Top Detroit news: Man charged in fatal shooting of police officer; GM-Hamtramck to lay off 800; more

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Man charged in fatal shooting of Detroit police officer

A 28-year-old man has been charged in the fatal shooting last month of a Detroit police officer and the wounding of another as they searched for him following a home invasion on the city’s west side.

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GM to lay off 800 workers at Detroit-Hamtramck

GM will start laying off hundreds of workers at its Detroit Hamtramck plant in February. The automaker will retool the plant to build electric vehicles.

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For Pistons, two more weeks without Jackson is too long

Detroit Pistons point guard Reggie Jackson is out for two more weeks after re-evaluation.

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Former Lions wide receiver disagrees with how players are treated

After playing two games for the Detroit Lions in 2017, Jace Billingsley retired from the NFL to pursue a career in music.

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Red Wings' 30-game start is one of worst in NHL history

The Wings are trying to remember how to have fun on the job as their losing streak hits 10.

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