Utility crews will continue working through the weekend to restore electricity to thousands of homes and businesses without power following this week’s severe thunderstorms.
DTE Energy crews are making some progress in restoring power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses that lost electricity during recent storms.
The city of Detroit saw its share of storm damage, as the latest round of storms hitting metro Detroit leaves thousands without power.
Residents in Macomb County have a big cleanup job ahead of them Wednesday, following big storms that rolled through town.
The storms have blown down trees and branches near Brighton and Milford and caused flooding in a construction zone along I-96 near Milford Road.
A severe thunderstorm warning for Wayne County certainly lived up to its title.
Many utility companies across the nation have a mutual assistance program system set up for massive outages in their state.
The overnight storm was quick — but powerful — and as a result, the morning after — parts of Oakland County are littered with tree limbs, and there are thousands without power.
The Salvation Army is one of many organizations helping out in the wake of Thursday’s tornado.
The latest round of storms over southeast Michigan brought power outages, hail and plenty of downed trees across the area.