Dozens join search for missing Oakland County man, Detroit launches year-long showcase of local artists


The weather didn’t stop a search party in Oakland County from looking for a missing man.

Friends and family of Creg Lyles, 33, went through the Pontiac and Waterford Township neighborhoods to find him Sunday.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Waterford Township Department at 248-618-6041. Anonymous tip can be submitted to 248-674-COPS.

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With the east-northeast wind blowing and the storm system still overhead, isolated snow showers will affect a larger part of Motor City and the region. A more widespread snow shower activity is more likely to be at noon, Monday afternoon and Monday evening.

Read the full forecast here.


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