Federal Investigator For San Bruno Explosion Testifies That PG&E Misled HimThe chief investigator in a National Transportation Safety Board probe into the fatal 2010 pipeline explosion in San Bruno testified at PG&E's criminal trial in San Francisco Wednesday that he believes the utility misled him.
PG&E Warns Pokemon Go Players To Avoid Power PlantsPacific Gas & Electric Co. issued a warning to Pokemon Go players to avoid their facilities, following reports of players in other states going into power plants in search for the creatures.
PG&E Engineer: Used 'Best Judgment' About Pipeline Safety TestsA senior PG&E engineer testified at the utility's criminal trial in federal court that he never knowingly violated regulations.
California Going Nuke Free; Diablo Canyon To Shut Down A utility company and environmental groups have reached an agreement that will close California's last nuclear power plant, ending the state's nuclear power era.
Service Mostly Restored After Outage Cuts Power To Thousands In SunnyvaleThe outage was first reported early Sunday morning and initially affected about 4,100 customers, according to a PG&E spokesman.
Prosecutor: PG&E Ignored Regulations To Cut Costs Before 2010 Pipeline ExplosionPacific Gas & Electric Co. ignored pipeline safety regulations to cut costs and tried to cover up its illegal practices by misleading federal officials investigating a deadly explosion of one of its natural gas pipelines a prosecutor said.
Fatal San Bruno Gas Line Explosion Looms Large At PG&E TrialJury selection has began in the federal obstruction-of-justice and pipeline-safety-violation trial of utility giant Pacific Gas & Electric in the wake of the deadly 2010 San Bruno gas line explosion.
PG&E Fined $24.3 Million For Inaccurate Gas Line Maps A California Public Utilities Commission administrative law judge has imposed a $24.3 million fine on PG&E for inaccurate records and maps of its natural gas distribution pipelines in more than a dozen cities.
Oakland Student Makes The Cut, Wins $20,000 STEM Scholarship From PG&EAn Oakland student is one of only 10 students in Northern and Central California to win a $20,000 college scholarship from PG&E.
Power Restored To Thousands Of East Bay ResidentsA transformer failure and fire at a PG&E substation in El Cerrito caused a massive power outage in the East Bay Monday that disrupted BART service and traffic signals in Berkeley, an El Cerrito fire battalion chief said.
1.5-Ton PG&E Pipeline From San Bruno Blast Won't Be On Display For JurorsJudge rules prosecutors can't bring an exploded PG&E pipeline from the San Bruno explosion to a street near the courthouse to show jurors.
Power Restored To Thousands After Early-Morning Outage In SFMore than 5,000 customers lost power after underground equipment failed around 5:30 Sunday morning.

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