Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Coldwater Canyon Avenue in Studio City, which has been shut down for six days a week since late March, has reopened two days ahead of schedule.
A broken six-inch water main Tuesday afternoon flooded and temporarily shut down a major thoroughfare in Northridge.
About 1,000 Southern California Edison customers are without power Tuesday morning due to wind-related problems.
A major construction project on Los Feliz Boulevard will begin Tuesday, causing traffic disruptions.
The five-week closure of Coldwater Canyon Avenue begins Saturday at 8:30 a.m.
Police warned millions of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers Wednesday of a scam involving their utility bills.
Four Los Angeles mayoral candidates Monday questioned whether City Controller Wendy Greuel would be able to reform the LA Department of Water and Power in the wake of an endorsement in support of Greuel made by the union representing its workers.
All lanes of La Cienega Boulevard were reopened early Wednesday morning after the roadway buckled, forcing transportation officials to shut down the heavily traveled street.
Two men posing as gas company workers robbed a Westchester couple of $10,000 at gunpoint on Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will send crews to the East Coast to help the millions of people without power because of Superstorm Sandy.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power warned customers Wednesday of criminals posing as employees trying to collect money on supposed overdue bills.
After failing to collect millions in past-due payments from property owners — including from the husband of one of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s top administrators — the DWP wants to raise rates for water and power on all Angelenos,
Power to 60,000 customers in the Venice, Westchester and Playa Del Rey areas, plus terminals at Los Angeles International Airport, briefly went out Tuesday morning.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power unveiled a new smartphone app to help customers find H20 when they’re thirsty.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power crews continued to work around the clock to restore service to nearly all the 57,000 houses and businesses that lost power during Wednesday’s major wind storm.