Residents of the Cosey Beach section of East Haven know all too well what a severe storm can do to their homes. Many residents spent their Saturday doing
A year after Hurricane Irene knocked out power to millions across the Northeast, utilities and regulators are still sparring over how to divide repair and
Photos of Irene from Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, and the United States from one year ago.
A bulldozer serves as a reminder that Cosey Beach in East Haven is still in recovery mode nearly one year after Tropical Storm Irene.
Connecticut regulators say they will consider reducing the allowed profit for Connecticut Light & Power as a penalty for the way the utility handled power
The fishing piers at Seaside Park and Pleasure Beach in Bridgeport have been shut down since Tropical Storm Irene hit nearly one year ago.
Friday was day three of unforgiving sun, but the fireworks came in the form of heat-busting storms.
The 2012 hurricane season began on June 1st and Connecticut is preparing for the worst.
It's been months since Hurricane Irene made a mess out of beaches on the Connecticut shoreline. With the summer just around the corner, it's clean-up time.
With this year's hurricane season essentially already underway, some folks in East Haven are still concerned about clean up and repair work yet to be done
Spurred by major storms that have left millions of New Englanders without power, a Senate committee is questioning what can be done at the federal level to
A bill that aims to protect Connecticut consumers by prohibiting price gouging during severe storms and other weather emergencies has passed its second
Irene is being retired from the list of storm names because the 2011 hurricane killed 49 people and caused more than $15 billion in damage.
(WTNH) -- Scott Cimini took some time to talk to Steve MacLaughlin about the hailstorm that passed through Connecticut on 3/28/2012.
CL&Ps own consultant says the company restored power after last year's big storms in a "reasonable" amount of time. Town leaders are speaking out and, big
New building codes for the shoreline and tougher standards for the utility companies are among the recommendations of the Governor's Two Storm committee in the