Cell phones act as lifelines for many people, but this weekend, that lifeline went dead for tens of thousands of Southern California AT&T customers. If you were one, KNX 1070 Investigative Reporter Charles Feldman explains how you can get your money back.
A widespread power outage that hit Southern California last week may have cost the region an estimated $118 million.
Peter Quill, 45, is accused of repeatedly hitting his neighbor over the head with a flashlight after complaining about the loud hum of a generator during the widespread power outage.
Federal officials on Friday began their investigation of state utility practices in the wake of a disruption that left millions without power.
The governor said a massive power outage that left millions in the dark is proof positive of the state’s “brittle” power system.
San Diego Gas & Electric says it has restored power to 1.4 million customers affected by a massive 12-hour outage that stretched from Arizona to Mexico.
Traffic lights and parking structures at Los Angeles International Airport are back on after officials cut power to the airport during morning rush hour on Tuesday.
Amazon.com struggled Friday morning to restore computers used by other major websites such as Reddit as an outage stretched beyond 24 hours.
Power was restored Tuesday to an estimated 500 homes and businesses that lost electricity overnight in Van Nuys, according to the Department of Water and Power.
For the second time in less than one week, a computer glitch has downed the the DMV system.
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