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Vehicle strikes utility Fremont pole, cutting power to over 3,400 residents
A car crashed into a power pole in Fremont Sunday afternoon, causing live wires to come down onto the roadway and initially cutting off power to thousands of local residents.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Press Democrat
Pitch for county power agency enters crucial stretch
With four cities down and four to go, Sonoma County officials this week enter the second half of their roadshow to convince cities to take part in the county's planned public power agency.
Newark Homeowner Reports Suspicious Woman Posing As PG&E Worker
A Newark resident reported a suspicious person posing as a PG&E employee knocked on her door Thursday, according to police.
Sat May 18, 2013
PG&E San Bruno costs adding up.
State utility regulators are mulling a proposal - well, several proposals - to slap Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
Santa Cruz Sentinel
PG&E rewards UCSC for green energy savings at BioMedical building
Pacific Gas & Electric teamed up with UC Santa Cruz to help design energy-efficient labs in the new Biomedical Building.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Daily Republic
Power outage leaves Fairfield mall dark
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. representative Jana Morris said the outage happened at 12:24 p.m. and affected 261 customers.
From internet hero to murder suspect
Authorities are searching for Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker as the main suspect of a murder in New Jersey.
Thu May 16, 2013
Cupertino: De Anza College's MLC wins award for design, energy efficiency
The Media and Learning Center at De Anza College recently won a citation for energy performance from the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter, and PG&E. The award was presented April 25 and seeks to honor projects that demonstrate how deep reductions in energy use are essential to good design in the 21st century.
New Times SLO
Towers of power
From about 300 feet in the air, the two workers strapped in atop a newly placed steel tower on a hilltop alongside Highway 101 looked completely at ease and unfazed by the fact that they were about to be taken for one hell of a ride.
The Fresno Bee
Local: Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker sought in New Jersey slaying
The man who achieved Internet fame as Kai, the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker when he struck a driver accused of attempting to run over a Pacific Gas & Electric work in February, is wanted on suspicion of murdering an attorney in New Jersey.
Internet celebrity "Kai the Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker" sought in...
1 attack in Fresno, California. He was riding with a man who drove into a utility worker.
Brewery's tank installation a sight to see
The second tank is backed into position as the first begins its descent through the roof.
Wed May 15, 2013
Palo Alto Weekly
PG&E to begin work on Alma Street today
Pacific Gas and Electric Company today will begin replacing major valves on Alma Street between Colorado Avenue and the Oregon Expressway/Page Mill Road overpass.
The Daily Caller
Minnesota legislature agrees to imposing costly solar power mandate
Greg Bosscawen, manager of renewable energy for Pacific Gas and Electric, walks past solar panels at PG&E's Vaca-Dixon solar energy site near Vacaville, Calif., on April 12, 2011.
The Modesto Bee
PG&E will vent Coffee Road pipe in Modesto
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. plans a controlled release of natural gas at Coffee Road and Claratina Avenue this morning, a process that can produce a loud, sound like an engine and intermittent smells.
Tue May 14, 2013
San Diego Source
San Onofre, Hanford help fuel anti-nuke initiative
The operators of the San Onofre Nuclear Power Station and the nuclear waste reservation at Hanford, Wash., could not be doing more if they actually wanted to promote a prospective ballot initiative aimed at keeping San Onofre offline and also shutting down Pacific Gas & Electric Co.'s Diablo Canyon power plant.
Mon May 13, 2013
CleanPowerSF Unpopular with Both Sides of the Political Spe...
CleanPowerSF which will launch later this year or early next will offer San Franciscans up to 30 megawatts of renewable power purchased from Shell Energy North America.
My Mother Lode
Kennedy Meadows Gets Approval
At a recent Stewardship Council board meeting, the board approved the Kennedy Meadows Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan.
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
California City Lawyering Up Against Chevron and 2 Other Dow Movers to Watch
Because of the refinery fire in August 2012 , the city of Richmond, California, is getting 'lawyered up' against Chevron, according to the Contra Costa Times .
SFPD Warning Of PG&E Overdue Bill Scam
The suspects of the scams are posing as PG&E or San Francisco Water Department employees demanding payments for overdue bills, according to police.