Flushing Program Launched After 5 L.A. Schools Report Murky Tap WaterThe schools handed bottled water to students and told them to stay away from drinking fountains.
Runyon Canyon Alternatives Touted As 4-Month Closure LoomsRunyon Canyon fans, don’t panic – even with the wildly popular hiking spot set to close for four months, city officials say there are a variety of nearby excellent alternatives nearby.
DWP Project To Close Runyon Canyon From April To JulyHollywood’s favorite spot for hiking and outdoor exercise is set to close during the popular summer months.
LA City Council Committee To Consider How To Reform DWPA ballot measure aimed at reforming the Department of Water and Power will be considered Friday by a Los Angeles City Council committee.
DWP Official Responds To Report On Risks To LA Power Grid: 'We Need To Do Better'The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has too many facilities that are vulnerable to a cyber or terror attack, according to a report Friday.
2 Homes Heavily Damaged In 8-Foot Hollywood Hills MudslideTwo homes were heavily damaged after a 63-year-old old pipe burst in the Hollywood Hills, sending a deluge of mud sliding into the homes.
Failed Circuit Breaker Briefly Leaves 27,000 Westside Residents Without PowerRoughly 27,000 LADWP customers in the Pacific Palisades and Westwood areas were without power for a couple of hours.
Business Owner Overcharged Thousands By LADWP Finally Gets ResolutionA deal has yet to be reached on settling the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's massive billing issue after the utility company admitted to overcharging thousands after rolling out a new computer billing system.
DWP Audit Finds 'Cash In Your Lawn' Rebate Program 'Largely A Gimmick'A new report from the City Controller's office has found that one of the Los Angeles' most visible water conservation campaigns may not have had the impact officials had hoped for.
Amid Growing Calls To Find Replacement, LA Mayor Defends Role Of DWP WatchdogMayor Eric Garcetti is defending the work of an independent watchdog of the Department of Water and Power (DWP) who critics say has failed to properly advocate for the utility's customers.
Locals Gather In South LA To Learn About LADWP's Rate IncreasesHundreds of South Los Angeles residents attended a community forum on Tuesday in order to voice their concerns for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's proposed rate increases.
20 Downtown LA Buildings Briefly Lose Power At Start Of Business DayAbout 20 large buildings lost power briefly in downtown Los Angeles at the start of the business day.