The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved a new phase in the city’s effort to conserve water.
Crews Monday were working to repair a massive hole in West Hollywood caused by a water main break.
The general manager for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power apologized days after criticizing a controversial audit.
A newly released audit of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power found that ratepayers footed the bill for thousands of dollars in free gas for employees and expensive steak dinners, as well as millions in contracts without competitive bids.
A ruptured water main flooded Mid-City streets early Saturday as crews worked to restore service for approximately 50 residents.
Gov. Jerry Brown called on cities this week to cut water consumption by 25 percent to combat the severe drought plaguing the state.
A report says the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s rooftop solar energy program failed to meet its goals, with only a small fraction of the approved projects generating energy since the program began in 2012.
About a dozen businesses in the Park La Brea area were without water service Saturday morning following the rupture of a main on Beverly Boulevard, according to the Department of Water and Power.
A state audit released Tuesday found that the Department of Water and Power’s troubled billing system could wind up costing ratepayers more than $200 million.
With all the storm activity in Southern California over the past few months, the State Water Project announced Monday it would increase water deliveries to agencies throughout the state.
A 17-year-old boy who was killed after being struck by a vehicle in Granada Hills was identified by the Coroner’s office Thursday.
Crews Friday had to manually reset baggage and conveyance systems in all terminals at the Los Angeles International Airport.
Power was restored to homes in Silver Lake Thursday nearly three hours after a massive eucalyptus tree fell onto a street.
Officials did not clarify when remaining customers can expect power to be restored.
Thousands of residents were without power Thursday morning as strong winds affected several areas across Los Angeles County.