ComEd Built Electrical Poles Too Close To Baseball Field, Parents SayParents say 2015 renderings of the project at a community meeting didn’t look like what is now there today.
ComEd Restoring Power After Storms Hit OvernightComEd said as many as 17,000 customers in northern Illinois lost power during the storms.
ComEd Sends Out Fliers After Employee's Daughter Goes MissingFor the first time, ComEd is sending out missing person's fliers in customers’ monthly billings and grabbing the attention of 3.8 million people.
Illinois Lawmakers Vote To Bail Out 2 Nuke Plants, At Ratepayer ExpenseThe plan would cost 3.1 million northern Illinois customers of ComEd an average of 25 cents more per month during the life of the plan.
2 Investigators: Campaign Cash Flows As Utility Pushes Controversial Energy BillPart of the legislation would foist the cost of keeping nuclear power plants open on rate-payers. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Pastor Of South Side Church Organizes Opposition To ComEd Rate HikeLawmakers who vote for a proposed ComEd rate hike are being warned by opponents of the measure about repercussions for what they say could be billions in extra costs for customers.
ComEd Worker Burned By Transformer On Far South SideA ComEd worker was injured Thursday morning on the Far South Side.
2 Investigators: Fake Power Company Extorts BusinessA Chicago restaurant received an alarming demand: Pay $1,300 immediately or have the power shut off. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Protesters Accuse ComEd Parent Exelon Of Dodging State TaxesPolice arrested 10 protesters in the Loop on Monday, after they blocked traffic as part of a demonstration outside the Chicago headquarters of Exelon, the parent company of ComEd.
Bill Would Drastically Change Way ComEd Charges CustomersA bill set to be in front of a state committee Thursday could increase your electricity bill.
Pricier LED Lightbulbs Can Actually Pay Off In Long-RunEnergy saving LED lightbulbs are a hard sell because they can cost five times more than other bulbs, but believe it or not, they can also put money back in your pocket.
ComEd Offering Financial Assistance To Customers Facing Extended Hospital StaysComEd has expanded a program that helps military families, veterans, seniors, and others who have trouble paying their electric bills, while at the same time warning the program won’t continue unless lawmakers approve a rate hike.

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