A possible water main break just east of Wilshire has resulted in the closure of the eastbound lanes of Santa Monica Boulevard.
Would adding a more complex pricing structure at the DWP encourage customers to cut back on their water usage?
Months after concerns were first raised over the utility’s billing system, a new wave of issues has been reported.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is stepping up enforcement efforts to promote water conservation during the statewide drought.
Utility crews were fitting and welding a nearly century-old pipe that burst and made a mucky mess of UCLA with hopes of finishing the fixes and restoring heavily traveled Sunset Boulevard above it on the weekend.
Lucio Soibelman, a professor at USC’s School of Engineering, believes concerns over liability are hindering LADWP from conducting preventative measures.
An estimated 20 million gallons of water were lost when a high-pressure water main burst on Sunset Boulevard in front of Marymount High School on Tuesday, flooding two parking structures on the UCLA campus.
Parts of UCLA remained underwater after a nearly 100-year old water main break resulted in massive flooding on Tuesday afternoon, causing havoc across campus.
Police officials are considering issuing a possible evacuation order after a water-main break has resulted in overwhelming flooding near UCLA.
A 79-year-old woman is warning people to beware of men who pose as DWP workers to distract residents while they rob their homes.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Friday granted a pair of victories to lawyers for Mayor Eric Garcetti in an ongoing bid to force a union leader to disclose how $40 million was spent at two Department of Water and Power trusts.
A large water main break flooded the garage of a Venice condo complex overnight.
The break occurred at Sixth Street and Vermont Avenue, officials said.
A West Hills man who needs an artificial heart machine to stay alive said that the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is threatening to shut off the power to his home.
Angelenos can turn their water-friendly lawns into green for their pockets under a new Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (DWP) program.