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.
State police said Wednesday that four of the deaths involved alcohol, and three victims were pedestrians.
This Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Michigan State Police troopers will be patrolling roads as part of the nationwide Operation C.A.R.E. traffic safety initiative.
It’s an active time of year for deer everywhere in the state, not just in rural areas.
With the start of the school year quickly approaching, physicians from the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital are urging parents and drivers to do their part to keep kids safe as they walk to school.
A stretch of I-94 in Jackson County has been the site of three major accidents in the last two days, one of them a fatality.
You could be taking your life in your hands when you cross the street in Southeast Michigan.