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DTE Energy is still reporting close to 10,000 customers statewide that are still without electricity.
Less than 1,000 of those affected are here in Mid-Michigan.
In Huron County, 150 customers are still offline with about 800 customers in Sanilac County still in the dark.
DTE Energy is hoping to have power restored by Thursday evening to 99 percent of those affected statewide.
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Thursday, November 1 2012, 04:50 PM EDT
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|Postponed US long-range missile test due Tuesday|
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|Boston cardinal skips commencement over Irish PM's role|
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