Thousands Lose Power Friday In Madison HeightsAn estimated 3,000 homes and businesses are without power, Friday morning, in Madison Heights.
Regulators OK Increased Electric Rates At DTE EnergyThe total rate increase is 5.3 percent
DTE Crews Working Through The Night To Restore Power In Metro Detroit"We do expect the outages to continue..."
The Debate Over Michigan's Electricity Deregulation: What You Need To KnowThe debate, fueled by a high-stakes lobbying fight between two major utilities and their competitors, is intensifying this fall and is among a number of big energy issues facing lawmakers.
Power Out, Lines Down, Streets Flooded After Strong Storms Blow Across Southeast MichiganThousands of homes and businesses lost power as a line of severe storms rolled across metro Detroit.
DTE Energy Improves Detroit Neighborhood With First Solar-Powered Trash CompactorsDTE Energy set up the units at the Third Street bus stop area across from the MGM Grand Detroit, its Navitas House office building at Bagley Avenue and Third Street and in the company’s food truck area near its headquarters building entrance.
$5,000 Reward Offered In Case Of DTE Energy Worker Shot In Detroit"We hope the community will help us minimize threats to our workers.”
DTE Energy Employee Shot While Working In Detroit; $1,000 Reward Offered For Info On GunmanAssaulting a utility worker is an enhanced felony in Michigan and can result in additional prison time.
Armed Robber Targeting DTE Energy Crews In Detroit; $2,500 Reward OfferedSomeone is preying on utility workers in Detroit and officials are hoping a cash reward will lead police to the suspect.
150,000 In Metro Detroit Lose Power Due To Strong StormsDTE Energy says heavy wind gusts and rainfall throughout the night caused trees and tree limbs to knock out power.
DTE To Install Solar-Powered Trash Compactors In DetroitThe utility says Thursday that the Bigbelly units are expected to arrive this summer.
State Wants Utilities To Discuss Potential Shutoff Changes After Man Froze To DeathThe Michigan Public Service Commission wants companies to submit ways to better reach elderly residents who are most at risk during a shutoff in extreme weather.