The snow plows and salt trucks are out clearing the roads in metro Detroit after snow Saturday night and Sunday morning.
One accident claimed the lives of two people on I-94 early Sunday morning, while a 20 car pile-up backed up traffic for hours on another freeway.
The massive sinkhole on Randolph Street should be repaired within two weeks, if not sooner.
Freezing drizzle during the early morning may have led to a string of crashes and two fatalities during the early morning commute.
Auburn Hills Lieutenant Ryan Gagnon says alternate routes will need to be taken while repair work begins.
A water main break made quite a mess on a major freeway, shutting down I-94 westbound at the Lodge in Detroit.
A twenty-car pile-up blamed on slippery, icy road conditions appear to be the cause behind the multi-car collisions.