Top Stories

Sacramento's Latest News


Thousands Of PG&E Customers In The Dark As Power Shut Offs Continue

California Utility PG&E Cuts Power To Over 450,000 Residents Amid Wildfire Threat

Photo: Getty Images North America

Thousands of PG&E customers are in the dark this morning as power shut offs continue due to critical fire weather.

The utility's latest public safety power shutoff is impacting 25,000 homes and businesses across portions of over 20 counties. PG&E's Megan McFarland says customers should have power as early as this afternoon. People living on the western side of the Central Valley, including rural areas of Coalinga, Avenal and Los Banos, remain under the planned outage. Some customers are also experiencing outages that were not part of the PG&E public safety power shutoffs.

Regions experiencing public safety shutoffs should expect to be without power until at least 10 pm. Click here to find the latest information on outages near you.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content