Several Elmsford Homes Still Without Electricity After Power Line FailureCon Edison crews are back on North Evart Avenue in Elmsford where several homes remain without power.
Elmsford Residents Left Without Power, Outlets Fried After Lines FallPart of a neighborhood in Westchester County was in the dark Friday night, after a big problem with the power lines.
Con Edison Customers To Get Credits After Settlement Of Corruption ProbeCon Edison customers will be getting some money back, after the utility company settled a corruption investigation for $171 million.
Con Edison Helps Manhattan Mom Find Bracelet That Fell Down Sidewalk GratingMeira Cohen-Hansford, of Tribeca, feared her bracelet was gone for good when it fell down a sidewalk grating Wednesday.
Saving Lives And The Atmosphere, Pilot Program Will Cut Down On Emissions From Idling AmbulancesThe fire department has launched a pilot program to make ambulances healthier for the environment.
Underground Explosion Throws Metal Plates Into Air In Lower ManhattanThe explosion happened at around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday on Broadway near Chambers Street.
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CBS2 Investigates: Experts Say Decaying Gas Lines Are A Ticking Time Bomb Below City StreetsFrom the city to the suburbs, thousands of miles of some of the country's oldest and decaying gas mains lay just below the surface of our streets.
State Regulators: East Harlem Explosion Caused By Improperly Installed Gas PipelineThe report's findings are similar to those released this summer by the National Transportation Safety Board.
Couple Above Still-Shuttered Carnegie Deli Lives Without Heat, Hot WaterAn elderly Midtown couple living above the Carnegie Deli has gone without hot water or heat for months.
Shoddy Roads May Lead To Steeper Fines For Utility CompaniesNYC Councilman Dan Garodnick is sponsoring a new bill that would vastly increase penalties for road repair violations.
Con Ed Worker Saves Toddler From Narrow Window Ledge In The BronxIt was around 11:30 a.m. and Essa Waggeh was working on a gas leak on Walton Avenue when the 26-year-old said he heard someone screaming for help around the corner.