PG&E Co. was convicted by a federal jury in San Francisco Tuesday of five counts of pipeline safety law violations.
A prosecutor told a federal jury in San Francisco Tuesday that PG&E “made a decision to maximize profits instead of prioritizing safety.”
A criminal trial against PG&E in which the utility faces pipeline safety violation charges began Friday morning in San Francisco.
San Bruno Mayor Jim Ruane on Thursday called for the resignation or removal of California Public Utilities Commission member Mike Florio.
San Bruno officials announced Tuesday they support a proposed increased $1.6 billion penalty and fine for PG&E .
PG&E Co. Monday made public 12 new sets of email messages that it said appear to show violations of rules.
California Public Utilities Commissioner Mike Florio announced Wednesday he would recuse himself from proceedings involving PG&E.
PG&E released a second batch of private emails between its staff and the California Public Utilities Commission Monday.
San Bruno Mayor Jim Ruane said he expects to have repairs in his community mostly completed by next year.
Eight people were killed and 66 injured in an explosion that leveled part of a San Bruno neighborhood in 2010.
PG&E Co. pleaded not guilty in federal court in San Francisco today to 28 criminal counts.