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L.A. NOWThe U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission chief made her first visit Monday to the troubled San Onofre nuclear plant since taking office in July, offering assurance that the facility will remain closed until its safety is certain. NRC Chairwoman Allison...
L.A. NOWThe California Public Utilities Commission held an initial meeting Tuesday in an investigative process that could eventually result in ratepayers getting a refund for a portion of the bills they have paid during the San Onofre nuclear plant's year-long...
L.A. NOWIn response to a state probe that determined Southern California Edison hampered a safety investigation prompted by the fierce windstorm of late 2011, the utility defended its actions, saying that restoring power “had to take precedence”...
KTLA/Los Angeles TimesSAN ONOFRE, Calif. -- Southern California Edison wants to restart a troubled nuclear reactor at its San Onofre plant. The energy giant has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to bring reactor number 2 back online after making repairs to piping at the...
Newport Beach and Costa Mesa Southern California Edison customers likely will see about $7 added to their monthly bills starting early next year, thanks to a California Public Utilities Commission decision to allow the energy provider to raise its rates...
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L.A. NOWFederal regulators and Southern California Edison officials met publicly for a second time Tuesday to discuss Edison's restart proposal for the San Onofre nuclear plant, which has been out of service for more than 10 months because of unexpected...
L.A. NOWThe San Onofre plant has been out of service for more than 10 months because of excessive wear on tubes carrying radioactive water, one of which leaked a small amount of radioactive steam in January, prompting the plant's shutdown....
L.A. NOWL.A. may become the latest city to wade into the debate over the fate of the San Onofre nuclear plant on the northern coast of San Diego County....
L.A. NOWThe last of four old steam generators from the San Onofre nuclear plant will head to a site in Utah for disposal this week. Two of the steam generators were shipped to Clive, Utah, last year and another was transported......
L.A. NOWA meeting between federal regulators and Southern California Edison officials to discuss the fate of the San Onofre nuclear plant has been rescheduled after the hotel originally selected as the venue backed out. The NRC and Edison are set to......
KTLA NewsMISSION HILLS, Calif. (KTLA) -- About 40 homes at a mobile home park in Mission Hills had to be evacuated due to an underground gas leak, officials said. The leak was reported around 1:30 a.m. Thursday at the 193-unit Bermuda Manufactured Home Park,...
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More than 4,000 hungry people and some 2,000 volunteers shared one big Thanksgiving Day meal Thursday at Pasadena’s Central Park. The festive gathering on a warm and sunny afternoon marked the 36th year for Pasadena-based Union Station Homeless...
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