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  1. Roadwork relief defies Metro Detroit's summer rains

    Road construction projects that have inconvenienced commuters in every part of Metro Detroit this summer are all on schedule to meet their deadlines, despite a wetter than normal August, officials said.

    • 10:31 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    Reality saps drama out of Detroit bankruptcy

    A court-appointed financial expert asked to assess whether the city's restructuring plan is 'feasible' concluded Monday that it is, marking another critical turn in Detroit's effort to negotiate successfully the largest municipal bankruptcy in American history.

    • 12:06 AM, Sep. 16, 2014

    House report blasts NHTSA for failing to spot GM ignition defect

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration made a series of critical mistakes and had 'ample information' that should have allowed the agency to discover General Motors' ignition switch defect linked to at least 19 deaths and 54 crashes, a congressional report released late Monday found.

    • 11:51 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    MSU joins alliance to help low-income, 1st-generation students

    Michigan State University will be among 11 public universities across the nation that will be part of a collaborative effort to ensure that low-income and first-generation college students earn degrees, officials will announce Tuesday in Washington, D.C.

  2. Alex Avila's recurring injuries giving Tigers a headache

    He is fatigued as much from talking about endless blows to his head as from the bludgeoning itself, with the latest collision happening during Sunday's game against the Indians at Comerica Park.

  3. Lions rookie kicker Nate Freese needs to find his footing -- and fast

    Freese said Lions coach Jim Caldwell's message to him Monday was simple: 'Keep your head up, keep going forward and keep working hard.' And when asked if he thought he still had the coaching staff's confidence, the rookie replied, 'I think so.'

  4. Michigan State receiver Tony Lippett thrives in shift to offense

    What he's done in his third full season is become Michigan State's most reliable receiver. In the opener against Jacksonville State, he had a career-high 167 yards and followed that with a career-high 11 receptions against Oregon.

  5. Macomb Community College teams with JPMorgan Chase to push Metro jobs, internships

    Macomb Community College and JPMorgan Chase will announce Tuesday a program to promote economic development and job growth in Metro Detroit.

  6. Rita Moreno reflects on Oscar-winning role in 'West Side Story'

    Rita Moreno played the key role of Anita, and her sizzling performance, the unwilling go-between for the doomed Maria and Tony, earned her an Oscar. She'll be attending three screenings this weekend at the Redford Theatre.

  7. Nick Foles leads Eagles to 30-27 win over Colts

    Darren Sproles had seven receptions for 152 yards to go along with a touchdown run as the Eagles (2-0) won their first game on the road for the sixth consecutive season.

    • 11:48 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    John Lennon, Warren Zevon — the many faces of artist, ad exec Tom Maniaci

    Warren Zevon is not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Randy Newman is. If you're Tom Maniaci of Birmingham, that's sort of like Alan Trammell not being in the Baseball Hall of Fame when so many stiffs have plaques.

  8. Dime Store opens downtown; Beach Bar makes fall transition

    The hot new restaurant of the week is the Dime Store. Serving breakfast and lunch, this hip spot recently opened in the Chrysler House, formerly known as the Dime building. Plus, the food and beverage events calendar.

  9. Our Shepherd Lutheran's Oktoberfest is one of many in Metro Detroit

    Happy Oktoberfest season! Yes, it's OK to wish that in September; this traditional German celebration ramps up in advance of October.

  10. App of the Week: Red Cross Blood Donor

    A new free app from the Red Cross lets blood donors keep track of donations, manage appointments and receive info from Red Cross about certain blood type shortages and emergencies.

  11. 'Spoiled Rotten' opens at Inner State Gallery

    Detroit's Inner State Gallery, near Eastern Market, will open 'Spoiled Rotten' by Australian artist David 'Meggs' Hooke with a reception Friday night.

    • 7:53 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    Hamtramck Fire Dept. will celebrate 100th

    The Hamtramck Fire Department will celebrate 100 years of service with Polish food and dancing.

  12. Zetterbergs launch foundation charity gala

    She's a glamorous Swedish television star and recording artist. He's a celebrated hockey sensation. On Friday, Emma Andersson Zetterberg and husband Henrik ...

  13. Husband's 'educational' DVDs get flunking grade from wife

    Dear Abby: I am a full-time mother of three young children and have been married for nine years. Since the beginning, my husband has pushed to have things 'his ...

  14. Detroit cops must retake the streets

    Across the board, key pieces of community law enforcement are being neglected while the Detroit Police Department reorganizes its drug unit.

  15. Tuesday's TV/radio

    7 Triple A finals, Pawtucket vs. Omaha, NBCSN

  16. Guillian-Barre causes progressive weakness

    Dear Dr. Roach: Three months ago, my daughter, age 50 and a healthy person, was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome. The onset was gradual, beginning with ...

  17. Ex-Im Bank aids Michigan's recovery

    The 2008 financial crisis and ensuing recession was but the latest blow to hit Michigan workers, who for years had watched their jobs outsourced overseas and ...

  18. Dove Obama makes for a reluctant hawk

    As he offered to the nation his prescription for the most recent Middle East crisis, President Barack Obama reminded me of Michael Corleone in 'The Godfather: ...

  19. The economics of network neutrality

    When asked, even most well-educated Americans don’t understand the Federal Communications Commission’s purpose, nor how its policy decisions affect us. Even ...

  20. Caring for family is no 'burden'

    In its August 2014 issue, National Geographic featured a story about hunger in America, part of an eight-month series on feeding the planet. 'The New Face of ...

  21. Dispense with nationalist illusions

    After thousands of years of bloody wars among contending tribes, regions, and nations, is it finally possible to dispense with the chauvinist ideas of the past?

  22. Chat with Michigan broadcaster Dan Dierdorf at 2 p.m. today

    Michigan football beat writer Angelique Chengelis will host the chat with the team's radio analyst and Pro Football Hall of Famer. Join in with your questions ...

    • 10:50 PM, Sep. 15, 2014

    In today's e-Edition of The Detroit News

    Major road construction projects escape delays across the Metro Detroit area, and some are on track to finish early. #1

  23. Three indicted in probe of cost overruns at Wayne County jail

    Detroit A one-man grand jury has indicted three current and former Wayne County officials as part of an investigation into millions of dollars in cost overruns in the ...

    • 7:35 PM, Sep. 15, 2014
    • AUTOS

    GM compensation fund approves 19 death claims, beyond 13 confirmed by automaker

    The independent compensation fund overseeing claims from General Motors ignition switch recall has approved applications for 19 deaths in its first six weeks ...

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