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  • PG&E Pays $1.6M to help Cover Canal Break Costs to Water Agencies

    PG&E Pays $1.6M to help Cover Canal Break Costs to Water Agencies
    PG&E will pay two Northern California water agencies $1.6 million to help cover additional costs because of a canal collapse last month. Placer County Water Agency and Nevada Irrigation District asked the utility company for financial help after the...
  • PG&E wants Diablo Canyon nuclear plant's relicensing to be delayed for seismic testing

     
    Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has asked federal authorities to delay the license renewal proceedings for its Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant until more thorough seismic testing of the area around the plant can be performed. In the wake of......
  • More Than 5,000 Residents Lose Power In Lincoln

    More Than 5,000 Residents Lose Power In Lincoln
    Several thousand Lincoln residents have lost power in the middle of the Sunday storm. The PG&E website reports there are seven outages in the area affecting more than 5,000 customers. The cause of the outage is unkown, as well as any estimate on time of...
  • Family: We Had No Power For Eight Days

    Family: We Had No Power For Eight Days
    After last weekends Sierra storm, PG&E has restored power to the few remaining customers in the foothills left without electricity. Sandy Lewis, of Nevada City, and her family say they didn't have power for eight days. "It was like, if it's going to...
  • Thousands of People Without Power In The Foothills For Four Straight Days

    Thousands of People Without Power In The Foothills For Four Straight Days
    Power crews were working around the clock Monday night to restore power to more than five thousand homes and businesses in Nevada County. The power went out last weekend when a storm dropped several feet of heavy, wet snow in the foothills. Trees...
  • Thousands of Residents in the Sierra, Foothills Without Power

    Thousands of Residents in the Sierra, Foothills Without Power
    At least 22,000 customers are without power in the Sierra Foothills due to a winter storm that slammed Northern California this weekend. PG&E is reporting that there are 290 outages in the Sierra Foothills Region and that it is the hardest hit region for...
  • Storm Causes Thousands In Foothill Communities To Lose Power

    Storm Causes Thousands In Foothill Communities To Lose Power
    The power was flickering off and on for a third straight night in the Sierra foothills. From Grass Valley to Nevada City and Pollock Pines thousands are without power and it could be days before that changes. "It was 9:40 at night but it was daylight....
  • November Storm Leaves Thousands Of Valley And Foothill Residents Without Power

    November Storm Leaves Thousands Of Valley And Foothill Residents Without Power
    The greater Sacramento region and the Sierra Foothills are being pounded by the November Storm. A PG&E spokeswoman tells FOX40 this storm has caused several power outages in the area. Almost 3,000 Foothill residents have lost power since Saturday...
  • Board Members Vote To Close Harmon Johnson Elementary Over Pipeline Concerns

    Board Members Vote To Close Harmon Johnson Elementary  Over Pipeline Concerns
    Twin Rivers Unified Board Members have voted to close Harmon Johnson Elementary in Sacramento after a nearby PG&E gas pipeline was found to be a safety risk for students and staff that attended the school. The district held a meeting today where they...
  • Elementary School Moved over Natural Gas Pipeline Worries

    Bureaucracy never moved so fast. By a 5 to 2 vote the Twin Rivers School board agreed to move an entire school; 500 students and 30 staff members. But it won't happen overnight; students are teachers are going to have to return to Harmon Johnson...
  • District to Consider Closing School Near Dangerous Pipeline

    District to Consider Closing School Near Dangerous Pipeline
    The Twin Rivers Unified School Board will meet Thursday to discuss closing Harmon Johnson Elementary School. A report released after the San Bruno pipeline explosion found that one of PG&E's top 100 high priority pipelines is located near the school on...