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  • How Should the Astoria Blackout Funds Be Spent?

    How Should the Astoria Blackout Funds Be Spent?
    The blackout of July 2006 will never be forgotten in Astoria. People suffered for 9 long days in sweltering heat. Following the blackout, a local group called "Western Queens Power for the People" sued Con Edison and won a $63 million settlement for...
  • Staten Island Woman Dies After Being Trapped Inside Elevator

    Staten Island Woman Dies After Being Trapped Inside Elevator
    A woman died after being stuck inside an elevator in a building located in the Oakwood Section of Staten Island during a power outage died, PIX News has learned. The victim, identified Danielle Goldberg -- described to be her in 20's -- was found on...
  • Massive Sinkhole Causes Traffic Headaches In The Bronx

    Massive Sinkhole Causes Traffic Headaches In The Bronx
    A massive sinkhole has closed down traffic near Fordham University. Officials tell PIX News the sinkhole -- located at Webster Ave. and E. 198th St. -- is roughly estimated to be about 10 feet by 15 feet and approximately 10 feet deep. Con Edison is...
  • National Memory Champs Compete For "Total Recall"

    National Memory Champs Compete For "Total Recall"
    Memory masters from across the country competed Saturday in the 13th annual "USA Memory Championship." Dozens of mental athletes -- including students, entrepreneurs, scientists, secretaries and business owners, gathered at Consolidated Edison's Grand...
  • Rainstorm Leaves Thousands Without Power

    Rainstorm Leaves Thousands Without Power
    Hundreds of thousands of people are still without power Sunday across the tri-state area, after a powerful storm swept through the northeast. The storm, which contained gusting winds as strong at 70 mph, knocked down tress and power lines, sparking...
  • Damage, Outages From Weekend Storm Surpasses 1985 Hurricane

    Damage, Outages From Weekend Storm Surpasses 1985 Hurricane
    Scrambling to deal with widespread power outages that are dwarfing the number caused by Hurricane Gloria in 1985, Con Edison is partnering with out-of-state utility crews and other contractors, with personnel working through the night. Over 173,000...
  • Con Edison Restores Power To Nearly 147,000 Customers

    Con Edison Restores Power To Nearly 147,000 Customers
    With the aid of out-of-state crews and contractors, Con Edison has announced that nearly 147,000 electrical customers have had their power restored after a destructive weekend of wind and heavy rain. "We've made significant progress, but we won't be...
  • High Winds Knock Out Power For 12K Across Area

    High Winds Knock Out Power For 12K Across Area
    NEW YORK (WPIX) -- Many people in the Tri-State area are in the dark Wednesday after high powered winds moving through the area knocked down power lines. The Long Island Power Authority is reporting 7,292 customers on Long Island and the Rockaways...
  • Cops: Suspects Dressed As Con Ed Workers Robbed Home

    Cops: Suspects Dressed As Con Ed Workers Robbed Home
    Nassau County police are on the hunt for two men who they say impersonated Con Edison workers and forced their way into a home in Hewlett. The suspects, wearing Con Ed uniforms, gained access into the residence after a house keeper answered the door...
  • Fire Tears Through Con Ed Substation

    Fire Tears Through Con Ed Substation
    An intense fire tore through a Consolidated Edison substation in Westchester County early Wednesday morning. At about 5:30 a.m. wild flames engulfed the substation at 142 Kingston Avenue in Yonkers. The station is west of the New York State Thruway....
  • 6/28/1996: State Garbage Hauler Linked To Mob Cartel Indicted

    A New York businessman who in recent years has become a major player in the Connecticut garbage and recycling industries has been indicted by federal prosecutors on mob-related racketeering, extortion and tax conspiracy charges. Thomas Milo, 58, of...