PG&E reaches bankruptcy deal with California governor

Pacific Gas & Electric and California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a deal Friday that removes one of the last hurdles for the nation’s largest utility to emerge from a bankruptcy triggered by its massive liabilities from wildfires.

PG&E says it has settled one battle involving wildfire fund

Pacific Gas & Electric told a federal bankruptcy judge Tuesday that it has settled a dispute with disaster-relief agencies that threatened to siphon money away from a $13.5 billion fund earmarked for victims of catastrophic wildfires in California caused by the nation’s largest utility.

PG&E banking on big profits after utility leaves bankruptcy

PG&E wound up losing nearly $7.7 billion last year, widening from its previous record loss of $6.8 billion in 2018.The projections released Tuesday by PG&E envision the company rebounding this year with a profit of $454 million.

SF City Attorney announces new subpoenas in public corruption investigation

Among those served with a subpoena are San Francisco-based Pacific Gas & Electric, Webcor builders, Pankow construction, Clark construction, Recology waste services, and the nonprofits Lefty O'Doul's Foundation for Kids, the San Francisco Parks Alliance, and the San Francisco Clean City Coalition.

Victims: PG&E still has rickety power line near Paradise

Pacific Gas & Electric is still operating a rickety power line near the one that ignited a 2018 wildfire that wiped out the Northern California city of Paradise and killed 85 people, according to an expert inspection conducted as part of a legal claim.