35 Burst results for "Pacific Gas"

PG&E moves power underground in plan to bury 10,000 miles

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

PG&E moves power underground in plan to bury 10,000 miles

"Pacific gas and electric is working on an ambitious project to bury thousands of miles of power lines in California The plan is to bury 10,000 miles of power lines in the next decade PG&E's Deanna Contreras says it's to prevent lines from igniting fires and avoid shutting down electricity on hot and windy days I mean underground near reduces ignition risk by 99% So we are starting in the areas of the highest fire risk Since 2017 aging PG&E equipment has been blamed for more than 30 wildfires that wiped out more than 23,000 homes and businesses and killed more than a hundred people Tom Sullivan rebuilt after his home burned in 2017 He has no problem paying more for electricity We're just all going to have to pay for it All right either that or we're going to end up with more fires The utility reform network is questioning whether PG&E can properly maintain power lines while focusing on this new project I'm Ed

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Storms batter aging power grid as climate disasters spread

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Storms batter aging power grid as climate disasters spread

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"pacific gas" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"The nation's biggest power utility faces the possibility of criminal charges again for starting a devastating wildfire. California investigators say a Pacific as an electric power line sparked a massive fire last summer, leaving many to ask whether the company can ever operate safely. Dan breki of member station KQED reports. Mike Ramsey is district attorney in Northern California's Butte county. On a recent morning he was getting ready to turn over a key piece of evidence from the highest profile homicide case he's ever handled. This is what we've been referring to as kind of the killer hook. He's describing a fractured piece of steel that fits in the palm of his hand. Once it helps support a high voltage Pacific gas and electric power line near the town of Paradise. This hook, hung in the air. For what we believe was on 98 years. When the hook snapped in late 2018, it sparked a fire that nearly wiped out Paradise and was the deadliest in state history. The hook was a centerpiece of Ramsay's case against PG&E, which pleaded guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter. And now the district attorney has handed it over for display at the gold nugget history museum in Paradise. But PG&E's troubles are not history. The company faces criminal charges for fires in 2019 and 2020 and Ramsay is weighing whether PG&E should be prosecuted for last year's Dixie fire. I would say that the number one failing at PG&E has been their failure to learn from what happened. Katherine Sandoval teaches law at Santa Clara university and is a former member of the California public utilities commission, as an example of that failure, Sandoval points to the start of the Dixie fire. PG&E had rated the electrical line involved as among the riskiest in its entire network. Yet they didn't share that information apparently with the operators who had the ability to which the touch of a button boop cut off the power. As a result, electricity continued to flow for ten hours after remote sensors indicated trouble on the line. That problem turned out to be a tree lying across a live wire. The resulting fire burned nearly a million acres and took more than three months to contain. PG&E declined a request for an interview, but in a series of recent statements has said it has become a quote fundamentally safer company to help prevent future disasters, the company announced just after the start of the Dixie fire, it will bury 10,000 miles of power lines. The project will require the utility to dramatically speed up the process of undergrounding existing lines and to do it much more cheaply based on PG&E's long quoted estimates burying 10,000 miles of lions could cost $30 billion. The showcase for the project is Paradise, the town, PG&E burned down three years ago. They're making progress. Watching the work just outside town hall Paradise mayor Steve Crowder says he's encouraged by what he sees the company doing and what it means for the town going forward. It's a challenge for people who are living here with roads being torn up and construction everywhere. He says he wants to trust PG&E to be safer. In the end, we're going to be the place to be. We're Crowder, that means PG&E making good on promises and learning from its past mistakes. For NPR news, I'm Dan brekkie in Paradise, California..

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PG&E Burying 10,000 Miles of Power Lines to Lessen Wildfire Risk

The Ross Kaminsky Show

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

PG&E Burying 10,000 Miles of Power Lines to Lessen Wildfire Risk

"The nation's largest public utility company, taking steps to save lives and prevent wildfires after being responsible for numerous large and some deadly wildfires. Pacific Gas and Electric says it will begin bearing 10,000 miles of power lines in California's highest risk areas to cut the chance of lines coming down in high winds. PG and E CEO Patty Poppy we are committing today. To undertake one of the largest infrastructure projects in the history of our state. PG and E says one of several large wildfires burning in California right now was likely sparked by its power

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Report: California wildfire sparked when tree hit power line

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Report: California wildfire sparked when tree hit power line

"Officials say a pine tree contacting electrical distribution lines led to a deadly fire last autumn that killed four people including an eight year old girl investigators with the California department of forestry and fire protection seized equipment belonging to PG&E in the weeks after the sock fire tore through rural communities in the Shasta area last September and October officials now say the northern California wildfires that killed four people and destroyed more than two hundred buildings was sparked when tree branches came into contact with Pacific gas and electric power lines cal fire says their investigative report has been forwarded to the Shasta county district attorney's office PG&E is the nation's largest utility it's been a merging from bankruptcy after lawsuits from several devastating wildfires that killed more than a hundred people in twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen I'm Jennifer king

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What's the story behind Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi's legal battles?

Reality Life with Kate Casey

03:37 min | 1 year ago

What's the story behind Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi's legal battles?

