Crews Working Around The Clock, But Some Businesses Still Waiting For PowerAs Duquesne Light crews were joined by their Alabama Power counterparts and hit the roads Wednesday morning, anxious customers were waiting.
Workers From Alabama Arrive To Help With Power RestorationThousands of electric customers across western Pennsylvania are spending another morning in the dark. But some extra help has now arrived.
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.
Pittsburgh Weather: High Winds Cause Power Outages, Utility Crews PreparedStrong winds that are sweeping across the Pittsburgh region are knocking out power, keeping utility crews busy.
West Penn Power Donates $50K Worth Of Unused Disaster Relief To Westmoreland County Food BankWest Penn Power donated more than 16,000 pounds food that was to be used as disaster relief ahead of Winter Storm Harper to the Westmoreland County Food Bank.
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.
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.
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.
Duquesne Light: Storms Caused Most Damage To Equipment Since 2010Thousands remained in the dark Saturday after storms knocked out power throughout the region Thursday night.
'Largest Outage In Our History': Power Company Says Thousands Expected To Be Without Service Over WeekendThousands of customers in Butler County may be without power until Sunday night.
West Penn Power Building Evacuated Due To ThreatThe West Penn Power building was evacuated on Friday morning after a local man allegedly made “threats against the building, employees and students,” state police in Greensburg said.