SACRAMENTO, Calif. California Governor Gavin Newsom said on Tuesday he would scale back massive water and rail projects pushed by his predecessor and had assembled a team of lawyers to protect wildfire victims and ratepayers as utility PG&E enters bankruptcy proceedings. | Video
SACRAMENTO, Calif. California utility PG&E Corp plans to increase the controversial practice of shutting off the power to communities at risk of wildfire when dangerous conditions such as high winds and dry heat are present.
Grammy-nominated Atlanta-based rapper 21 Savage was arrested on Sunday by U.S. immigration officials, who said he was illegally in the country and a convicted felon. | Video
Feb 3 Grammy-nominated Atlanta-based rapper 21
Savage was arrested by U.S. immigration officials on Sunday, who
said he was illegally in the country and a convicted felon.
SACRAMENTO, Jan 29 PG&E Corp, owner of
the largest U.S. power utility, filed for bankruptcy protection
on Tuesday in anticipation of liabilities in excess of $30
billion from the deadliest wildfires in California's history.
SACRAMENTO PG&E Corp, owner of the largest U.S. power utility, filed for bankruptcy protection on Tuesday in anticipation of liabilities in excess of $30 billion from the deadliest wildfires in California's history. | Video
SACRAMENTO, Calif./NEW YORK The deadliest and most destructive California wildfires in a century caused insurers more than $11.4 billion in losses, the state's insurance regulator said Monday.
California fire investigators on Thursday concluded that a major 2017 wildfire was caused by privately owned electrical equipment, prompting the state's new governor to estimate that PG&E Corp's potential wildfire liabilities could be almost cut in half.
LOS ANGELES Los Angeles teacher Natali Escobedo says she will never forget the image of a diabetic fourth-grader “wilting” at her school because there was no nurse on hand to administer his insulin.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. PG&E Corp's announcement that it will file for bankruptcy, citing massive potential liability from deadly wildfires, puts California politicians in quandary, whether to offer a bailout or risk allowing the state's largest private utility to fail.