"I'm sure that many of you are familiar with the erika girardi. Tom girardi case adjusted patriot. Bonus episode which can give you a more background on the case but for those of you who are not familiar. You have to listen to the details. So erica girardi also known as erica. Jane is a cast member on the real housewives of beverly hills has been on it for a couple of seasons. Now she's famously noted for her lavish exorbitant lifestyle with scenes shot in her private jet. She's got glam squad at least four deep. They always help her put together. Looks for international trips. And i'm talking luxury brands right out of the store. Like top of the top. She has not align on her face. Not one line. I don't know how you can be fifty years old and have given birth to a child and not have one line on your face. It is perplexing and on top of it. She decided she was going to be a midlife pop star so she tapes these music videos. And you're wondering how much in god's name does she spend on this. Her songs are a bit absurd. she got a two thousand seventeen song. Expensive now bear with me. This is the spouse of expensive x. x. p. e. n. dollar sign iv e. and the lyrics go is this. It's expensive to be me looking this. Good come for free. that's just who i be. It's expensive to be me well. Her husband age eighty one again. She's fifty her husband was surprisingly a consumer law attorney who had been practicing law since one thousand nine hundred sixty five rising to prominence for a very high profile case in nineteen ninety-three against energy giant pacific gas and electric company and its role in the contamination of groundwater in the small town of heckling california. That case became the basis for the two thousand blockbuster movie erin brockovich an elevated the prestige of his law firm girardi kice. Now as i've mentioned before. I worked in legal. Pr for many years. And i was very familiar with tom and his firm so well since then. His firms continue to handle many multimillion dollar settlements. Often involving class action suits against major corporations. So big time money will. Erica is currently in the process of divorcing tom. Who recently testified in a california court that he's broke earlier this week in an in depth exit. Bosie that i absolutely implore you to read in los angeles times. It explored their financial problems. So girardi described as financial trouble in court filed in october. When asked about how much money he had his personal account answered not a lot. Maybe a couple thousand. I don't have any money. At one point. I had about eighty million or fifty million in cash. That's all gone. I also had a stock portfolio of about fifty million. And that's all gone. I know what you're thinking right now. How in god's name could you lose eighty million dollars. Where did the money go on october. Twenty ninth twenty eighteen. A new boeing. Seven thirty-seven max. Eight carrying one hundred and eighty nine. Passengers and crew members crashed shortly takeoff in jakarta indonesia. I'm sure you've probably remember this case. Those two years ago everyone on board the lion air flight died tom. Girardi in his law firm were hired to represent surviving relatives of the crash and a suit filed earlier this month. Alleges girardi and his firm embezzled millions of dollars that were intended to go to some of those family members

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Thousands evacuate, 2 firefighters injured in California blaze

Pacifica Evening News

01:40 min | 2 years ago

Thousands evacuate, 2 firefighters injured in California blaze

"Ahead of a fast moving wildfire. The blaze also seriously injured two firefighters is powerful winds across the state. Prompted power to be cut to hundreds of thousands to prevent utility equipment from sparking new blaze is the fire grew to over six square miles within a few hours of breaking out around dawn in Orange County, south of L. A. Strong winds pushed flames close to homes in Irvine. Fire officials said that two firefighters were hurt. Battling back blaze. Water dropping helicopters were briefly grounded because of the strong winds, making it unsafe to fly. Officials didn't immediately know the cause of the fire. It was one of several the broke out across the region, including another one in Orange County that prompted evacuation orders near the city of Yorba Linda. Fast moving wildfire forced those evacuations for 60,000 people in Southern California about 350,000 Pacific Gas and Electric. Company customers in Northern California, estimated at about a million people were without power. Today's officials issued warnings for what were predicted to be the strongest winds in California for this year. About 5000 customers lost their power in southern California. Firefighting crews that had been at the ready overnight quickly contained small blazes that broke out in The Northern California counties of Sonoma and Shasta. Some fire lines were knocked down A Mount

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White House chief of staff: ‘We are not going to control the pandemic'

AP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

White House chief of staff: ‘We are not going to control the pandemic'

"With an AP News MINUTE, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says We're not going to control the pandemic, telling CNN. It's a contagious virus just like the flu. But at a campaign rally in New Hampshire, President Trump claims good sending Anyway, We're rounding the turn. But the Vaccine. We'll get it down fast. Joe Biden Call's Meadow statement A cane did acknowledgement of President Trump's strategy, which he describes as the white flag of defeat. Campaigning in Detroit. His running mate, Senator Kamala Harris says over 8.5 million people have contracted this virus. And we'll have unknown long term health consequences, according to Johns Hopkins University. The U. S death toll from covert 19 is now more than 225,000 people. Pacific Gas and

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"pacific gas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With love right. The most recent poll of likely voters in Wisconsin has Joe Biden leading the president, 54 to 43%. In California's several severe wildfire conditions over the weekend, now, prompting the Pacific Gas and Electric Company to announce a round of public safety shutdowns. For more than 380,000 customers in the northern part of the state, starting as early as today. Lindsay Paulo from Pacific Gas and Electric, says multiple weather warnings from the National Weather Service, forcing them to consider this last resort option. We are seeing a dangerous combination of factors with this forecast. High winds, extremely low humidity record dry fuels on the ground and severe to extreme drought in certain areas. Power is expected to begin restoration late tomorrow or early Tuesday. For most customers, officials in main investigating four cases of people becoming ill from consuming raw milk products. The main center for Disease Control and Prevention says four cases of crypto Sport dio sis connected to raw milk were reported back on October 4th people who are sick and said they had raw milk products from ruse Family farm Which is state inspected and licensed. All four people live in York County. Countdown is on people want their places open 2020 presidential election You will determine the outcome of this election. What will we know? And when will we know it? I paid 27.

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"pacific gas" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Their county, creating long drives for many voters. Early voting is expected to limit long lines during the pandemic boxes. Alex Hogan officials in Northern California, urging people tohave an evacuation plan ready ahead of powerful winds that could lead to a widespread electricity outages. Pacific Gas and Electric says it may begin blackouts for up to a million customers tomorrow. In an effort to prevent fallen lines from sparking wildfires. America is listing the Fox News. If you don't know what to do When you get lost in a hike stuff he should know. An incomplete compendium of mostly interesting things is here to help on DH. It also has an entire chapter one doughnuts. That's less useful if you're on a hike, but I mean, tempt me. That's not stuff you should know. Stuff you should know and incomplete compendium of mostly interesting things. Pre order Now at stuff you should know dot com or wherever books are sold. What are you doing to keep your nose clean? After all the nose is your body's air filter. The first line of defense against airborne diseases. I'm Martinho Can I invented Navarre? JJ, The powered suction nose cleaner. Nobody cleans your nose by flushing out allergens, mucus, dust and germs, including dangerous infectious germs. So with all the horrible stuff in the air now is the perfect time to join more than a million Americans who use Nevada. It has over 30,000 Online reviews averaging 4.7.

