The business manager of IBEW Local 18 Thursday posted documents online he hoped would settle the controversy about how millions of rate-payer dollars were used on a training institute and a safety institute.
Department of Water and Power General Manager Ron Nichols will step down from his post of three years at the end of the month, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Thursday.
More than 4,000 customers in the areas of Chatsworth and Porter Ranch are without power Sunday evening.
Community leaders and consumer watchdog groups were set Wednesday to voice their opposition to a Northern California tunnels project that could impact neighborhoods here in the Southland.
The council voted 12-0 to place a moratorium on disconnection notices.
Councilman Paul Krekorian criticized that DWP on Wednesday, saying officials did a poor job of letting customers know of the changes.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has cut off funding to two affiliated nonprofit institutes after questions surfaced about how they spent more than $40 million in ratepayers’ money.
Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city officials took part in a reenactment ceremony to mark the anniversary Los Angeles’ first aqueduct on Tuesday.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Friday repaired a broken water main that flooded a San Fernando Valley neighborhood.
The Los Angeles City Council voted Friday in favor of a new labor agreement reached this week between the city and the union representing 92 percent of workers at the Department of Water and Power.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Thursday discussed the new contract deal with the Department of Water and Power union leaders.
An agreement has been reached between the city and the union representing workers at the Department of Water and Power, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Wednesday evening.
The Los Angeles City Council held a public hearing Friday regarding the Department of Water and Power’s contract negotiations.
An electrical failure was likely behind several manhole covers that were displaced in the San Fernando Valley, officials said Friday.
The L.A. Department of Water and Power spent tens of millions of dollars on extra sick days for its employees, and some workers may have abused the system, according to a report.