Monday marks one week since torrential rains flooded streets and freeways, trapping cars and sending rushing water into thousands of basements.
A woman who city officials said died in massive flooding this week in the Detroit area has a message to share.
While the flood waters might be gone, the recovery and cleanup are going to last for a quite while.
The governor will spend some time helping clean up after this week’s historic flood, according to his office.
Communities are just starting to realize the extent of damage caused by Monday’s record-breaking storms.
A section of Outer Drive that has been underwater for most of the week is expected to finally reopen Friday morning.
In especially hard-hit Macomb County, officials urge affected property owners to call a special information hotline.
Schuette’s Consumer Alert recommends the following six consumer tips for hiring a water clean-up company or contractor:
Is federal help on the way? Maybe not.
Motorists traveling on I-94 on Detroit’s east side got more of an amusement park ride than a smooth ride to work.