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.
It’s time to prepare to beat the summer heat and now there are ways to save on those electric bills for air conditioning.
The “Eye on the Future” team of CBS 62 Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain and CBS 62 Chief Videographer Paul Pytlowany travel the state to show viewers what is taking place in Detroit, Grand Rapids and Marquette to close the talent gap in the workforce.
Protesters met outside the Royal Oak Post Office for the march, to kick-off a two-part event called “Fukushima — the Continuing Disaster.”
Environmental and anti-nuclear groups say an environmental impact statement for the new plant lacks specifics on how DTE will protect the snake.
Budget problems forced the city of Highland Park to lose two-thirds of its street lights but some people refuse to be left in the dark.
Winds gusting to 74 miles per hour have knocked out power to at least 119,000 Michigan homes and businesses as the fringes of superstorm Sandy move through the state.
WWJ Newsradio 950’s Florence Walton reported DTE’s on West 7 Mile Road office was temporarily closed Friday as a result of the demonstration.