PG&E's new chief grilled as utility is blamed for blaze
Pacific Gas and Electric Co.'s new CEO yesterday pledged a "laser focus" on safety, as a state investigation blamed the utility for starting the deadliest wildfire in state history.
Firefighter suicides rise in wake of fierce, deadly blazes
The death toll from extreme fires in California is rising from an unexpected source: Firefighters are committing suicide.
Calif. moves to ban chlorpyrifos
California will seek to ban the controversial pesticide chlorpyrifos, citing evidence that even minimal exposure damages children's brains.
Los Angeles unveils version of Green New Deal
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (D) today unveiled an ambitious plan to make the nation's second-largest city a Green New Deal leader, with lofty goals for electric vehicles and zero-emissions buildings.
Calif. grapples with soaring costs of bigger blazes
California lawmakers are beginning to scrutinize a number of painful options for funding billions of dollars in damages caused by repeated wildfires.