PG&E To Plead Guilty To 84 Deaths From Camp FirePacific Gas & Electric is expected to plead guilty to 84 felony counts of involuntary manslaughter during a court hearing in which the nation's largest utility will be confronted with its history of neglect and greed that culminated in a wildfire that wiped out most of a Northern California town.
PG&E Drops Plan To Pay Camp Fire Fine From $13.5B Fund For Wildfire VictimsPG&E says it has given up a controversial plan to pay a $4 million criminal fine to Butte County out of a proposed $13.5 billion trust to compensate wildfire victims.
PG&E Agrees To Plead Guilty To 84 Counts Of Involuntary Manslaughter For Camp Fire DeathsPacific Gas & Electric announced a proposed settlement with Butte County on Monday over the deadly 2018 Camp Fire.
Study: Heart Issues In Cats After Wildfires Could Provide Insight In Human HealthA new study released by UC Davis looks at the impacts of wildfires on cat health after their veterinary team treated dozens of cats during recent California wildfires, including the Camp Fire.
Report: Death Toll In Camp Fire Likely Includes 50 More PeopleDoctors and other experts say at least 50 more people, many of them elderly or ill, likely died as a result of the 2018 wildfire that devastated the town of Paradise, California, but were not counted in the official death toll, an investigation by the Chico Enterprise-Record found.
'Rebuilding Paradise' Documents Aftermath Of The Camp Fire“It's the story of a community, not the story of a fire," Director Ron Howard said in an interview. “It's a story of a very cruel test.”
California Lawmaker Demands Probe Of PG&E's Chief RegulatorA state lawmaker is demanding an extensive review of the CPUC to determine whether regulators' lax oversight enabled neglect at PG&E that triggered catastrophic wildfires.
As Wildfires Get Worse, Smoke Spreads, Stokes Health WorriesFirst came the flames, a raging firestorm propelled by 50 mph (80 kph) wind gusts that incinerated Kelsey Norton's house and killed 85 people in her community.
Financial Tug-Of-War Emerges Over Fire Victims' SettlementA financial tug-of-war is emerging over the $13.5 billion that the nation's largest utility has agreed to pay to victims of recent California wildfires, as government agencies jockey for more than half the money to cover the costs of their response to the catastrophes.
Deadline To Fire Fire Claims Against PG&E Is TuesdayThe deadline to file a fire claim against PG&E is Tuesday at 5 p.m. 
Salvation Army Yuba-Sutter Welcomes First Camp Fire Survivors Into New Temporary HousingThe Salvation Army finished building the new eight fully-furnished 1,000 square foot homes for Camp Fire survivors in time to get families in before the holidays.