Long Beach power outage

Courtesy City of Long Beach Twitter account

Long Beach vault explosion: 250 to 300 still without power

Edison said it would send crews to inspect vaults downtown starting at 10 a.m. and anticipates power would be back for all customers by 6 p.m., according to Long Beach police.

Long Beach power outage

Long Beach suffers another vault explosion


Another vault explosion has knocked out power for some Long Beach residents. Southern California Edison spokeswoman Susan Cox says 30,000 customers are impacted.


Monsoonal flow brings thunderstorms to parts of Southern California

Scattered thunderstorms unleashed fierce downpours, and showers hit elsewhere around Southern California during another blast of unusually humid weather.

Bunker Hill native says 'Get Angels Flight running again!'

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Boy still critical, girl improving in California tree fall

Pasadena Fire Department spokeswoman Lisa Derderian said Wednesday that an arborist is beginning an investigation to determine what caused the 75-foot-tall pine to fall.

Rip currents lead to many rescues on LA County coast

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8 children hurt, 2 critically, by falling tree in Pasadena

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Remembering LA's 1984 Olympics in archival photos

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Pasadena Courthouse business still disrupted following fire

All traffic matters were being handled as usual, but the closure of the main courthouse prompted officials to redirect some cases to the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Drought cutbacks challenge SoCal water officials at home

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High heat, monsoonal moisture heading to region

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Pasadena courthouse mostly closed after fire; public being redirected

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Lowell Fire: 4 firefighters injured; evacuations in place

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10 Freeway east of Coachella partially reopens after bridge damage

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Metro will investigate how to get Angels Flight running again

The decision was made not long after Richard Schave and his wife began a petition for its reopening. The petition gathered more than 1,700 signatures.

I-10 collapse: Bridge set to reopen 1 lane each way, reduced speed

The bridge is reopening Friday with just one lane in each direction using what was previously the westbound side of the bridge, due to the eastbound side's collapse.