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"pacific gas" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Conspired. Violate U. S anti bribery laws. Close it home. Red flag warnings of extreme fire. Danger still up in Northern California is dry, gusty winds returned to an area already scarred by massive wildfires. National Weather Service has low humidity and winds up to 40 MPH will persist through tomorrow. And that has prompted Pacific Gas and Electric to cut the power to about 37,000 customers in parts of 15 counties. It's all done to prevent wind blown wires from sparking any new blazes. Again. That's expected to last until tomorrow as well more on your local forecast here in just a second, but at three minutes after the hour, I don't know what happened. But you ever have one of those mornings where you're slow to get out of bed and kind of groggy and things aren't great until after lunch. That's Wall Street. It was down throughout the morning. Get back into the afternoon trading. It's rolling the Dow NASDAQ S and P 500 all gaining ground at this hour and the Dow It's up 1 64. It's now trading at 3 28,069. Enjoy your lunch. 74 degrees. Now in Fresno Radio City with plenty of sunshine on our way to another unseasonably mild day afternoon highs generally in the mid eighties. Keep in mind. We should be right around 78 79. We'll get there, but not until Saturday and then Sunday and Monday Upper sixties for high temperatures. So all of those craving autumn like temperatures. Well, you're going to get it right in time for your weekend. Enjoy. That is news on the hour on the half. And when it breaks, I am Matt Ott. Stott. Live on Newstalk 5 81 059.

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Power cut to thousands in California to prevent wildfires

Richard Eeds

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Power cut to thousands in California to prevent wildfires

"Pacific Gas and electric customers in California are still in the dark. After the utility cut power earlier this week to reduce the threat of wildfires. Utility officials say yesterday that 39,000 customers were impacted by the power shut off. The company is hoping to restore power to all customers affected by 10 p.m. today. I'm

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"pacific gas" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Always, but we have a lot of people. And we look forward to it and again, Amy, I think is doing an incredible job. Fire crews from across the state are being deployed to Northern California, where hot, windy conditions are renewing the threat of fire. The threat comes in the region where massive blazes have already destroyed hundreds of homes and killed 31 people. This year, The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning for extremely dangerous fire conditions from Wednesday through Friday morning. With bone, dry humidity and wind gusts, possibly hitting 55 miles an hour. Pacific Gas and electric also may cut power to customers on Wall Street that out on by 165 points, the NASDAQ dropping 95 more on these stories, a townhall dot com Can the daily recommended servings of fruits and vegetables fit into just six capsules? Yes, we start by sourcing organically grown whole fruits and vegetables. We ensure they're picked at peak ripeness. All of our produce is third party tested for pesticides, heavy metals, bad bacteria and nutrients. There, then washed, cut and put through an advanced vacuum cold process which removes the water using pressure. This maximizes the nutritional value while preserving the color, smell and taste of the fruit of vegetable. The freeze dried food is then ground into a fine powder without adding any additives, fillers or extracts. Thes powdered foods are then mixed in our proprietary blends and encapsulated, locking out air and.

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California braces for renewed fire threat from windy weather

John McCulloch

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

California braces for renewed fire threat from windy weather

"Crews from across the state are being deployed to Northern California, where hot, windy conditions are renewing the threat of fire. A threat comes in the region where massive blazes have already destroyed hundreds of homes and killed 31 people. This year, The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning for extremely dangerous fire conditions from Wednesday through Friday morning, with bone dry humidity and wind gusts, possibly hitting 55 miles an hour. Pacific Gas and Electric also may cut power to customers

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"pacific gas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Handle on the law will handle with marginal legal advice. Where I gladly tell you, you have absolutely no case. Oh, I can't welcome. Yes. What can I do for you? Here's the deal. Here's the deal way all served us in all three next to the power plant. For years here, here's and I mean years and we all got together for a re union last August and come to find out everybody has cancer. Everybody. And how much is everybody? Harmony people are Is everybody okay? In 20 People 16 people had Jesus prostate colon stomach growing out of 20 people and how many people worked at the plant. I don't know what I'm talking about surfing and form a plant in the water. Oh, good God surfing in front of the plan. And 16 out of 20 got cancer. Right right now. Now, here's the deal. They used the ocean water to cool down the generators. They did. Water goes in comes out and it's warm. And that's why in the wintertime going Hey, this is great states going. Hey, it's well going. Don't worry. Whoa! From what I understand, And you know, I don't know. Technically. I thought when water comes out of a plant, it's piped out Miles offshore, and I may be wrong. You're saying goes right off shore and I'm not really certain, but it seemed to us the reason we served there because the water was so warm and I don't know. And it could be. But okay, how many hours did you surf there? Typically six days a week. You say? Hey, Did you ever work? I try not to. Uh, how do you How do you go surfing six days a week. What do you do to eat? You make you make your films and you sell it, Tio? Okay. Other companies just asking fair enough. All right. Well, if out of those 20 people and ah, out of now, now let's go through the 20 people. This was a reunion of everybody who surf their reunion of people that worked with you or served over the year. No, no, no. Everybody that surf there. There was more than 20. But all I could talk to a 20. All right. You know it's worth talking to an attorney. But here's the problem in suing the utility that own Santa know fray. And I don't know what utility is Southern gal. It could be. Ah, Pacific Gas, Electric or Edison? I have no idea That's no small deal. Because now you're talking about millions of dollars. That has to be invested in the lawsuit. Well, Oh, yeah, And there are too many. We thinking you're soon claims court. So Yeah, yeah, it's I have to tell you it's and it's really weird. And because the plant's been closed down and the plane's been around for 30 years ago, all of a sudden 16 people develop cancer, then no, I don't think the worst developed. I think we didn't know. Well, of course, but you still developed cancer or something, and you're the only ones so the plant's been around, probably for 40 years. 50 years, OK, and I think I got it. I think there's I don't think you have much of a case there. That's my take on it. Charles Good. To you. I was going to say good morning, but I don't want to say good morning, so just welcome to handle on the law. What can I do for you? Good morning, Bill. Yes, sir. As a patient, I receive a prescription that states as needed. Wow. Could you define what? As needed means? Yeah, that's actually an excellent question And every part of it Well, just say just as needed, it says, take one or two per day or one in the morning. One at night. And then as needed. I have that right or is it just as needed? As needed. That's it as needed. Wow..

