INDIANAPOLIS — Power was restored Thursday morning to thousands people in Anderson as a winter storm moves through Indiana.
According to a map on the Anderson city website, more than 4,000 customers were in the dark as of 9:15 a.m. Lights were back on before 11 a.m.
Duke Energy is also reporting fewer than 450 power outages across the state across the state. The total is down from more than 2,000 earlier in the morning.
AES Indiana reported no customers were without power as of 12:20 p.m.
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