Up to $250,000 has been authorized to help clean up fallen trees and other debris from county roadways following a tornado that damaged dozens of homes in and around Dexter.
Emergency crews and residents in Dexter have begun the long process of cleaning up damage caused by a tornado with winds estimated around 135 mph that wreaked havoc across the village Thursday night.
A Saturday evening of vicious weather ends with thousands without power, and DTE says 17,000 remain in the dark as of Sunday evening.
The FBI is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying those reponsible for leaving a suspicious package outside of a Detroit abortion clinic.
With about one thousand flooded basements in Livonia, Mayor Jack Kirksey says they’re trying to help senior citizens who may not be able to carry damaged items out of the house.
About 12,000 DTE customers are experiencing a power outage because of the high winds.
Japan was struck by a magnitude 8.9 earthquake off its northeastern coast Friday, unleashing a 13-foot tsunami that washed away cars and tore away buildings along the coast near the epicenter.
Cleanup efforts continue at Michigan Stadium today after a burst water pipe last week.
Water leaked onto the stadium’s east concourse for as much as 30 minutes Thursday evening before officials were alerted to the problem.
Four teens are in some big trouble for allegedly causing more than $25,000 in property damage in Roseville.