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  1. One of the worst winters in Michigan spawned road problems. Crater-size potholes developed in the southbound lanes of Greenfield from Eight Mile to just north of Nine Mile, forcing repairs. The road should reopen by Oct. 31. (Photos by Max Ortiz / The Detroit News)

    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.

  1. Torii Hunter, Miguel Cabrera homer in ninth to rescue Tigers in victory

    Detroit Tigers' Torii Hunter, right, and Miguel Cabrera celebrate Hunter's solo home run off Minnesota Twins relief pitcher Casey Fien in the ninth inning. Miguel Cabrera followed Hunter with a solo home run moments later. The Tigers won 8-6. (Jim Mone / Associated Press)Two of the Tigers' elders saved their playoff-hunting team's skin Monday night at Target Field when Torii Hunter and Miguel Cabrera hit ninth-inning homers to give the Tigers an 8-6 victory over the Twins.

  2. Reality saps drama out of Detroit bankruptcy

     (Brandy Baker / The Detroit News)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.

  3. House report blasts NHTSA for failing to spot GM ignition defect

     (Steve Perez / The Detroit News)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.

  4. 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.

  1. Nate Freese kicked 20 field goals without a miss last year at Boston College. As a Lions rookie, he has missed three of his first five attempts. (Chuck Burton / Associated Press)

    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.'

  1. 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 …

  1. Brand-new Lions done in by same old mistakes in loss to Panthers

    This wasn't a battering, not really. It was a bumbling, a bungling, a trip down misery lane. Against a tough defense, the Lions' offense made all the big mistakes in a 24-7 …

  1. The Internet of things? That's banking on trouble

    There's a great big Internet-connected network of the future coming, America, and I am afraid.

  1. Mr. Obama goes to war
  2. Despite shortcomings, Joe Nathan gets job done for Tigers and that's enough
  3. Could new technology devastate auto industry?
  4. Gov. Snyder as you've never heard him before
  1. Bentivolio 'seriously considering' write-in campaign

    U.S. Rep. Kerry Bentivolio is 'seriously considering' a write-in campaign for Congress after suffering a huge double-digit loss in the GOP primary a …

  1. Gamers' prank brings SWAT team raids

    In this April 22, 2014, file photo, Nassau County police officers enter a home in Long Beach, N.Y., in search of an armed killer, based on a phone call that turned out to be a hoax. Authorities say the dangerous and costly prank known as 'swatting', is becoming increasingly popular among people who play combat games over live video feeds while thousands of people watch. Authorities estimated they spent $100,000 to send more than 60 officers to the Long Beach, Long Island swatting hoax. (Jim Staubitser / AP)

    Denver — Authorities are increasingly concerned about a hoax in which video game players lash out at online opponents by making fake 911 calls that send …

  1. Detroit cops must retake the streets

    Police Chief James Craig disbanded the Narcotics Section amid an investigation. Its replacement should come quickly to help stem drug activity that plagues some neighborhoods. (Charles V. Tines / The Detroit News)

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

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

    The house-made veggie burger at Dime Store has greens, red onion, goat cheese and honey mustard. Add hand-cut fries or a side salad for $2. (Melody Baetens / The Detroit News)

    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 …


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