Northern California wildfire
Bankrupt, fire-starting utility guilty on all charges, agrees to maximum fine.
Fountaingrove is one of the city’s most alluring locales, but also the hardest hit by disaster.
Once again, the North Bay will be the most vulnerable in 2020.
"It’s probably going to take more people dying, or losing their homes and getting displaced, before people realize this situation is not going to go away."
Related: Nearly 30 percent of respondents say they’ve been "directly affected" by fires and blackouts.
Only 22 percent of people in the state support barring reconstruction after wildfires.
But the rebates will cover only one of the utility’s series of induced blackouts.
The original building dates to 1869.
Hundreds of thousands expected to lose power—again—starting Tuesday.
Bay Area counties will face dark times again this week.
Intentional blackouts will affect more than 2.3 million people.
Utility company stands by outages in the face of withering public opinion and gubernatorial complaint.
Company president insists that fire risks—not PG&E—are to blame for leaving millions without power.
More than a half a million people face the possibility of days without electricity.
San Francisco will keep the lights on, but utility company says other Bay Area counties face anti-fire blackout
Wildfire risk pronounced through Wednesday.
But the city council backed off on a more aggressive removal plan that prompted public outcry.
Utility warns it could turn off power for up to a week for fire threats.
Bankrupt utility feeling the heat for 2017 fire.
Governor reclassifies Paradise a "rural area" after Camp Fire.
Deal would settle stakes with cities and counties affected by fires but still leave the utility open to private suits.