Power Out, Lines Down, Streets Flooded After Strong Storms Blow Across Southeast MichiganThousands of homes and businesses lost power as a line of severe storms rolled across metro Detroit.
Crews Work To Restore Power After Storms Hit MichiganCrews are making progress restoring power to tens of thousands of Michigan homes and businesses left without electrical service following severe weekend storms.
Portland, Michigan Cleans Up After Devastating Tornado Strikes; 'The Freight Train Sound? It's True'"It's devastating, but I like to see the community come together..."
Officials: More Than 50 Homes Damaged By Portland TornadoA mother and two small children were rescued from a collapsed Goodwill store and two others were helped from a damaged pharmacy.
Crews Work To Restore Power To Remaining Customers After Damaging Wind StormRoughly 22,000 customers are still without power after damaging winds swept through southeast Michigan and much of the Midwest on Monday.
Pre-Dawn Tornado Touches Down In Rochester HillsA team from the national weather service has confirmed that a pre-dawn tornado was responsible for damage in one Oakland County neighborhood.
Most Should Have Power Restored By Tuesday Night, 4 Days After 'Storm Of The Century'About 41,000 homes and businesses remain without power Tuesday morning -- down from a high of 375,000 outages.
Power Could Be Off For Days After 'One Of The Strongest Storms This Year'Friday's storm packed quite a punch, with wind gusts of more than 75 miles an hour and nickel-size hail.
Thunderstorms, High Winds Leave Michigan Residents With Power Outages, Property DamageDTE officials reported that up to 129,000 homes and businesses are without power, with the number of outages expected to grow until the storms move out of the area.
FEMA Members Accessing Damage From Flooding In Metro DetroitRepresentatives of FEMA continue their work on the ground in Metro Detroit, assessing the damage done from last month's record rainfall and flooding.
DTE: 10,000 Of 174,000 Customers Still Without Power DTE says about 10,000 of its 165,000 affected customers remain powerless Thursday afternoon, the majority in Wayne County.