SoCal Edison Cooperating With Federal Investigators Into Potential Link To Bobcat FireFederal investigators are looking into whether a huge wildfire in the Angeles National Forest was sparked by Southern California Edison utility equipment, according to the company.
Thousands Still Without Power In LA As Heat Wave Scorches RegionLADWP crews were working around the clock to repair overheated and overloaded distribution equipment.
SoCal Edison Slowly Restoring Power In Inland Empire Following SnowstormWork crews spent Monday night coming up and down State Route 138 trying their best to restore power to nearly 3,000 homes in Crestline and Lake Arrowhead that were still in the dark — five days after the power went out.
Report Calls On LADWP To Mitigate Wildfire Risk, Address Maintenance BacklogThe report found that LADWP has more than 1,000 outstanding maintenance orders in wildfire-threat areas.
Southern California Edison To Pay $360M Settlement For Thomas, Woolsey FiresSouthern California Edison has agreed to repay taxpayers for firefighting and damage caused by the Thomas Fire in 2017 and the Woolsey Fire last year.
10K SoCal Edison Customers Still Without Power Across SouthlandAn extreme red flag warning remains in effect through 6 p.m. Thursday.
SoCal Edison: Transmission Line May Have Started Fire, Review UnderwayEdison spokeswoman Caroline Aoyagi told the Associated Press the cause of Wednesday's wind-driven fire in Simi Valley has not been determined.
304K SoCal Edison Customers Could See Power Shutoffs WednesdayThe most powerful Santa Ana wind event of the season is expected to descend on the region beginning late Tuesday night.
SoCal Edison Begins Shutting Off Power To Thousands Across SouthlandAs of 10 p.m. Thursday, SoCal Edison had shut off power to 10,378 customers in Los Angeles County, 7,436 customers in San Bernardino County, 6,120 in Ventura County, 5,286 customers in Kern County and 1,865 customers in Riverside County.
Over 308K SoCal Edison Customers Could Lose Power In Public Safety Power ShutoffMore than 308,046 customers could lose power as Southern California Edison considered Public Safety Power Shutoffs due to dangerous fire weather conditions.
SoCal Edison Considers Shutting Off Power For 162K Customers Amid Wildfire ConcernsIn Los Angeles County, 18,343 customers were in the service area under PSPS consideration, meaning transmission lines could be de-energized in fire-prone areas, causing those in the area to lose power.
Howling Winds Take Down Trees, Could Lead To More Power Outages This WeekendStrong, gusty winds took down trees overnight and has SoCal Edison mulling more power outages to prevent equipment from sparking wildfires.
Power Outage Hits 4,900 SoCal Edison Customers In OxnardSoCal Edison says they are aware of the outage and have crews on the scene, working to make repairs as quickly and as safely as possible.
Firefighters Make Progress On Saddle Ridge Fire As Investigators Work To Determine CauseThe fire broke out beneath a Southern California Edison high-voltage transmission line in Sylmar.
Thousands Of Edison Customers Without Power Due To Safety Shutoffs; LADWP Says No Shutoffs PlannedNearly 13,000 Southern California Edison customers were without power as of noon Thursday.