SoCalGas, LADWP To Provide Free Efficiency Kits To Customers To Help Save On UtilitiesEach kit will contain a water-efficient showerhead, two bathroom faucet aerators and a kitchen faucet aerator to help customers conserve water and natural gas to save money on utility bills.
LADWP Sued Over San Fernando Valley Gas LeakAttorneys have filed a lawsuit over an alleged cover-up of a gas leak at a LADWP station in the northeast San Fernando Valley.
Pipe Break Sends Thousands Of Gallons Of Water Flooding Cahuenga Blvd. In HollywoodThe break occurred on Cahuenga Boulevard just off the 101 Freeway, a few blocks from The Ford theater.
Mylar Balloon Knocks Out Power To Nearly 2,500 LADWP CustomersPower was expected to be restored at approximately 6:30 p.m.
Driver Dead After Shearing Utility Pole In Violent South LA Wreck, Hundreds Left Without PowerMore than 2,300 LADWP customers were without electricity.
Thousands Still Without Power In LA As Heat Wave Scorches RegionLADWP crews were working around the clock to repair overheated and overloaded distribution equipment.
'Thank You California For Protecting The Grid Again': ISO Lifts Stage 2 EmergencyThe California Independent System Operator, which oversees the operation of California's bulk electric power system, lifted a Stage 2 Emergency on Sunday night and thanked residents for their efforts toward conservation.
California ISO Declares Stage 2 Emergency, Announces Possible Outages As Extreme Heat Spreads StatewideThe California ISO has declared a Stage 2 emergency, with rotating power outages possible statewide.
Ongoing Heat Wave Leaves Thousands Of LADWP Customers Without PowerThe outages occurred after the scorching triple-digit temperatures overloaded equipment.
SoCal Residents Battle Record-Breaking Heat Tuesday As Scorching Temps ContinueAn excessive heat warning was extended to 9 p.m. Thursday for the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, San Gabriel and Antelope valleys, as well as the San Gabriel and Santa Monica mountains.
Flex Alert In Effect Through Wednesday As Dangerous Heat Wave ContinuesResidents are asked to conserve their power use between 3 p.m. and 10 p.m. every day through at least Wednesday