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  • Power outages - up and down

    Power outages - up and down
    The number of people without electricity is going up and down like a yo-yo. Early Sunday, Indiana Michigan Power reported nearly 2,500 customers had lost their power in St. Joseph, LaPorte and Berrien Counties due to what appears to weather-related....
  • Power out for hours in South Bend

    Power out for hours in South Bend
    In this heat, the last thing you want is for your power to go out. But that’s exactly what happened Thursday afternoon in South Bend. Over 2,600 Indiana Michigan Power customers south of downtown suffered through a power outage for several hours....
  • Michiana power restoration estimates stretch into late Sunday

    Michiana power restoration estimates stretch into late Sunday
    Power outages from heavy storms that raked Michiana Friday afternoon aren't going to end soon. Crews are working across northern Indiana and southern lower Michigan to restore electric service to more than 107,000 customers. As of 10 p.m. Friday, here...
  • Frustration over power outage; I&M official responds

    Frustration over power outage; I&M official responds
    Nearly 71,000 Indiana Michigan Power customers in Indiana are still without electricity, but less than 400 St. Joseph County families are affected. For I&M outage map, click here Most of the repairs that still need to be made following that big...
  • Fort Wayne storm damage costs to exceed $10M

    Fort Wayne storm damage costs to exceed $10M
    Storms swept through Central Indiana last week, damaging many communities. Indiana Michigan Power announced Thursday that it could cost more than $12 million to fix the damage in Fort Wayne alone. That is more than the ice storm that hit the city in...
  • Drought drains water from area rivers - at near record low levels

    Drought drains water from area rivers - at near record low levels
    There is no doubt we need rain. Today, the St. Joseph River is at near record low levels.  South Bend's annual rainfall deficit is about 6 inches right now. That is causing really low levels along the river.  According to the National Weather Service, the...
  • How low can the St. Joseph River go?

    How low can the St. Joseph River go?
    FOUND: Rusty bicycle frame, thoroughly encrusted with sediment, stones and half of a clamshell because it's been bathing in the St. Joseph River -- until now. Draped with dried river plants. Like artwork. Now exposed to the air for the first time in God-...
  • Change in works for Mishawaka water rates

    Change in works for Mishawaka water rates
    MISHAWAKA — Mishawaka Utilities is seeking to change its water rates, simplifying a convoluted set of prices as it tries to make up for an annual funding gap of about $1.26 million. In its proposal, it would get rid of the built-in discount for...
  • Bird in transformer causes power outages across area

    Bird in transformer causes power outages across area
    A spokesperson for Indiana Michigan Power says that a bird that came in contact with a transformer is to blame for thousands of outages across the area Monday night. I&M said that the bird caused three circuits to fail. At the peak of the outage,...
  • Outdoors: Hoosier buck harvest drops

    Outdoors: Hoosier buck harvest drops
    New regulations may have led Indiana to a record deer harvest last fall, but statistics reveal the state’s deer herd, especially bucks, may be declining. Statewide, hunters took advantage of regulation changes and extra hunting dates to bag a...
  • Appalachian Power asks for higher rates; Utility seeks 9.6% increase

    Appalachian Power asks for higher rates; Utility seeks 9.6% increase
    Appalachian Power today asked to increase the base rate charged to customers.  The utility filed a rate review and increase request with the State Corporation Commission for an overall increase of 9.6% that would take effect early in 2012. The utility...