Southern California Edison
About 70 Southern California Edison customers in Downtown Long Beach were still without power Saturday morning as the power company scrambles to restore service following an underground vault explosion on Thursday.
More than 200 residents in Long Beach had to endure the day without power on Friday after another underground vault explosion caused an outage.
Federal regulators have closed a case that questioned whether Southern California Edison violated government rules when it installed faulty equipment at the now-closed San Onofre nuclear power plant.
No injuries have been reported.
Southern California Edison crews Friday continued to work to restore power to thousands of residents in Long Beach.
Southern California Edison crews Thursday night were still working to restore power after it went out for 4,000 customers Wednesday afternoon.
More than 3,000 Southern California Edison customers remain without power Thursday after three underground electrical vaults caught fire in downtown Long Beach.
A jury awarded more than $4 million to the family of a farmworker electrocuted by a Southern California Edison power line.
The anger of some Southern California Edison ratepayers about the deal that led to them being stuck with a $3.3 billion bill, 70 percent of what it will cost to shut down the defunct San Onofre nuclear power plant in San Clemente, may have sparked an investigation that now appears to be heating up.
A power outage left more than 2,000 Southern California Edison customers In Hermosa Beach and Redondo Beach in the dark on Sunday evening, according to police and the utility company.
The cleanup for a Fontana neighborhood where winds sending trees toppling into power lines, leaving more than a thousand people without power all day Saturday, was in full swing on Sunday afternoon.
About 1,500 Southern California Edison customers in Fontana have been without electricity since the pre-dawn hours on Saturday, after gusty winds pushed a tree onto two power poles, disrupting service.
Tens of thousands of Southern California Edison customers spent much of Monday electricity across the city of San Bernardino.
A power outage Monday caused several traffic signals to fail in Alhambra, according to police.
Consumers will pay about $3.3 billion and shareholders will pay about $1.4 billion under a settlement approved Thursday on costs stemming from the premature closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant.