Extreme weather season is upon us in Southeast Michigan. Here is a breakdown of the services available to low-income residents and others who have flooding and structural damage to their home.
One of the worst tornados in Michigan history swept through the northern Michigan town, killing two and injuring 44 others.
One Oak Park woman is convinced that mold from previous floods eventually killed the family's oldest member. And now, the same thing is unfolding with her mom.
The northern Michigan community was leveled in some places after a EF3-size tornado blew through the city.
An expert panel ruled the collapses of the Edenville and Sanford dams near the city of Midland resulted from errors and miscalculations over nearly a century.
Residents still managing the fallout from last year's flood event are already worried about what this year's storms could bring. Detroit hopes its basement protection program will help alleviate some of those worries.
Homeowners and renters affected by the flooding of June 25-26 of this year are now eligible to apply for federal disaster assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
The money is meant to fill the gap for flood victims who already submitted claims to FEMA but didn't get as much as they needed to rebuild their homes.
The declaration unlocks federal funds to offset damages from flooding and tornados reported June 25 and 26.
The "most significant rainstorm" in decades flooded Wayne County in late June. Federal officials are in Detroit Thursday to assess the damage following a request by the governor.
Families eligible for the assistance will need help with home repairs necessary to fix unsafe conditions and restore essential services.
Detroiters are facing an uphill climb to clean up after over 5 inches of rain fell in just a few hours Friday night.
Homes, freeways, and everything in between got a bit of everything from the weekend weather. The severity of the storm has escalated into disaster declarations by the city of Detroit and Wayne County.
A Michigan man died Friday afternoon while at Jobbie Nooner on Lake St. Clair when the boat he was in started taking on water during a strong thunderstorm.
The deadlines for any households affected by a mid-Michigan dam collapse over the summer have until Nov. 18 and Nov. 30 to get the paperwork in for both of them.
Three of the Great Lakes and Lake St. Clair set a record high for water levels for May, a sign that extreme weather is continuing to set unprecedented numbers.
The state of Michigan is suing the owner of a mid-Michigan dam that ruptured after heavy rains, causing widespread flooding.
People in a Puerto Rico discovered a warehouse filled with water, cots and other unused emergency supplies, setting off a social media uproar as the area struggles to recover from a strong earthquake.
Newlyweds Lauren and Matthew Urey were among the 47 people on White Island when a volcano suddenly erupted on Monday.
Nancy Malone has traveled the globe through her Hands of Light In Action organization helping people get back on their feet after natural disasters like earthquakes.