Bye Bye Joba Chamberlain
It looked like a certainty that Joba Chamberlain was in trouble with the Tigers after giving up three homers in one inning this week.
Kirk Gibson: 'After Opening Day, I Knew Something Was Wrong'
A more vulnerable Kirk Gibson returned to the broadcast booth this week for the first time since announcing in April that he has Parkinson's Disease.
An Outpost of Cuba Comes to . . . Troy, Of All Places
Support from Oakland County and the city bring a business relations office to Metro Detroit.
Car Dealer Art Moran Dies at Age 89
Art Moran, a Cass Tech High School, joined the Navy and served in the Pacific aboard the USS Lexington during World War II. He was in the car business for nearly seven decades.
Vacant Midtown Apartment Building To Get New Lease on Life
The Michigan Economic Development Corp.'s Michigan Strategic Fund has awarded the project a $670,210 performance-based grant, Crain's Detrot Business reports.
LeDuff: Detroit Violent Crime Doesn't Seem to Be Down
"I can't sit here in good conscience and tell you yeah, crime is down," a Detroit cop tells Charlies LeDuff. "We just don't have the officers anymore."
Hoax Brings SWAT Team to Grosse Pointe Park Home
"It seemed like a dream. ... It wasn't even real," Paul Chesney, 37, tells Thee Detroit News about being a victim of "swatting."
Dearborn Mayor: Hubbard Statue 'Can Be a Distraction'
"We are already engaged in a discussion about its disposition," says Mayor Jack O'Reilly (pictured).
Beloved Lions Star Charlie Sanders Dies at 68
Beyond his greatness on the field, Mike O'Hara writes, "Charlie Sanders was a great human being."
Adidas Looks at Detroit for First U.S. Sneaker Plant
"We can bring manufacturing back to Detroit and that's where we want to be in 2017," says executive board member Eric Liedtka (pictured).
Macomb Cops Jest About Latest Critter Capture
The county animal control number "has now moved to position 1 on our speed dial," says the Shelby Township Police Department after collaring two barnyard escapees.
Parker: The Surge of Fentanyl-Heroin Overdose Deaths
"Under the watchful eye of a physician, the drug can be a life-saver. Uncontrolled on the street, it can be a life-taker," writes Ross Parker, a former federal prosecutor in Detroit.
Teacher Says She Got Along Well With Student Who Aims Threats At Her
Staci Herrell says she and the student got along. “I hugged her. I kissed her on the forehead. That’s why I’m so fearful.”