Con Ed: Smart Gas Detectors Help Identify More Than 60 Serious LeaksThe utility company installed nearly 34,000 of the devices, mainly in Westchester County.
Officials Release 42 Recommendations For Power Companies To Improve Their Storm ResponseIn August, Tropical Storm Isaias left thousands of Westchester residents without power for days. Now Westchester has compiled 42 recommendations for improvements.
How Are Utilities In The Tri-State Are Preparing For Wednesday's Snow Storm?This summer, millions lost power, some for weeks at a time, after Hurricane Isaias, so how are the utilities preparing this time around?
Queens Residents Fed Up With Tree Stumps, Downed Wires Lingering Since August Storm Turn To CBS2 For AnswersHomeowners said they got nowhere with the city in trying to get tree stumps removed and sidewalks fixed after a storm in August.
Hundreds Of Con Edison Customers Lose Power In The Bronx After Transformer FireThe FDNY arrived at Eastchester and Gun Hill roads in Pelham Gardens around 8 p.m. Thursday.
Gov. Cuomo Says Utility Companies Face Steep Fines For Apparent Violations After Tropical Storm Isaias ResponseThe state is still threatening to terminate PSEG's contract and revoke franchises for Con Edison and Orange & Rockland if they do not make immediate fixes.
Con Edison Expands Claim Policy For Spoiled Food, Medication After Tropical Storm IsaiasAt the height of the storm, more than 300,000 Con Ed customers lost power, the second-largest number of storm-related outages in the utility's history.
Demanding Answers: Cuomo Threatens To Pull The Plug On Utility Franchises, But Does He Mean It This Time?After Tropical Storm Isaias left millions of customers in our area without power, Gov. Andrew Cuomo vowed action.
Con Ed, Orange & Rockland Fined $10.75M For 2018 Storm ResponseThe $10.75 million joint settlement relates to back-to-back winter storms that hammered the area in March 2018.
Enormous Tree Finally Removed From On Top Of Car, But Woodhaven, Queens Neighborhood Still Has Many IssuesA giant, downed tree created a dangerous situation in a Queens neighborhood for days after last week's storm. Residents felt their calls for help were being ignored.
Queens Residents Still Struggling With Power Problems A Week After Storm; 'We're Living In A Third World Country Right Now'Tempers boiled over in the sweltering heat and sparks flew, quite literally, in Woodhaven on Tuesday.
Cuomo Threatens Utility Companies Over Storm Response: 'I Am Not Bluffing'New York's Public Service Commission is currently investigating the companies' response.
As Oppressive Heat Takes Over, Some NYC Residents Remain Without Power Nearly A Week After IsaiasOne area hoping to get power back soon is Queens, specifically in Woodhaven.
Thousands Still Without Power Across Tri-State; Con Edison Makes Significant Progress In NYC, WestchesterCon Edison was optimistic most customers in New York City would have power restored by 11 p.m. on Sunday.
Power Outages, Lingering Debris Cause Mounting Frustration Across Tri-StateFrustration is mounting across the Tri-State Area between ongoing power outages and lingering debris from Tropical Storm Isaias.