PG&E called to emergency meeting to answer questions about power shutoffs
Top executives of California's largest utility are expected at an emergency meeting Friday to answer hard questions by state regulators about a massive pre-emptive power shutdown criticized as poorly executed and unacceptable.Continue reading ...
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- Sheriff: Fireworks cause major injuries to San Joaquin County man
- First responders see uptick in fireworks in Sacramento area
- Junipero Serra statue taken down by protesters at Capitol, CHP says
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- A town made famous by 'Purple Rain' unveils a life-sized statue of Prince
- Why tick season could be worse in the summer of COVID-19
- Christopher Columbus statue toppled in Baltimore, thrown into harbor
- Crews extinguish apartment fire in Folsom
- How people are celebrating the Fourth of July - while also staying safe
- Sacramento Fire official explains firework safety for Fourth of July
- Risk of gathering not keeping travelers away from water on holiday weekend
- Crews battle vegetation fire in Folsom park on holiday weekend
- Temperatures on the rise for the weekend but should back off by the workweek
- Man killed after late-night shooting in Sacramento
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Trump campaign to hold outdoor New Hampshire rally on Saturday
President Trump will hold an outdoor campaign rally in New Hampshire next weekend, his campaign announced Sunday. The event, scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday at Portsmouth...
A town made famous by 'Purple Rain' unveils a life-sized statue of Prince
The statue cost $40,000, with most of the money coming from fans, who gave $100 to have their names included on a bronze donor plaque.
Former officer charged in Floyd's death posts $750K bond
A former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd has been released from jail. The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports that Tou Thao posted $750,000 bond on...
Dominion, Duke Energy drop plans for gas pipeline from W.Va. to NC
Dominion Energy and Duke Energy announced the cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project citing cost uncertainty and ongoing delays.
Baltimore Protesters Topple Columbus Statue
Demonstrators in Baltimore pulled down the statue and threw it into the harbor, adding it to the growing list of Columbus monuments toppled nationwide in response to his...
Jorge Masvidal steps in on six days' notice to fight Kamaru Usman at UFC 251
The UFC has managed to pull off one of the great late-replacement bookings in company history as Jorge Masvidal will fight Kamaru Usman for the welterweight title in the new...
Philadelphia protesters shut down an interstate highway
A mass of people protesting racism and police brutality shut down part of a Philadelphia highway on Sunday. City officials closed a portion of Interstate 676 as crowds swarmed...
U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Near 130,000; Florida And Texas Report Record Case Numbers
Florida and Texas reported their biggest daily rise in new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the past few days as deaths in the U.S. continue to rise.
At least 12 injured in shooting at South Carolina night club, officials say
Officials say at least 12 people were injured in a shooting at a South Carolina night club early Sunday.
Mayors Of Cities With Spiking Coronavirus Rates Decry Trump Admin's Response
The mayor of Phoenix said it feels like the federal government is "declaring victory while we're still in crisis mode."