Five Families Sue Over San Bruno Pipeline BlastFive wrongful conduct lawsuits have been filed against Pacific Gas and Electric Company following the San Bruno pipeline explosion.
Officials To Appeal For More San Bruno FEMA AidState and local officials are appealing a decision by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to deny additional funds to help California and the city of San Bruno pay for ongoing efforts to repair and reconstruct a neighborhood struck by a PG&E gas pipeline explosion.
5th Person Charged With Posing As San Bruno Explosion VictimA fifth person has been charged with posing as a victim of the deadly San Bruno pipeline explosion in order to get aid.
Hearing Held On Pipeline SafetyThe Senate Commerce Committee took up the issue of pipeline safety on Tuesday in the wake of the San Bruno explosion and fire.
Speier Announces New Legislation To Regulate PipelinesPeninsula Congresswoman Jackie Speier is sponsoring a new law to make natural gas transmission lines safer.
Fundraiser Raises Spirits For San Bruno VictimsA fundraiser for victims of the San Bruno explosion and fire brought out hundreds of neighbors and supporters Saturday.
Memorial Held For Family Members Killed In San Bruno BlastA memorial service was held Friday for three members of a family who perished in this month's explosion and fire in San Bruno.
Toxic Runoff Feared Amid San Bruno DevastationCleanup crews hope to turn the neighborhood destroyed by fire when a natural gas line exploded into a clean, clear mound of land before the rain arrives, county officials said Friday.
Corrosive Microbes Examined In San Bruno ExplosionCorrosive microbe gases are being investigated as a possible cause of the San Bruno natural gas pipeline explosion that killed seven people and destroyed 37 homes this month.
Memorials Planned For Family Killed In San Bruno BlastMills High School will hold a reception following a memorial service Friday to honor a student who died along with his father and grandmother in the San Bruno explosion and fire earlier this month.
Crews Begin Cleaning Up San Bruno NeighborhoodCrews started to remove debris Thursday from a few of the homes destroyed by the deadly explosion and fire in San Bruno earlier this month as part of a weeks-long cleanup effort at the disaster site.
Independent Panel To Probe San Bruno ExplosionCalifornia regulators are setting up an independent panel to probe the factors leading up to the gas line explosion that killed seven people and torched a San Bruno neighborhood.
Legislation Introduced To Help San Bruno Explosion VictimsEmergency legislation has been introduced in Sacramento to help victims of the San Bruno pipeline explosion and fire.
Insurance Reps Meet With San Bruno Blast VictimsMany victims of the San Bruno pipeline explosion and fire are still trying to piece together their lives. A health insurance resource event held on Wednesday allowed survivors to meet one-on-one with industry representatives.
DNA Confirms Identities Of San Bruno VictimsThe San Mateo County coroner has confirmed the deaths of three more people in the San Bruno pipeline explosion, bringing the death toll to seven.