PG&E equipment may have ignited ten wildfires that broke out in 2019. The utility identified those fires in court filings stemming from the federal criminal case surrounding the 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion. On Wednesday, the company filed its latest response detailing four of the ten wildfires.
Most people at the mall in San Bruno ran away from the gunfire when shots rang out Tuesday afternoon, causing panic and at least four injures.
New details about the April 3 YouTube campus shooting were released Thursday by San Bruno police, among which indicated the shooter had inquired about a job at the company a day earlier and had fired off a pistol at a shooting range in South San Francisco that very day. Brooks Jarosz reports.
Mike Jusino was serving in the Marine Corps when he was told his cousin, Reinaldo Ortiz, had died in Vietnam. Ortiz was more like a brother than a cousin, and every year since his death, Jusino comes to the Golden Gate National Cemetery to visit him. Leigh Martinez reports.
Questions linger in the YouTube campus shooting that injured three people and left the shooter dead when she shot and killed herself. But we still don't know how Nasim Aghdam slipped onto YouTube property so easily. Debora Villalon reports.
Two victims of the shooting at YouTube have been released from the hospital while another remains hospitalized in serious condition.Cristina Rendon reports.
There are new questions about the decision-making process of Mountain View police once officers found shooting suspect Nasim Aghdam sleeping in her car in the early morning hours preceding the crime. This twist comes as many people wonder what it will take to stop a mass shooting before it happens. Jesse Gary reports.
The California Highway Patrol is investigating an overnight freeway shooting in San Bruno, where the victim is believed to be an Uber driver coming from San Francisco International Airport.
San Bruno police said a suspect has been arrested after human remains were found in his backyard.
Police have arrested a San Bruno man after they found the remains of a dismembered human body while responding to a missing person call.
PG&E has agreed to another $85 million penalty connected to the San Bruno explosion. If approved, the city of San Bruno will receive $6 million, San Carlos another $6 million.
A federal judge in San Francisco today ordered PG&E Co. to conduct a newspaper and television advertising campaign detailing its criminal conviction as part of the sentence in a pipeline safety violation case.
The utility could be hit with a $3 million fine in connection with the fatal blast in San Bruno in 2010 that killed eight people and hurt 58 others and destroyed over 30 homes. Tom Vacar reports.
PG&E was found guilty for obstructing investigators after the deadly San Bruno pipeline blast, but neighbors who've moved away from the destroyed neighborhood say they still get flashbacks.
The verdict in the federal court means the state's largest utility could end up paying millions of dollars in fines. Tom Vacar reports.