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Aidan Hutchinson’s ‘Billie Jean’ karaoke on ‘Hard Knocks’ was so good a teammate ripped off his clothes

There’s a whole conversation we need to have about the Lions becoming a franchise worthy of envy, because that’s its own whole conversation. For now we can just focus on one moment from Tuesday night’s debut of Hard Knocks, specifically Aidan Hutchinson — who took part in some rookie embarrassment when he was asked to sing in front of the entire team.
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Body found burned beyond recognition inside torched SUV on east side

DETROIT (FOX 2) - The scene an incredibly grisly one - a body found burned beyond recognition inside the rear of a vehicle on Detroit's east side. Very little is known about what happened, but crews got a 911 call before 2 a.m. Wednesday leading to the burning SUV, near Dubois and Hancock a block south of E. Warren Ave.

Child shoots grandmother over argument inside SUV, Detroit police say

DETROIT – A child shot his grandmother overnight when they got into an argument inside an SUV in Detroit, police said. The shooting happened around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday (Aug. 10) in the 8800 block of Knodell Street on the city’s east side, according to authorities. Officials said a...

Michigan State 2024 WR commit Nick Marsh's player rating increased in 247Sports rankings update

Michigan State got off to its earliest start in a recruiting cycle in the Mel Tucker era last month when four-star in-state receiver Nick Marsh became the Spartans’ first class of 2024 commitment. Seventeen months ahead of his first opportunity to sign a national letter of intent, Marsh closed down his recruitment to commit to Tucker, receivers coach Courtney Hawkins and the Spartans.
FOX Sports

Can Minnesota win the Big Ten West? Will Michigan & Penn State underachieve | Number One Ranked Show

FOX Sports’ RJ Young breaks down which teams in the Big Ten will do better than their preseason win totals, and which teams will fall short. RJ is high on the Minnesota Golden Gophers, the Purdue Boilermakers, and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights to exceed their totals, but he believes the Michigan Wolverines and Penn State Nittany Lions will fall short of theirs. RJ also gives his best bets to put ‘Money in the Bag.’

3 Great Steakhouses in Michigan

If you are someone who knows their steak and you love to try new restaurants whenever you get the chance then you are in luck because that's what this article is all about - three amazing steakhouses in Michigan that you should really visit if you haven't already. All of these places are great options for a casual meal with friends or family members but are also a good choice if you are looking for a place where you can celebrate a special occasion. If you are curious to see if your favorite steakhouse is on the list, here are the three great steakhouses in Michigan that are highly praised:
Detroit News

Why feds can't seize cash from Kwame Kilpatrick, wife's accounts

Detroit — Operators of a crowdfunding website told federal officials they no longer possess donations to former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and his wife, LaTicia Kilpatrick, after the money was withdrawn and accounts were closed. In a Wednesday federal court filing, Inc. Chief Operating Officer Davey Randa wrote...
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Ohio State, Michigan lead the group of six Big Ten teams who can compete for the CFP | Number One Ranked Show

RJ Young shares which Big Ten players he believes will have a breakout season, including two from the Ohio State Buckeyes. Then, RJ explains why he thinks there are six teams in the Big Ten who can realistically compete for the CFP, but believes only one will actually make the playoff. Finally, RJ gives a prediction for who will win the Big Ten Championship game.

Michigan Lottery: Metro Detroit woman wins $1M Mega Millions prize

Harper Woods, Mich. – Nikki Lawson was one of many to buy a Mega Millions ticket when the jackpot was so high. The only difference? She actually won something. The 39-year-old from Harper Woods was shocked to see a $1 million prize pending on her Michigan Lottery account. Lawson matched the five white balls in the July 29 drawing to win a $1 million prize.