Black Hills Energy and San Isabel Electric are reporting widespread power outages from Pueblo to Walsenburg. Thousands of homes are without power. Right now there's no estimate for when the power will be restored.
Black Hills tells us they've lost a major powerline and have been dealing with outages... more »
The river that's submerged parts of Nashville is expected to start receding today, but the city's problems are far from over. Rescuers are worried they might find more victims as the muddy flood waters ebb. The flooding caused by torrential rain over the weekend has already claimed 18 lives in... more »
Mountain View Electric says that all customers in the Black Forest, Calhan and Ellicott have their power back. Crews spent most of Saturday restoring power the was knocked out by heavy snows and high winds.
Thousands of home were without power. Mountain View Electric says that there were no... more »
Denver International Airport estimated up to 5,000 people spent the night there after their flights were canceled Tuesday. Airport workers passed out cots and blankets.
The airport planned to keep three of four runways open Wednesday during the busy spring season, with one runway closed on a rotating basis... more »
Utility crews in the Northeast continue to chip away at the leftover power outages from the weekend storm.
A New Jersey utility says the storm caused more outages than any storm in its history -- affecting more than 400,000 homes and businesses.
A low pressure system lingering off... more »
Utility crews in the Northeast are back at what's become a familiar task lately, pushing through fallen trees and windblown debris to reach downed power lines. For the second time in two weeks, they're working to restore electricity to more than a half-million homes and businesses after strong winds and... more »
A winter storm moving across several Midwestern states has brought dangerously strong winds but little snow.
The storm Monday left travelers stranded and closed some schools and businesses.
Heavy snowfall was not expected, but strong winds were blowing around what was falling - or had already fallen in... more »
Venezuela's government is starting rolling blackouts of four hours every other day throughout the country to combat an energy crisis. The top officials of the state electric utilities in the capital of Caracas and two other western states on Tuesday announced plans for four-hour outages every other day. Electricity Minister... more »
Update: NBC News reports that the death toll is at least 40 following a massive earthquake and tsunami in the South Pacific near Samoa. A visitor says a beach village has been "wiped out" on the island of Samoa, after a powerful earthquake sent a tsunami ashore. The quake, with... more »