Three Seattle Utility Workers Hurt; Power Cut To Nearly 10,000Utility officials say the crew's equipment caused an electric arc from an underground power line.
Power Outage Caused By Copper TheftThe Clallam County Sheriff's Office says copper thieves damaged regulators and knocked out power in Elwha Valley.
Stormy Weather Blows Out Of WashingtonThe stormy weather has blown out of Washington, leaving tens of thousands of residents without power.
Winds Ease, Cold Lingers Throughout RegionFrigid wind gusts that knocked trees onto power lines in western Washington were easing Wednesday, but the cold lingered, with a chance of snow Thursday south of Olympia and south of Interstate 90 in eastern Washington, forecasters said.
Strong Winds Knock Out Power In Pacific NorthwestUtility crews worked Sunday to restore electricity to thousands of residents after a windstorm downed trees and knocked out power lines in the Pacific Northwest
Washington Ferry With Hundreds Aboard Loses Power A ferry carrying hundreds of passengers on the Washington State Ferries' busiest route lost power Tuesday afternoon
Squirrel Causes Power Outage To Nearly 10,000 CustomersAlmost 10,000 Pacific Gas and Electric customers in Washington County were without power thanks to a squirrel.
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.
Man 'Goes Nuts,' Damages 4 Homes With BulldozerA Clallam County man was arrested Friday after driving a bulldozer into four homes in Port Angeles, managing to knock one off its foundation.
Wind Knocks Out Power Across Puget Sound AreaHigh winds early Monday have knocked out power for about 8,000 Puget Sound Energy customers in south King County and Thurston County.
Northwest Storm Set To Do Some DamageThe strongest Northwest storm of the season blew in early Monday on winds that gusted to more than 80 mph on the coast, knocking out power in places and creating blizzard-like conditions in the mountains.