Water usage by residents in Los Angeles fell this summer from the levels used last year, LADWP officials reported Friday.
The settlement approved Monday between the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Arizona Public Service Co. is expected to be the first of several stemming from the blackout that involved a half-dozen utilities and grid operators.
The company says 4,975 customers lost power Saturday evening just after 5:40 p.m.
Customers with the Department of Water & Power can expect shorter wait times while calling about billing issues even as the utility continues to work toward improved services, officials said Wednesday.
The Los Angeles City Council has approved a new general manager to lead the Department of Water and Power, which is plagued by costly computer problems and questions about missing money.
Nearly a quarter of the Southern California Edison utility poles checked in a study were overloaded and didn’t meet safety requirements.
Police warned millions of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers Wednesday of a scam involving their utility bills.
Customers of Southern California Edison can expect a bigger bill in the mail this winter.
Disgruntled workers for one of the Southland’s biggest utilities signaled Thursday they could be ready to go on strike — and they want local customers to stand with them.
Burbank has its own water and power utility that strives to be a leader in green technology and the kind of technology that feeds entertainment companies that are hungry to compete in the digital age.
A newly-published report shows officials from the Central Basin Municipal Water District used public funds to buy positive press coverage.
Federal officials on Friday began their investigation of state utility practices in the wake of a disruption that left millions without power.
The Department of Water and Power wants to hike Los Angeles utility rates 5 percent, an average $19 over the next three years.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is cutting its budget more than $400 million by imposing a hiring freeze, reducing nonessential training and eliminating take-home vehicles for executives.