Late Winter Storm Makes This 3rd Snowiest Winter Ever For ChicagoThis winter moved up another notch on the list of snowiest winters in Chicago overnight, when more than 3 inches fell at O'Hare International Airport, making the total snowfall this winter the third most on record.
One Dead, Thousands Without Power Due To StormsStrong storms knocked out power to thousands of homes and businesses Wednesday night, blew over several freight train cars, flooded many Chicago area streets, and cost a maintenance worker his life.
West Suburbs Cleaning Up Fallen Trees After Powerful StormParts of the western suburbs were still cleaning up Tuesday afternoon, after a fast-moving, hard-hitting storm uprooted trees as it blew through the area.
Many Blackhawks Fans Miss The Big Game After Storm Knocks Out PowerThose who got to see the Blackhawks rally to beat the Bruins and win the Stanley Cup last night won’t soon forget it, but unfortunately neither will those who didn’t get to see the big win, after a strong, fast-moving storm knocked out power.
ComEd Restoring Service To Thousands After Fast-Moving StormRoughly 650 crews worked overnight to restore power to some 237,000 ComEd customers who were without electricity after a powerful storm blasted through the Chicago region Monday evening. That still leaves about 63,000 ComEd customers without power.
Woman Who Survived Tornado: 'It's Beyond Your Imagination'Crews were working to restore power to thousands of homes and businesses Thursday morning, after powerful storms tore down branches, uprooted entire trees, and knocked down power lines all across the Chicago area.
Heavy Storms Cause Power Outages, Flooding In Chicago AreaThousands of homes and businesses in the Chicago area were left in the dark overnight, and many local streets were flooded, after heavy thunderstorms soaked the region late Tuesday and early Wednesday.
Nearly 5,000 ComEd Customers Still Without PowerThursday’s spring storm, which brought lightning strikes, high winds, heavy rain and flooding, knocked out power to thousands of ComEd customers throughout the Chicago metropolitan area.
1,000 ComEd Customers Without Power Friday After Winter Storm “We expect to have most customers restored by Friday night,” a ComEd spokeswoman said, adding that a few pockets will be restored Saturday.
Report: South Side Has More Power Outages Than North SideSouth Side residents really do have more power outages than those on the North Side.
About 31,000 Without Power After StormsSince Saturday’s storms knocked out power to homes and businesses throughout the area more than 200,000 ComEd customers have had power restored, but those in areas hardest hit by the storm may have to wait until Tuesday before their lights come back on.
Storms Cause Power Outages In Chicago AreaAbout 169,000 ComEd customers are without power Saturday after strong thunderstorms passed through the Chicago area.
Storms Rip Down Trees, Set House Ablaze, Cut Power To ThousandsBooming cracks of thunder awoke the Chicago area overnight, but many homeowners are finding more than just rain on the streets outside.
Brush Fire In Buffalo Grove Caused By Illegal FireworksA Brush fire in Buffalo grove took out power to about 2,400 on Sunday, and police arrested and charged a 20-year-old man who allegedly was lighting off fireworks.
412 Still Without Power After Sunday Storms, But Many Taking It All In StrideThough they were without power for days, neighbors in one hard-hit part of West Chicago have high praise for ComEd crews who’ve been working around the clock.