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  1. Conflicting Michigan, federal marijuana laws may cast cloud of confusion

    Michigan's medical marijuana program has recorded some interesting ups and downs, according to state statistics analyzed by The Detroit News. The number of qualified patients and licensed primary caregivers declined between 2011 and 2013, while the number of physicians and the revenues generated from the program's license fees rose during that same period, according to the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

  2. Michigan prisoners may get $1K-per-pill hepatitis C care

    A new hepatitis C treatment that costs $1,000 a pill will soon be given to some Michigan prison inmates. The same drug isn't available to most Michiganians, whose insurance companies won't pay for it.

  3. Tigers' inconsistency makes it hard to tell what help they need

    It's scary how good they could be, or should be, especially with their starting pitching. And it's scary how easily their flaws could derail them.

  4. Live tweets: Will Theodore Wafer testify at his murder trial?

    The big question surrounding the murder trial of Dearborn Heights homeowner Theodore Wafer is whether the 55-year-old defendant will take the witness stand in the shooting death of 19-year-old Renisha McBride on his porch in November.

  5. Ballot bid to phase out Michigan business tax raises questions

    Lansing Manufacturers and other businesses have raised more than $8 million for a statewide broadcast campaign urging voters to approve eliminating what they consider a burdensome tax.

  6. Gov's race shouldn't be this close

    The most comfortable bet I would make in this election season is that Gov. Rick Snyder would win re-election, and easily.

  7. Latest Barbecue at the Big House wows Michigan football recruits

    In recent years Michigan football's Barbecue at the Big House has become one of the most prominent weapons in its recruiting arsenal, but last Sunday's edition may prove to be its most effective yet.

  8. Metro Detroit rowers compete for minimal recognition but maximum satisfaction

    As I watched clubs from all over Michigan and Ohio compete on Argo Pond from the time-honored Detroit Boat Club to the Bomber Rowing Club in Ypsilanti the levels of dedication to this sport, and the obvious level of love for it, struck me as its driving force.

    • 6:21 AM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Israel vows to destroy Hamas tunnels, calls up 16K reservists

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today that Israel will destroy the Hamas tunnel network in the Gaza Strip 'with or without a cease-fire,' as the military called up another 16,000 reservists to pursue its campaign in the densely-populated territory.

  9. Delphi reports $382M in earnings in Q2

    Delphi Automotive said Thursday its second quarter net income totaled $382 million as earnings rose 8 percent to $1.26 a share, slightly ahead of analyst expectations.

  10. Vote for Proposal 1 not as easy as it appears

    What do you do when a ballot question requires a week's worth of study and analysis to understand and still begs for a judgment call?

  11. Lick the summer heat with these ice cream treats

    Ice cream is one of the greatest joys of summer no matter how you lick it. Whether you stack scoops to the sky on a cone, drop a dollop in a bowl or sneak a spoonful from the carton, it's the perfect treat.

  12. New Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum exhibit lets kids get wet and wild

    The new exhibit allows open-ended play at stations that demonstrate a variety of water-related scientific concepts. Two other exhibits, 'Nano: Imagine and Discover a World You Can't See!' and 'L Is for Laser,' are also making their debut.

    • 7:55 AM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Duggan right guy for city water job

    The brouhaha over the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department's poorly executed water shut-off plan a program whose time is way past due given $90 million in delinquencies, a legacy of scofflaws and efforts to craft a regional water authority with the suburbs threatened to derail the largest municipal bankruptcy case in American history.

  13. Grains are summer salads' heroes

    Now that we are becoming more educated about our diets and the importance of a wholesome diet, I've been paying a lot more attention to grains and how to make ...

    • 7:48 AM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • NATION-WORLD

    Investigators reach Ukraine jet crash site

    Rozsypne, Ukraine An international team of investigators in eastern Ukraine on Thursday reached the crash site of the Malaysia Airline Flight 17 for the ...

  14. Dearborn Heights to get elections monitor for August vote

    Dearborn Heights will have a state elections monitor for next month's election after claims of voter suppression and discrimination against Arab-Americans ...

    • 11:24 PM, Jul. 30, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Pumping iron: The 2015 Dodge Challenger

    The supercharged Hellcat leads an army of updated 2015 Challengers into battle in the white hot War of the Muscle Cars.

  15. Join Josh Katzenstein for a live Lions chat at noon

    Lions training camp is underway, and beat reporter Josh has been taking it all in. Join him for a live chat at noon Thursday as he takes your comments and ...

    • 11:53 PM, Jul. 30, 2014
    • LIFESTYLE

    Maire's journey

    Maire Kent floated off into the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday, bound for parts and adventures unknown. That was 14 days after she set sail on Lake Michigan. It ...

    • 11:20 PM, Jul. 30, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    New Ducati Monster bike boosts beast factor

    Ask any Hollywood producer. There's only one way to go when it comes to monsters in blockbuster sequels. They need to be bigger, badder and more capable of ...

    • 11:18 PM, Jul. 30, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Car Culture: Cookbooks were a traditional recipe to sell cars

    Automakers these days can commune with fans in myriad ways beyond traditional advertising, from tweets and YouTube videos to discussion boards, Instagram and ...

  16. Good stuff: Ice cream machine, cocktail, Gleaner's fundraiser

    Zoku makes individual portions of homemade ice cream and more, try a summer sangria with Courvoisier cognac, and join the fun for Gleaner's Iron Chef ...

  17. Detroit Improv Festival is funny on the fly

    From legends to local talent, the Detroit Improv Festival gathers together comedic actors of all stripes for its fourth annual jamboree of unscripted, off-the- ...

  18. Snyder, Ford to tout Michigan in D.C.

    Washington Gov. Rick Snyder and two Michigan business leaders will be in the nation's Capitol to tout the Wolverine State as a state to grow and expand.

    • 11:15 PM, Jul. 30, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • DRIVE

    Soup it up: Michelin regains ground with new all-season tire

    This year, TireRack.com is conducting tests on 10 categories of tires. It has just released the results of its test of what it calls Grand Touring All-Season ...

  19. Do some prep on Sunday for quick weekday meals

    To be set up for fast weekday meals, make up some pesto, marinate steak, cook rice and a couple more jobs on Sunday.

  20. Chadwick Boseman makes a splash with second biopic

    A year after playing Jackie Robinson in '42,' Chadwick Boseman was back in biopic spring training. To become James Brown for the film 'Get on Up,' Boseman ...

  21. Dearborn man tied to '80 killings due in immigration court

    Detroit A Detroit-area man suspected by the Irish government in the killing of two soldiers in 1980 is making his first appearance in immigration court.

  22. Winner of $66 million jackpot coming forward in Sterling Heights

    Sterling Heights The Michigan Lottery plans to announce the winner of a $66 million Mega Millions jackpot during a news conference in suburban Detroit.

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