$24.5M Penalty Proposed For Edison Over 2011 WindstormOne of California's largest utilities has agreed to pay a $24.5 million penalty for safety violations uncovered after a 2011 windstorm left more than 400,000 customers without lights and a power-line failure electrocuted three family members, state regulators announced Thursday.
Decades-Old Cross Damaged By Windstorm Back Up At San Gabriel MissionOn this solemn Good Friday, people at the San Gabriel Mission are rededicating a 77-year-old cross that was nearly destroyed in last year’s windstorm.
Feds Deny Assistance To Windswept San Gabriel Valley Citiesin the San Gabriel Valley affected by last month’s windstorm were denied federal reimbursement for cleanup and repair costs.
Gov. Brown Seeks Disaster Loans For SoCal Windstorm CleanupGov. Jerry Brown wants Washington to help families and businesses fix damage from last month's windstorm in Southern California.
Governor Declares State Of Emergency For Eastern LA CountyGovernor Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency for Eastern Los Angeles County. The declaration came Saturday, 10 days after hurricane-force winds blew out of the San Gabriel Mountains and caused widespread damage and power outages throughout the San Gabriel Valley.
State To Investigate Power Restoration Delays After WindstormThe State Public Utilities Commission has launched an investigation spurred by the power outages brought on by last week’s fierce windstorm. Their question — why is it taking so long to get the lights back on?
Crews Restoring Power To Blacked Out Areas Before Winds Pick Up AgainThe Los Angeles Department of Water and Power crews continued to work around the clock to restore service to nearly all the 57,000 houses and businesses that lost power during Wednesday's major wind storm.
Edison To Hand Out Emergency Supplies For Customers Still Without ServicePower remained out for some 77,000 Southern California Edison customers Saturday, and SCE warned that some of those people may face extended waits for electric service repairs.