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  • Daily News Briefs: Aug. 6, 2012

     
    Onetime Saab owner Spyker filed a $3 billion lawsuit against GM for blocking the sale of the Swedish automaker to Chinese companies Pang Da Automobile Trade and Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile last December, Reuters reports. Spyker contends GM "had...
  • Blue

     
    Michigan was pounded into submission by a team far superior in every way....Michigan had a nice season last year, and some thought it was back among college football's royalty. But it is not....Kyle Meinke, Ann Arbor. com (See also Meinke's......
  • Kia Forte, Updated Sorento to Debut at L.A. Auto Show

     
    We showed you the next Kia Forte in July. Now Kia says the compact car, which sports mini-Optima styling, will show up at the L.A. Auto Show this November. It will debut alongside an updated Sorento SUV. Kia sales executive......
  • 'I hope they do well,' Emmert says of Penn State

     
    NCAA President Mark Emmert said "it is good for college sports" if Penn State's football team succeeds under sanctions but did not back down from the reasons they were imposed. Speaking to the Detroit Economic Club on Friday, Emmert repeated......
  • Free Press Praises GR As "A Get-It-Done Kind Of Place"

    Free Press Praises GR As "A Get-It-Done Kind Of Place"
    A Detroit Free Press columnist today hailed Grand Rapids as "a get-it-done kind of place." Ron Dzwonkowski's column was headlined "Grand Rapids Is A Model Of Progress." In it, he praised the city for its $27 million Grand River restoration project and...
  • Dramatic medical rescue from Antarctic station a success

    Dramatic medical rescue from Antarctic station a success
    A dramatic medical evacuation mission played out Thursday as an aircraft picked up a patient from a research station in Antarctica, landing on a ice runway during a narrow window of "twilight" in the continent's dark winter. While officials apparently...
  • Fiery crash in Indiana could be linked to Michigan homicide investigation

    Fiery crash in Indiana could be linked to Michigan homicide investigation
    A fiery Thursday morning crash in LaPorte County may be linked to a Michigan case involving the deaths of a woman and two children. Indiana State Police responded to an early morning crash involving two vehicles on Interstate 94 at the 43 mile marker...
  • Police: Family stabbed to death in home before suspect's fiery crash

    Police: Family stabbed to death in home before suspect's fiery crash
    Police in Michigan have confirmed the identities of a mother and two children whose deaths may be connected a fiery crash in Indiana. Investigators said Linda Vanderlinden, 34, and her sons Julien, 7, and Matthew, 4, were stabbed to death inside a home...
  • Siblings Killed in Bonfire Explosion

    Siblings Killed in Bonfire Explosion
    A brother and sister on the east side of the state are dead after a bonfire exploded over the weekend. It happened on Saturday in Saint Clair Township, which is about an hour northeast of Detroit. 18 year old Savannah Blewett was celebrating her high...
  • They're No. 1: How the best beaches are chosen

    In Florida, we caught up with Dr. Beach, better known in real life as Stephen Leatherman, director of the Laboratory of Coastal Research at Florida International University in Miami. He has been ranking America's ocean beaches since 1991, taking into...