upper waypoint

More Troubles for PG&E

Save ArticleSave Article
Failed to save article

Please try again

PG&E said an outage on a transmission line occurred 14 minutes before the reported start of the Camp Fire — and now Butte County residents are suing.

The utility company's stock fell 30 percent Wednesday after it announced insurance coverage would not be enough to cover costs associated with the tragic wildfire, were PG&E to be found liable.

The cause of the raging inferno that destroyed nearly all of the town of Paradise is still under investigation.

Cal Fire investigators determined that PG&E equipment was responsible for 16 of the North Bay fires in 2017.

Sponsored

lower waypoint
next waypoint
The Tech Employees Who Want to Sever Silicon Valley’s Deep Ties With IsraelUC Academic Workers’ Strike is Limited to Santa Cruz So Far. Here’s WhyEighth-Grader's Call to 911 About Teacher's Outburst Causes StirFire Burns Home of SF Dog Walker Targeted by Racist ThreatsHere’s Why KQED Is Latest Public Media Outlet to Face LayoffsState Senate Minority Leader On How The GOP Can Be Relevant Again In CaliforniaHalf Moon Bay Farm Where Mass Shooting Took Place Settles Workplace Violations For More Than $400,000UC Santa Cruz Academic Workers Strike in Support of Pro-Palestinian ProtestersPeskin Ballot Measure Aims to Pay Rent for Thousands of Low-Income Households in SFPro-Palestinian Activists Protest Nancy Pelosi, One Arrested at Harvard Club Event in SF