Michigan State Police say there were fewer crashes and more deaths on Michigan streets and highways in the latest year.
Michigan State Police troopers will be working overtime to respond to all of the accidents caused by wintery weather Friday.
Among the biggest accidents we’re looking at are along the northbound Southfield Freeway before Oakwood … where one lane is open but things are still a big mess.
Police report icy road conditions and multiple accidents, including a one-vehicle crash in southwest Michigan that killed two of the seven people aboard
State police report alcohol played a major role in auto accidents over the holidays.
Chesterfield Township authorities say a woman was trying to help an injured driver at the scene of a highway crash when she was hit and killed by an oncoming car.
At least three people have died in Michigan while riding off-road vehicles during the long holiday weekend.
I-94 was closed in both directions between Jackson Road and M-14 due to an accident involving an SUV and a semi.
Motorists could be in for an icy, dicey morning commute with a Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 3 a.m. to 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Metro Detroit roadways are snow covered and icy after snow overnight. While the snowplows are out in full force salting the roads, some area roadways are especially slick and multiple accidents have been reported.
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