Duquesne Light Truck Crashes Into Home In ChurchillA Duquesne Light pickup truck crashed into a home in Churchill Tuesday afternoon.
Additional Duquesne Light Crews Head South To Help Restore PowerDuquesne Light is sending more crews to Florida to help restore power to millions of people affected by Hurricane Irma.
Duquesne Light Crews Head To Florida To Assist Irma Power Restoration EffortsMillions are in the dark after Hurricane Irma swept through the state. This morning, 25 Duquesne Light employees were dispatched from the Woods Run Complex.
Utility Pole Fire Knocks Out Power Along McKnight RoadA utility pole caught on fire and knocked out power to a section of Ross Township Friday morning.
Crews Continue To Restore Power After Friday StormsThousands were still without power Saturday after storms swept through the area Friday afternoon.
Crews Work To Clean Oil Spill On North SideCrews worked to clean up an oil spill on a North Side street Sunday evening.
Severe Thunderstorm Knocks Out Power For Thousands Of Duquesne Light CustomersThousands of Duquesne Light customers are without power Tuesday night after severe thunderstorms rolled through the area.
Duquesne Light Wants More High Power Transmission Lines In North HillsDuquesne Light just announced plans for a high voltage electric transmission line through part of the North Hills, but opponents say it cuts through farmlands, dividing properties in half.
Saxonburg Blvd. Reopens After Repairs For Storm DamagePart of Saxonburg Boulevard in Indiana Township was closed for hours due to storm damage.
Local Store Owner Records 'Duquesne Light' Scam Artist At Work John King, owner of Olympos Gyros in Robinson, and his assistant Steve Spanoudakis were working their food establishment as usual when a call came in.
High Winds Knock Out Power To Thousands, Crews Working To Restore ServiceHigh winds downed trees all over Allegheny and Beaver counties and thousands were left without power.
Duquesne Light Gives Back To 3 CharitiesDuquesne Light's campaign to give back to the community brought a big surprise for three local organizations.