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.

Regulators Impose New Oversight on PG&E After Utility Falls Short on Wildfire Safety Work

Sonoma County Files Criminal Charges Against PG&E for Starting 2019 Kincade Fire

'Homer Simpson Move’ by PG&E Was ‘Final Tipping Point’ Into California's Second Evening of Rolling Blackouts Last Summer

How Incentives California Regulators Give to Utilities Can Leave the Power Grid More Vulnerable

Downed power line

California Utilities to Spend Billions to Cut Wildfire Risk

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The Year in Cartoons

PG&E Bankruptcy Yields $700 Million Fee Bonanza

A plume of smoke rises above the Camp Fire as it moves through the area on November 8, 2018 in Paradise, California.

Why Doesn't PG&E Bury the Power Lines to Prevent Wildfires?

Jones Day Law Firm Under Scrutiny for Helping Trump — Played Critical Role in Outcome of PG&E Bankruptcy

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