Thousands of Department of Water and Power customers throughout the Silverlake area lost power Tuesday night following an explosion in a vault.
The Department of Water and Power plans to capture storm water runoff and use it to refill underground supplies rather than allow it to drain into the ocean via storm channels.
A former Department of Water and Power technician pleaded not guilty Monday to misappropriating more than $4 million in public funds from the utility.
The Goreshters, immigrants from the former Soviet Union, were afraid they could lose their condo.
A ruptured gas line was reported in the 1700 block of North Cahuenga Boulevard around 11:30 a.m. Saturday, according to a LAFD spokesperson.
Nearly 20,000 gallons of water was lost Tuesday after a water main break in Beverly Grove, officials said.
Mayor Eric Garcetti is set to address a range of hot topics – including plans to run for a second term – as part of the monthly KNX 1070 segment.
Officials with LADWP unveiled the plan after tens of thousands of gallons of reservoir water were lost in Eagle Rock when it was released into streets and storm drains.
A newly released audit of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power found that ratepayers footed the bill for thousands of dollars in free gas for employees and expensive steak dinners, as well as millions in contracts without competitive bids.
A ruptured water main flooded Mid-City streets early Saturday as crews worked to restore service for approximately 50 residents.
Gov. Jerry Brown called on cities this week to cut water consumption by 25 percent to combat the severe drought plaguing the state.
Crews say a six-inch pipe along South Corning Street burst around 5:30 a.m. Sunday, flooding the neighborhood.
A report on what it would cost to earthquake-proof L.A.’s water supply is causing an aftershock through City Hall.
City officials announced Friday the launch of an online database of financial records for the Department of Water and Power in an effort to make the utility more transparent to taxpayers.
A state audit says the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power knew it was releasing a flawed billing system and the botched rollout has cost nearly $200 million — losses that could be passed to ratepayers.