Friday, November 23, 2012

Detroit news

  • Detroit News predictions: Michigan at Ohio State

    While receiver-turned-quarterback Devin Gardner gives the Buckeyes' defense another factor to contend with, undefeated Ohio State has an advantage with QB Braxton Miller at the helm.

  • At 4-7, Detroit Lions are at a critical crossroads as franchise

    At 4-7, Detroit Lions are at a critical crossroads as franchise. By Chris McCosky; The Detroit News; Comments. Lions center Dominic Raiola and quarterback Matthew Stafford betray their frustration as the team drops another close game Thursday.

  • Report: NFL to review Lions DT Ndamukong Suh's kick

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  • Detroit Pistons Players Unhappy With Lawrence Frank's Rotations and Schemes

    Head coach Lawrence Frank is coming under fire from some of his players, who have begun to publicly gripe about him as the Detroit Pistons continue to stumble at 2-10. Frank blames the Pistons' struggles on a lack of energy, but his players aren't ...

  • Detroit library debates terms of director's contract

    Detroit - One day after the FBI raided their offices, some Detroit Public Library officials want to extend their director's contract.

  • If Levin retires, floodgates will open

    It's a question sure to come up next year and possibly shake up the 2014 election landscape: Will Sen. Carl Levin, the long-time titan in Michigan politics, retire or run one more time?

  • Dave and Chuck 'the Freak' leaving 89x, accepted undisclosed offer elsewhere

    The show's hosts, Dave Hunter, Chuck Urquhart and Lisa Way, talk openly and graphically about sex and they have mocked everyone from former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick to Asians to idiot criminals. Recently, Hunter's mother gave her review of - and ...

  • The Detroit News

    Detroit - Detroit will not receive $10 million in bond funding set to be released today now that the City Council has rejected a legal contract that was required for release of the money, Mayor Dave Bing said.

  • Downtown Detroit stuffed with Thanksgiving festivities

    Detroit - Thousands of thankful souls descended downtown Thursday, grateful for warm temperatures, the 86th America's Thanksgiving Parade and even the Detroit Lions. For many paradegoers, it's all about tradition. "I grew up in the city and I've been ...

  • GM workforce

    The Brownstown Battery Assembly Plant, in a former warehouse with little to identify it as a GM plant, represents the Detroit automaker's youngest workforce. It is operated by a GM subsidiary, GM Subsystems Manufacturing LLC. And 45 percent of its ...

  • Former Tigers first baseman Gail Harris was last player to hit home run for NY ...

    Former Tigers first baseman Gail Harris died at his home in Gainesville, Va., Nov. 14. He was 81. Harris played for Detroit for three seasons from 1958-60, hitting .248 with 29 home runs and 122 RBIs in 256 games. He made his debut with the N.Y. Giants ...

  • A shot to stop pain turns into meningitis nightmare

    Joe Nelson is one of 167 Michiganians infected with fungal meningitis since early October. His wife, Apri, cares for him in their West Bloomfield home.

  • Iowa leads Nebraska 7-3 in second quarter, keeping Michigan's Big Title hopes ...

    Iowa leads Nebraska 7-3 with 3:44 left in the second quarter. A Nebraska loss and a Michigan win against Ohio State Saturday would earn the Wolverines the Legend Division title and a trip to the Big Ten championship game in Indianapolis Dec. 1 ...

  • Detroit church serves turkey, smiles and all the fixings

    On Thanksgiving, when many are eating food and watching football, Westminster Church of Detroit has a tradition of serving anyone including seniors and the homeless.

  • Lack of cash stalls search for Detroit police chief

    Detroit - The search for a new police chief has hit a snag because the city doesn't have enough money to pay for firms to find candidates, city officials say.

  • Metro Detroiters get jump on holiday shopping

    Shortly after eating turkey and dessert, Metro Detroit consumers began gathering outside retailers early Thanksgiving night before doors opened for the start to Black Friday holiday shopping.

  • Jeff Backus officially out, Louis Delmas in for Lions

    Detroit - For the first time in his professional career, Jeff Backus will not participate on game day. Backus' franchise best 186-game consecutive start streak is over, stopped by a hamstring injury.

  • Southwest Detroiters plan area patrols

    Since its inception in 2009, the patrols have grown into a nonprofit linked with the Detroit Youth Violence Prevention Initiative.

  • Confidence up for Michigan State receivers

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  • New yacht club foundation raising funds to restore historic clubhouse

    "It probably is arguably one of the most significant buildings in the Detroit area. We want to preserve it for the long term.

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