PG&E Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy; Estimates $50B In LiabilitySan Francisco-based utility Pacific Gas & Electric Company officially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection early Tuesday morning, amid potential massive liabilities from recent wildfires.
Wells Fargo Donates $3.25 Million for Camp Fire ReliefWells Fargo is donating $3.25 million to help residents and business affected by the deadly wildfire that leveled the Butte County town of Paradise.
Facebook Group Helping Camp Fire Victims Find New HomesTwo months after the Camp Fire in Paradise, some of the victims who lost their homes are moving to the Bay Area and are getting resettled with the help of social media.
Newsom Urged To Dump Fire Cleanup Contract With Firm Accused Of FraudPlaintiffs in a $27 billion class action lawsuit against Tetra Tech are demanding that Gov. Gavin Newsom rescind a contract with the firm to clean up fire damage in Butte County.
Flash Flood Watch Issued for Camp Fire Burn AreaThe National Weather Service says mud and debris flows are possible in and around the town of Paradise through 9 p.m. Sunday.
Butte County Sues PG&E Over Camp FireButte County, where the deadly Camp Fire killed 86 people and destroyed the town of Paradise last year, has sued Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
PG&E CEO Steps Down Amid Potential Bankruptcy PreparationPG&E is searching for a new CEO after Geisha Williams stepped down from her position, the company announced on Sunday.
California's Camp Fire 'The World's Costliest Natural Disaster Of 2018'Northern California's historic wildfire that destroyed the town of Paradise and threatens to bankrupt PG&E, has been deemed the world’s costliest single natural disaster of 2018.
S&P Slashes PG&E Rating To Junk StatusS&P slashed San Francisco-based PG&E's credit rating to junk status as the utility grapples with the political and financial fallout from costly and deadly wildfires in California.
PG&E Shares Hammered As Potential Liabilities From Wildfires MountSan Francisco-based PG&E, California's largest power company, is getting battered in midday trading on reports that it's considering bankruptcy protection.
PG&E Reportedly Eyeing Breakup, Bankruptcy In Wake Of Multiple Devastating WildfiresThe parent company of California's largest utility is assessing its finances and structure in the wake of wildfires that could expose it to billions of dollars in liability.
2018 Year-In-Review: Northern California's Year Of FireThe devastation is mind numbing -- street after street of burned out homes, lives forever disrupted, dreams turned to piles of ash.
Prosecutors: Fires May Mean PG&E Violated Criminal SentenceFederal prosecutors say a California utility's role in igniting wildfires last year could allow a judge to find that it violated terms of its criminal conviction in a deadly gas pipeline explosion.
AG: PG&E Could Face Murder Charges For Role In Deadly Camp FirePG&E could face criminal charges as serious as manslaughter or murder in the wake of the deadly Camp Fire.
Gov. Brown Grants Pardons to Couple Who Lost Home in Camp FireA woman who lost her home in California's most destructive wildfire ever says she and her husband are humbled to have received pardons from Gov. Jerry Brown for old drug crimes.