The Next Big Wildfire Could Mean Skyrocketing Rates For PG&E CustomersThe next big wildfire could mean more than major destruction to the communities in its path. Its costs could be felt by homeowners hundreds of miles away.
PG&E Names New CEO, Board Members Amid Bankruptcy ProceedingThe troubled California utility Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. named a new chief executive and board members Wednesday amid a bankruptcy proceeding.
California Eyes Risk Pool As It Struggles With Costly Fires Officials were struggling Wednesday to find ways for homeowners to afford insurance in fire-prone areas of California .
DAs Will Not File Criminal Charges Against PG&E For Oct. 2017 NorCal Wildfires The District Attorneys for Sonoma, Napa, Humboldt, and Lake Counties announced that no criminal charges will be filed against PG&E for the October 2017 Northern California wildfires.
Lawmakers Could Decide PG&E Rate Increases, Not Public Utilities CommissionPG&E will not be allowed to raise customer rates before getting permission from the Legislature if a new bill gets signed into law.
PG&E Cancels $130 Million In Bonuses For Employees Amid Costly FiresPG&E announced they have canceled $130 million in bonus money to thousands of their employees Friday.
Thousands Still Without Power In El Dorado County Ahead Of Next StormsThousands of people still without power more than a week since the last round of storms hit.
Foothills Weather: 9,000 Still Without PowerBetween PG&E's Sierra and Stockton Divisions, nearly 20,000 homes are still without power.
11,000 PG&E Customers Without Power In Foothills, Sierra After StormsThousands of people are still in the dark Wednesday after losing power because of the recent storms.
Utility Regulator Considering Public Takeover Of PG&E Amid Growing ProtestsThe damages added to the utility giant's multi-billion dollar debt, prompting its second bankruptcy filing since 2001, and forcing a critical choice for the state.
Roughly 1,000 Lawsuits Filed Demanding PG&E Pay For Wildfire DamagesButte County cites PG&E for the same Nov. 8 fire that destroyed parks, schools and myriad other public property and amenities.
PG&E, Utility Companies, May Need To Move Or Bury Transmission Lines And EquipmentPG&E and other electric utility companies operating in California may need to move their transmission lines and equipment out of fire zones or put the lines underground if a new state bill becomes law.
PG&E Headed Back To Court Wednesday Over Wildfires Pacific Gas & Electric Co. will be back in a U.S. courtroom a day after declaring bankruptcy, as it tries to convince a judge not to order dramatic steps to try to prevent its equipment from causing more wildfires.
What Does PG&E Filing For Bankruptcy Mean For Its 16 Million Customers And Camp Fire Victims?PG&E, which is worth $71 billion, is trying to protect itself from as much as $60 billion in lawsuits from the Nov. 8 Camp Fire in Butte County.
PG&E Will File For Bankruptcy And Get $5.5 Billion In Loans To OperateThe California Public Utilities Commission approved the loans in an emergency meeting, one senator calling it the "easy way out."