PG&E Blackout Plan May Affect Homes Not In High-Risk Fire ZonesYou could be at risk of losing power, even if you don't live in a high-fire-risk zone. 
After Camp Fire, PG&E Customers Are Concerned About Rate HikesPG&E just had a $3.50/month rate increase approved in April. The utility is asking for another $22/month increase next, to cover wildfire safety.
PG&E Is Responsible For The Camp Fire — How Will This Affect Ratepayers?Generally speaking, if a utility is found to be negligent, they can't pass that debt on to ratepayers.
CALFIRE: Spring Storms Create Perfect Time To Prepare For WildfiresStorms are headed to the Sacramento area and local firefighters say this is the perfect time to make sure you and your family are prepared for wildfires.
Governor Newsom Won't Block Building In High-Fire AreasA desire to live near nature is embedded in California's ethos, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday as he explained why he doesn't want to block home building near forested areas at high risk for wildfires.
Gov. Newsom Lays Out Plan To Deal With Wildfire CostsThe future of wildfires in California was a big topic Friday as Governor Gavin Newsom laid out a plan to deal with fires.
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. 
Firefighters Looking To Artificial Intelligence Technology To Help Fight WildfiresIt turns out, the future of firefighting includes a whole lot of artificial intelligence.
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.
California Seeks Faster Forestry Approvals In Wildfire FightCalifornia wildland managers said Tuesday that they want to speed up logging and prescribed burns designed to slow wildfires that have devastated communities in recent years.
Are Wildfires Making California Uninsurable?Insurance claims for this year's California wildfires have topped $9 billion. Now there is a concern that insurance companies could stop insuring Californians.