Stories about PG&E

The Agenda, Oct. 16-22: Zarate trial, robots on the sidewalks …

... plus preventing utility fires, and saving Mission St. We look at the week ahead

If PG&E caused the fires, it wouldn’t be the first time

The utility's shoddy maintenance has caused more than 700 fires -- and has led to at least one criminal conviction

Assault on local control equals deregulation of housing

Democrats in Sacramento guarantee that real-estate interests will trump affordability

Houses over Bernal gas pipeline delayed again

Ronen points out that we can't trust PG&E to ensure that a 36-year-old high-pressure gas pipe won't blow up

Jerry Brown sides with polluters in key bill

The governor who is challenging Trump on climate change can't seem to challenge the fossil-fuel industry at home

Cell-phone companies try to ram through bill blocking local control of transmitters

Cell-phone companies want the right to put up any devices they want on public property, without any local rules

Why can Uber and Lyft use city streets for free?

Data suggests that the companies not only clog the streets -- they take money from Muni. Why don't they have to pay a franchise fee?

The Agenda: Controller says SF budget lacks buffer for Trump cuts

Federal and state reductions 'likely to exceed' what Mayor Lee has planned for

SF public power agency under attack

While all of us were watching Comey, the Budget Committee voted to deny funds to LAFCO, which has lead the way in the fight for clean energy (and against PG&E)

PG&E, with Trump’s help, could shake down SF for $600 million

Criminal private utility makes another desperate effort to block public power in SF