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Los Angeles - Some Relief For California Wildfires

John Landecker

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles - Some Relief For California Wildfires

"Turning down to the devastating wildfires out west in California. More than 18,000. Firefighters are battling nearly 30 wildfires today, though some relief finally, as strong winds fueling the flames finally began to die down a little. Those strong winds on Sunday helped the glass fire erupt in Napa and Sonoma County's in California's wine country. The fire has since grown to more than 42,000 acres. After merging with two other firefighters, Firefighters report The flames are burning out of control. The fire has scores nearly 100 buildings, including homes and some of the region's signature wineries. Pacific Gas and Electric turned off the power in that area just as a precaution, but has since restored it in some places. As of last

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California braces for power shutoffs and weather that could fan wildfire flames

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

California braces for power shutoffs and weather that could fan wildfire flames

"Officials at California's largest utility company are bracing for hot dry and windy weather northern and central areas of the state. This weekend they fear they may fan the flames of several major wildfires or even ignite new. Once Pacific gas and electric has warned makeup power from Sunday morning to Monday potentially affecting ninety seven thousand customers in sixteen counties during which winds and temperatures are expected to

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In California, Windy, Dry Weather Expected To Bring 'Critical' Fire Conditions

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

In California, Windy, Dry Weather Expected To Bring 'Critical' Fire Conditions

"Continue to devastate California Some people may soon have their power shut off the state's largest utility, Pacific Gas and electric could shut shut off off off power power power to to to about about about 97,000 97,000 97,000 customers customers customers this this this weekend weekend weekend because because because of of of dangerous dangerous dangerous fire fire fire conditions. conditions. conditions. A A A red red red flag flag flag warning warning warning is is is in in in effect effect effect for for for much much much of of of Northern Northern Northern California California California because because because we're we're we're going going going to to to have more dry, hot and windy weather. The strongest winds are expected tonight into tomorrow morning in central and northern California. Emergency officials worry that gusty winds could spread the flames and some of the 25 major wildfires already burning in California alone. So far, at least 35 people have died from wildfires burning in the West, and thousands thousands of of homes homes and and other other structures structures have have been been destroyed. destroyed.

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"pacific gas" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Prevent new wildfires. Pacific Gas and electric could shut off power to about 97,000 customers this weekend. A red flag warning is in effect for much of Northern California. Emergency officials worried that gusty winds could spread the flames and some of the 25 major wildfires already burning in California alone. Thanks is Christina Coleman America is listing to Fox News. Here's the Bryant heating and cooling forecast from the Fox six weather experts enjoying today because it might be your last little glimpse of warm summer temps eyes right around 80 degrees, with partly sunny skies and breezy conditions. Tomorrow. 70 for Ojai, noticeably cooler with mostly cloudy skies and some afternoon rain. I'm Fox six meteorologist Eric Mangus. This report is sponsored by T Mobile for Business T Mobile business advantage. Right now get up to 90 days of unlimited free on business plans. When you switch stop by for details, plus taxes and fees complete port within 60 days, customers over 50 gigabytes per month have lower speedster congestion Video at 40 P Unlimited on our network. C t mobile dot com for details. No one needs to pairs of diamond stud hearings because when you have two pairs, you always wear the larger pair. That's why Kessler's gives you a lifetime trade up policy. When you're ready for that bigger pair just bring those diamond stud earrings back to Kessler's, and we'll give you 100% of the price you pay. When you trade up for a larger pair. You could do it over and over being only the difference when you trade up and no diamonds on Earth sparkle like a pair of Kessler 80 ones. Gessler 80 ones are like crystallized lightning side by side. 80 ones out sparkle every diamond everywhere. Monica Yes, Sarah, Is this a.

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California braces for power shutoffs and warm, windy weekend

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

California braces for power shutoffs and warm, windy weekend

"In northern and central California are bracing for hot, dry and windy weather that may fan the flames of several major wildfires or ignite new ones. The Pacific Gas and electric utility was tracking Forecast to determine if it would be necessary to shut off power to areas where gusts could damage the company's equipment or create more fires. The showoffs could potentially affect 97,000 customers in 16 counties, starting this evening through Monday. And

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California braces for power shutoffs and weather that could fan wildfire flames

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

California braces for power shutoffs and weather that could fan wildfire flames

"Are bracing for hot, dry and windy weather that may fan the flames of several major wildfires or ignite new ones. The Pacific Gas and electric utility was tracking the forecast. To determine if it would be necessary to shut off power to areas where gusts could damage the company's equipment or create more fires. The shutoffs could potentially affect 97,000 customers in 16 counties, starting this evening through Monday. And mushrooms linked to

Utility's Power Lines Caused Huge 2019 California Wildfire

Kim Komando

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Utility's Power Lines Caused Huge 2019 California Wildfire

"Investigators have concluded that a massive wildfire last fall in northern California was sparked by Pacific gas and electric transmission lines. Hundreds of homes burned in the fire. PG only recently emerged from bankruptcy. Wall

