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  1. Authorities: Brother strangled, stabbed sister at Dearborn home

    A 23-year-old Dearborn man accused of strangling and stabbing his sister at her home Saturday was charged Monday.

  2. Michigan's Devin Gardner: I'll make sure Brady Hoke isn't on hot seat

    It is the fourth season of the Brady Hoke coaching regime at Michigan, and already the words 'hot seat' have been attached to his name.

    • 12:06 PM, Jul. 28, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • FORD

    Ford's aluminum-body 2015 F-150s to cost more than previous models

    Ford said today that base prices of its aluminum-body 2015 F-150 pickup will be as much as $3,615 more on some models than the 2014 F-150s now in showrooms.

  3. Live tweets: McBride's speech was slurred before death, friend testifies

    The prosecution presented five witnesses today, which included a neighbor of Theodore Wafer, in its strategy to prove its case against the 55-year-old Dearborn Heights homeowner charged in the shooting death of 19-year-old Detroiter Renisha McBride.

  4. Orr temporarily withdraws proposal to transfer property for new bridge

    The city's emergency manager has temporarily withdrawn the proposed transfer of 301 city-owned properties to the Michigan Land Bank for the New International Trade Crossing to allow further discussions.

  5. Big Ten live tweets: Ohio State coach Urban Meyer speaks

    Detroit News Michigan State beat writer Matt Charboneau and Michigan football beat writer Angelique S. Chengelis are both on the scene at the Big Ten Media Days in Chicago. Check out tweets from them and others:

  6. Accountability will be the Lions' mantra this season

    Insulating some players from criticism — something Schwartz and his staff were rightfully accused of doing, most notably with quarterback Matthew Stafford — is another. And when asked if those days are over, Raiola replied frankly Sunday, “Yeah, you could say that.

  7. M-1 Rail construction begins 'new day' in Detroit

    Detroit Organizers of the M-1 Rail streetcar lauded the start of construction as a 'new day' for the city and region despite coming traffic delays and road closures for the next two years.

    • 11:05 AM, Jul. 28, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • GENERAL MOTORS

    Akerson: 'We all' misread problems in GM's recall crisis

    Washington Former General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson says the automaker's recent ignition switch recall crisis shows that problems with GM's corporate culture were far more serious than executives realized.

  8. After playing at 320 last season, Nick Fairley's new weight of 305 OK by Lions

    Nick Fairley's weight in 2013 was problematic enough that Lions general manager Martin Mayhew said during the offseason the defensive tackle needed to 'reposition' some of his pounds.

  9. Crews work to restore power after storm rips through Metro Detroit

    The thunderstorms are gone but their results remain with an estimated 165,000 homes and businesses without power in Metro Detroit as of Monday morning.

  10. Lions training camp position previews: Quarterbacks and special teams

    Matthew Stafford has one of the most talented arms in the NFL, but his decision-making and lazy footwork have prevented him from consistently playing to his full potential.

  11. Detroit becomes cause célèbre as city moves toward recovery

    Madonna may have made the biggest splash in July, but in the year since the city filed for bankruptcy there’s been a surge of celebrity money and support pouring into the Motor City.

  12. Amid scrutiny, Brandon motivated by Michigan's 'unfinished business'

    Dave Brandon took over Michigan athletics during one of the most-tumultuous times in school history. More than four years later, the noise has abated a bit, but it never, ever stops.

  13. Red Wings, forward Tomas Tatar agree to 3-year deal

    Tatar and the Red Wings have agreed to a three-year deal, the team announced Monday. Financial terms were not disclosed. Tatar, a 23-year-old left wing, was ...

  14. Roseville congregation plans to rebuild after 'devastating' church fire

    Roseville — Darrell Moore, the pastor of a Roseville church that burned down during Sunday's thunderstorms, said the loss is 'devastating.'

  15. Spartans the 'hunted' but know sustained success can be elusive

    As coach Mark Dantonio continues to preach handling success to his team, he understands the nature of what he has built entering his eighth season at Michigan ...

  16. Judge dismisses suit challenging Evans' residency, scolds Cavanagh

    Detroit — The chief judge of the 3rd Circuit Court had harsh words Monday for Wayne County executive candidate Phil Cavanagh and his attorney as he dismissed a ...

    • 1:52 PM, Jul. 28, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Red Lobster tries acting like a fancier restaurant

    New York — Red Lobster wants to be seen as a purveyor of quality seafood, so it's getting rid of some of its promotional discounts and stacking the food higher ...

    • 1:29 PM, Jul. 28, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Attack on park in Gaza war kills 10, most of them children

    A strike on a Gaza park killed 10 people Monday, nine of them children, as Israeli and Palestinian authorities traded blame over the attack and fighting in the ...

  17. Detroit water department to rebid contracts after protest

    Detroit — The city's water department will rebid next month a pair of contracts for sewer line repairs at the direction of Detroit's City Council, following a ...

  18. Brady Hoke on Michigan freshman Jabrill Peppers: 'Let's see what he can do'

    Here are excerpts from the press conference by Michigan coach Brady Hoke at Big Ten Media Days on Monday.

  19. Matthew Stafford: No excuses for Lions' offense this season

    'Absolutely,' Stafford said when asked if the Lions had no more excuses. 'I totally agree with that, and I think our biggest challenge right now is learning ...

  20. Michigan State's Shilique Calhoun selected for Big Ten's players to watch

    Michigan State junior defensive end Shilique Calhoun was named one of the Big Ten's players to watch Monday in advance of the conference's media days in ...

  21. A rental car grace period? Better say your prayers

    The nuns at old St. Mary's taught me that there were two kinds of grace: sanctifying and actual. But I don't think Sister Theresa traveled much, or she would ...

  22. Golden Tate removed from PUP list, will practice with Lions today

    Tate tweaked his shoulder during the offseason program and missed minicamp, but said he'd be available for training camp. The Lions put Tate on the PUP list ...

  23. Hot topics will get plenty of attention at Big Ten Kickoff

    The rest of college football's power conferences have had their turn and on Monday the Big Ten gets its shot to promote its 14 teams with its annual media days ...

  24. 'Downton Abbey' cast shares some details to hold you over

    American viewers are still a ways off from having the upstairs-downstairs bunch of 'Downton Abbey' over as guests in their homes through the telly, but we have ...

    • 12:38 PM, Jul. 28, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Heavy fighting keeps police team from Ukraine crash site

    Shakhtarsk, Ukraine — Heavy fighting raged Monday around the Malaysia Airlines debris field, once again preventing an international police team charged with ...

  25. Lions single-game tickets go on sale Thursday

    Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. and be available at the Ford Field box office and at detroitlions.com/tickets.

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