Whitmer Looks For Answers After Last Weeks Natural Gas CrisisGov. Gretchen Whitmer is asking the Michigan Public Service Commission to study the adequacy of the state's energy supply and its ability to deliver natural gas, electricity and propane.
90-Year-Old Western Michigan Woman Dies Feeding Birds in ColdA 90-year-old woman died Wednesday after she was locked out of her house.
Indiana Driver Dies After Crash With Salt TruckIndiana State Police say one person died Friday morning when they crashed into a salt truck on I-70 in central Indiana.
Seen In Detroit: Polar VortexNegative double-digits hit the Detroit area this week, but it sure made for some great photos! Check out some of our favorite cold-weather snaps from the week in this week's round-up!
Kresge Library at Oakland University Closed FridayA water main break forced the Kresge Library at Oakland University to closed Friday.
Consumers Energy OKs Regular Use of Heat at MidnightMichigan residents can stop the voluntary reduction of gas usage at midnight Thursday.
East Lansing Man Found Dead Outside in ColdPolice say a 60-year-old Michigan man has been found dead outdoors amid frigid temperatures.
The Polar Vortex Impact, By The NumbersHere’s a look at this week’s snowstorm and the effect on the United States, by the numbers.
Get Ready — Polar Vortex To Make A Return This WinterNew research predicts the polar vortex will make a return to the northeastern United States this winter.
Dreaming Of A White Christmas? Old Farmer's Almanac Says You're In LuckWhat kind of a winter are we in for here in Michigan?
'Bae,' 'Polar Vortex,' 'Foodie' Top 2014 List Of Banished WordsHey, bae: It's time again for a curated list of words and phrases that many wish they could hurl into the polar vortex.
12 Months Of Madaus: Weather Recap 2014CBS 62 Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus takes a look at the weather for 2014 here in the Metro Detroit area, from all the snow last winter to the refreshing summer days to the end of the year.
Polar Vortex To Bring Unseasonably Cold Weather WednesdayRemember that pesky Polar Vortex? It's coming back — soon.
Study: 'Rubberized' Roads May Help Michigan Roads Endure Tougher ClimatesResearcher at Michigan Tech said that the Department of Environmental Quality has awarded several grants to study rubberized asphalt and that roads might respond better to temperature fluctuations.
Federal Support For Polar Vortex Damage RejectedState officials say they are exploring alternatives to help communities recover and rebuild.