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Prosecutors Let Utility Out Of Massive Fine In Deadly California Gas Explosion
Pacific Gas & Electric is on trial for a suburban San Francisco blast that killed eight people.
PG&E's Success in Washington Led to Failure in San Bruno
Executive Director, In the Public Interest
PG&E's opposition to pipeline safety standards followed a predictable pattern by industries that are asked to be responsible corporate actors to protect the public against health, safety and environmental dangers.
If An Earthquake Hits, Is Your Child's School Safe? California Legislators Vote For Audit Of School Construction Authority
The state architect's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment. This story was reported in collaboration
Playing With Fire -- The Sham of Pipeline Safety Regulation
David Cay Johnston
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist
Do you know whether you live, work, shop or play near a high-pressure pipeline like the one that recently blew up in San Bruno, killing eight people, burning 60 more, destroying 120 homes and leaving a crater 40 feet deep?
A Dear John Letter About the Wilshire Subway to the Westside
A walker in the city.
Public transportation in this gridlocked city is now not just a convenience. It is a necessity like water and power.
Rebuilding the Future
Chief Sustainability Officer, City of Los Angeles. pLAn.lamayo...
In San Bruno, can we imagine a future community where homes could be rebuilt in a way that not only reduces their dependency
San Bruno Fire: PG&E Has Lobbying Muscle To Help With San Bruno Fallout
In California, PG&E has lobbied dozens of bills, including some with seemingly no connection to public utilities. In doing
I Love San Francisco -- But San Bruno is my Home
Comedian, Emmy-nominated TV writer and ex-Communications Direc...
On Thursday night, I watched from my laptop back in Arlington, Va., as a swath of my neighborhood just a quarter mile from where my parents still live was obliterated in a gas-fueled fireball.
San Bruno Explosion: Photos Of The Fire's Aftermath Paint A Bigger Picture
(CLICK IMAGE TO LAUNCH SLIDESHOW) The 28-foot length of pipe consisted of several smaller segments that were welded together
Deadly Priorities: Why Did PG&E Spend Millions on Politics, Instead of Pipelines?
Chair, CA Democratic Party Women's Caucus
As San Bruno struggles to recover from the deadly PG&E pipeline blast and fire, many are asking why the California utility spent tens of millions of dollars on politics before they repaired crumbling pipelines.
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San Bruno Fire (PHOTOS, VIDEO): At Least 6 Dead, Dozens Of Homes Destroyed After Explosion In San Francisco Suburb
Veraflor said she smelled gas at the house during a visit six weeks ago but did not report the smell to the utility. Several
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