The sudden and heavy snowfall is causing multiple traffic accidents on Southeast Michigan freeways.
Numerous accidents were reported Thursday, as drivers encountered icy patches on local freeways.
The drive has been slower than normal on local freeways as snow squals move through southeast Michigan.
Freezing Rain Advisory expires, but a number of accidents are reported as a result of slick roads.
Accidents on northbound I-75 in Troy and U.S. 23 near Ann Arbor had traffic backed up.
Canton police say additional patrols has led to a reduction in accidents along Ford Road between Lilley and I-275.
A traffic alert for those traveling Tuesday near Ann Arbor: Flying snow flurries have been causing numerous spinout accidents and slowdowns on M-14, US 23 and I-94.
Fatal car crashes involving teen drivers fell by about a third over five years, according to a new federal report that partly credits the drop to tougher state limits on younger drivers.
It’s a massive regional effort to keep drunk drivers off the roads this holiday weekend. It’s called “Drunk Driving: Over the Limit, Under Arrest.”
(CBS) It’s peak season for many outdoor sports, including all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riding. As millions of riders hit the trails, there are renewed warnings about the safety of ATVs.