WSU Asks Students to Participate in 'a Full and Fair Investigation' of Lessenberry
"This is a challenging moment," a dean acknowledges to students in a weekend email. "I am sure many of you are struggling to understand these developments."
Lions and Coach Matt Patricia Won't Be Disciplined for 1996 Sex Allegation
The findings don't address the truth of the allegations, only whether the Lions and Patricia acted properly during the hiring process.
Like a Rock: Bob Seger to Resume Postponed Tour
Tickets from canceled shows can be used on the 13 new dates.
Video: Ex-WDIV Reporter Recounts Her 'Agony' from Breast Implants
Tracy Gary recalls thoughts about drowning herself. "I was so depressed. I couldn't go from my room to my refrigerator."
Detroit Worker Shoots Customer -- 2nd Incident of its Kind in Two Weeks
"This latest shooting really concerns me, coming off a similar incident last week," says the police chief.
New Deli-Coffee Shop Headed for Cass Corridor
"It's going to be clean cut, nothing too pretentious, a couple coffee items, something where people can come in, relax, and have a nice cup of coffee," co-ownerTersion Yatooma says.
Suspected Serial Killer Tells Freep: Warren Police Owe Me an Apology
Police said they began the search in Macomb Township after talking to Arthur Nelson Ream's fellow inmates, reviewing his FBI profile and watching him fail a polygraph test.
Houston News Site: 5 Reasons to Love Justin Verlander
Since coming to Houston late summer, Justin Verlander has dazzled fans with a 1.36 ERA and 165 strikeouts in 21 appearances.
Want a $1.4-Million Corktown Loft? Here You Go
The 6th St Lofts were built in 1920 and was one of Detroit's first condominium conversion buildings for luxury loft living, the owners tout.
'The Monkey Show:' Charlie LeDuff Tells Why 'I Got a Little Bit Tired' of TV News
National journalist Matt Labash delivers eye-openers about LeDuff's current part-time gig, why he quit Fox 2 and the offbeat help he gave two coney customers.
Freep Editor Goes Carless in the Motor City
"After several weeks of testing alternative modes of transportation . . . we sold our only car a few days ago," writes senior content director Randy Essex.
Miguel Cabrera: 'When You Are Doing Bad, They Crush You'
Looking at Miguel Cabrera in May 2018, we come upon a man vexed by something mysterious. It could be bruised feelings tied to an overactive imagination, Lynn Henning writes.
Updates: Jack Lessenberry Sidelines Himself at WSU and Quits Metro Times
WSU encourages "anybody who says this happened to them" to contact its associate general counsel. "We take all matters of allegations of sexual misconduct very seriously," she says.
Strikers at Caesars Windsor Reject Contract, So Casino Remains Closed
The strike has shut the casino since early April. The casino calls its latest offer "more than fair."