gives his playoff prognostications.

    • 9:32 AM, Sep. 2, 2014

    6 militants killed in U.S. Somalia strike

    Al-Shabab's top leader was traveling in one of two vehicles hit Monday night in a U.S. military strike, a member of the Somali Islamic extremist group said ...

  16. Annual Art and Apples fest is ranked as one of the best fairs

    Rochester's Art and Apples Festival may not be as well-known in Michigan as the Ann Arbor Art Fairs, but according to a new survey, it's one of the best events ...

    • 11:44 AM, Sep. 2, 2014

    9 teens still on the run after 32 escape Nashville detention center

    Nashville, Tenn. — Thirty-two teens escaped from a Nashville youth detention center by crawling under a weak spot in a fence late Monday, and nine of them were ...

    • 11:02 PM, Sep. 1, 2014

    'Street view' maps reefs and wonders

    It's easy to go online and get a 360-degree, ground-level view of almost any street in the United States and throughout the world. Soon, scientists hope people ...

  17. Severe storms produce tornadoes, knock out power to thousands in Michigan

    The thunderstorms that swept through the metro area Monday night left up to 15,000 homes and businesses without power, but that number has been reduced to 3, ...

    • 8:48 AM, Sep. 2, 2014

    Neal Rubin: Mark Ridley gets serious about his heart attack

    Mark Ridley is a smart individual, but even smart men tend to be stupid when it comes to trivial details like their health and well-being.

  18. Surly 2014 electorate poised to 'keep the bums in'

    Washington A surly electorate that holds Congress in even lower regard than unpopular President Barack Obama is willing to 'keep the bums in,' with at least 365 ...

  19. Monroe County veteran's court gives second chance

    Monroe Justin Taft, an Army veteran who fought in the Iraq war, stood before a Monroe judge who sentenced him to a year in jail for assaulting a paramedic.

    • 11:24 PM, Sep. 1, 2014

    Garden City Schools offer accelerated learning — in elementary schools

    Garden City High school might be too late to begin taking Advanced Placement classes. First grade would give students an earlier jump on the competition.

    • 12:38 PM, Sep. 2, 2014

    Girl, 9, who accidentally killed instructor, said Uzi was too much for her

    Phoenix — A 9-year-old girl who accidentally killed a shooting range instructor with an Uzi in northern Arizona had said immediately after the shooting that ...

  20. Dally in the Alley for a bit of diverse fun

    There are many things that set Detroit's Dally in the Alley street festival apart from other events. Dally has never accepted corporate sponsorships and ...

    • 12:14 PM, Sep. 2, 2014

    Ukraine: Russian forces in major rebel cities

    Kiev, Ukraine — Russian military forces have been spotted in both major rebel-held cities in eastern Ukraine, an official said Tuesday, prompting Ukraine to ...

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