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Six Million Without Power

FBN’s Adam Shapiro with the latest on power outages due to Hurricane Sandy.

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  1. Conn. Residents Face Stealth Tax in Utility Bills

    Fmr. Middletown Press columnist Don Pesci on the additional tax added to utility bills in Connecticut to help reduce the state's deficit.

  2. Insurance Agencies Calculating the Losses From Irene

    Forensic Weather Consultants President Howard Altschule on the ongoing impact of the storm.

  3. Small Plane Crash in Connecticut Kills Pilot

    Connecticut officials say a single-engine plane has crashed near the Waterbury-Oxford Airport, killing the pilot and leaving hundreds of residents without power.The ...

  4. Mayor: All Workers Accounted For in Deadly CT Plant Explosion

    The deputy fire marshal of the town where a power plant explosion killed five people said no one is believed buried in the rubble.Middletown Deputy Fire Marshal Al S...

  5. Marshals Seek Cause of Deadly Conn. Explosion

    Fire marshals on Monday were preparing to start their investigation into a massive explosion that rocked an under-construction power plant where gas lines were being...

  6. Marshals Seek Cause of Deadly Conn. Explosion

    Fire marshals on Monday were preparing to start their investigation into a massive explosion that rocked an under-construction power plant where gas lines were being...

  7. Ernesto's Wind, Rain Down Poles, Trees in Mid-Atlantic

    Power will not likely be restored for many customers of Connecticut Light and Power in lower Fairfield County until early in the week, a spokesman for the utility sa...

  8. Schools Closed Across New England as Northeast Gets Winter Blast

    New England's first major winter storm of 2008 snarled the Monday morning commute with heavy snow and closed hundreds of schools.Following the snowiest December on r...

  9. Schools Closed, Traffic Delayed by Northeast Snowstorms

    A mixture of rain, sleet and wet snow made a mess of highways in the Northeast on Tuesday, the first business day of the new year.Snow amounts included 11 inches at ...

  10. New England Gets New Blast of Snow

    New England Gets New Blast of SnowMonday, January 14, 2008By DAVID SHARP, Associated Press WriterE-Mail Print Digg This! del.icio.usPORTLAND, Maine —  A fierce snows...

  11. Schools Closed Across New England as Northeast Gets Winter Blast

    Schools Closed Across New England as Northeast Gets Winter BlastMonday, January 14, 2008Print APJan. 14: A morning commuter passes bicycles covered in snow in Boston...

  12. Mayor: All Workers Accounted For in Deadly CT Plant Explosion

    U.S. Mayor: All Workers Accounted For in Deadly CT Plant ExplosionPublished February 08, 2010| FOXNews.comThe deputy fire marshal of the town where a power plant exp...

  1. Gov. Cuomo Criticizes Utility Companies

    Wayne Rogers & Co. Wayne Rogers weighs in on the business model for utility companies.

  2. Connecticut power company makes big mistake

    Woman accidentally charged for her block’s street lights

  3. Roadblock to power restoration on LI?

    LIPA requiring new safety evaluations

  4. Apparent tornado hits Mass. city, injuries cited

    An apparent tornado struck the downtown of one of the state's largest cities on Wednesday afternoon, scattering debris, toppling trees and frightening workers and re...

  5. Northeast power outages hit many businesses hard

    Businesses big and small have taken a beating from the power outages caused by the record-setting October snowstorm and the losses are only beginning to be tallied, ...

  6. Energy in America: Is There an Alternative to Power Lines?

    More than a century after Thomas Edison created the modern electrical utility business, we're still reliant on hard wired electricity to power our homes and gadgets

  7. Some in CT Still Without Power

    Nearly 2 weeks after storm

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