The Washington Post
U.S. Steel Jumps After Forecasting Improvement for Third Quarter
U.S. Steel Corp., the country's largest steelmaker by volume, jumped 9.5 percent in extended trading after reporting better-than-expected sales and earnings and forecast an improvement in the current quarter.
Alleged members of Detroit street gang indicted on drug, firearm charges
More than 30 members of a Southwest Detroit street gang have been indicted on drug and firearm charges, officials with the U.S. Attorney's Office said Friday.
The Windsor Star
Detroit Bulk Storage denied permit to store petcoke across from LaSalle
Detroit Bulk Storage has been denied a permit to store petroleum coke on a site on the Detroit River across from LaSalle by environmental regulators in Michigan, the Star has learned.
A deep dive into Michigan's emergency manager law
Three years ago, only a half-dozen cities and school districts in Michigan were being run by state-appointed emergency managers.
Michigan schools still largely mediocre
While the latest test results can't perfectly predict how well students will do after high school, the scores can shed light on overall school performance trends.
Is This Lost Dog Yours? Help Reunite Her
The For the Love of Louie - Michigan Lost Pet Lookers Facebook Page has dozens of pictures of pets that have either been lost or found, including this Jack Russell mix female found Tuesday in the Ecorse/Wyandotte area at Southfield and Jefferson.
Test scores rise for Michigan high school juniors
Michigan's high school juniors continue to score higher on the ACT college entrance exam and the Michigan Merit Exam, yet the number who are considered 'college and career-ready' dropped slightly, according to data released Monday.