More than 18,000 SMUD customers were without power on Saturday morning because of a fire in Sacramento County.
Most residential customers in California will see their electricity bills increase.
Big energy users are set to get a break on electricity while more efficient consumers will see their bills rise under a proposal being considered by California regulators.
As the drought drags on, the chances for destructive wildfires increase by the day. Crews are taking to the air looking for to help keep the fire danger to a minimum.
Thousands of PG&E customers in Stockton were without power Monday after a truck hit a power pole.
Bonnie Puleo was getting ready for bed, when suddenly the lights went out throughout her house. But everyone else in the neighborhood still had power. Her husband went outside to find someone had shut off their electricity at the breaker box.
Downtown residents may be a little late for work this morning after the power went out in downtown Sacramento overnight.
Hundreds of people across the Sacramento Valley woke up this morning without power.
Michael Shaw thought he did everything right. “We’ve ordered stuff here and it has never showed up,” Shaw said of his house, once an Amador County beauty shop, along Hilltop Road. “It’s a very random, […]
Power is back on Monday after hundreds of people in Rancho Cordova were left in the dark overnight.
A power outage in one Sacramento neighborhood left hundreds in the dark on Tuesday. There were 400 people left without power in the area of Bailey Way just prior to 5 a.m.
PG&E Corp.’s earnings climbed 9 percent in the second quarter, as a revenue boost from two rate case settlements offset costs related to last year’s San Bruno gas pipeline explosion.