3 Arrested In San Bruno On Hate Crime, Kidnapping ChargesAuthorities in have arrested three people on suspicion of tying up, assaulting and yelling racial slurs at a black teenager after they found him with a female relative at their San Bruno home.
Police Say Relatives Never Warned About YouTube ShooterPolice also said that Nasim Aghdam, who wounded three people before killing herself, had visited a gun range before Tuesday's attack.
Why Female Shooters Are RareWomen are rarely behind active shooting incidents, according to data from an FBI study.
Cat Burglars: Robbers Break Into California Home, Steal A CatA pair of robbers in Northern California has given new meaning to the term cat burglars.
Prosecutors Can't Show Exploded San Bruno Pipeline At Pipeline Safety TrialPG&E had sought to block any reference to the San Bruno blast, but the judge said it was "unquestionably relevant" to the charges in the case.
Audit: 5 Years After Deadly San Bruno Blast, Gas Pipelines Still Lack Proper OversightIn the years since the blast, "frequent management changes, shifting priorities and reactive responses to internal and external recommendations ... led to a loss of focus, lack of clear direction, loss of trust in leadership, and unacceptable work backlogs," auditors said.
Regulator: Pacific Gas & Electric May Be Too Large To Operate SafelyPicker, in his statement, cited what he said were rising numbers of state safety citations against PG&E's natural gas operations and said it appeared the utility, with $1.6 billion in earnings in 2014, was able to shrug off financial penalties.
PG&E Pleads Not Guilty To Charges In Deadly Blast Pacific Gas & Electric Co. pleaded not guilty Monday to charges in a new indictment that accuses the utility of lying to federal investigators looking into a fatal pipeline explosion in a San Francisco Bay Area neighborhood.
PG&E Accused Of Lying To Regulators During San Bruno Pipeline Blast InvestigationThe U.S. attorney in San Francisco announced the obstruction of justice charge and 27 related counts Tuesday. The new indictment replaces a previous indictment that contained 12 counts, but not obstruction.
PG&E Faces Federal Criminal Charges in Deadly San Bruno Pipeline BlastThe indictment filed Tuesday charges the utility with 12 felonies and accuses the company of violating numerous federal pipeline safety laws.
PG&E: Federal Charges Likely In Deadly 2010 San Bruno Pipeline BlastThe blast killed eight people, injured dozens of others and sparked a fireball that laid waste to 38 homes in the bedroom community that still bears scars from the accident.
Bicyclist Pleads Guilty To Vehicular Manslaughter For Running Down PedestrianA bicyclist pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter after running down a 71-year-old pedestrian in what San Francisco's top prosecutor said Tuesday appeared to be the first such conviction of its kind in the nation.
Calif. Agency Says PG&E Should Pay $2.25B For BlastThe California agency investigating the deadly 2010 gas pipeline explosion in a San Francisco Bay Area neighborhood recommended Monday that Pacific Gas & Electric Co. pay a $2.25 billion fine for its negligence leading up to the blast.
Gas Pipe Breaks In San Bruno, Site Of Massive 2010 ExplosionA 2-inch plastic gas pipe ruptured Thursday in the same San Francisco suburb where a pipeline explosion killed eight people in 2010, prompting more than a dozen homes to be briefly evacuated.
239 PG&E Gas Pipelines Are At Risk Of BreakingPacific Gas and Electric Co. says more than 200 of its gas pipelines are in danger of a failure similar to the deadly 2010 explosion in the San Francisco suburb of San Bruno.