At Montclair Florist, the outage led to spoiled product and no phone or online orders, the bulk of the business.
Two major tunnels on state highways in the San Francisco Bay Area remain open early Wednesday morning after Caltrans officials initially warned they might close due to the PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff.
There are 20-minute delays Wednesday morning on BART's Antioch line in both directions due to a power problem on the tracks, according to the transit agency.
After three consecutive horrendous fire years, there is an important shift going on this year in firefighting efforts. KTVU’s Tom Vacar reports Cal Fire, Contra Costa Fire, Orinda-Moraga Fire, East Bay Parks, East Bay MUD, Lawrence Berkeley Lab and many others mean to keep their hills firestorm free.
There's still a week left in January, but so far, water officials are telling us there is no need to consider any of the water use restrictions that we saw during the drought years. Jana Katsuyama reports from Orinda.
Flames and smoke created quite a scene alongside Highway 24 in Orinda on Monday, across the road from where it started. Fire officials said it wasn't a large fire, but one that serves as a good fire season reminder and wake-up call.
Firefighters battled a grass fire on Highway 24 in Orinda, prompting a huge traffic back-up for motorists in the area.
Residents in Orinda are at odds over how to repair a sinkhole. Tom Vacar reports.
Wind and rain have taken their toll around the Bay Area in recent weeks. In Orinda, drivers can't help but notice a leaning PG&E transmission tower. It happened because of a landslide in an unfortunate spot.
Contra Costa County building inspectors red-tagged a home in Orinda, determining it was unsafe to inhabit.
Investigators were seen entering and exiting the home although it was not immediately clear what officers were searching for. Henry Lee reports.