PG&E Unlikely To Go Bankrupt Because Of WildfiresShares of California electric company PG&E soared Friday on new hopes that the company won't have to go bankrupt if it is found to be liable for the massive Camp Fire.
PG&E Stock Plummets In Days After Camp FireWhile the cause of the Camp Fire remains under investigation, PG&E stock took a huge hit Wednesday on Wall Street.
PG&E Could Be In Big Financial Trouble If It's Found Liable For Camp FireIf California electric utility PG&E is responsible for California's wildfires, it may not be able to afford the payouts it would owe.
Camp Fire Victims Suing PG&E Over Deadly WildfirePeople who lost homes in California's deadliest and most destructive wildfire sued Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Tuesday, accusing the utility of negligence and blaming it for the fire.
PG&E Emailed Woman About Spark Problems One Day Before Camp FireIt's still not clear what caused the massive fire that started Thursday, killing at least 29 people and destroying the town of Paradise.
PG&E Could Be to Blame For Sparking Camp Fire In Butte CountyPG&E has been at fault for several deadly wildfires across the state, and now the company may also be to blame for the Camp Fire.
PG&E Notifying Customers In Northern California Of Possible Power Shut-OffsHigh fire danger in northern California has prompted PG&E to notify about 70,000 customers about possible outages. In a statement Thursday, it says it may proactively turn off power in order to avoid the threat of wildfires from sparking power lines.
PG&E Warns 70,000 Customers It May Cut Off Power Early Thursday MorningManagers are worried they may have to go dark again if PG&E cuts power again on Thursday morning.
PG&E Faces $1 Million Fine For Yuba City Explosion That Destroyed HomeThe California Public Utilities Commission announced the fine over a 2017 gas pipeline explosion that leveled a Yuba City home and sent two people to the hospital.
Many Questioning PG&E Decision To Intentionally Cut Power To 60,000After some residents were left without power for roughly 48 hours, many are questioning the rationale behind PG&E's decision to intentionally cut power to customers.
PG&E: All Power Restored After Planned Outages Over Wildfire RiskCustomers have complained about oxygen tanks shutting down, generators selling out, and food spoiling. PG&E says it doesn't plan to reimburse customers for their losses.
Thousands Still Without Power After PG&E Preemptive MovePG&E cut the electricity to customers in the Sierra foothills and across 12 counties over fears that high winds could fuel a firestorm.