ROCKFORD, Mich. (WOOD) - Storms knocked out electricity to thousands of West Michigan residents early Thursday morning.
The power outages spanned from Oceana County down to Berrien County.
Service was restored later in the afternoon.
Dispatchers told 24 Hour News 8 there were no reports of significant damage.
Record rainfall was reported in Muskegon County, where winds reached more than 60 miles per hour.
A 24 Hour News 8 crew saw firefighters in Rockford inspect an outage at a neighborhood where the high winds knocked a tree onto a utility line.
The City of Norton Shores says that to help deal with storm cleanup, its Wood Road leaf site will be open Aug. 23 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
A memorial marker was unveiled for three young siblings who died in an apartment fire 10 months ago.
Battle Creek Police are investigating a fight caught on camera inside a middle school locker room.
A special surprise in Kalamazoo as a famous native, and New York City sports star, handed out gifts to hundreds of local kids Thursday night.