An outage in Marina del Rey left nearly 5,000 customers without power Sunday evening.
Families across the United States will have to rely on other sources of entertainment after Netflix’s video streaming service was hit by a Christmas Eve outage.
Students and faculty were left in the dark after a transformer malfunction cut power to the entire campus and hundreds of neighboring residents.
Passengers at Los Angeles International Airport and around the nation were left stranded Thursday after United Airlines experienced a massive computer outage.
A power failure at John Wayne Airport was blamed for passenger delays on Friday.
If you plan on doing business at your local DMV office on Tuesday, prepare to wait even more than usual.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa promised on Monday to come up with answers for why the LAPD dispatch system lost power for nearly 12 hours.
It will take more than the flip of a switch to replace power lost from the troubled San Onofre nuclear plant.
Only 14 homes were still without power Thursday morning after last week’s violent wind storm interrupted service to more than 400,000 Southern California Edison and DWP customers.
Thousands of residents are still without power one week after a violent wind storm disrupted service to more than 250,000 residents in the greater Los Angeles area.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is expected to meet with an official from Southern California Edison Tuesday about ongoing power outages in Temple City and Altadena.
Thousands of residents spent a fifth night in the dark Sunday after Wednesday’s wind storm. Southern California Edison crews have been working around the clock to restore power to customers across the Southland, but roughly 27,000 remain without power.
An estimated 12,000 customers were without electricity on Wednesday after strong Santa Ana winds downed power lines around the Southland.
It was the day AT&T cell phones went dead throughout Los Angeles, and now, KNX 1070’s investigative reporter Charles Feldman tells us why the phone company is being so mysterious about what happened.
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.