Repair crews have restored power for about 300,000 Commonwealth Edison customers, but the utility is still working to get the lights back on for about 48,000 customers in northern Illinois.ComEd spokesman Tony Hernandez says most of the remaining outages should be fixed by Wednesday but a few c
It's a little strange hearing a rundown of a television network's big and successful year that talks not only about audience growth, but also about deadly hurricanes, crippling drought, and a major heat wave.
Recent weather has many Chicagoans asking: "What is up with the weather?" Last winter served the city one of the worst snow storms on record. And though summer is mere weeks old Chicago's already experienced heat advisories, golf-ball-sized hail and Monday’s tornado-like winds.
About 330,000 Commonwealth Edison customers are still without power Tuesday afternoon, after the most damaging storm system in more than a decade roared through northern Illinois Monday, leaving downed trees and debris in its wake.The storm early yesterday downed trees, ripped off roofs and left at