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A week after massive floods hit Metro Detroit, garbage crews are working 15-hour days to haul away water-damaged debris lining residential streets.
12 hrs ago | CBS Local
A man is in critical condition after crashing his car into at least one other vehicle near the Detroit-Warren border.
Vehicles stranded at Van Dyke near 13 Mile in Warren during last week's flood. / Eric Lawrence/Detroit Free Press Warren City Council is looking at using about $10 million of the city's rainy day fund for no- or low-interest loans to help residents clean up their homes damaged in last week's flood.
Warren City Council is looking at using about $10 million of the city's rainy day fund for no- or low-interest loans to help residents clean up their homes damaged in last week's flood.
Richard Moffett, 56 of Detroit, left, and Demetrius Gill, 24 of Warren help carry a water-damaged bookcase to the growing pile of trash in front of the home of Cheryl Woods on Faust in Detroit on Tuesday.
Among those who showed up on the first day of Detroit's four-day effort to help victims of last week's devastating floods was Percy Davis, a retiree living on the city's northwest side.
As part of the Obama Administration's efforts to reduce dependence on foreign oil and transition to a clean energy economy, the Energy Department announced more than $55 million for 31 new projects to accelerate research and development of critical vehicle technologies that will improve fuel efficiency and reduce costs.
WARREN, Mich. - A week after devastating floods ravaged parts of Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is seeing the damage first hand on the ground.
Developing a new car is a time-consuming process. Designers and engineers and executives can spend months or years hashing out the look of a car, crafting renderings and models and prototypes to get the styling just right.
The Rutgers freshman quarterback didn't get his shot in high school until his senior year , as he spent his first three years at De La Salle Collegiate High backing up five-star recruit Shane Morris.
In a story Aug. 12 about flooding in Michigan, The Associated Press, relying on information from the Warren Fire Department, reported erroneously that a woman died after suffering seizures when her car stalled in high water.
A woman who suffered seizures while her car was stalled out in chest-deep flood water did not die as reported earlier this week by officials in Warren.
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