Officials have blamed aging infrastructure as the primary factor in a sharp rise in the number of water main breaks across Los Angeles, but new data shows some neighborhoods may be worse off than others.
A water main break in Wilmington produced a giant sinkhole Friday that forced the closure of a busy street.
A broken water main damaged two homes early Friday morning in the San Fernando Valley.
A pair of separate water main breaks made for a longer commute Monday along Sunset Boulevard.
Residents in the Pico-Robertson area say a water main had been leaking since Friday with no action taken to fix it.
A water main broke late Monday morning, causing a large sinkhole in a San Fernando Valley street.
An LAPD bomb squad was dispatched to a Granada Hills home Tuesday after a cleaning crew reported seeing a “possible pipe bomb”, a handgun and some ammunition.
Crews Thursday were working on a scheduled repair on a drain pipe located in the San Gabriel Valley.
An Encino man pleaded not guilty Friday to four felony counts after police allegedly found three pipe bombs in his vehicle during a routine traffic stop, prosecutors said.
A possible broken pipe may have caused oil to seep onto the streets of Wilmington overnight Tuesday, officials said.
An Orange County neighborhood was flooded early Friday morning after a water main broke.
About 50 households were without water Thursday morning after two water mains broke in Brentwood.
A Santa Ana hardware store was evacuated Wednesday after an apparent explosion, authorities said.
A reported cache of illegal fireworks and other explosives said to be found at a Hollywood home was a hoax, according to police.
A 29-year-old man who allegedly had an explosive device in his car and 17 pipe bombs in his Palms-area apartment pleaded not guilty to several felony counts Thursday.