Neighbors, Fire Officials Question Safety Of Exposed, Old PG&E Gas Line In Briones ParkAn exposed PG&E pipeline, that runs about 40 feet through Briones Park near Lafayette, is raising concerns among fire officials in and neighbors alike.
Sonoma Sanitation Pipeline Spews 2 Million Gallons Of Sewage Into SloughA valve malfunction led to the release of approximately 2 million gallons of untreated wastewater from a Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District pipeline.
Sioux Tribe Vows To Fight Army Approval Of Dakota Access PipelineThe Standing Rock Sioux tribe is promising a legal battle after the Army Corps of Engineers said it's clearing the way for completion of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Santa Cruz Residents Urged To Conserve After Water Pipeline DamagedSanta Cruz is facing a serious water shortage after the most recent storm damaged a main pipeline.
Easement Denied For Dakota Access Oil Pipeline By Army Corps Of EngineersThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won’t grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.
Santa Cruz Man Collecting Supplies For Dakota Access Pipeline ProtestersA Santa Cruz man’s collecting donations of warm clothes, food, goggles, and wet suits for the so-called “water protectors” working to block the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock.
Oakland Councilwoman Kaplan Heading To N. Dakota To Support Standing Rock Pipeline ProtestOakland City Councilwoman Rebecca Kaplan will spend a week at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota to support tribal rights and access to clean water.
Youth Group Fighting Dakota Access Pipeline Returns To Bay AreaA Bay Area youth group is back from joining in the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline, after traveling to North Dakota earlier this month to try to stop the pipeline construction.
'Divergent' Actress Shailene Woodley To Appear In Court For Trespass And Riot ChargesWoodley and 26 other activists were arrested Monday during a protest against the Dakota Access pipeline...
PG&E Challenging San Bruno Blast ConvictionPacific Gas and Electric is challenging its criminal conviction.
Prosecutors Will Not Seek $562 Million Fine Against PG&EFederal prosecutors in the criminal pipeline safety trial of PG&E Co. have told the judge that they are giving up seeking an enhanced fine of up to $562 million if the utility is convicted.
PG&E Engineer: Used 'Best Judgment' About Pipeline Safety TestsA senior PG&E engineer testified at the utility's criminal trial in federal court that he never knowingly violated regulations.
21,000 Gallons Of Oil Spilled In Pipeline Rupture Near TracyHazardous materials crews are cleaning up as many as 21,000 gallons of oil after a pipeline rupture in San Joaquin County near Tracy.
1.5-Ton PG&E Pipeline From San Bruno Blast Won't Be On Display For JurorsJudge rules prosecutors can't bring an exploded PG&E pipeline from the San Bruno explosion to a street near the courthouse to show jurors.
Five Years After Blast, San Bruno Mayor Demands Greater Accountability From PG&E, CPUCFive years after the San Bruno pipeline disaster, the city’s Crestmoor neighborhood is rebuilding, Mayor Jim Ruane said Wednesday.