News@Noon: Ausmus on hot seat; 'easy access' to cash

The Detroit News
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus

Today is May 9, 2016, and are we allowed to say Happy Monday?

Things aren’t looking up for the Tigers, who are off to a slow start this season after an 8-3 loss to the Texas Rangers yesterday. It was the team’s sixth straight loss, putting them two games under .500 (14-16) and seven games out of first place.

The heat is directly on manager Brad Ausmus, who admitted yesterday that he considers himself “in the crosshairs.”

Bloody weekend

Sixth accuser

Former Highland Park school board member Robert Davis will have to repay $198,000. He figures it will take years to do so.

‘Easy access’ to school cash

From Oakland University to the NBA?

Spartans in final stretch on "Amazing Race"

  • MSU grads Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl reached the mat first on Friday’s episode of CBS’ “The Amazing Race,” securing them a spot in Friday's finale. Friends and family are confident the best friends and Jackson natives will beat out two other remaining teams for a cool $1 million.

Welcome home, veteran

  • Retired U.S. Army medic and Purple Heart recipient old John Blizinski had been living at his parents’ house with his wife and young son since taking a medical retirement in January. Saturday afternoon, the family of three got the keys to a renovated Livonia home donated by Citizens Bank and Texas-based Military Warriors Support Foundation.

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