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Trump defiant as audio adds to border policy outrage

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Audio, photos of caged kids draw criticism from both sides of aisle

Ford rolls out plans for train station

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It's part news conference, part celebration at Michigan Central Depot as Ford outlines plans for the long-vacant Michigan Central Depot.

State letter notes firing, reassignment in Detroit demo probe

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2016 letter notes firing of one 'key staff person,' reassignment of another in demo probe

Stolen Detroit depot clock needed to 'go home'

Timepiece swiped more than 2 decades ago returned to new Ford owners

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2018 Rosa Parks Scholars tackle social issues

37 Rosa Parks Scholars will receive a $2000 scholarship this year.

Blue end zones unveiled at Michigan Stadium

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The new end zones were part of a complete field replacement at Michigan Stadium ahead of the 2018 football season. The Wolverines open the home portion of their schedule against Western Michigan on Saturday, Sept. 8. Kickoff is noon.


China: N. Korean leader Kim Jong Un to visit Beijing

The visit will be Kim’s the third in recent months to China, North Korea’s main ally


Recording of crying children at border adds to outrage

The audio surfaced as politicians and advocates flocked to the U.S.-Mexico border to visit immigration detention centers


5,000-plus expected at Ford train station event Tuesday

Detroit rapper Big Sean is expected to perform at event unveiling Ford's plans for Michigan Central Depot


Pompeo in Detroit: U.S. will alter armistice agreement for denuclearization

The agreement, which was signed July 27, 1953, formally ended the Korean War but is not a permanent peace treaty

Woman arraigned in I-75 crash that killed worker

Samiya Speed, 22, is charged in connection with the crash that killed David Snell, 57, of Bay City in a construction zone on I-75 in Detroit.

Protesters arrested after blocking downtown buildings, QLine

23 members of Poor People's Campaign say neighborhoods suffer as leaders focus more on downtown upgrades

Where Michigan's members of Congress stand on separating children, families at border

More Michigan Republican lawmakers speak out against Trump administration's practice of separating migrant children from their families


Detroit restaurant names hot dog after Jeff Goldblum's laugh in 'Jurassic Park'

Slows will serve a menu of smothered $5 hot dogs every Wednesday this summer


Owners of closed downtown Detroit bar claim city, police harassment

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The owners of the now-closed Centre Park Bar in Harmonie Park claim police harassed them to give the property to Dennis Archer Jr. for development


Cadillac invests in Lansing plant for model overhaul

GM investing $175 million at Lansing Grand River to ready for new Cadillac sedan lineup


Train station's poor condition could help with tax breaks

Blighted state of Michigan Central Depot could help Ford win tax incentives to revive historic Corktown properties


'90 by noon': A hot and sticky start to the work week

The high temperatures and humidity will make Monday feel like a 100-degree day


Trump: US won’t be ‘migrant camp’

Trump says the U.S. won’t be a “migrant camp” or “refugee holding facility”


Global warming brings sweeping change to U.S., Michigan

Temperatures increased in Michigan, especially Traverse City, where they're up 2.16 degrees over 30 years.

Monday, Jun 18

Project C: Inside Ford's deal to save old train station

The inside story of Ford Motor Co.'s effort to save the Michigan Central Depot, convert it into a mobility campus in Corktown

Storms wash out roads in Upper Peninsula

National Weather Service says as much as 6 inches of rain fell in some areas

Wojo: Tigers keep winning, now more than a curiosity?

And here the Tigers still are, a curiosity perhaps becoming something more than that. Flukes and goose vibes don’t last 73 games.

Five in a row! Hardy helps hot Tigers sweep White Sox

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Another strong outing by Blaine Hardy in Sunday's 3-1 win has the Detroit Tigers contemplating a six-man rotation when Francisco Liriano returns.

Sunday, Jun 17

Detroit church wants black men as leaders for youth

A stream of black men walked the right side aisle in a line and filled in the pews at St. Stephen A.M.E. church

How Ford plans to resurrect the train station

Ford Motor Co. plans to have 5,000 people working on its Corktown campus by 2022.

Tigers' second straight late rally pushes streak to four

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Castellanos hits a pair of home runs and Tigers ruffle Bruce Rondon for tie-breaking run in 8th

Niyo: Life with twins a whole new ballgame for Tigers' McCann

Funny what fatherhood can do to a man, or as his wife Jessica notes, what six blessed months can do for a young couple raising premature babies.

Saturday, Jun 16

Dream fulfillment: Tigers Iglesias beaming after becoming a U.S. citizen

Iglesias and fellow Cuban native Leonys Martin will participate in a naturalization ceremony at Comerica Park June 25

Driver killed in I-75 crash after police chase

The Auburn Hills Police Department is investigating a fatal crash caused by a possible intoxicated motorist after police terminated pursuit

UM applications rise 10%, another record high

More than 65,000 apply for University of Michigan incoming freshman class, a 10 percent increase from last year

Central Depot message: 'A sentinel of progress'

Same week vacant train station is sold, iconic structure features message

Friday, Jun 15

Michigan Stadium will have blue end zones for first time

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Michigan Stadium will have blue end zones for the first time in program history for the 2018 football season.

Engler defies growing calls to resign at MSU

Michigan State Trustee Brian Mosallam on Friday became the first trustee calling for Engler's resignation as MSU's interim president

Michigan law shielding drug makers draws scrutiny amid opioid crisis

Michigan's unique law might prevent communities from winning lawsuits to reclaim money they've spent fighting the opioid epidemic, legal experts say.

New UAW President Gary Jones takes over at uncertain time

The new UAW president will lead members through a collective bargaining process with Detroit's automakers amid organizing challenges, possible consequences of steel and aluminum tariffs, and uncertainty surrounding global trade.

Thursday, Jun 14

Study: Bad assessments prompt 10K Detroit foreclosures

Researchers found 10 percent of tax foreclosures in Detroit between 2011 and 2015 were due to inflated assessments.

Payne review: Camaro 1LE is a joy to drive hard

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The affordably wicked Chevy Camaro V-6 1LE is here to play.

'Sad day': Tigers star Miguel Cabrera done for the season with ruptured biceps tendon

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Miguel Cabrera ruptured his left biceps tendon on hard swing during Tuesday's loss. Season-ending surgery will be required.

Engler emails on Nassar case spark backlash

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Engler’s remarks were made to a school lawyer in April, a month before Michigan State reached a $500 million settlement with victims of Larry Nassar