This is the season for severe weather and that’s what the northern portions of Oakland, Macomb and St. Clair Counties experienced overnight.
Ice storms have caused hundreds of thousands of people throughout Michigan to lose power.
DTE is investigating how a teen was shocked and critically injured by a live wire Monday outside Burns Elementary School.
The storm trapped Chad Nielson of Orion Township inside his home for about half the day …
A truck took down a power pole on northbound Gratiot Avenue at 23 Mile — knocking out power to the surrounding area.
Crews have been working around the clock to restore power, but continuing high winds could slow the efforts.
A DTE Energy spokesperson tells WWJ that the fire happened around 8 p.m. at the Garfield substation, and roughly 3,000 customers have been affected.
Clean-up and repairs continues in Southeast Michigan following Friday’s fast-moving storms.
Linemen from three states were assisting DTE in making necessary repairs.
DTE says smart meters are safe but residents involved in the program can opt out by paying a $67 fee, plus a $10 monthly charge.