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PG&E transmission line towers on the Caribou-Palermo line are seen adjacent to the Feather River in Butte County, near the spot where the Camp Fire began. In February, PG&E said it's "probable" that its equipment caused the blaze, the deadliest and most destructive in modern California history. Cal Fire investigators later confirmed that to be the case.

PG&E Exits Federal Probation Despite What Judge Calls Five-Year 'Crime Spree'

Two people embrace in front of scorched ruins and look away from the camera.

'Sharks Are Circling Again': With Wildfires Come Lawyers, and Previous Survivors Have a Warning

billowing pyrocumulus cloud

PG&E Power Line May Have Sparked Dixie Fire, Near Where Its Equipment Started State's Deadliest Blaze

A Year After PG&E Left Bankruptcy, Spending by Fire Victim Trust Remains a Mystery

Frustration and Tears as Camp Fire Survivors Protest PG&E Fire Trust

A Mark Fiore cartoon highlighting the outrageous $1,500 hourly rate of John Trotter, trustee of the PG&E Fire Victim Trust. Titled "Untrustworthy."

Under Fire, Overpaid

Cascade of Outrage Follows Investigation Into PG&E Fire Victim Trust Expenses

burned remnants of Cook family home in Paradise

Survivors Stuck in Limbo as PG&E Fire Victim Trust Pays Out $50 Million in Fees

Two Years After Camp Fire Destroyed Paradise, Victims Are Still Wrangling With Insurers