Thousands still waiting for power in Michigan
Thousands of Michigan residents still are lacking power after strong winds swept the state.
Consumers Energy says 8,600 customers had no electricity Tuesday morning, down from a peak of 22,000 at one point Monday. At different times, 40,000 customers were in the dark.
The outages remain scattered, with Iosco County with the most, followed by Midland and Ogemaw counties.
DTE Energy says 8,700 customers lacked power around 8 a.m., from the Thumb region to the west side of the Detroit metro area.