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By Sabra Ayres, Associated Press
Roughly 1 in 6 American households are behind on utility bills, as energy prices surge across the U.S. to the highest level in nearly 15 years. In the UK, household energy bills are up 80% compared to last year. Bloomberg…
More than 1 million people were expected to be in the dark during what officials have said could be the strongest wind event in California this year.
By Associated Press
A natural gas explosion has leveled three row houses in Baltimore, killing a woman and trapping others. Six people have been hospitalized.
By Julio Cortez, Associated Press
A federal bankruptcy judge on Tuesday approved two Pacific Gas & Electric settlements totaling $24.5 billion to help pay the losses suffered by homeowners, businesses and insurers in the aftermath of catastrophic Northern California wildfires that sent the nation’s largest…
By Michael Liedtke, Associated Press
By Jocelyn Gecker, Associated Press
The blackouts impact a half-million people — or nearly 180,000 customers — in 15 counties.
By Jocelyn Gecker, Christopher Weber, Associated Press
Pacific Gas & Electric Company said it would begin precautionary power shutoffs Wednesday afternoon to nearly 180,000 homes and businesses in portions of 17 counties.
The power is still out across a wide swath of Northern California. Officials from utility company PG&E are conducting a planned blackout to reduce the risk of wildfire from high winds mixing with dry weather. But anger is building among…
Sandy Recovery Continues at Slow Pace as People Wait for FEMA Relief…
Danger Rises with Prolonged Searing Heat, Maryland Governor Says…
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