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  1. Tigers' Evan Reed blasts sexual assault claims against him: 'I did nothing wrong'

    Tigers minor league pitcher Evan Reed on Thursday said an Oakland County woman who has accused him of improper sexual relations during an alleged incident in March could be seeking attention by going after his status as a professional athlete.

  2. Creditor groups ask federal court to delay action on Detroit bankruptcy appeals

    Five major Detroit creditor groups representing pensioners joined the city and State of Michigan on Thursday in asking a federal court to delay action on appeals or risk jeopardizing the bankruptcy 'grand bargain.'

    • 5:57 PM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • METRO AND STATE
    • Michigan

    Snyder: Mich. home to less than 100 undocumented immigrant children

    Gov. Rick Snyder said Michigan is hosting 92 undocumented children connected to the influx of tens of thousands of Central American children into the United States as of early July but said the issue will not have an impact on the state's budget.

  3. Latest Detroit police raid nets weapons, drugs

    Police teamed up with federal and state authorities to conduct a narcotics blitz and warrant sweep Thursday in another highly publicized raid as part of the popular 'Operation Restore Order' series.

  4. Judge: Dearborn man 'had to know' punch could kill soccer referee

    A district court judge determined Thursday that there was enough evidence to send the case of a Dearborn soccer player accused of fatally punching a referee to trial on a second-degree murder charge.

  5. Town puts on pink in remembrance of slain Armada teen

    Armada Family and friends came out Thursday to pay their respects to a 14-year-old girl whose body was found in a wooded area.

  6. Fate of Cane Corsos, 9 other dogs to be decided Friday after fatal mauling of jogger

    A Lapeer County judge will decide Friday whether to destroy the two dogs that fatally mauled a 46-year-old jogger last week, along with several other dogs removed from the owner's home.

  7. Ex-medical examiner disputes analysis of McBride's injuries in porch shooting

    Detroit A firearms expert testifying for the defense Thursday was the second expert in the trial to conclude that 19-year-old Detroiter Renisha McBride was shot to death at close range from two feet or less by Dearborn Heights homeowner Theodore Waf

  8. Family of Wayne State law student slain last fall pleads for information

    Detroit Nine months ago, Wayne State University law student and mother of three Tiane Brown was found dead inside her SUV in an overgrown lot on the city's east side. Her family members said they've lived in anguish every day since then.

  9. Body found in Royal Oak cemetery may be missing Huntington Woods man

    Police found a body on Thursday afternoon believed to be that of a 59-year-old Huntington Woods man who went missing Monday.

    • 4:57 PM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • METRO AND STATE
    • Michigan

    State's prison food service contract still under review ; decision likely soon

    Lansing A Corrections department spokesman said Thursday Michigan's prison food service contract remained under review as two local officials and a liberal group demanded that it be ended.

  10. Waterford gas station clerk thwarts fake pistol-wielding robber

    Waterford Township Call it a case of guts versus nuts.

  11. Port Huron woman, 24, is $66M Mega Millions jackpot winner

    A Port Huron woman who won a $66 million Mega Millions jackpot that was drawn in mid-June said today she didn't learn for 10 days the winning ticket was in her purse.

    • 1:02 PM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • METRO AND STATE
    • Michigan

    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.

  12. Bones found in the walls of historic Detroit building aren't human

    Bones found Thursday morning in the walls of a historic downtown apartment building are not of human origin, according to the Wayne County Medical Examiner's ...

  13. 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.

  14. Three Democratic candidates for Wayne County executive field questions

    Detroit Three of the top five Democratic candidates for Wayne County executive fielded questions from other elected county officials Thursday on the last scheduled ...

  15. 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?

  16. 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 ...

    • 9:10 AM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • METRO AND STATE
    • Michigan

    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 ...

  17. Woman: Lion at north Michigan zoo bit off part of finger

    East Tawas State police are investigating a woman's report that a lion bit off part of her finger at a small private zoo in northern Michigan.

  18. Police: Human remains found in Monroe Co.-area quarry

    Monroe Township Police say human remains found in a southeastern Michigan quarry could be those of a 27-year-old woman missing since March.

  19. GOP candidates spar over tactics in campaign for 13th District seat

    Marty Knollenberg says he has the deepest local roots, Andrew 'Rocky' Raczkowski bills himself as a government outsider and Chuck Moss claims his legislative ...

  20. Erosion causes partial closure of Grand Sable Dunes dunes in U.P.

    Grand Marais A portion of the Grand Sable Dunes in Grand Marais is now closed to the public because of hazardous erosion.

  21. Police end investigation of fatal mauling of Livonia man

    Lapeer Police have completed an investigation after two dogs fatally mauled a 46-year-old jogger on a rural Michigan road.

  22. Divers find wreckage of World War II-era plane

    Port Huron A father and son said they've found the wreckage of a World War II-era fighter plane that crashed in Lake Huron during a training exercise 70 ...

    • 3:01 PM, Jul. 31, 2014
    • SCHOOLS

    Michigan students may opt out of animal dissection

    Lansing The State Board of Education is urging Michigan school districts to let students opt out of animal dissection for moral, ethical, religious or other ...

  23. Swarms of bees hinder rescue attempt after crash

    St. Charles Authorities say swarms of bees that emerged from a vacant Michigan home following a car crash prevented people from trying to save the motorist.

  24. Hearing set to resume in missing Ludington baby's slaying

    Ludington A key court hearing is set to resume for a northern Lower Michigan man accused of killing his baby daughter.

  25. City of Detroit posts improvement updates online

    Detroit Residents will be able to view the number of new streetlights installed in their Detroit neighborhood, how many lots were mown and the number of ...

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