- Game Two Restored Hope
- Verlander Will be Fine
- Red Wings Need to Step Up
- Lions able to sign all nine draft picks
- Will Ryan Raburn be the New Tiger Killer?
- Oakland Joins Horizon League
- Detroit Shocks the College Nation
- Wings give home ice advantage back
- Wings Look to Take Care of Business at Home
- Wild week for the Wings
- Michigan no-fault supporters seek info on how rates are setA coalition fighting reforms to Michigan's no-fault auto insurance law wants to know how rates are established for the portion of premiums that pays for catastrophic auto injuries.
- “Scared out of my mind,” Warren native talks about enduring Moore, Oklahoma, tornadoAs storm clouds gathered in the west Monday afternoon, Rebekah Lara — a Warren native living in Moore, Okla. — drove to Briarwood Elementary School, picked up her child and hurried to a friend’s storm shelter.
- Mark Hackel pecks away at L. Brooks PattersonThe ceremony where falcon chicks that hatch near the top of the old County Building are given their official names has become a springtime tradition in Macomb County, and it offers a rare moment of pure brevity and cajoling between the media and the top Macomb official.
- Teen in psychiatric center; sex case against ex-cop adjournedA hearing for a retired Warren police officer charged with criminal sexual conduct was postponed Tuesday because the prosecution’s key witness — a 16-year-old girl — is in a psychiatric hospital.
- Michigan no-fault supporters seek info on how rates are set
Tag Archives: Detroit Mercy
Michigan and Michigan State took very different routes throughout this college basketball season, but the results so far are similar. Both are low seeds and playing very close to home as (4) Michigan plays (13) South Dakota State at 7:15 … Continue reading
Well, they picked him as the preseason player of the year in the Horizon League, and over the course of the season he showed everyone why he was just that. Ray McCallum adds another award to his cabinet as he … Continue reading
In case you missed it, former men’s assistant basketball coach Carlos Briggs is filing a lawsuit against the University of Detroit Mercy and former athletic director Keri Gaither. Here is the original story on the topic, posted by yours truly … Continue reading
In this week’s weekend preview, we discuss the Big Dance for the local teams, as well as the Pistons on the West Coast and the Red Wings playing the San Jose Sharks. With the uncertainty of the NCAA tournament we … Continue reading
The NCAA tournament brackets came out on Sunday with three teams from the state making the Big Dance. Michigan State is a number one seed in the West starting the tournament against the number 16 LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds. Detroit Mercy … Continue reading
This week, we talk about the Red Wings and Pistons playing back to back games, and the Big Ten tournament, and Selection Sunday. We also discuss how we think Michigan State, Michigan, and Detroit Mercy will be seeded in the NCAA tournament.
Tuesday night’s win over number one-seeded Valparaiso clinched Detroit Mercy’s spot in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1999. The game was played in Valparaiso, where the Crusaders had only lost twice all year before Tuesday. However, for Detroit Mercy, Tuesday’s … Continue reading
Looking back at the big weekend that was in local college basketball left two teams with a conference championship, another in the tournament championship game and the last upset in the final moments. First lets start with the Big Ten … Continue reading
Today we have the Detroit Tigers playing Florida Southern University, with possible fifth starters Andy Oliver and Drew Smiley pitching for the Tigers. This will also be the first game for Prince Fielder in a Tiger uniform. Tonight we have … Continue reading