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@akadennewsThe Nor'easter blew in Wednesday and blanketed the region in snow. In Oceanside, Long Island wet, heavy snow rested on tangled power lines and leaning trees Thursday. The community, still reeling from Hurricane Sandy now has about 6 inches of snow to deal...
NEW YORK (AP) — Damage in New York state from Superstorm Sandy could total $33 billion when all is said and done, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday as the state began cleaning up from a nor'easter that dumped snow, brought down power lines and left...
PIX11.com | @akadennewsThousands of cold and anxious LIPA customers waited for electricity on Long Island Tuesday. In Oceanside the neighborhoods were dark. Only generators powered some businesses and lights. More than a week after Sandy pummeled Long Island, power lines...
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Imperial Valley’s utility is one of a handful of municipal utilities to demonstrate strong leadership when it comes to solar development, according to a new report from a national group. The Solar Electric Power Association has ranked Imperial...
If you don't have to go outside, grab a good book and stay under the covers. A nor'easter is making its way up the east coast right now, and according to meteorologists it will bring up to four inches of rain through Monday, quantitatively -- a month's...
Staff reporterNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that an earthquake just shook the town of Altamont, outside of Albany. Cuomo issued the following statement just after 5 p.m. Saturday: "We have reports of a 2.9 magnitude earthquake just west-southwest of...
pix11.comAcross Long Island, 523,000 customers from Long Island Power Authority lost power due to Hurricane Irene. As of late this afternoon, 125,000 or about 24% of those customers were restored. That still leaves 345,798 customers in the dark Monday night....
pix11.comThe Long Island Power Authority reports 165,340 customers remain without power across Long Island due to damages from Hurricane Irene. The number has decreased significantly since the 523,000 originally reported without electricity but many residents...
Tags: Weather, Nassau County, FEMA, Long Island, Weather Reports
A Long Island resident who grew tired of waiting for his electricity to be restored after it was knocked out by Tropical Storm Irene, was arrested after making several threats towards the local utility company. According to Nassau County Police, Walter...
pix11.comPolice arrested Walter Murphy, 46, of Hicksville, who was so fed up he had no power he called and threatened the Long Island Power Authority. He was arrested and charged with 2nd Degree Aggravated Harrassment according to Nassau County Police. Murphy was...
FOX 17 Assignment EditorPresident Gerald R. Ford's son, Steve Ford, will be in Grand Rapids on Tuesday to help his father's former energy czar kick off the "Gerald R. Ford Energy Lecture Series" at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. Frank G. Zarb, President Ford's...
wpix.comA Queens man says he feels lucky to be alive Wednesday, after he says he was nearly electrocuted while walking his dog on a sidewalk in Far Rockaway. According to 52-year-old James Evans, he was walking his pit bull Max along Cornaga Avenue at around 2...
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