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"pacific gas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Pacific Gas and Electric is a rather famous utility company. First of all, it's the largest one certainly in California may very well be in the country. And if you remember the campfire where the town of paradise burned up, it was a huge fire. At the 84 people died and 16,000 homes were destroyed and PG and E was blamed for it because their lack of maintenance on the power lines it was summer wind actually was in the summer. It was last year. I think it was October November and the fire ignited because power lines came down and brush fires went up and it became a conflagration. Well, ah, there are lawsuits aplenty, saying that it was the fault of PG and E. In its lack of maintenance, and it was more important for profits than it was for maintaining a safe power system. So there was a grand jury that was convened to focus. Specifically on it was a 2 2018 was while ago on the fire that killed 85 people, and it found that PG and E are. The officials repeatedly ignored warnings about it's failing power lines. And prior to that performed inadequate inspections to focus on profits and refused to learn from past catastrophes because they've been tagged a couple of times for people actually dying. And here is what the grand jury said. And that is that PG and e exhibited callous disregard for life. To the point where PG and E. Actually pled guilty to criminal violation. Now it isn't very often that a corporation pleads guilty. And that's exactly what happened. Corporation can plead guilty. A corporation can be convicted of a crime now sometimes is the corporation and its directors. Who are found guilty. In this case, It was only the corporation itself. But in reality, the fine is going to be limited to. I think maybe 30 $40 million which for PG and E is a drop in the bucket because we're talking about a corporation utility that does billions of dollars a year. It was a 92 page summary that was released and they pleaded guilty to 84 felony counts of involuntary manslaughter. I mean, that is pretty big O And P Jeannie will not pay 35 or 40. I mis read that it's $3.5 million. And $500,000 to cover the cost of the criminal investigation. Well, I mean, that doesn't count, of course, 18,000 homes or 16,000 homes going down and the value of 85 lives. That is obviously a very different issue. All right, is time for phone calls. Colbert. Welcome to handle on the law. Yes, thank you. Sure, Thankyou. My problem is that approximately six? Almost six years ago, My wife and I entered into a divorce agreement after a lot of business to the courthouse because we needed one of us was represented. And she was the petitioner and never got her locked together in terms of what you want it. So the court finally got tired of that ordered an MSC and fattest down and finally figured out she could get by on 500 a month, Okay, and it would be for five years. So I went outside and killed in the paper work that she did. That judge gave us uh, rollout that agreement five years 500 a month, and that court signed off on it, and we left. So I sent her a check for 2 50 a couple of weeks later. And the next thing I know, I get a letter from the island from the security ministrations saying, Hey, we got notice of a court order that you owe her 500 month. I'm going to take out of your retirement. Social security. Did you know I don't That doesn't make any sense. That's what I mean. That's crazy. I mean, that's crazy. How it happened. I got the letter and it said quarter older we're taking $500 out of your re comets flounder to pay for you live. Okay, So that is, by the way Have you called the Social Security Administration to find out if any of that is true? What gun in person, and they said, Yes, that's true. But, boy, you got me. All right. So what's your question? Burns The problem? There was a five year agreement. Okay. Which, what's your question? And wait a sec. And so you were only Lau. How many times were you? Ah, late on the other 250. You center a $250 check. And I know the timing from the car. She never waited for me to be late. Wouldn't got it. Okay. And you were on top of a court order. And you were on time. Yeah, okay. And and you and you didn't go to court to fight that. No, because actually, at that point, it was a convenient I didn't have to write a check. Because sometimes I would scramble in the earlier time when it was a temporary order. Compare birth. None of this make Burt. None of this makes sense. None of it. Well, I was there. Experience. Okay, So what you're already so what's your question? Question is the statement from the court said he owes her 500 a month every month. Period. It didn't say it was for five years. That's why I said almost six years ago. Okay? After the five year period was up, they kept taking it. What's your question? They say that the administration says you need another order from the court. What? Your question? Well, I can't. I can't You go to court. Well, I have to do it actually. Okay, so and now what do I call the court? I called Think. Yeah. You can still file emotion virtually so I don't quite understand why you can't do it. Oh, no, no, no, it early, So I have to do it myself and lazy. Well, okay, Well, there's your answer. Thank you, Bill. What can I do? And I'm not willing to do anything because I'm lazy. Good for you. Good for you. That's a great you answer your own question. I'm lazy, All right. And instantly I've never heard ofthe s socialist on a court order for child or for spousal support Taking out of social security. I'm missing something here. It's weird. Now I know that. Ah, the if she is asked for state aid, for example for welfare and spousal support is do the county will go after her? I know that But I don't know how social Security does. I just don't know. All right, Mary. Hello, Mary. Welcome. Yes, ma'am. Yes, I'm calling regarding a living trust. Okay? Even if I have a will wouldn't go if I should die goes to probate. Yeah. Where the Willet goes to probate. And if you want to establish a living trust, then you establish a trust. And then you fund the trust with the assets. You take the assets away from you. You move him into the trust. And then the will becomes irrelevant because there's nothing to probate because all the assets are in the trust. Okay. Now, trust you have to give all the information who where I mean to the lawyer. Well, yeah. I mean, I would think so. I mean, how else is he going to distribute to trust? Policy going to write it up. Who gets what? Mary? I mean, that indeed. There, you have to run down. No. You can say Hey, my kids get everything that's in the trust. You could say that, too, but you still have the transfer the assets into the trust. Okay now. Roughly how much would it cost? Depends on it Depends on how complicated is it depends on how many people you're living into leaving the two. That depends on what the assets are. Do they have to be sold? Are the instructions very specific? Marry? How much money about set? So we talking about here? Well, I have a home and a legal saving. That's about it. Okay on. It's a fairly simple trust. All you have to do is transfer the home into the trust. Once you've written it up, or once the lawyers writing it up, probably even do it on the Internet. And then when you have savings, are they Is it in a savings account isn't in stocks. What is it? No, I only saving now. OK, Then you transfer the ownership of the savings to the trust..

