PG&E Bankruptcy: How We Got HerePG&E Bankruptcy: How We Got Here

KQED has been providing comprehensive coverage of the massive utility's ongoing woes, from fallout after the fatal San Bruno gas pipeline explosion of 2010 to the Camp Fire, the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in modern California history.

Pacific Gas and Electric filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2019, the company's second bankruptcy.

'Unacceptable, Egregious:' Lawmakers Seek Probe of PG&E Fire Victim Trust

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

Investigating High Risk Power Lines

As Wildfire Survivors Await Settlement, Fire Victim Trust Spends $51 Million

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

Help Us Investigate PG&E’s Power Lines

The PG&E Fire Victim Trust Owes Billions to Survivors — and Most Are Still Waiting

A Mark Fiore cartoon about the PG&E Fire Victim Trust that is charged with distributing money to fire victims. The cartoon shows a huge pile of money and a trustee making $1500 an hour balancing over the heads of destroyed homes with people standing down below looking upwards. The caption says, "overhead."

Burning Through the Bucks

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