Thousands of Southern California Edison (SCE) customers were temporarily without power Monday.
A Southern California Edison employee died Thursday while performing a rescue at an industrial site, according to officials.
A multi-million dollar settlement has been reached after residents fell victim to stray voltage from a local Edison substation.
Customers of Southern California Edison can expect a bigger bill in the mail this winter.
The operator of California’s troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant on Thursday proposed to restart one of the plant’s twin reactors.
A consumer advocate wants SoCal Edison to provide rebates to customers who continue to pay for the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station months after the plant went offline.
The operator of California’s troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant has estimated that the damaged twin reactors could restart by the end of the year, documents obtained by The Associated Press showed Monday.
State energy officials on Wednesday said simply turning off the lights this summer could determine whether residents will face blackouts.
Nearly 434,000 Edison customers lost power after winds gusting at up to nearly 100 miles per hour lashed the region Nov. 30.
Rep. Adam Schiff and others joined a public hearing on why it took so long for Edison to get back online after the November storm.
A CBS2/KCAL9 viewer named Bryan sent us a copy of texts he sent back and forth with his wife who works inside the building where a deadly shooting took place Friday afternoon. Fortunately, their story has a happy ending.
A shooting at an office building in Irwindale on Friday resulted in at least 3 people, including the gunman, dead and two others wounded.
Governor Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency for Eastern Los Angeles County. The declaration came Saturday, 10 days after hurricane-force winds blew out of the San Gabriel Mountains and caused widespread damage and power outages throughout the San Gabriel Valley.
Only 14 homes were still without power Thursday morning after last week’s violent wind storm interrupted service to more than 400,000 Southern California Edison and DWP customers.
The State Public Utilities Commission has launched an investigation spurred by the power outages brought on by last week’s fierce windstorm. Their question — why is it taking so long to get the lights back on?
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