Power Crews Working Long Hours To Catch Up, But Thousands Still Without PowerWith the winds dying down Monday night after Sunday’s storm, power crews will finally have a chance to catch up.
Duquesne Light: Sunday's Wind Storm One Of The Worst In 20 YearsDuquesne Light says Sunday's wind storm was one of the worst they've seen in the past 20 years.
High Winds Take Down Trees, Utility Poles And More, Knock Out Power To Hundreds Of ThousandsThousands of utility customers remain without power across western Pennsylvania today as high winds continue to roar through the state, knocking down trees and power lines.
Pittsburgh Weather: As Residents Pack Refrigerators, Power Outage Concerns LoomFolks have packed their refrigerators ahead of this weekend's snowstorm, but what should you do with all that food if the storm knocks out your power?
Out-Of-Control Pickup Truck Crashes Into Utility Pole, Knocks Out Power In New KensingtonSome people in Westmoreland County were left in the dark this New Year’s Day when an out-of-control pickup truck crashed into parked cars and a utility pole.
Many Without Power As Rain, Wind Cause Messy Start To New YearRain and gusty wind are making for a messy first morning of the new year, with thousands losing power overnight.
Transformer Explosion Causes Power Outages In Penn HillsHundreds of people were without power in Penn Hills Friday evening due to a transformer explosion.
Butler Co. Residents Still In The Dark Now Making Alternate Thanksgiving PlansCrews are making progress restoring electricity in Butler County, but several hundred homes are still in the dark, almost a week after a winter storm knocked down trees and power lines.
Thousands Remain Without Power 4 Days After Winter StormAlmost four days after a storm dumped snow and ice throughout the area, thousands of people are still without power.
Butler Co. Power Outages Now Expected To Last Until Monday NightFirstEnergy now says some customers in Butler County may be without power until Monday night.
Thousands Of Homes Still Without PowerMore than 21,000 homes in Western Pennsylvania are still without power Sunday morning following a winter storm that brought heavy snow and ice to the region.