PG&E To Shut Off Power To Nearly 50K Customers In Sierra Foothills, North BayPG&E will shut off power to approximately 48,200 customers in seven counties in the North Bay and the Sierra Foothills early Wednesday morning due to dangerous fire conditions, officials said. 
PG&E Restores Power To 13,000 Customers In East BayPG&E says crews are working to restore power to almost 13,000 customers in the East Bay.
Power Restored In San Francisco After Massive OutageA power substation fire triggered a massive outage in San Francisco Friday, forcing the closure of a downtown BART station during rush hour and leaving some customers without power until it was finally restored after 5 p.m.
Power Outages Trigger False Fire Alarms Across San FranciscoPG&E and fire officials in San Francisco were reporting rolling blackouts that were affecting thousands of customers across the city Thursday morning.
Blown San Ramon Power Transformer Causes BlackoutA blown transformer shut down a major thoroughfare in San Ramon and knocked out power to tens of thousands of people Thursday morning, according to police.
Robin Williams Protects Himself From Commercial Exploitation In Death With 25-Year Blackout PeriodRobin Williams made sure to protect his likeness in death, restricting its use for the next 25-years.
NFL To Suspend TV Blackout Rule For 2015 SeasonThe National Football League will not blackout any games from local TV markets during the 2015 season.
Protests In Solidarity With Michael Brown Planned In Bay Area Shopping Areas On Black FridayOn Black Friday protesters will gather at San Francisco’s Union Square and in Emeryville to speak out against police brutality.
Director Of Oscar Grant Biopic Spearheads ‘Black Out Black Friday’ Shopping BoycottA grassroots protest is circulating on social media asking people not to shop on Black Friday to show solidarity with victims of police brutality.
Tune In Raider Nation: FCC Lifts Blackout Rule For years, Raiders fans have watched anxiously as Raider home games approached, wondering if the team would sell enough home tickets to broadcast games in the Bay Area, but it looks like that waiting game may now be over.
FCC Considering Ending Sports Blackout RuleThe Federal Communications Commission has taken the first step towards repealing the decades-old rule that prevents live sporting events from being televised if the event isn’t sold out.