Lower Michigan

WARREN, MI (AP)--   Crews are working to restore power to hundreds of thousands of Lower Michigan customers who lost electrical service due to freezing rain and high winds. 

Utilities say more than a quarter-million didn't have service early Monday.

DTE Energy says about 250,000 of its customers were without power and it expects 90 percent of its 370,000 affected customers to have service by the end of Tuesday. Consumers Energy restored power to most of its more than 118,000 affected customers.