Study: Millions of US Homes at Risk of Chronic Flooding this CenturyAs many as 311,000 homes in US coastal areas could be underwater within the next 30 years.
Sunday Storms Leave 250,000 DTE Customers Without PowerDTE Energy says about 250,000 of its customers were without power and it expects 90 percent of its 370,000 affected customers to have service by the end of Tuesday. Consumers Energy restored power to most of its more than 118,000 affected customers.
Flooding Shuts Down I-696 In Both Directions Monday Evening"People are actually lined up the wrong way to get off the Evergreen Road exit for easily a mile."
Rising Flood Waters May Force Thousands From Homes In Suburban ChicagoFlood waters keep rising from last week's heavy rains in suburban Chicago.
Michigan AG Calls For FEMA Disaster Assistance Following Flooding In Mid-MichiganMichigan's Attorney General, among those asking the governor to request FEMA disaster assistance following big flooding in mid-Michigan.
Another Day Of Rain: Flood Watch Remains In EffectIt will be a couple of days before we see the sun again.
Gov. Snyder Declares State Of Disaster For Marquette County"Thanks to our emergency responders immediately addressing life and safety concerns, there were no injuries or deaths..."
Rain Keeps Coming: Damage Across Metro Detroit Being AssessedA day filled with record setting heavy rains drenched residents and flooded area freeways.
Flooding On Lodge Freeway Leaves Cars Completely Under Water; Several Drivers Rescued [VIDEO]Several motorists had to be rescued from their vehicles Thursday morning after torrential downpours caused extreme flooding on the Lodge Freeway under Cobo Center in Detroit.
Flood Watch In Effect For Metro Detroit; Rain Expected Through WeekendExcessive runoff from heavy rainfall caused flooding of urban areas, highways, streets and underpasses, as well as other drainage areas and low lying spots.
Flooding Shuts Down Metro Detroit Freeways, Roads"The worst of it appears to be along I-94, anywhere from Roseville into Midtown because of the flooding."
Waterlogged Nightmare Could Soon Be Over For Residents In Flooded Dearborn Heights NeighborhoodOne resident jokingly calls the street "Lake Hanover," but others call it a toilet bowl.