The NIGHTSIDE report -- Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019

View of Detroit from the Windsor sky camera on Jan. 29, 2019 at 4:46 p.m.

Wind chills near minus 40 possible this week

Dangerous, and potentially deadly, wind chills are on their way to Metro Detroit on Tuesday night, and it looks like the winds will be even faster than we originally thought.

Metro Detroit weather: Wind chills near minus 40 possible this week

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  • Oakland County salt trucks are working to clear roads before the temperatures dip to dangerous lows. Read more .

  • Two people were arrested after an unpaid cab fare led to a barricaded standoff in Detroit. Learn more .

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Michigan wolf study

A 60-year-old study of wolves and moose at Isle Royale National Park is back on track after being derailed by the partial government shutdown, and enough private funding has been raised to ensure the work will go on even if federal agencies are idled again, officials said Monday.

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Adopted dog found dead

Utica police and the Michigan Humane Society are pleading for clues after an adopted dog was found dead. The 3-year-old pit bull mix, named Sterling, was discovered Thursday morning in Grant Park with signs of severe abuse, officials said.

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Royal Oak fireworks

During the coldest, snowiest days of the year in Metro Detroit, one way to cope is to think about the warm summer days around the Fourth of July.

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