A Reporter's Stumble: There Is No 'Brighter Side,' or Humor, in Larry Nassar Saga
A tone-deaf wisecrack is deleted and apologized for after criticism. "This is really bizarre," a Metro Detroit critic posts.
Downtown Detroit's First-Rate Salad Bar Is Getting the Boot
"There will only be 14 weeks left before the Green Room is homeless," the owner writes on Facebook.
Video: Brick Smashes I-94 Motorist's Windshield in Detroit
"I could've been seriously injured or killed by this," Anthony Smith tells Fox 2. "They could've really hurt somebody."
Pollster on Trump in Michigan: 'His Approval Ratings Are Terrible'
"We are the bellwether state at this point. Michigan is going to reflect what is occurring nationally," says Rich Czuba.
Novi Man Threatens to Kill CNN Employees, Cites 'Fake News'
"I am on my way right now to gun the fuckin’ CNN cast down … I am coming to kill you," Brandon Griesemer allegedly said in one of many phone calls to the network.
'White Boy Rick' Book Includes Allegations of High-Level Detroit Police Corruption
The failed effort to battle drugs is seen through the riviting tale of White Boy Rick, recruited at age 14 by the FBI because the kid knew all the wrong people.
MSU Sends Bills for Nassar Visits That Involved Sexual Assault
"My mom is still being billed [by MSU Sports Medicine] for those appointments," says Emma Ann Miller. It's a mistake, says the unbiversity, which doesn't expect payments.
Update: This Detroit Restaurant Owner Tumbles into a Something-Not-to-Say Pratfall
Gregory Holm apparently missed or forgot Aaron Foley's guidance for newcomers in a bluntly titled 2015 handbook: "How to Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass."
Memo to Cable News and Some Other National Media: Abuse of Gymnasts Is a Big Deal
"When terrible wrongdoing against athletes is exposed, the response depends more on the sport than the scandal," a BuzzFeed post says. (Twitter photo from The State News)
Lengel: When It's Freezing, the QLine's Wimpy Heater Falls Far Short
Each platform has one tiny overhead space heater. We need more, writes Allan Lengel.
No More 'Gowns and Glitter of the Old Days' on Detroit Auto Show Presenters
This unnamed product specialist is featured in a gallery at the Detroit Auto Show website. "The time is definitely up" for what models used to wear, the Freep observes.