PG&E Found Guilty of Obstruction of Justice in Deadly San Bruno Blast
Pacific Gas and Electric is guilty of obstructing a federal investigation and violating national pipeline safety laws related to the deadly pipeline explosion in San Bruno six years ago. So says a federal jury in a verdict handed down on Tuesday.
UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi Resigns After Stormy 7-Year Tenure
The University of California says it'll start searching for a new UC Davis chancellor as soon as possible. The announcement comes after the campus' embattled leader Linda Katehi resigned on Tuesday.
State's Largest Women's Prisons Face Questions of Abuse After Wardens Retire
The wardens from California's two largest women's prisons stepped down last week. The abrupt departures come amid allegations of rampant inmate abuse at the Central California Women's Facility in Chowchilla and a spike of suicides at the California Institution for Women in Corona. Many of the cases were uncovered by the Prison Law Office, a non-profit legal aid group based in Berkeley. We talk with its director, Don Specter.