Shifting Ground Prompts Utility To Shut Down Gas Main In Southwest DetroitA utility has shut down a high-pressure gas main in southwest Detroit due to ground shifting beneath the pavement.
DTE Energy Says It Will Spend More Money On Tree TrimmingDTE Energy, under fire for summer power outages in southeastern Michigan, said Wednesday, Sept. 1, it would spend millions more to trim trees.
AG Nessel Wants Higher Credits For Storm VictimsAttorney General Dana Nessel is urging two of Michigan's largest utility companies to increase the credits offered to customers who have suffered losses because of outages after nearly 1 million homes and businesses reported they lost power during storms last week.
Whitmer Surveyed Damage From Severe Storms, Commits To Building Resilient InfrastructureGov. Whitmer surveyed the damage from the severe storms in Michigan and commits to building resilient infrastructure and fighting climate change.
Track Power Outages In Michigan; Over 800K Michiganders Lost Power Due To StormsStorms on Aug. 11 and Aug. 12 have left many Michiganders without power and have crews working to restore power to over 800,000 customers.
Tornadoes Confirmed Near Flint, Detroit; 1,000s Lose PowerThe National Weather says tornadoes struck near Detroit and near Flint on Saturday, July 24, in the evening.
DTE Worker Killed While Working On Live Wire In DetroitDTE Energy is mourning one of their own after a worker died while trying to restore power in Detroit.
DTE Energy Launches Tree Trim Academy To Create 200 Jobs In DetroitDTE Energy launched its Tree Trim Academy Thursday to create 200 high-paying jobs in Detroit over the next three years.
DTE Energy Partners With Ann Arbor, Roseville Schools To Deploy Electric Buses To SchoolsThe new electric buses will provide student transportation, distribute food to residents in need in Ann Arbor and Roseville.
DTE Energy Announces Up To 4% Bill Relief In Summer MonthsDTE Energy says customers will save three to four percent on their bills this summer.
City Officials Partner With DTE, Nonprofit To Distribute 500 Convertible Coats For The HomelessThe Mayor's office has teamed up with DTE Energy and a nonprofit organization to distribute 500 convertible coats that can be used as a backpack or a sleeping bag.
Street Beat: Severe Weather Awareness WeekOn this weeks Street Beat we gear up for Severe Weather week with our Chief Forecaster, Karen Carter. She talks to the organizations that help to keep us safe and even gets us a behind the scenes look at the aftermath of a local tornado.
Renaissance Center, Michigan Landmarks To Turn Blue For Autism AwarenessWhy are the Mackinaw Bridge and Renaissance Center buildings turning blue on April 2, 2016? They will help raise awareness for autism through the Autism Speaks international campaign, “Light It Up Blue,” on World Autism Awareness Day.
WWJ Newsradio 950’s 11th Annual Winter Survival Radiothon for The Heat And Warmth Fund 11th Annual Winter Survival Radiothon broadcasted live from WWJ Newsradio 950 on February 7th. All proceeds will go towards THAW and many other events happening though out the week.