Yashinsky: Where Are They Now? 9 Ex-Tigers Around the Majors
Joey Yashinsky looks at how Max Scherzer, David Price, Rajai Davis and six other ex-Tigers are doing.
Doing it Wrong: Team Snyder's Flint Decisions Get 'F' Grade on Campuses
Rick Snyder's mishandling of the water crisis is being taught as an example of epic organizational failure.
Death of Kid Rock's Assistant Delays His Music Award
"We certainly understand and agree that this is not the right time for a celebration," says a Detroit Music Awards statement.
Downtown Detroit Diner Closes After Less Than a Year
The restaurant window at 660 Woodward has a sign that says: "New Restaurant Coming Soon."
Ex-Dearborn Cop Says Police Department Is Hostile Toward Arab American Officers
One officer who left said he faced daily harassment and discrimination by his colleagues and superiors at the Dearborn Police Department, the Arab American News reports.
Lengel: County Doesn't Owe Gilbert an Automatic 'Yes' on Soccer Arena Plan
There's no Plan B when it comes to building the soccer arena, Dan Gilbert says, which should give the county a better bargaining position. (Video of proposed design is here.)
Gilbert Wants to Build Soccer Stadium at Jail Site; Not So Fast, Says County
"The real question though for the county and the community and the people of Detroit is, you know, do we want a jail at the foot of downtown and the front door?” Dan Gilbert said.
Finger-Flipper Tyler Collins, with .100 Batting Average, Goes Down to Toledo
The bird-flipping incident, coupled with his poor batting average, hasn't endeared Tyler Collins to Detroit fans or team executives.
8-Year-Old Activist Convinces Obama to Visit Flint
Amariyanna has been on the front lines of the city's water crisis for months, often seen in a tiara and sash reading "Little Miss Flint," writes MLive.
Update: Tigers' Tyler Collins Won't Be Suspended for Giving Fans the Finger
"To be at home and to hear boos after that play, it hit a trigger inside of me," says Collins.
Column: Why Lansing Needs to Pass 'Armenian Genocide' Education Bill
"My paternal grandmother escaped the Armenian Genocide with her brother when she was eleven years old," writes Ara Topouzian.
Gilbert Acquiring Key Piece to Develop Hudson's Site in Downtown Detroit
Dan Gilbert plans to build 250 residential units, 225,000 square feet of mixed-use commercial or retail space and “programmed civic space on the old Hudson's site.
Battle Creek Substitute Teacher Says She Was Fired For Saying 'Vagina' in Class
“Being afraid of the word … creates an aura of shame around the body part," Allison Wint told the Freep.