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  1. Detroit plan to recoup $239M paid to annuities threatens some pensions

    Nearly 4,800 retired Detroit workers facing baseline pension cuts of 4.5 percent could see their monthly retirement benefits dwindle even further with a handful of pensions being wiped out altogether under the city's latest debt-cutting plan.

    • 8:16 AM, Apr. 24, 2014

    Detroit area casino market may see casualties as revenue slows

    Analysts project the now-fragmented local gaming market could eventually exclude one of the four players that exist today.

  2. Zetterberg expected to play 'limited minutes' for Red Wings tonight

    The coach says it's a game-time decision. Ask Red Wings players and it's a foregone conclusion they'll have their captain, Henrik Zetterberg, back tonight for Game 4.

    • 10:04 AM, Apr. 24, 2014
    • TRAVEL

    Detroit cycling grows fast as the city rises on the national bike scene

    The Motor City now is full of bicyclists. The trend is hot enough to have landed Detroit on the cover of Bicycling Times magazine and attracted two bike manufacturers to the city.

  3. GM earns $125M in 1Q, down 85.5%

    Recalls cost General Motors Co. $1.3 billion in the first quarter, shrinking the automaker's profit to a slim $125 million, the automaker said today. A top GM executive said it's too early to predict if GM will incur additional recall costs this year.

    • 7:03 AM, Apr. 24, 2014

    Detroit area Catholics recall John Paul's visits before his canonization

    Eva Fleck lovingly recalls learning that John Paul II had become pope. In her native country, the former Czechoslovakia which was under Communist rule, a Pole being crowned the head of the Catholic Church 'gave us hope,' said Fleck, who lives in Troy. 'Ever since then, I have great devotion to him.'

  4. Cornerback prospect Justin Gilbert takes in Lions minicamp

    Gilbert's pre-draft visit to Lions headquarters was delayed a couple weeks due to a canceled flight, but he said Thursday it was worth the wait. 'When I got here, it just felt like home when I got to the facility,' Gilbert said.

  5. Man gets life in prison in Detroit retirement home deaths

    Detroit A 67-year-old retiree and grandfather was sentenced to life in prison without parole Thursday in the shooting deaths of two women at a southwest side senior citizens apartment complex in October.

  6. GM's Mary Barra named to 'Time 100' influential list

    Washington General Motors CEO Mary Barra was named to Time Magazine's annual list of the most 100 influential people.

  7. Schauer's ed plan thin on substance

    Mark Schauer didn't exactly rock the boat when he presented his education goals last week.

  8. Despite Tigers reliever Phil Coke's struggles, he's 'here to win'

    Watching him pitch in Florida and in Detroit these past two months has been like gazing at a tightrope walker: Phil Coke seems always to be in peril.

  9. As task gets tougher against Bruins, Red Wings seek the poise to bounce back

    The challenge is daunting, which is usually the type of challenge Mike Babcock enjoys. There's a fine line between hope and false hope, and the Wings are straddling it right now. If this series is to become a battle instead of a belting, we'll know tonight, when the Wings face the Bruins at Joe Louis Arena.

  10. Bruins' Milan Lucic says Red Wings fans boos, chants make it 'more fun to play'

    Lucic has become the villain in the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series with the Red Wings. He should be prepared for more boos and chants from Wings fans in Game 4 on Thursday night at Joe Louis Arena.

    • 10:05 PM, Apr. 23, 2014

    Groundbreaking planned Thursday for $17M makeover of Midtown buildings

    A groundbreaking ceremony is planned Thursday for the $17 million renovation of two derelict buildings in Detroit's Midtown area, where demand for housing is ...

    • 9:51 AM, Apr. 24, 2014

    After affirmative action ruling, colleges look at ways to increase diversity

    Regrouping after the Supreme Court upheld Michigan's ban on affirmative action in public school admissions, diversity advocates are pushing universities to ...

    • 10:52 AM, Apr. 24, 2014

    Readers' eyes turn to Bookstock, Michigan's largest used book and media sale

    I'm salting the mine. Seeding the clouds. Hiding some particularly shiny needles in a haystack. Michigan's largest used book extravaganza starts Sunday, spread ...

  11. Lions' Golden Tate, Matthew Stafford working on communication skills

    Tate is pushing hard to keep the lines of communication open with Stafford even during these early drills. 'He has a lot of talent and I think I have a lot of ...

    • 12:00 PM, Apr. 24, 2014

    Chicago doctor among those killed in attack at Afghanistan hospital

    A family member says one of the three American doctors killed when an Afghan security guard opened fire at a Kabul hospital was a pediatrician from Chicago.

  12. Snyder: EAA 'moving forward' as Senate adjourns without vote on expansion bill

    East Lansing Gov. Rick Snyder said Thursday the Education Achievement Authority 'is moving forward' with or without legislation expanding its operational ...

    • 10:18 PM, Apr. 23, 2014
    • AUTOS

    IBM to integrate Chrysler's, Fiat's IT infrastructure

    IBM has won a major contract to integrate the global IT infrastructure for Fiat SpA, Chrysler Group LLC and CNH Industrial NV, each of which is currently ...

  13. Thursday's Tigers-White Sox lineups: Danny Worth gets first start

    The Tigers and White Sox play the fourth and final game of their series on Thursday at Comerica Park. First pitch is scheduled for 1:08 p.m. (FSD/97.1-FM and ...

  14. Delphi's 1Q net income up 16%

    Delphi Automotive PLC said Thursday its first-quarter net income rose 16 percent to $320 million, led by strong growth in Asia and North America.

  15. 'Stars on Ice' tour brings red-hot Olympians Davis and White to the Joe

    Over the past few months we've watched as Olympians Meryl Davis and Charlie White glided their way to a gold medal and ballroom danced all over primetime ...

    • 12:03 PM, Apr. 24, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Going to school in the 2014 Ford Focus ST

    The Focus ST roars onto the track with power-induced torque steer. But at speed it's a gem rotating easily through long radius corners.

  16. GOP lawmaker proposes small minimum wage hike to combat ballot push

    Lansing A Republican state senator introduced legislation Thursday that would give minimum wage workers a small raise later this year in an effort to ...

  17. New housing permits see bump in Metro Detroit in 2013, SEMCOG finds

    Housing permits increased across the region last year, according to a recent report from the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments.

    • 8:09 AM, Apr. 24, 2014

    FCC to propose pay-for-priority Internet standards

    The FCC is set to propose new open Internet rules that would allow content companies to pay for faster delivery over the so-called 'last mile' connection to ...

  18. Moderate weather in forecast for metro Detroit

    Let's call it Goldilocks weather.

    • 6:32 AM, Apr. 24, 2014

    FDA proposes first regulations for e-cigarettes

    Washington The federal government wants to ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors and require approval for new products and health warning labels under ...

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