15,000 DTE Customers Remain Without Power After StormsDTE Energy says it’s making progress in restoring electricity in the Detroit area, although 15,000 customers still lack power Sunday after storms.
DTE: 50,000 Still Without Power In Metro DetroitDTE Energy says it's making progress in restoring electricity in the Detroit area, although 60,000 customers still lack power after storms.
75K Without Power After Severe Storms Blow Through Metro DetroitSevere storms that moved through the metro Detroit area resulted in about 70,000 DTE outages -- mainly in the areas of Taylor, Romulus, Westland and Dearborn Heights.
Thousands Without Power After Overnight StormsThousands of homes and businesses are waking up without power Friday following strong overnight storms.
'Equipment Problem' Leaves Thousands Without Power In SouthfieldDTE Energy crews are working to restore power to about 4,000 homes and businesses in Southfield.
Power Outage Shuts St. Clair County International AirportThe airport is located in Kimball Township, near Port Huron and about 50 miles northeast of Detroit.
High Winds Leave Thousands In Metro Detroit Without PowerMore than 65,000 homes and businesses in Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, Washtenaw and Livingston Counties are without electricity.
Thousands Lose Power Friday In Madison HeightsAn estimated 3,000 homes and businesses are without power, Friday morning, in Madison Heights.
DTE: 25,000 Customers Without Power Following Winter StormA winter storm that passed over metro Detroit Monday left more than 25,000 DTE Energy customers without power.
Thousands Without Power As Gusty Storms, Possible Tornado Cross StateA Wind Advisory remains in effect until 10 a.m. Thursday. Forecasters say wind gusts of 45 to 50 mph are expected.
Fire At Dearborn Substation Kills Power For About 6,000 Residents, Businesses A large power outage Monday morning has lights and power out in Dearborn.
Storms, Fierce Winds Leave Thousands Without Power Across Southeast MichiganStorms packing quite the punch are causing major power problems across southeastern Michigan, leaving nearly 30,000 homes and businesses off the grid.