CenturyLink customers have been experiencing outages since early Thursday.
Several Boise customers told the Statesman Friday morning that their service has been restored, including an employee of the Idaho Department of Labor.
The Massachusetts State Police posted online Friday morning that the outage was resolved and services were up and running again.
A timeline for restoration of CenturyLink phone and internet services was not given nor was the amount of users impacted by the outages.
It was not immediately known how many emergency calls did not go through.
The widespread Internet outage for CenturyLink customers continued into midmorning Friday as the company's engineers raced to fix a network element that disrupted many of its telecommunications services nationally.
Pai instructed the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau to investigate the cause and impact of the CenturyLink outage, specifically looking into the effect it had on other telecom providers' 911 service.
Investigation: Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said Friday that the agency's staff will investigate the matter, according to The Washington Post.
Parts of Washington, Idaho, Arizona, Missouri, Wyoming, Texas, Massachusetts and Louisiana were affected. "The CenturyLink service outage is therefore completely unacceptable, and its breadth and duration are particularly troubling". Whether you're in a vehicle crash, a burning building, or facing a serious medical problem, the last thing you want to hear when you dial "911" is a busy signal.
Residential customers have also tweeted some harsh words, mostly about the lack of updates and customer service from CenturyLink.
There were reports of ATM machines not working in Idaho and Montana. CRESA said it pushed information about reaching 911 through "all other methods" before sending a message through its Emergency Alert System and Wireless Emergency Alerts systems Thursday evening.
Konashenkov said the Syrian military didn't fully engage its air defence assets to avoid accidentally hitting the passenger jets. The Israel Defense Forces said there was no damage or injuries from the surface-to-air missile fired from Syria at Israel.
The Bears' other inactives are WRs Kevin White and Javon Wims, QB Tyler Bray, OL Rashaad Coward and DL Nick Williams. With Jackson out, safety Deon Bush made his first start of the season and had two solo tackles.
That's in addition to 182 stores already slated for closure, including 142 by the end of 2108 and 40 by February. Friday is the deadline for bids to be submitted to buy Sears Holdings out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
State highway workers were sent to the area on Monday (Tuesday NZT) to erect "no parking" signs along USA 70 outside the monument. It might be nice if someone inside the White House told the president that he doesn't need Democrats to get funding for his wall.
Barca captain Messi lauded the World Cup winner's potential and insisted the club are committed to nurturing his development. The Argentina worldwide said he enjoyed his battle with Ronaldo while the forward was in Spain .
Photos from the ground showed Trump in a black overcoat and red tie, posing for a picture with troops in fatigues. He said: "Our presence in Syria was not open ended and it was never meant to be permanent".
City were being tipped as the next Invincibles less than three weeks ago but a defeat at Chelsea has turned everything around. If we make the same points in the second half of the season, we are fighting to win the Premier League .
Translation: Democrats prefer a government shutdown to giving Trump one dime for his bloody border wall. Roughly 420,000 workers were deemed essential and are working unpaid, while 380,000 were furloughed.
The box-office performance of the film is also very disappointing and the trade experts are considering the movie as a flop. However, it was shocking that Khan's presence in the film did not lead to an increase in footfall over Saturday and Sunday.
Trump visits troops in Iraq
The Iraqi prime minister recently said Iraqi troops could deploy into Syria to protect Iraq from threats across its borders. The two major blocs in the Iraqi parliament both condemned the visit, likening it to a violation of Iraqi sovereignty.
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The manner in which the government has made a decision to restart commercial whale hunts also raises some questions. Top government spokesman Yoshihide Suga said the commercial hunts would be limited to Japan's territorial waters.
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Elsewhere, US political turmoil triggered by the partial shutdown of the federal government is also adding to market concerns. A measure of oil market volatility jumped to the highest level since late November on Monday before easing lower today.