T-storms Rumble Across SE Michigan, Auto Plant Loses Power

Lightning from the storm hit a transformer that knocked out power to Chrysler’s Warren Truck plant on Mound Road.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/10/2011

Thousands Statewide Without Power Because Of Storm

More than 80-thousand homes and businesses were without power in Southern Michigan because of the snow and ice storm that pounded the state.


Power Outages In Macomb, Oakland Counties

More than 4,500 customers were without power in Warren, Troy and Rochester Hills.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/01/2011

Ford's New Truck: Powerful and Fuel-Efficient

Ford’s new pick-up truck, the 2011 F-150 with EcoBoost engine, is said to offer more power, and more powerful savings at the pump.


High Winds Knock Out Power To Thousands

High winds blowing across southeast Michigan are to blame for at least 40,000 Metro Detroit power outages Wednesday — most of those blackouts in Oakland County.


Powermat Launches New Product Line

The Commerce Township wireless charging technology provider Powermat Monday announced a new second-generation line of products. The company says the new line expands the breadth of Powermat receivers to support even more of today’s most […]


Lines Down, Power Out In Livonia/Farmington

It was traffic headache in Farmington Hills after a traffic light and power lines came crashing down Friday morning, knocking out power in the area for a time. 


Audit: Changes Needed To Make Nuke Plants Secure

A federal audit set to be released Monday calls for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to improve nuclear power plant security against infiltration by potential terrorists.


BMW Recalling Nearly 200-Thousand Cars

BMW of North America said it will recall nearly 200,000 luxury vehicles to fix leaks that could develop in the power braking system.


High Winds, Power Out To Thousands

At least 25,000 homes and businesses lost power Friday, as high winds are blew through southeast Michigan. The City of Detroit said it’s making all necessary preparations to address any emergencies.