Yashinsky: Meet the Fleet-Footed Ish Smith, The Newest Detroit Piston
Ish Smith makes the Pistons a more dangerous club, writes Joey Yashinsky.
Motor City Muckraker's Steve Neavling Acquitted of Assaulting a Videographer
"I thought it was ludicrous that I was charged," Steve Neavling told Deadline Detroit.
A Real-Life Pink Panther: Woman Accuses Kay Jewelers of Losing $8,000 Diamond
Amid accusations that their employees have switched customer's diamonds for poorer quality gems, Kay Jewelers' stock prices have dropped.
Yashinsky: How the Rays Outsmarted Themselves and the Tigers Burned 'em For It
There was one hidden factor in that inning that allowed the Tigers to complete such a stunning turnaround. In baseball circles today, it is simply called “the shift."
Al Kaline: Cabrera Best Tigers Hitter He's Seen, But 'Can't Run a Lick'
"He’s one great hitters of all-time," former Tigers player Al Kaline says of Miguel Cabrera.
Narcotics Cop Spent Lavishly on Strippers, Hair Restoration, Cars - Fed Prosecutors
An IRS agent testified in court Thursday that the source of some of Detroit Police Lt. David Hansberry's cash was unknown, the Freep reports.
Why The Sports Format Failed at 105.1 After 34 Month Run
One of the biggest problems was losing out in a bid for the Detroit Tigers' radio broadcast rights, reports the Detroit Free Press.
NBA Coach in Memphis Wants to Help Out Wrongully Imprisoned Davontae Sanford
David Fizdale, head coach of the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies, has no connection to Detroit, but says he was brought to tears after hearing the story of Davontae Sanford.
'Blight into Beauty:' CBS News Reports Tonight on Highland Park's Avalon Village
Shamayim ("Shu") Harris is interviewerd by Steve Hartman for an "On the Road" segment airing Friday. She created the neighborhood-uplift group after her 2-year-old son's hit-run death.
'There Is No Excuse:' Mudgie's Owner Steps Up and Reinforces Corktown Deli's Image
"This sentiment is why so many people are diehard fans," says one reaction to a Facebook apology for "a crash and burn" day. "A very classy post," comments another admirer.
Drama in 3 Acts: An Ignored Shopper, a Public Venting, an Owner's Apology
"Customers of other ethnicities come in and they get all the attention," posts April Woodard, a Detroit mom who left Vault of Midnight empty-handed.
Dan Gilbert Fears Detroit Is Falling Behind in Competition for Auto Technology Firms
GM could build a technology-driven, digitally based place that would blow away everyone in attracting young people, Dan Gilbert says.
Video: Ex-Ferndale Cop Faces Charges of Excessive Force
"As bad as it is, and as deplorable as his actions, it was properly reported by other officers and up the chain of command," Police Chief Timothy Collins says.
Off-Duty Security Guard Opens Fire on Robbers in Detroit, Shoots One
“He had his gun pointed at me and I did what I had to do," said security guard Cordaro Boyd.