Over 1 million without power in wake of severe storms in Midwest

(NEW YORK) -- Over 1 million customers are without power in the Midwest Thursday morning after severe storms slammed the region. The storms included several reported tornadoes. Power was knocked out in Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Illinois and Indiana. Michigan has the most outages with 810,202, according... Read More.

140,000 without power as storms rip through Michigan

(DETROIT) -- Nearly 140,000 customers in Michigan are without power this morning after storms hit the Detroit area Saturday night. Poweroutage.us reports 138,990 customers in the state lack power. Ferocious storms whipped through the Detroit metro area and led to a tornado watch for other areas... Read More.

Severe storms to follow spring cold in South

(NEW YORK) -- A spring deep freeze lingers Friday morning from Georgia to Connecticut, with two dozen states on freeze and frost alerts. Dozens of record lows were broken Thursday across the South, including in Huntsville, Alabama at 33 degrees; Memphis, Tennessee, at 37 degrees;... Read More.