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.
Water Main Break Causes Growing Sinkhole In Mar VistaWater began shooting out of the ground around 3 a.m. after a pipe broke in the area of Moore and Zanja streets, according to LADWP crews.
CBS2 Investigates L.A. Mayor's Campaign Donations Tied To Landscaping CompanyTens of thousands of dollars in campaign funds to L.A.'s mayor is tied to a landscaping company that made millions in rebate money.
6-Inch Pipe Bursts In Mid-City NeighborhoodLADWP says that section of Mid-City is not a problem area, but say they are racing the clock when it comes to the city's aging pipe infrastructure.
Locals Gather In South LA To Learn About LADWP's Rate IncreasesHundreds of South Los Angeles residents attended a community forum on Tuesday in order to voice their concerns for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's proposed rate increases.
Judge Rejects Proposed Settlement Deal In Class-Action Suit Against LADWPA judge Tuesday rejected a proposed settlement but suggested revisions to the deal that may bring overcharged ratepayers one step closer to getting their money back.
Superior Court Judge To Issue Ruling On Proposed Settlement For Overcharged LADWP CustomersThousands of LADWP customers were overcharged following a problem-filled upgrade of the agency's billing system.
Consumer Advocates Denounce Proposed Settlement With DWP On OverbillingConsumer advocates held a news conference in Santa Monica Monday to urge the Mayor of Los Angeles and the city attorney to renegotiate the proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit against the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.
Californians Cut Water Use In September, But Some Fines IssuedFigures released on Friday show residents have exceeded the water conservation mandate set by Gov. Jerry Brown for the month of September.
Power Restored To Thousands In West LAElectricity was fully restored to the West Los Angeles area on Sunday, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power said. At one point this weekend about 9,500 customers in the area were left without power in the heat.
Attorneys Disagree On Whether $44 Million LADWP Overbilling Settlement Is Good DealAfter overcharging thousands of customers due to a billing error, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is planning to dole out tens of millions of dollars as part of a class-action lawsuit settlement announced in August. But the issue isn't completely resolved, yet. Attorneys representing different plaintiffs in the suit have not been able to agree on whether it is a good enough deal.