Severe thunderstorms left more than 100,000 customers across Michigan without power, utilities reported Wednesday.
Michigan's two largest electricity providers say that 8.8 million residents won’t have to worry about rolling blackouts this summer.
A helping hand is on its way in the form of utility payments for those looking for cheaper billing options.
DTE has frozen rates and local organizations are helping Michigan families pay essential bills during the pandemic.
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