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"pacific gas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"PG and E. Pacific Gas and Electric is a rather famous utility company. First of all, it's the largest one Certainly in California may very well be in the country. And if you remember the campfire where the town of Paradise bond up and it was a huge fire in the 84 people died and 16,000 homes were destroyed and PG and E was blamed for it because their lack of maintenance on the power lines it was summer wind actually was in the summer. It was last year. I think it was October November And the fire ignited because power lines came down and brush fires went up and it became a conflagration. Well, there are lawsuits aplenty, saying that it was the fault of PG and E in its lack of maintenance, and it was more important for profits than it was for maintaining a safe power system. So there was a grand jury that was convened to focus specifically on it was a 2 2018 was while ago on the fire that killed 85 people, and it found that PG and E are. The officials repeatedly ignored warnings about it's failing power lines. And prior to that perform inadequate inspections to focus on profits and refused to learn from past catastrophes because they've been tagged a couple of times for people actually dying. And here is what the grand jury said. And that is that PG and e exhibited callous disregard for life. To the point where PG and E. Actually pled guilty to criminal violation. Now it isn't very often that a corporation pleads guilty. And that's exactly what happened. Corporation can plead guilty. A corporation can be convicted of a crime now sometimes is the corporation and his directors. Who are found guilty. In this case, It was only the corporation itself. But in reality, the fine is going to be limited. Tio, I think maybe 30 $40 million which for PG and E is a drop in the bucket because we're talking about a corporation utility that does billions of dollars a year It was a 92 page summary that was released. And they pleaded guilty to 84 felony counts of involuntary manslaughter. I mean, that is pretty big O and P. Jeannie will not pay 35 or 40. I mis read that it's $3.5 million. And $500,000 to cover the cost of the criminal investigation. Well, I mean, that doesn't count, of course, 18,000 homes or 16,000 homes going down and the value of 85 lives. That is obviously a very different issue. All right, is time for phone calls. Culbert. Welcome to handle on the law. Yes, thank you. Sure, Thankyou. My problem is that approximately six? Almost six years ago, My wife and I entered into a divorce agreement after a lot of business to the courthouse because we neither one of us was represented. And she was the petitioner and never got her act together in terms of what you wanted. So the court finally got tired of that ordered an MSC and fattest down and finally figured out she could get by on 500 a month, Okay, and it would be for five years. So we went outside and building the paper work that she did that the judge gave rode out that agreement five years, $500 a month, and that was that the court finds one and we left. So I sent her a check for 2 50 a couple of weeks later. And the next thing I know, I get a letter from the I r s from the security ministrations saying that Hey, we got notice of a court order that you owe her 500 month. I'm going to take it out of your retirement. Social security. Did you know I don't That doesn't make any sense. That's plenty. That's crazy. I mean, that's crazy. How it happened. I got the letter. And it said person took ward other. We're taking $500 out of your retirement plunder to pay for your life. Okay, So that's that is, by the way have you called the Social Security Administration to find out if any of that is true? What's done in person. And they said Yes, that's true, boy. You got me. All right. So what's your question? Burns the problems? There was a five year agreement. Okay. Which, what's your question? And wait a sec? And so you were only Lau. How many times were you? Ah, late on the other 250 you center a $250 check and for no, no, the timing from the time she ever waited for me to be late, Just Wouldn't got it. Okay. And you were on time Court order and you were on time. Yeah, okay. And and you and you didn't go to court to fight that. Well, No, because actually, at that point, it was a convenient I didn't have to write a check. Because sometimes I would scramble in the earlier time when it was a temporary order. Compare birth. None of this make Burt. None of this makes sense. None of it. Well, I was there. Experience. Okay, So what you're saying? So what's your question? Question is the statement from the court said he owes her 500 a month every month. Period. It didn't say it was for five years. That's why I said almost six years ago. Okay? After the five year period was up, they kept taking it. What's your question? They say that the Administration says you need another order from the court. Okay, What's your question? Well, I can't get a court. I can't You go to court. Well, I have to do it literally. Okay, so and now I call the court. I called. I don't think yeah, you can still file emotion virtually so I don't quite understand why you can't do it. Oh, I'm not allowed. No attorney, So I have to do it myself. Langley's well. Okay, Well, there's your answer. Thank you, Bill. What can I do? And I'm not willing to do anything because I'm lazy. Good for you. Good for you. That's a great you answer your own question. I'm lazy, All right. And instantly I've never heard of s socialist on a court order for child or for spousal support, Taking out of social security. I'm missing something here. Ah, it's weird. Now I know that. Ah, the if she has asked for state aid, for example for welfare, and Ah, spousal support is do the county will go after her. I know that But I don't know how social Security does. I just don't know. All right, Mary. Hello, Mary. Welcome. Yes, ma'am. Yes, I'm calling regarding a living trust. Okay? Even if I have a will wouldn't go if I should die goes to probate. Yeah, with a will. It goes to probate. And if you want to establish a living trust, then you establish a trust. And then you fund the trust with the assets. You take the assets away from you. You move him into the trust. And then the will becomes irrelevant because there's nothing to probate because all the assets are in the trust. Okay. Now, trust. You have to give all information where I went to the lawyer. Well, yeah. I mean, I would think so. I mean, how else is he going to distribute the trust? Policy going to write it up. Who gets what? Mary? I mean, that indeed. There have Tio wrote down. No, you can say Hey, my kids get everything that's in the trust. You could say that, too, but you still have to transfer the assets into the trust. Okay now. Roughly how much would it cost? Depends on it Depends on how complicated is it depends on how many people you're living into leaving the two. That depends on what the assets are. Do they have to be sold? They are the instructions. Very specific. Marry. How much money about sets are we talking about here? Well, I have a home and a little saving this about it. Okay. Um it's a fairly simple trust. All you have to do is transfer the home into the trust. Once you've written it up for once, the lawyers writing it up, probably even do it on the Internet. And then when you have savings, are they Is it in a savings account? Is it in stocks? What is it? No, I only savings now. OK, Then you transfer the ownership of the savings to the trust..

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PG&E emerges from bankruptcy, pays $5 billion into wildfire fund

iHeart Podcast Channel

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

PG&E emerges from bankruptcy, pays $5 billion into wildfire fund

"California utility company found to be responsible for a number of deadly wildfires has emerged from bankruptcy, which could mean people of our claims against it could get settlements for months. State officials had said that P Genie had to be out of bankruptcy by June 30th if they wanted to participate in a state funded liability program for future wildfires. July 1st Pacific Gas and Electric said it was official they were out of bankruptcy, and they put five billion into that state fund. The $60 billion bankruptcy plan, approved by a federal judge includes 13.5 1,000,000,000 for people who lost loved ones and property in multiple northern California wildfires. Sparked by badly maintained company equipment on windy days, the worst of which was the camp fire destroyed the town of Paradise, killing 85

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PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter for 2018 Northern California fire

KOGO's Evening News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter for 2018 Northern California fire

