The American Red Cross has been responding to flooding situations throughout the state — due to the heavy rains.
A flood watch remains in effect for all of southeast Michigan, and a warning was issued for some areas.
It’s a noise that many can’t get out of their head and if you’re a Toronto film maker the sounds coming from Zug Island are perfect for creating what he hopes is a hit documentary.
An invasive fish called the round goby appears to be making its way up the Rouge River in southeast Michigan, raising concerns among those working to improve the health of the waterway.
The Wayne County Medical Examiner has now identified the woman whose body was found floating in the Rouge River on Wedneday.
Saturday is the annual Rouge Rescue, where volunteers will gather at 35 work sites in some 20 communities to clean up along the Rouge River.
Over 3,000 students from local southeast Michigan schools will be conducting chemical tests, examining aquatic life and surveying the Rouge River.
The bodies reportedly could be those of Abreeya Brown and Ashley Conaway, who were apparently kidnapped late last month in Hamtramck.
There were spotlights on the River Rouge on Tuesday as a British production company filmed an episode of their popular series “Extreme Fishing with Robson Green”.
The Motor City serves as center stage Tuesday when a British production company films an episode of their popular series “Extreme Fishing with Robson Green” along the Rouge River.
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