Weather-Related Power Outages, Trees Down Around The SouthlandSome of the outages are due to rain or wind causing downed power lines, authorities said.
Failed Circuit Breaker Briefly Leaves 27,000 Westside Residents Without PowerRoughly 27,000 LADWP customers in the Pacific Palisades and Westwood areas were without power for a couple of hours.
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.
Power Knocked Out For 1,600 Customers Near Pico-RobertsonPower was interrupted Friday to about 1,600 customers in an area of Los Angeles just south of Beverly Hills.
High Heat, Demand Blamed For DWP Outage To More Than 9,000 Customers In West LAThe utility said they expected intermittent outages Saturday evening as workers replaced a major cable.
Vault Fire Temporarily Knocks Out Power To Customers In Long BeachAccording to the city of Long Beach the area north of downtown is affected.
400 Still Without Power In Long Beach Following Vault ExplosionNo injuries have been reported.
Outage Leaves Hundreds Without Power In BreaThe outage is centered in the area of Imperial Highway and State College Boulevard, according to authorities.
Crews Working To Restore Power For Thousands As Outages Sweep Across LA CountyThe Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is looking into whether or not severe weather is directly related to scattered outages across the county.
Power Restored To Most Of Downtown Long BeachSouthern California Edison says Saturday it's still troubleshooting the system and monitoring voltage levels. It says about 200 customers in several isolated areas are still without power.
8,000 DWP Customers Without Power In Silverlake After Vault ExplosionThousands of Department of Water and Power customers throughout the Silverlake area lost power Tuesday night following an explosion in a vault.
Cal-ISO Issues 'Flex Alert' Amid Heat Wave State energy officials Tuesday issued a "flex alert" urging residents to conserve electricity amid a heat wave expected to linger in the Southland for the rest of the week.

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