The embattled utility company, which filed for bankruptcy protection in January, said it's taking a $10.5 billion charge for claims connected to the fire.
By Sudhin Thanawala, Cathy Bussewitz, Associated Press
In Paradise, California, thousands of residents are trying to cope with disruption and displacement resulting from November's devastating Camp Fire. Children attend school in a repurposed hardware store, where counselors try to help them manage their trauma. Meanwhile, amidst millions…
By Cat Wise
The nation's largest utility is trying to relieve itself of some of the billions of dollars in damages it could face as a result of California's devastating wildfires.
By Sudhin Thanawala, Associated Press
The state's firefighting agency concluded that the fire started next to a residence. The agency did not find any violations of state law.
By Don Thompson, Associated Press
By Cathy Bussewitz, Associated Press
Officials are investigating whether the utility's equipment sparked a wildfire in Northern California in November that killed at least 86 people and destroyed 15,000 homes.
By Gretchen Frazee
Many of them will likely find they do not have enough insurance to cover the cost of rebuilding.
By Chloe Veltman, KQED
Despite being evacuated nearly two weeks ago from their homes in the wake of spreading wildfires, residents of the town of Butte Creek Canyon have joined forces to save the local salmon population.
By Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
Once the rain clears, state officials say they will be able to determine if the wildfires that have devastated parts of California is fully out.
Survivors and rescue workers were committed to creating some semblance of normalcy, which meant a Thanksgiving feast -- turkey, stuffing and potatoes included -- provided entirely by volunteers.
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