"At Pacific gas and electric is pleading guilty to eighty four deaths name troll read aloud here today in northern California photographs projected on the court room wall they're the victims of the campfire the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history for half hour PG&E CEO bill Johnson Saturday at the sequence of photos after each name was ready answer guilty genie is guilty of eighty four counts of felony involuntary manslaughter a single count of unlawfully starting a fire best years attorney was denied by faulty equipment in the town of paradise that's the second time in three years the largest utility in the state's been convicted of a

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PG&E confesses to killing 84 people in 2018 California fire

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

PG&E confesses to killing 84 people in 2018 California fire

"California utility company makes a major admission that it's to blame for scores of deaths Pacific gas and electric confesses to killing eighty four people in a devastating wildfire that wiped out the town of paradise a year and a half ago PG&E boss bill Johnson entered guilty pleas for eighty four felony counts of involuntary manslaughter because the company's crumbling electric grid started it Johnson apologized directly to the victims families and said PG&E will never forget the fire that took away so much from the

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"pacific gas" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Down he told a Pacific gas and electric is pledging to overhaul its board of directors it's an attempt to avoid a potential takeover by the state of California IBM Kate's you sure four warn weather forecast we're looking at a cool and cloudy Saturday couple of light misty showers are possible this afternoon what they'll be very mostly for the Cumberland plateau otherwise mostly cloudy and dry with temperatures in the upper forties to low fifties Los tonight fall down to the upper thirties but tomorrow will be gorgeous for Superbowl Sunday sunny and temperatures in the mid sixties of the four warn weather center I'm meteorologist Melanie late in the show the third hour of the investor Mr and on this website not to mention that the entire last hour all the podcast no catch up on stuff it is so I still have a tried and I think you can go I need the investor coaching show and I wonder what I'm gonna try next break I've come curious whether that because film uncle Phil is talking.

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"pacific gas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Reject Pacific gas and electric new bankruptcy blueprint KPK Jensen raider reports on why new sim does not like the plan Newsome said the plan would still hurt P. genies ability to strengthen its electrical grade and reduce wildfire risks because it is too heavily weighted with that Mister Lee worded disapproval of P. genies plan made by nuisance lawyers in a court filing yesterday escalated the intrigue in a case that will determine the fate of the nation's largest utility P. Jeannie said they secured a deal with the three main groups sets chapter eleven bankruptcy case the wild fire victims insurance companies and the bond holders P. genies financing proposal calls for the utility to borrow billions of dollars from the hedge fund investors in order to pay its bills and exit bankruptcy the utility company is currently in a financial hole due to more than fifty billion dollars in claims stemming from a series of devastating wildfires blamed on the company Jensen raider news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. the university of California system has delayed today's vote on whether to raise tuition at its ten campuses Joshua Lipton reports the office of UC president Janet Apollo tanto said Tuesday the board of regents will discuss the proposals that today's meeting and vote at a later date governor new some objected to the proposed increase calling it inconsistent with our college affordability goals Newsome has proposed funding in east of the system as part of his budget the system says a must cover a plan for long neglected repairs to infrastructure address faculty and staff salary and tackle other issues Josh will lift in news ninety three point one KFBK they're counting the homeless in Los Angeles county in this morning starts the third and last day of that count here's LA mayor Eric Garcetti I know how frustrating the count can be for some who want to help because like I want to talk to this person and help them tonight but first we have to know who they are and everybody and we can't leave anybody behind this city and county there have witnessed a sharp jobs in the home was last year's count so double digit percentage increases in both the county and the city LA county now has close to sixty thousand homeless people the county will use the new home was going to apply for state and federal funding police are searching for suspects in a downtown shooting in Seattle that left one person dead and seven people injured Seattle police chief Carmen best describe the events leading up to the shooting near the famed pike place market not a random incident there were multiple people involved there was a dispute that happened in front of the McDonald's people pulled out guns shots rang out people ran in various directions and as you know we had multiple people that were injured the names of those who were shot have not been released but one woman is confirmed dead while a nine year old boy is in serious condition for the victims were listed in stable condition and one was in critical condition and another treated and released senators have been getting fidgety early in the house opening arguments for the impeachment of president trump in the U. S. Senate gave BK's Mike power reports perhaps it was because the lawmakers convene less than twelve hours earlier after marathon session that stretched to nearly two AM but by Senate rules they're supposed to sit in silence without access to phones or other electronics according to journalist Michael call if he counted twenty one empty seats on the GOP side of the Senate to on the damn side a couple of hours and Adam ships presentation somewhere just reading their legs but most were not in the chamber according to a call of some of them have been out of there for a while Mike Bauer news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and now let's get you caught up on all of this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one KFBK today is the second of three days for Democrats to make their case in the Senate impeachment trial of president trump who on Wednesday made sure his opinion was heard more on that.

"pacific gas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Between Pacific gas and electric and thousands of people lost homes businesses and family members in a series of devastating fires the settlement was worth thirteen and a half billion dollars in his letter Newsome said to the company the proposed settlement does not provide safe and reliable power to P. Jeannie customers North Korea says it has successfully performed another crucial test as its long range rocket launch site that would provide further strengthen its reliable strategic nuclear determine both Koreas academy of defense science did not specify what was tested on Friday just days earlier the north said it conducted a very important test of the side as well it's expected the Democrats have enough votes to impeach president trump next week but there are some Democrats who may break with their party first some moderate Democrats who hail from districts where president trump remains popular next week's impeachment vote is not cut and dry a vote in favor of impeaching the president could cost them in a reelection bid next year house speaker Nancy Pelosi says there will be no pressure put on Democrats in casting their vote she can afford to lose up to seventeen Democrats and still prevail there are six Democrats whose votes are being closely watched Jordan Phelps ABC news Capitol Hill economists say it's too early to tell what if any positive impact the president's announced phase one China trade deal will have George Mason University economist Christy McDaniel says the terrorists set to take place this weekend would have heard American retailers selling electronics clothing and toys imported from China these large retailers were basically eating the terror of studies show they weren't passing those prices on to consumers Khan Mister Daniels of the additional agriculture sales deal will take a while to make up for billions losses Andy field ABC news Washington case involving president trump's please to keep his tax banking financial records private is going before the Supreme Court ruling could come in June this is ABC news so what would you do with an extra five hundred dollars a month in your budget five hundred Bucks this isn't hypothetical by the way this is something you may need to think about very soon if you decide to become a member of managed care net is.

