More than 1,700 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers in the Hollywood Hills are were without power Thursday morning.
Customers are ultimately paying the price for lawsuits against some Los Angeles-area restaurants, according to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein.
Nine lucky bargain shoppers Thursday will get the chance to purchase a 40-inch flat-screen television for less than a dollar at a new 99 Cents Only store in Inglewood.
Auto Club of Southern California customers will receive an average 4.1 percent rate reduction on policies, Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones announced Wednesday.
A Burger King restaurant in Glendale now delivers food right to customers’ front doors.
Sheriff’s deputies Friday reportedly arrested nine people for unlawful assembly near a Walmart in Paramount.
A Costco Wholesale store in Hawthorne was temporarily evacuated following a freon leak.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power warned customers Wednesday of criminals posing as employees trying to collect money on supposed overdue bills.
State energy officials on Wednesday said simply turning off the lights this summer could determine whether residents will face blackouts.
Department of Water and Power customers will soon see a sizeable rate hike on their water bill.
Millions of AT&T customers across the Southland may soon be paying more to use their smartphones and tablets.
The Department of Water and Power is raising water rates for Los Angeles customers to help cover costs associated with meeting new federal environmental requirements.
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Nearly 27,000 customers are still without power Monday due to damaging winds last week, Southern California Edison said. The affected areas include Alhambra, Altadena, Arcadia, Temple City and Sierra Madre. SoCal Edison […]
If you’re one of several thousand Southland residents hoping to score Black Friday deals at Target, don’t bring your running shoes.
Activists behind “Bank Transfer Day” are hoping tens of thousands of people on Saturday will voluntarily switch their money to not-for-profit credit unions.