NYC Blackout: Many Manhattan Businesses Hurt, But Some Soften Blow With Quick ThinkingSaturday night's blackout in Manhattan impacted the bottom line for plenty of businesses. But as CBS2 found out, some made the best of it.
NYC Blackout: Subway Passengers Plunged Into Darkness During Manhattan Power OutagePassengers were forced to find other ways to get off some of the trains and out of the stations.
PHOTOS: Massive Power Outage Hits Parts Of ManhattanThousands were without power, subway service was snarled, traffic lights disabled and Broadway shows were cancelled due to an apparent mechanical error on Manhattan's West Side.
NYC Blackout: Power Outage Forces Broadway Theaters To Cancel ShowsThe lights went out on Broadway Saturday night as a large power outage impacted parts of Manhattan.
City Council Questions Con Ed About What Caused 'Astoria Borealis'A malfunction at a Con Ed substation in Queens created an arc flash of blue light that could be seen for miles.
Con Ed Unveils $100 Million Plan To Keep Power On This WinterThis past march, a series of storms resulted in power outages for thousands of Westchester County customers.
Con Ed, NYSEG: We Will Respond Better To Storms This WinterEarlier this year, storms left families without power for more than a week. So utilities that service homes in Westchester County are already planning for winter, with new plans to keep the power on.
Manhole Fire Halts Traffic On Upper West SideCrews arrived just before 10 a.m. to find smoke pouring from the manhole at the intersection of Broadway and W. 64th Street.
Westchester Legislators Meet With Reps From Con Ed And NYSEGRecent nor'easters left tens of thousands of customers in the dark for days, some for more than a week.
Con Edison Offers To Reimburse Customers For Spoiled Food, MedicationsCon Edison is offering some relief to customers who lost power during the back-to-back nor’easters that slammed the Tri-State Area.
Puerto Ricans Prepare To Spend Thanksgiving In NYC, While Local Workers Help Island RebuildHundreds of New Yorkers will spend the holiday helping Puerto Rico, including dozens of Con Ed workers toiling 16 hours a day to restore power.