Power Outage Leaves Thousands Of Customers In The Dark In S.F. ValleyThe lights went out shortly before 9 p.m. after an explosion at a DWP electrical substation.
L.A. Mayor Urges Angelenos To Continue Saving Water"We don't know what mother nature, what she will bring. We know what we can do," Garcetti said.
Porter Ranch Gas Leak Could Lead To Power Outages In SummerMany power plants in L.A. county run on natural gas, which comes from the Alison Canyon storage field, which is only 20-percent full now.
Runyon Canyon Alternatives Touted As 4-Month Closure LoomsRunyon Canyon fans, don’t panic – even with the wildly popular hiking spot set to close for four months, city officials say there are a variety of nearby excellent alternatives nearby.
LA Board Considers Electricity Rate Hike, To Be Spread Over 5 YearsThe average single-family household could see their electricity bill go up a total of $12 over five years under a rate hike proposal being considered by the Board of Water and Power Commissioners.
Judge Approves 'In Principle' Proposed $44M LADWP SettlementA judge gave conditional approval to a proposed settlement Monday that would require the Department of Water and Power to pay out tens of millions of dollars in refunds to customers who overpaid during an overhaul of the utility’s billing system.
Plan To Raise LADWP Customer Water Rates ApprovedThe board that oversees the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power unanimously approved a plan Tuesday to raise customer water rates over the next five years to help pay for upgrades on the city's aging pipe system.
Board Members Vote For Rate Hike For LADWP Customers The board that oversees the Department of Water and Power voted Tuesday to raise customer rates to help pay for upgrades on the city's aging pipe system.
Crews Work To Repair Break In 8-Inch Water Main In Pico-Union AreaAt this time, it remains unclear when water will be restored to customers in the area.
Water Savings Dip In OctoberWater use in Los Angeles was down by 14.9 percent in October, compared to the same month two years ago, and short of the 16 percent conservation mandate imposed on the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power by the state.
Business Owner Overcharged Thousands By LADWP Finally Gets ResolutionA deal has yet to be reached on settling the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's massive billing issue after the utility company admitted to overcharging thousands after rolling out a new computer billing system.
Proposed Class-Action Settlement Against DWP May Not Help Certain CustomersThe proposed settlement offers help to customers with future bills but leaves out those who have already received their bills.