Outage Leaves Thousands Without Power In OakleyThousands of homes and businesses were without power in Oakley on Monday night.
After Deadly Wildfires, PG&E's Bankruptcy Promises Falling FlatPromises made by CEO Patricia “Patti" Poppe in her first letter to shareholders are ringing hollow a year after PG&E emerged from one of the most complex bankruptcy cases in U.S. history.
PG&E Seeks $3.6 Billion In Rate Hikes For Wildfire SafetyPacific Gas & Electric asked regulators Wednesday to grant a $3.6 billion rate hike to help it pay for hardening its power systems to prevent deadly wildfires.
PG&E Burying Power Lines In High-Fire Zones To Keep The Lights On In Severe WeatherPG&E is working on burying power lines underground to minimize the impact of shut-offs during severe weather conditions.
Crews Cap Morgan Hill Gas Leak That Prompted EvacuationsPG&E crews have capped a natural gas leak in a residential neighborhood near the southwestern corner of Morgan Hill, according to Cal Fire officials.
UPDATE: PG&E Avoids Planned Rotating Outages Thursday as Bay Area Cooks in Record Heat WaveAs the clock ticked past 9 p.m. Thursday, Pacific Gas and Electric customers who had been warned earlier in the evening to anticipate possible rotating power outages could breathe a little easier -- and keep their air conditioners humming -- as the region sweltered under a record heat wave.
Hundreds Of SF Homes, Businesses Without Power In SOMA, Mission BayHundreds of residents in San Francisco's South of Market and Mission Bay neighborhoods were without power Tuesday evening.
UPDATE: Hundreds Without Power In PiedmontA power outage in the East Bay left thousands of PG&E customers ​in the dark, Monday night.
PG&E Vault Fire in San Rafael Cuts Power to ThousandsAn electrical fire at a PG&E utility vault has cut power to about 3,000 customers in San Rafael Sunday afternoon, according to reports received by the KPIX newsroom.
UPDATE: SF Power Outage Leaves Hundreds In Financial District In The DarkA power outage in San Francisco has left hundreds of homes and businesses in the Financial District in the dark.
PG&E Fined $106 Million For Violating Guidelines During Public Safety Power ShutoffsThe California Public Utilities Commission issued a $106 million penalty for Pacific Gas & Electric Co. for violating safety guidelines during three power shutoffs held in the fall of 2019.