Residents of Ferndale may get some answers Wednesday night about what caused power outages in July during a heat wave.
Here we go again. Forecasters are predicting a heat index around 100 degrees, less than a week following the worst heat wave of the decade.
Punishing heat and humidity pushed customer demand for electricity on Thursday to its highest level in the 125-year history of Consumers Energy.
The excessive heat is taking its toll on Michigan blood supplies, as well as preventing donors from giving.
Sick of the hot weather yet? Temperatures are expected to reach into the 90’s again Saturday and if that happens, it will be the 7th straight day above 90.
A major blackout for thousands of residents in Ferndale appears to be over.
Authorities say a heat wave that pushed temperatures to 100 degrees throughout Michigan has contributed to the deaths of at least three people.
After thermometers across the state flirted with the 100 mark Thursday, a weekend forecast with temps in the mid to low 90s doesn’t seem so bad.
On the day Metro Detroit hit a record high, WWJ’s Kathryn Larson and Zahra Huber conducted a bit of a “science” experiment.
There’s no relief from the heat in sight, with temperatures climbing to 100 degrees or more in several Metro Detroit communities.