Thousands of children across metro Detroit are getting an early start to the weekend, thanks to the cold winter weather.
The ongoing road salt shortage in metro Detroit is creating a new worry for local businesses — lawsuits.
Officials are urging people in metro Detroit to take precautions as another round of bitterly cold weather settles in across Michigan.
After a brief reprieve from the extreme winter weather, another cold snap bringing more snow is expected to hit the Detroit-area.
The large number of accidents this winter forced police to regularly close sections of roads, including parts of I-69 and I-475.
The weight of this season’s snow may be to blame for a roof collapse in Plymouth.
The latest snowfall has made this the third snowiest winter in history.
In Wayne County, the Department of Public Services has issued a full-staff call-in, meaning all 95 salt trucks are out on the roads.
An igloo village in Finlad is open to visitors. If you’re looking to vacation in the snow, head to this arctic resort Kakslauttanen.
After the weather eases, state and local governments will be left with steep repair bills that could affect their budgets for months to come.