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  • Con-Ed Locks Out Workers After Negotiations Break Down

    Con-Ed Locks Out Workers After Negotiations Break Down
    Consolidated Edison locked out its unionized workers early Sunday after contract negotiations collapsed. The utility suspended the 8,500 workforce just before 2 a.m., a strike still looms large. Approximately 5,000 managers are now running the show....
  • Con Ed Negotiations To Resume Monday; Workers Get Insurance Back

    Con Ed Negotiations To Resume Monday; Workers Get Insurance Back
    Con Ed has reinstated health insurance Sunday for 8,500 utility workers who were locked out on June 30 after their contract expired and negotiations over a new one failed. Consolidated Edison of New York will continue contact negotiations Monday, nut...
  • Voters run into long lines at polling stations as tri-state area, still reeling from Sandy, braces for hit from nor'easter

    Voters run into long lines at polling stations as tri-state area, still reeling from Sandy, braces for hit from nor'easter
    The city will go under a high-wind watch on Wednesday, with city parks, beaches and playgrounds set to be closed for a day starting at noon as a nor'easter approached the region hard hit by Superstorm Sandy. The city will try to get people to leave...
  • Arkansas linemen headed to Sandy-ravaged areas

    Arkansas linemen headed to Sandy-ravaged areas
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Nov. 5, 2012 – Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas crews from four distribution cooperatives have been dispatched to assist with power restoration efforts in New York.  The outages are the result of Hurricane Sandy. Crews from...
  • Con Ed CEO "Very Sorry" About Ongoing Outages, But Still Wants To Raise Rates

    Con Ed CEO "Very Sorry" About Ongoing Outages, But Still Wants To Raise Rates
    Just a day after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo blasted LIPA and National Grid during a press conference, Con Edison CEO Kevin Burke says he is “sorry” but still plans on applying for rate hikes. "We've been investing in our system and part...
  • NJ Gas Rationing Ends Tuesday; Gov. Cuomo To Ask FEMA For $30 Bil.

    NJ Gas Rationing Ends Tuesday; Gov. Cuomo To Ask FEMA For $30 Bil.
    As the Tri-State Area continues its shaky recovery from the damage wreaked by Sandy, signs of recovery are offset by reminders of the extent of damage caused by the super storm. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced that gas rationing will end at 6 a....
  • PIX11 NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Con Ed employee accused of pimping underage girls on company's computers

    PIX11 NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Con Ed employee accused of pimping underage girls on company's computers
    A former employee of Con Edison was allegedly using company computers to pimp out underage girls, PIX 11 News has learned. Royce Corley is expected to be in Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday after the NYPD earlier this year pulled the plug on the former...
  • 12 Firefighters Injured While Battling 3-Alarm Inwood House Fire

    12 Firefighters Injured While Battling 3-Alarm Inwood House Fire
    A massive fire and explosion Friday left a dozen firefighters injured and residents displaced in the Inwood section of Manhattan. According to authorities, flames broke out at about 3 a.m. at the home on West 217th Street. Neighbor Juan Sori told...
  • Elevator Mechanic Electrocuted To Death While Making Repairs In Midtown Building

    Elevator Mechanic Electrocuted To Death While Making Repairs In Midtown Building
    An elevator repairman died after he was electrocuted while working at a Midtown office building Wednesday night. The man's body was discovered at about 9:30 Wednesday night on the ninth floor of the 40-story building, located at 1290 6th Avenue, near...
  • Heavy Storms, Hail and Possible Tornado Cause Damage, Outages

    Heavy Storms, Hail and Possible Tornado Cause Damage, Outages
    Westchester County residents experienced some unseasonable conditions as a mix of hail and heavy thunderstorms bought down trees and utility poles in Yonkers Tuesday night while causing mountains of slush and ice to build up in parking lots and on...
  • Transformer Fire Sparks Outages In Queens

    Transformer Fire Sparks Outages In Queens
    A three-alarm blaze ripped through a Con Edison substation in the Little Neck section of Queens leaving 700 customers in the dark Friday morning. There were clouds of heavy black smoke and flames of 20 feet shot out to the sky, witnesses said. According...