Illinois State Sen. Martin Sandoval Resigning Amid Federal ProbeTwo months after FBI agents raided his home and offices, Illinois State Sen. Martin Sandoval has announced his plan to resign, effective Jan. 1.
Nearly 15,000 ComEd Customers Affected By Outages Amid Strong WindsNearly 15,000 ComEd customers in the Chicago area have been affected by power outages amid strong winds.
Power Out To 25 Customers Around DePaul After Truck Snags Power Lines, Pulls Down PoleMore than two dozen customers lost power near the DePaul University campus in Lincoln Park on Wednesday afternoon, after a truck pulled down overhead power lines.
More Than 1,700 ComEd Customers Affected By Outages Amid Chicago Area SnowHundreds of ComEd customers have been affected by power outages amid Chicago area snowfall.
Over 15,000 ComEd Customers Affected By Outages Amid Chicago Area Snow, RainThousands of ComEd customers in the southwest suburbs have been affected by power outages amid the Chicago area rain and snowfall.
Exelon Utilities CEO Retires Amid FBI Probe Of Illinois State Senator SandovalThe move comes weeks after the FBI raid at Illinois State Senator Martin Sandoval's home and offices. As part of that investigation, officials subpoenaed communication records between ComEd and Sandoval.
After Raid, Feds Probe State Sen. Martin Sandoval's Connection To ComEdTwo weeks after the FBI raided the home and office of Illinois state Sen. Martin Sandoval, the feds are investigating his connection to electricity provider ComEd.
Over 400 ComEd Employees Heading To Georgia To Assist With Hurricane ResponseThe company is sending more than 400 employees and contractors to help with the restoration efforts.
South Side Woman Left With Downed Power, Cable Lines In Her Yard For DaysA South Side woman says a web of downed power and cable lines sat in her apartment building's backyard for days, and despite multiple phone calls to her power company, no one came out to inspect the problem -- until she called CBS 2.
More Than 27,000 ComEd Customers Affected By Outages As A Result Of Severe WeatherMore than 27,000 ComEd customers were affected by power outages amid severe weather in the Chicago area and neighboring counties.
ComEd Outage Burns Up Suburban Resident Who Can't Use His Air Conditioner"I kind of thought ComEd would reach out in a reasonable amount of time. That didn't happen."
Northfield Residents Want Proposed Bike Path Moved To Abandoned Rail BedPutting in a bike path might not seem controversial on the surface, but some people living in north suburban Northfield are not happy with the current plan to extend the existing Skokie Valley Trail.
Watchdog Expects Electric Rate Ripoffs Ahead Of New Consumer Protection LawsGet ready for a summer of ripoffs. In the last four years, Illinois residents have overpaid more than $600 million for electricity, and it’s about to get worse.
Is Ford City Drive Chicago's Forgotten Road?Lined with potholes, uneven pavement and other unpleasantries, Chicago’s Ford City Drive is anything but smooth.
Townhome Owners Fight ComEd To Move Power Poles That Are 'Barriers' To Their GarageOne Bensenville couple has spent the better part of a decade fighting two stationary foes -- power poles on their property. They say they're a hazard and claim promises to remove them fell flat.