In a major concession to SmartMeter opponents, the Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has proposed allowing customers to keep their old analog meters, and not switch to a SmartMeter, for a fee.
East Bay water officials are reversing course on certain aspects of a 30-year long range plan, deciding not to enlarge a key reservoir in the Sierra foothills in the face of a lawsuit by environmental groups.
Despite losing 800,000 customers since announcing a price increase in June, is Netflix still a viable option to stream movies and TV shows?
Posters and fact sheets will be available at cell phone stores to provide information about possible radiation from the devices.
Hundreds of customers wait in line every day to get their hands on the legendary fried chicken sandwich at the popular Oakland shop.
KCBS reporter Doug Sovern tried to find a small, local shop to make a copy of his key. But the simple task proved harder than he originally thought it would be.
California regulators have approved a plan allowing Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to charge its customers more for electricity to make up for profits lost when SmartMeters were installed.
A power outage affected about 15,000 PG&E customers in Berkeley Friday afternoon, but service has since been restored to all customers, a utility spokeswoman said.