Michigan's oldest and largest newspaper is known for its providing comprehensive news coverage of metro Detroit and Michigan. The winner of eight Pulitzer Prizes and three national Emmy Awards, the Free Press is a trusted source of information on GM, Ford and Chrysler, as well as on international auto news.
As Michigan's most-read newspaper, the Free Press offers unique perspectives on current issues from columnists Mitch Albom, Tom Walsh, Susan Tompor, Rochelle Riley, Drew Sharp, Michael Rosenberg and more. And, as a newspaper annually selected to have one of the best sports sections in the country, the Free Press is the nation's best source for behind-the-scenes coverage of Detroit's professional sports teams (the Detroit Lions, Tigers, Red Wings and Pistons), as well as Michigan's Big 10 teams (the Wolverines and Spartans).
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