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  • Power outage continues at Loving Elementary in Detroit

    Power outage continues at Loving Elementary in Detroit

    Sunday, September 15 2013 11:39 PM EDT2013-09-16 03:39:42 GMT
    Power problems may keep school closed for another day at Loving Elementary in Detroit Monday. The school has already been closed for four days following last week's storms.
    Power problems may keep school closed for another day at Loving Elementary in Detroit Monday. The school has already been closed for four days following last week's storms.
  • Power outage outrage

    Power outage outrage

    Friday, September 13 2013 7:46 AM EDT2013-09-13 11:46:31 GMT
    When FOX 2 asked Gary Brown if he gave warning of a planned power shut down Brown says "we didn't get into details like that."
    When FOX 2 asked Gary Brown if he gave warning of a planned power shut down Brown says "we didn't get into details like that."
  • Power back on in Detroit

    Power back on in Detroit

    Thursday, September 12 2013 10:21 PM EDT2013-09-13 02:21:03 GMT
    DTE Energy Co. says it has worked with the City of Detroit to successfully restore all Public Lighting Department customers who lost power due to cable failures on the electric system.
    DTE Energy Co. says it has worked with the City of Detroit to successfully restore all Public Lighting Department (PLD) customers who lost power due to cable failures on the electric system that serves the City of Detroit and a number of their large customers.
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (myFOXDetroit.com) -

DTE Energy Co. says it has worked with the City of Detroit to successfully restore all Public Lighting Department (PLD) customers who lost power due to cable failures on the electric system that serves the City of Detroit and a number of their large customers.

DTE Energy crews have worked overnight and throughout the day Thursday to help the city make repairs and bring service back up to the affected customers.

DTE Energy continues to work with the PLD on the remaining repairs and to address the electrical system's long-term issues.

The next update will be at approximately 8 a.m. Friday.

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  • Manhattan West Project

    Skyline of West Side is changing

    Skyline of West Side is changing

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 6:25 PM EDT2014-07-22 22:25:22 GMT
    The Manhattan West Project is a $4.5 billion development that will change the skyline on the West Side. The five-acre site that will consist of office towers, a residential building, retail, a 5-star hotel, health and fitness facilities, rooftop gardens, restaurants, cafes, and a park is being built on top of active rail yards. Fox 5 got a look at the progress of the project.
    The Manhattan West Project is a $4.5 billion development that will change the skyline on the West Side. The five-acre site that will consist of office towers, a residential building, retail, a 5-star hotel, health and fitness facilities, rooftop gardens, restaurants, cafes, and a park is being built on top of active rail yards. Fox 5 got a look at the progress of the project.
  • Anaconda sightings in Lake Hopatcong reported

    Anaconda sightings in Lake Hopatcong reported

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 5:59 PM EDT2014-07-22 21:59:16 GMT
    Boaters in Lake Hopatcong in New Jersey are keeping an eye out for an unwanted visitor lurking underwater: a 14- or 15-foot-ong snake, possibly a green anaconda. Several people have seen the reptile, which has probably holed up in a drain pipe. Reptile specialists are also searching the lake for signs of the snake. So far no more sightings have been reported.
    Boaters in Lake Hopatcong in New Jersey are keeping an eye out for an unwanted visitor lurking underwater: a 14- or 15-foot-ong snake, possibly a green anaconda. Several people have seen the reptile, which has probably holed up in a drain pipe. Reptile specialists are also searching the lake for signs of the snake. So far no more sightings have been reported.
  • Suspect arrested in 1990s cold-case murders on Long Island

    Suspect arrested in 1990s cold-case murders on Long Island

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 5:00 PM EDT2014-07-22 21:00:17 GMT
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    Authorities on Long Island have arrested a suspect in two cold case murders dating to the 1990s. John Bittrolff, a married father of two, is the lead suspect in the deaths of two prostitutes whose bodies were found within months of each other in late 1993 and early 1994, authorities said. Police arrested the 48-year-old, who was arraigned at the district court in Central Islip.
    Authorities on Long Island have arrested a suspect in two cold case murders dating to the 1990s. John Bittrolff, a married father of two, is the lead suspect in the deaths of two prostitutes whose bodies were found within months of each other in late 1993 and early 1994, authorities said. Police arrested the 48-year-old, who was arraigned at the district court in Central Islip.
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