Jake Baldino, left, and Mick Benbow of K & T Electric of DeWitt replace an electrical box and pole to a home in DeWitt Township, Mich., Monday, Dec. 23, 2013. From Michigan to Maine, hundreds of thousands remain without power days after a massive ice storm _ which one utility called the largest Christmas-week storm in its history _ blacked out homes and businesses in the Great Lakes and Northeast. (AP Photo/Lansing State Journal, Greg DeRuiter)
DETROIT (AP) — Thousands of Michigan families headed into the Christmas holiday without heat and electricity.
Crews worked around the clock Tuesday, but utility officials said it might take several days to restore all power following a weekend ice storm that left more than half a Login to read more