A Chicago company planning to build 39 wind towers in rural central Michigan has sued three communities it says want to block the $120 million renewable energy project.
Thousands of kids are getting a long weekend after a fresh covering of snow fell on southeast Michigan Friday morning, causing nearly 700 schools to close.
A bitter cold snap continues to grip Michigan, forcing school closures and prompting warming centers to extend hours for those most at risk.
Highs Tuesday hover around 13 degrees, with the Accuweather RealFeel temp between 5-to-10 below.
DTE Energy officials say about 3,000 residents in metro Detroit are still without power Tuesday morning after high winds blew across the state this past weekend.
About 40,000 homes and businesses in metro Detroit remain without power because of the high winds from the fringes of superstorm Sandy.
On the night before Halloween, Detroit firefighters are concerned about wind gusts of 45 miles per hour sent in by Superstorm Sandy.
Hold on to your hat, because it’s a gusty night in Metro Detroit.
Wind occurs because the sun unevenly heats the Earth’s surface.
WWJ-TV’s Jim Madaus said a weather system is coming through that will bring quite a bit of wind and one to two inches of snow to our area — and much more to the north and west.
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