The cold weather has doubled the number of water main breaks the city has had to fix over the last week.
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.
Here is a list of numbers, websites to report downed power lines, report outages and for the latest updates on when service will be restored.
It’s official: the Department of Water & Power is among the least popular businesses in all of the U.S.
A community group is joining together to fight proposed water and power rate hikes in Los Angeles.
The Department of Water and Power wants to hike Los Angeles utility rates 5 percent, an average $19 over the next three years.
The push to go green is making some DWP customers turn red with anger.
The 1970s-era billing system is causing billing delays and high penalties for DWP customers.
City officials say they have a plan to crack down on faulty billing practices by the Department of Water and Power and are calling on customers to come forward with complaints.
The Energy and Environment Committee gave analysts 30 days to figure out what needs to happen legally for the positions to be created.
City Councilwoman Jan Perry wants the head of the Department of Water and Power to provide more details on his plans to cut up to $440 million in spending over three years.
The Department of Water and Power may have found a way to save buckets of money — but it could end up in hundreds of job losses.
It’s Election Day in Los Angeles once again, with voters deciding on everything from a tax on oil and medical pot to vacant City Council seats.
A water main break closed down Highland Avenue Monday morning between Santa Monica Boulevard and Lexington Avenue.
If you have an affinity for water rodents and enjoy working in the great outdoors, you may have just found your next gig.