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"pacific gas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Zero the Pacific gas and Electric Company agreeing to pay thirteen and a half million dollars to residents and government agencies in northern California for damages from wild fires caused by the utilities equipment in a statement PDAs says the out of court settlement must still be approved by a U. S. bankruptcy court judge it covers damages from the twenty fifteen Butte fire the twenty seventeen tubs fire the northern California wine country fires also in twenty seventeen last year's deadly is in the state's history campfire of the twenty sixteen it ghost ship warehouse fire in Oakland the CDC says flu season has arrived early due to a strain that is not typically seen during this time of year the centers for disease control and prevention is saying that the early activity is primarily being caused by a strain of the virus most commonly reported among kids and adults adolescence it's already hit largely in the southern U. S. at the end as of November the CDC recorded hi flu activity in Alabama Georgia Louisiana Mississippi South Carolina Tennessee and Texas the agency saying flu activity is expected to continue over the next several weeks and an interstellar Condit will pass very close to the earth later today astronomers say it will pass by a relatively close one hundred ninety million miles of our planet giving astronomers a good chance to study it it's got a tale that extends for nearly one hundred thousand miles and for you as a radio news I'm Chris Barnes I was in trouble with the IRS hi no room for Jay to brief the put a lien on my house took all the money out of my bank account took money out of my paychecks so it was a nightmare he needed help fast I figured that all these companies were the same until I called federal tax management you could just tell they knew what they were talking about right then and there I felt like I had some hope stop the liens levies and garnishment fast and qualify for one of several special IRS programs that could reduce or even eliminate your tax debt somehow to go for Jake what they said they would do take it there for me.

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"pacific gas" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And Pacific gas and electric announces of thirteen and a half billion dollar settlement with individual victims of northern California wildfires America's listening to fox now your storm team ten forecast powered by Duncan get two dollar medium Lottie's cappuccinos and americanos from two to six PM temperatures cooler tonight in the wake of a cold front falling down into the mid twenties and rebounding only into the mid thirties for Saturday mostly sunny under high pressure still a bit breezy at times win diminishes overnight Saturday leading to temperatures in the upper teens to start out early Sunday morning eyes again that the below average in the upper thirties I storm team ten meteorologist at the McCurry on newsradio nine twenty one four seven FM newsradio nine twenty and won all four seven FM and and time you're listening to ground zero I.

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"pacific gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Coast police in seal beach N. S. will Roger stay beach Malibu they were telling people to be very careful because there were reports of lightning in the area so keep an eye on that see as it moves through Pacific gas Electric also started shutting off power to people in the bay area and up along the northern coast today because of some warm windy weather in those areas definitely not as many people as they were expecting will lose power but still in the tens of thousands of people that are going to be under blackout conditions for now it is time for terror in the skies okay Roger Gary and Shannon's those guys on KFI everyone likes to have a couple pops on a plane right this flight attendant from delta on it more than a couple Tamara Thomson is her name she's twenty seven and they found love Mara seven times over the alcohol limit while on duty at Heathrow assuming that she flew from New York to London they said that it's a hundred and thirty five milligrams of alcohol per one hundred milliliters of blood I'm not sure exactly how that translates to what we would say in terms of our blood alcohol content but it's enough it said enough she was charged with performing an aviation function with a blood alcohol level over the prescribed limit.

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"pacific gas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of Californians are preparing to live without electricity again the state's largest power company Pacific gas and electric says it will decide today if it will have to cut electricity to homes and businesses in thirty six counties could take forty eight hours or longer meteorologist Derek Van Dam says it's a protective measure they want to prevent the hurricane force gusts from taking down live electrical wires and falling into the dry brush below it's the third time in three weeks that the company has warned it may cut off power the US justice department has not yet decided whether it will appeal a ruling by a federal judge yesterday the ruling ordering the state department of the department that is to give the house of representatives secret grand jury testimony from special counsel Robert Muller is investigation Capitol Hill correspondent Phil Mattingly says the ruling was not a good one for Republicans judge actually undercuts directly several of the key defense is the White House and congressional Republicans have given for not complying or not being willing to cooperate with the inquiry Democrats have been running for a little bit more than a month out this process the judge told the justice department to turn over the documents by October thirtieth a senior state department official who oversees the European policy scheduled to testify this morning before house committees investigating president trump American troops will protect Syria's oil fields to keep them from falling into the hands of Islamic state militants several hundred troops could be sent to the oil fields about the same number being withdrawn from the Syrian border with Turkey the Houston Astros came back with a forty one World Series win over the Washington nationals last night nationals manager Davey Martinez there were a little bit aggressive outside the strike zone we took balls I thought we should have a characteristic of what we've been doing the nationals are still ahead two to one in the best of seven series game four is tonight in Washington supercruise the military spokesperson the law offices.

"pacific gas" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"pacific gas" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"America's first news this morning with cordone di thanks for being with us about four hundred fifty thousand northern Californians face the potential of being left in the dark as the state's largest utility shut off power for the second time this month in an effort to avoid the risk of sparking wild fires Pacific gas electric said the preventive outages which began yesterday afternoon would affect about one hundred seventy nine thousand residential and business customer accounts Susan Berman lives in Calistoga we're getting used to but I guess it's kind of a new norm but we're not real happy with it but you know we'd rather be safe in all portions of seventeen counties will lose power bill Johnson president of P. Jeannie said the shut off will last about forty eight hours we understand the hardship caused by the shot option the safety issues that it brings with it but we also understand the heartbreak and devastation of catastrophic wildfires blackouts could also hit southern California starting today officials at southern California Edison said they were considering shut offs to one hundred sixty three thousand customers affected counties include Los Angeles orange riverside and San Bernardino this portion of the program is brought to you by zip recruiter as you know hiring can be a slow process C. O. at cafe El Toro name Dylan Miska what's needed to hire a director of coffee per his organic coffee company but he was having.