PG&E Agrees To Pay $1 Billion To Governments For Wildfire DamagePG&E has agreed to pay $1 billion to local governments for their losses from wildfires dating back to 2015. Those payments will be included in the utility's Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan once it's finalized.
Marin Business Owners Concerned About PG&E Power ShutoffsPG&E has not shut off power in Marin in light of extreme weather yet, but many believe it is inevitable because parts of the county are considered high risk for wildfires.
New PG&E Power Outages Reported In San Francisco, LafayetteThe day after thousands of Bay Area residents lost electricity during Tuesday's blazing hot spell, two new PG&E outages were being reported Wednesday afternoon.
PG&E Restores Power To Thousands Of Bay Area Homes, BusinessesPower was restored to nearly 7,000 Palo Alto residents and hundreds more in Lafayette who were experiencing a power outages in sweltering heat, on Monday.
North Bay Residents Grapple With Daylong Power OutagesPG&E turned electricity off around 6 a.m. to 1,600 customers in parts Napa, Solano and Yolo counties to guard against wildfires as the weather turned very windy, dry and hot.
PG&E Proactively Cuts Power Because of Hot Weather Pacific Gas & Electric says it is ending proactive power shutdowns in three Northern California counties that were implemented to guard against wildfires during windy, dry and hot weather.
PG&E Shuts Power to Some to Lower Wildfire RisksPacific Gas & Electric said it will shut off power Saturday to about 1,600 customers in eastern Napa County near Lake Berryessa and may do the same for thousands more to reduce the risk of wildfires.
PG&E's New Weather Stations, Hi-Def Cameras Will Monitor High Fire-Threat Areas 24/7By the end of 2019, PG&E plans to have 600 weather stations and 100 high-definition cameras in high fire-threat areas.
Gas Leak Shuts Down El Camino Real In Santa ClaraPG&E officials have contained a gas leak that closed off El Camino Real at Monroe Street on Monday afternoon.
CPUC Announces Public Meetings On PG&E $2 Billion Rate Increase RequestThe California Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday announced a series of public meetings in July to obtain comment on PG&E Co.'s request to charge customers nearly $2 billion more in the next three years to help pay for wildfire safety improvements and other costs.
Residents Lose Fight To Keep Large Redwood Tree In Martinez NeighborhoodA beloved redwood tree in Martinez had to be cut down because of its proximity to power lines, but neighbors did not want to let it go without a fight.
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.
PG&E's Fire Prevention Plan Could Cut Power In Major Bay Area CitiesRolling power outages from San Francisco to San Jose are a possibility this wildfire season, according to PG&E.
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.
San Francisco Gets OK To Fight PG&E Over Hetch Hetchy Power Delivery ChargesA judge on Thursday allowed San Francisco to renew its stalled legal fight with Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. over power delivery costs.