PG&E continued it's ongoing effort to restore power to all customers impacted by the unprecedented blackout.
PG&E said the delayed outages began in the East Bay, South Bay and Santa Cruz County just after 10:30 p.m. Wednesday night. The process is expected to continue through midnight.
The planned PG&E power outage has everyone coming up with contingency plans, including Cal Fire.
The planned power shutdowns have everyone coming up with contingency plans, including Cal Fire. Ann Rubin reports.
"... shutdowns are an extreme and a temporary safety tactic, they are not a safety stragety," said Sen. Jerry Hill (D) of San Mateo.
A Red Flag warning has been issued for the Bay Area as high winds and low humidity are expected Wednesday into Thursday.
Survivors of the North Bay firestorm in 2017 say Wednesday's Red Flag threat and widespread power shutdown add another layer to their trauma.
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.
Most of the Bay Area along with other Northern counties are bracing for widespread outages after Pacific Gas and Electric warned of power shutoffs as weather conditions intensify.
The second named storm has formed with the potential to become a weak hurricane before making landfall in Louisiana this weekend.
Flash flooding in southeastern Minnesota swept away a herd of cows Friday morning. A video taken by Don Ehlenfeldt in Oxbow Park near Byron at 6:45 a.m. shows the cows floating downstream.
Scattered showers Monday couldn't dampen the enthusiasm, as another flooded business re-opened at the Barlow District in Sebastopol. By closing time, the Barrio Fresca Cantina had served about 100 customers. It wasn't bad for a first day in a shopping area still riddled with locked doors.
Flood victims from Sonoma County came together Wednesday evening for answers and support.
The city of San Jose has tallied the damage done by flooding along Coyote Creek. Azenith Smith reports.
The city of San Jose and its residents are still coping with the damage done by recent rains and flooding. Jesse Gary reports.
Aerial footage shows the damage that recent rains have caused at the Oroville spillway.
The South Bay City was hit hard by recent rains and flooding. Now, residents are trying to clean up. Alex Savidge reports.
San Jose has declared a state of emergency after the Coyote Creek spilled over its banks. Jesse Gary reports.
The wet weather is being blamed for damage in the North Bay, including mudslides. Debora Villalon reports.
The heavy rain prompted flooding concerns in Niles Canyon. Cristina Rendon reports.