Victims Of 2017-18 Northern California Wildfires Can File Claims With PG&EPeople affected by wildfires in Northern California in 2017 and 2018 can file claims for housing assistance and other immediate needs with Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
Deadly Camp Fire Claims It's Final Victim; Death Toll Now 86A man who had been hospitalized since the deadliest wildfire in California history incinerated a town in November has died, raising the number of people killed to 86.
PG&E Disputes Report Linking Delayed Repairs To Camp FirePG&E Co. told a federal judge in San Francisco on Wednesday that it denies a Wall Street Journal article's implication that it knowingly delayed repairing the transmission line maintenance problem that caused last year's deadly Camp Fire.
Fire-Ravaged Paradise Loses 90 Percent Of PopulationNew figures released by California Gov. Gavin Newsom show the town of Paradise has lost over 90% of its population since last year's devastating Camp Fire.
Rapid DNA Company Used To ID California Wildfire Victims Under ScrutinyTexas officials are raising concerns over Rapid DNA analysis that has been used to identify wildfire victims in Northern California and verify family connections on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Arising From The Ashes; Paradise High Seniors Ready To GraduateSean Newsom's senior year of high school started with typical teenage pranks, like sticking a cup to the roof of his car with magnets just to mess with people as he drove around Paradise.
Judge Approves $105M PG&E Fund For California Wildfire SurvivorsPacific Gas & Electric Corp. received approval Wednesday to establish a $105 million fund to help survivors of recent California wildfires started by the utility's equipment.
Cal Fire: PG&E Electrical Lines Triggered Deadly Camp FireThe deadly Camp Fire that roared through Paradise and other Butte County communities, killing 85, destroying 18,804 structures and charring 153,336 acres was caused by electrical transmission lines owned and operated by Pacific Gas & Electric Company, state officials announced Wednesday.
State Regulators Tour Devastated Town Of Paradise To Learn Wildfire LessonsSix months ago, the Camp Fire began tearing through the Butte County town of Paradise. But along with all the devastation came some important lessons; Wednesday morning, state regulators toured the area to see how fire preparation and response can be improved.
Judge To Order PG&E Board Members To Visit Fire-Devastated ParadiseA federal judge in San Francisco said Tuesday that he plans to order Pacific Gas and Electric's board of directors to visit Paradise, the Butte County town that was mostly destroyed by the deadly Camp Fire in 2018.
New Challenge For Rebuilding Paradise Residents -- Toxic Drinking WaterThe drinking water in Paradise, where 85 people died in the worst wildfire in state history, is contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical benzene.
Fire-Ravaged Paradise Issues 1st Rebuild PermitsSmall signs of rebuilding the town of Paradise after it was destroyed by the massive Camp Fire last fall are sprouting this spring.
Missing Cat Found Amid Ruins Months After Camp FireMonths after going missing in the Camp Fire, a cat has been rescued and is now ready to reunite with his family, which has since relocated to Missouri.
Judge Revises PG&E Order, Cites 'Dismal' Record In Preventing WildfiresA federal judge has revised a proposed order for PG&E, making it less drastic, but he maintained that the utility has a "dismal" record in preventing wildfires.
PG&E: Company's Equipment May Have Ignited Camp FireThe embattled utility said Thursday it's taking a $10.5 billion charge for claims connected to the Camp Fire in its fourth quarter earnings.