By: CBS Local Media
“LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Porter Ranch-area residents displaced by the Aliso Canyon natural gas leak will be able to remain in temporary housing — at Southern California Gas Co. expense — until at least June 7, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge John Wiley Jr. noted there is still uncertainty about the safety of returning to their homes and set another hearing on the issue for June 7 to revisit the issue. SoCal Gas and LA County officials will have to provide a status report to the court by May 31…”
By: Dana Bartholomew, Los Angeles Daily News
“A new natural gas and petroleum leak occurred Saturday near Porter Ranch, not far from the shuttered well that spewed gas for four months, state officials reported.
The Governor’s Office of Emergency Services reported it received a complaint about a gas and petroleum leak at 8:25 a.m. from Southern California Gas Co. at its controversial Aliso Canyon Storage Facility.”
By: Melissa Pamer, KTLA 5
“Nearly two months after a leaking gas well was finally capped above Porter Ranch, residents on Wednesday reported again smelling the telltale scent of natural gas wafting through their neighborhood, prompting an investigation from air regulators…”