PG&E says their controversial power shutoffs are still in effect for 245,000 customers. Yesterday PG&E CEO Bill Johnson made his first public appearance since the utility started saying it would cut power earlier this week. PG&E's been criticized for powering down such a vast portion of its grid, and for failing to keep residents informed. PG&E's website has been down for much of this week for many customers.
PG&E CEO Responds To Rampant Criticism
A PG&E truck sits in Paradise on Oct. 8, 2019. (Stephanie Lister/KQED)
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