Winter Weather

DNR: Extreme Cold Cutting Into Food Source For DucksMuch of the area on the water where these ducks are congregating is deep, and weed growth is minimal, so food for these ducks can be very scarce.
Snow Falls Off Ice Rink Roof Buries 1 Man, Pummels 4 OthersThey had the "unfortunate luck" of being in the spot where the snow fell off the roof ...
Red Cross, AAA, Humane Society All Offer Tips For Dealing With Blistering Cold TempsThe National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Watch as temperatures are expected to drop to around 30 degrees below zero by Sunday.
Delta Airlines Getting Ahead Of The Weather With Waivers, Some Ticket ChangesDelta Airlines is trying to ward off turbulence at the terminals with a weather waiver.
Temperature Down To Double Digits Below Zero In Parts Of Michigan An Arctic weather system has dropped some Michigan's temperatures into double digits below zero ...
Two State Police Vehicles Involved In Collisions Due To Slick RoadsLieutenant Michael Shaw said that the number one cause of law enforcement fatality in the line of duty is traffic related.
Rush Hour Commute Could Be A Sloppy OneOne to three inches of snow is expected to fall throughout the Metro Detroit area this evening causing commuters quite a headache for the morning drive.
Freezing Rain, Wet Roads Create Driving HazardsFreezing rain left roadways across parts of the state slick Saturday, causing dozens of vehicles to crash or slip into ditches.
Hunting Forecast: Tough Winter Took Toll On DeerDeer hunters venturing into woods and fields for next month's start of firearms season should encounter conditions similar to those of a year ago, when harsh winter weather took a toll.
Patching Up PotholesRoad crews work to patch thousands and thousands of potholes, resulting from the wicked Winter weather.
Table Of Compassion Helps Those In Dire Need In Freezing TempsHelp Saturday for people who are homeless and less fortunate in Detroit from Project Help.
Debate Brewing Over Lost School DaysWith the snow days piling up for many area school districts this Winter, there's a big dilemma over how to make up for all of that lost time in the classroom.