Southern California Edison
More than two years after the San Onofre nuclear power plant stopped production, California is looking to fill the gap left in its energy grid by the plant that provided enough electricity for 1.4 million homes.
Seven men have been arrested on suspicion of committing two separate distraction burglaries at homes in the Torrance area.
A San Gabriel Valley family is suing Southern California Edison after their power was cut off when they didn’t pay a nearly $140,000 bill that was racked up by an alleged pot-growing tenant.
Federal regulators have told six utilities and grid operators that they violated reliability standards during a 2011 blackout that left millions without power in Southern California and Mexico.
Police are warning residents to beware of callers posing as Southern California Edison employees, asking for immediate payment on past due bills.
Thousands of customers were without power Tuesday night and into Wednesday, Southern California Edison said.
California regulators are recommending $94 million in refunds for Southern California utility customers for reduced operating costs at the now-closed San Onofre nuclear power plant.
Six Southern California Edison employees Monday were hospitalized and 20 others were evaluated after a strong odor was detected from the company’s call center in Long Beach.
Officials said one person was killed Monday afternoon in an underground vault explosion.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission met on Thursday to debate the potential effects of shutting down the troubled San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
Federal regulators announced Monday they are considering slapping a California utility with two violations for problems that eventually led to the permanent closure of the San Onofre nuclear power plant.
Power was restored Sunday to tens of thousands of Southern California Edison customers following a widespread outage.
An auction for a foreclosed home was shut down Wednesday over stray voltage concerns in a Redondo Beach neighborhood.
Power was restored to a majority of Southern California Edison customers in Marina del Rey and part of Venice who were without power Thursday morning.
Some Southern California residents are outraged by a state bill that would allow three utility companies to charge customers up to $10 a month to cope with the loss of revenue due to the popularity of solar panels.