There were many power outages across West Michigan Friday, due to the strong winds that are gusting 40-45 miles per hour.
Consumers Energy is again preparing for a blast of winter weather that could possibly knock out power across West Michigan.
Police in Montcalm County say an attempted abduction case at a day care was a miscommunication among the adults.
Numerous slide-offs and crashes are happening around the area.
DTE Energy Co. is warning customers about potential dangers from icicles and asking for help to keep access to meters clear of snow.
Snowfall Wednesday morning caused roads to become slick around West Michigan.
The 20-year-old suspect was arrested on a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder.
Snow is falling across much of West Michigan. Emergency responders are dealing with slide-offs, rollovers, and traffic problems.
The harsh winter can cost you in a number of ways — like paying for gas for your snow blower, fender benders repairs and heating.
Some local highways have intermittent closures due to wrecks.
Headlights make it much easier for other drivers to see you in any conditions, but are particularly important when visibility is decreased.
Roads all across West Michigan were still a mess Tuesday, leading multiple law enforcement agencies to ask people to stay home if possible.
Scenes from around the area courtesy 24 Hour News 8 viewers via ReportIt. (Jan. 26, 2014)
Wind and snow led to intermittent whiteouts, particularly along the lakeshore.
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