Decommissioned PG&E Pipeline Damages Boats In DeltaPG&E is drowning in controversy over a long-buried gas line that floated to the surface near Mildred Island, damaging some boats.
Push To Flood The Foothills With Business After Multiple Power ShutoffsMany flocked to the foothills to help small businesses recoup their losses from the PG&E power shutoffs.
California Seeks Quick Fix To PG&E Bankruptcy CaseCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday that he wants to speed up the troubled Pacific Gas & Electric bankruptcy case so the company can be restructured in time for next year's wildfire season.
PG&E Asks Customers Frustrated By Power Shutoffs Not To Target Its EmployeesSome PG&E employees have received death threats in response to the shutoffs, PG&E CEO Bill Johnson said Wednesday.
Vulture Causes Blackout At Ione Elementary, Just After PG&E Restored Power From Public Safety ShutoffAn Amador County school just can't catch a break when it comes to power. Just moments after PG&E turned the lights back on at Ione Elementary, they lost it again.
PG&E Says Approx. 1,400 Customers Still In The Dark Following Oct. 29 PSPSPG&E announced Thursday evening that they have restored power to approximately 1,400 customers affected by the October 29 public safety power shutoffs.
Safety Tips For Operating Gas GeneratorsA portable generator is to blame for a recent fire that destroyed a Pollock Pines home during the Public Safety Power Shutoff.  The gas generator was running in place of PG&E-supplied power.
Generator Blamed For Sparking House Fire During PG&E ShutoffFire Chief Lloyd Ogan says the PG&E power shutoffs are increasing some fire risks in his community and increasing his district's calls for service.
Auburn Restaurants Say They Can't Sustain Business Without Costly Additions If Shutoffs ContinueAuburn restaurant owners want something to be done to stop other possible shutoffs regardless of their individual situations. 
What You Should Know About Your Reimbursement For The PG&E Oct. 9 Power ShutoffPG&E announced Tuesday that it will credit customers affected by the Oct. 9 Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS). This move comes after Governor Gavin Newsom requested action from the company because of its poor handling of the shutoff that affected 738 residential and business customers, or over 1 million people. 
PG&E To Give $100 Credit To Residential Customers, But Only For Oct. 9 Power ShutoffAfter a request from the state's leader, PG&E on Tuesday said it will credit customers for a power shutoff earlier this month.
Could GPS-Tracked Sex Offenders Go Unmonitored During Power Shutoffs?The PG&E power shutoffs are raising new concerns: Could violent offenders on GPS tracking devices take advantage of the outages?
Schools Announce Closures Due To Power Outages WednesdayAs more 400,000 PG&E customers remain without power across Northern California, several school districts announced closures for Wednesday. 
PG&E Considers Credits After Oct. 9 OutagePacific Gas & Electric says it is exploring giving credits to Northern California customers affected by an Oct. 9 power shut-off intended to prevent strong winds from damaging equipment and sparking fires.
Residents Without Power Trying To Stay Warm During ShutoffsAs it starts to get colder this fall, some are worried about staying warm during the power outages.