Toyota says its North American production is back to normal levels after a six-month slowdown following the March earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Waterford Township police are looking for a man suspected of stealing a donation box that was to be given to the victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami.
Toyota is extending production cuts at its 13 North American factories into at least early June.
So much talent is born in the Detroit area, and this is an all-new way to showcase it.
Midland-based Dow Corning Corp. and Hemlock-based Hemlock Semiconductor Group are donating $200,000 to the American Red Cross to support the disaster relief effort. The Dow Corning Foundation will donate up to an additional $100,000 in an employee and retiree matching donation program.
While exposed spent fuel rods at the failing nuclear reactors in Japan pose new threats, the worst-case scenario would still be unlikely to expose the public to catastrophic amounts of radiation, says a University of Michigan nuclear engineering professor who is an expert on this particular kind of reactor.
In the aftermath of what has been deemed the most powerful earthquake in Japan’s history, many Japanese Americans in Metro Detroit are frantically trying to reach loved ones in Japan.
Would nuclear power plants in Michigan withstand a disaster like the one in Japan?