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Tuesday, Jun 14, 2016

Jury Selection Begins in PG&E's Pipeline Safety Case

Jury Selection Begins in PG&E's Pipeline Safety Case

Pacific Gas & Electric Company lawyers and prosecutors sparred in court Tuesday as jury selection began in the federal pipeline safety and obstruction case of the company arising out of the 2010 San Bruno...

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

San Bruno Meets Over PG&E Blast Payout

San Bruno Meets Over PG&E Blast Payout

Nearly five years after a PG&E gas pipeline ruptured in San Bruno, killing eight people and destroying 38 homes, the Crestmoor area is starting to resemble a neighborhood again.

Thursday, Apr 9, 2015

CPUC Fines PG&E $1.6B After Deadly Explosion

CPUC Fines PG&E $1.6B After Deadly Explosion

The California Public Utilities Commission on Thursday voted unanimously to fine PG&E Co. $1.6 billion following a deadly 2010 blast in San Bruno - the largest penalty ever against a California utility - to be...

Thursday, Apr 9, 2015

CPUC to Decide PG&E Penalty for Explosion

CPUC to Decide PG&E Penalty for Explosion

Four and one-half years after a fatal pipeline explosion in San Bruno, the California Public Utilities Commission is set to decide in San Francisco Thursday on a penalty for PG&E Co.

Friday, Mar 13, 2015

CPUC Proposes Larger $1.6B Fine for PG&E

CPUC Proposes Larger $1.6B Fine for PG&E

California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Picker on Friday proposed increasing to $1.6 billion a penalty imposed on PG&E for safety violations related to a fatal 2010 gas pipeline explosion in San...

Wednesday, Sep 3, 2014

PG&E to Appeal $1.4B Penalty for Deadly Pipeline Explosion

PG&E to Appeal $1.4B Penalty for Deadly Pipeline Explosion

PG&E Co. announced Wednesday in San Francisco it will appeal a record $1.4 billion pipeline-safety penalty and fine to the California Public Utilities Commission.

Wednesday, Sep 3, 2014

PG&E Fined $1.4B for Deadly 2010 Gas Line Blast

PG&E Fined $1.4B for Deadly 2010 Gas Line Blast

PG&E was hit with $1.4 billion in penalties by the California Public Utilities Commission Tuesday for safety violations related to the 2010 gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno.

Monday, Aug 18, 2014

PG&E Pleads Not Guilty to Charges in Deadly Blast

PG&E Pleads Not Guilty to Charges in Deadly Blast

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has pleaded not guilty to charges in a new indictment that accuses the utility of lying to federal investigators looking into a fatal pipeline explosion in a San Francisco Bay...

Wednesday, Aug 13, 2014

Some in San Bruno Not Ready for New Home Construction

Some in San Bruno Not Ready for New Home Construction

Some survivors of the 2012 gas-pipeline explosion in San Bruno say they're not ready for new homes to be built.

Wednesday, Jul 30, 2014

PG&E Charged with Obstruction in San Bruno Blast

PG&E Charged with Obstruction in San Bruno Blast

Pacific Gas & Electric is accused of lying to federal investigators in connection with the fatal 2010 pipeline explosion that leveled a San Bruno neighborhood in 2010.

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