New Jersey Weather: Thousands Still Without Power Following Storm OutagesPower outages are still a big issue, as many are still cleaning up after Monday's storms.
New Jersey Weather: Heavy Wind, Rain And Hail Cause Widespread Power OutagesMore than 230,000 customers are waking up without power across New Jersey.
New York Weather: Heat Wave, Thunderstorm Pack One-Two Punch For Con Ed CustomersMany lost power during Sunday’s heat wave. Others had theirs knocked out by Monday’s storms.
NYC Heat Wave: Con Ed Under Fire After Cutting Power To Some Brooklyn NeighborhoodsCrews have been working around the clock to bring customers back online. Meanwhile, thousands of residents spent the sweltering night in the dark.
Demanding Answers: CBS2 Grills Con Edison Over This Past Weekend's Crippling Power OutagesState officials have vowed to subject the utility to a strenuous investigation of why it intentionally threw the switch that left tens of thousands without power in the middle of a heat wave.
2 Dead, Thousands Without Power After Storms Tear Through Tri-StateAt least two people were killed when powerful storms swept through the area - one on Fire Island and another in Connecticut.
Cuomo, De Blasio, Con Ed All Looking To Avoid Repeat Of Past Snowstorm BlundersMayor de Blasio cancelled an out of town trip and the governor has vowed to work all weekend.
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.
Powerful Storms Down Trees, Power Lines Across New YorkFrom downed trees to power lines, the National Weather Service is expected to conduct a storm survey in Rockland, Fairfield, and Westchester counties Wednesday.
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.
Overnight Storms Leave NY, NJ Awaiting Power, Cleaning UpUtility officials say more than 16,000 customers in New Jersey remained without power late Sunday morning after overnight rain and winds knocked down trees and power lines.