About 89,500 SoCal customers might have power shut off Tuesday. It's part of a plan to prevent a disaster as we enter one of the most dangerous times of the year for wildfires.
That's one of the stories we're featuring today on NBCLA.
What to Know: When and Where to Expect Power Shutoffs
Power might be shut off to tens of thousands of Southern California customers Tuesday due to warm temperatures and powerful wind gusts that bring an elevated risk of wildfires. We have a look at how the plan works and updates on possible outages for SoCal Edison customers.
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Key Witness in Ed Buck Case Left Homeless
The man whose cooperation was key to last week's arrest of political activist and donor Ed Buck says he's homeless. The man, identified as "Joe Doe" in a criminal complaint, spoke with the I-Team about the case and how he learned of Buck's arrest. Read the full story.
Local news from across Southern California
When Fires Start at Homeless Encampments, Property Owners Pay the Price
Some Los Angeles property owners have been dropped by their insurance companies. Others face skyrocketing rates. Watch the I-Team's full report on the impact of LA's homeless crisis on those who own property near homeless encampments.
Disturbing Attack on Real Estate Agent Captured on Camera
Police are looking for a man who visited a Sunday afternoon open house in Encino. Security camera video shows the man abruptly and violently pushing the real estate agent to the ground, then bending over her as she screamed. Click here for the full story.