Listeners Angry About PG&E Power Outages

California's largest utility says as many as 2 million people will remain without power at least through Thursday as a precaution to protect against wildfires. Pacific Gas and Electric officials said Wednesday it may take days to restore power to select communities in an estimated 34 counties in the northern half of the state. That reportedly because power lines and equipment must be checked before being re-energized.

This unprecedented planned power outage to prevent sparking wildfires in dry, windy conditions has many PG&E customers angry with the utility, Governor Gavin Newsom, and state lawmakers.

CHP Investigating Possible Shooting Of PG&E Truck
CHP Investigating Possible Shooting Of PG&E Truck
The California Highway Patrol is said to be investigating a claim by a Pacific Gas & Electric worker that the company truck he was driving Tuesday on Interstate 5 in...

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