Pity the poor Facebook/Twitter/YouTube censor. For the first few months, Rob didn’t mind his job moderating videos at YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno. His coworkers were mostly new graduates like himself, many of them liberal arts majors.... Show More Summary
In a surprise move yesterday, Michael Peevey, the President of California’s Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) recused himself from a key proceeding related to a natural gas pipeline explosion that took place in San Bruno four years ago. The CPUC is currently considering whether to impose a proposed $1.4 billion penalty on Pacific Gas & Electric [...]
Stung by criticism that the Public Utilities Commission had developed "too cozy" of a relationship with the state's largest utility, PUC President Michael Peevey removed himself from further proceedings over a huge explosion in 2010 that killed eight people in the Bay Area city of San Bruno.
I first saw "I Know What You Did Last Summer" at the $1.75 Tanforan movie theater in San Bruno, California. It was the day after a holiday and I yelped so loudly at the end (you know what I'm talking about), that my friend Jukey made fun of me on the ride home. Now, we'll all be able to relive that magic again. Read more...
Last Monday, the mayor of San Bruno stood on the steps of the California Public Utilities Commission offices in San Francisco and called for a complete overhaul of the state agency, including the firing of key CPUC officials. The next...Show More Summary
The San Bruno gas pipeline explosion in 2010 killed eight people and destroyed 38 homes. Four years later, litigation is still ongoing. Last year, Pacific Gas & Electric -- the utility company responsible for the pipeline -- was told by the California Public Utility Commission that it should pay $2.25......
Pacific Gas & Electric was charged Tuesday with lying to regulators during the immediate aftermath of the deadly 2010 pipeline explosion that killed eight people and ravaged a San Bruno, Calif., neighborhood.
Before the heroes and villains—there always been Gotham. The cast of “Gotham” was on hand at San Diego Comic-Con International this past week to present the first episode and panel to the con-goers. Latino-Review briefly participated in the roundtable interviews with actor Donal Logue and executive producer Bruno Heller. Show More Summary
San Bruno city officials, furious over what they said were overly friendly communications between utility regulators and Pacific Gas & Electric Co. after a fatal 2010 gas pipeline explosion, called for a state investigation.
Travelers leaving from the San Francisco airport on morning flights know the drill: you stay over the night before at a motel on El Camino Real in San Bruno. Last week I booked the Super 8 which turns out to be perfectly serviceable. As a bonus, it’s right next door to Don Pico’s Mexican Bistro […]
TweetHere you go, here are the hours for USPS Clayton Station 94117 in the Upper Haight: Compare that with the opening time for the big UPS Customer Center at 320 San Bruno Ave. Well forget about Saturday ’cause the UPS aint even open on Saturdays. And M-F, the UPS begrudgingly opens at 9:30 AM. I’ll tell [...]
Warner Bros. Television has once again announced a massive line-up for the San Diego Comic-Con, which kicks off on July 23. The studio is bringing 15 series to Comic-Con from producers including Greg Berlanti,Bruno Heller, Greg Plageman, Julie Plec, Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright, Kevin Williamson and many more.
An unsolved homicide from 25 years ago in San Mateo County in which a woman was sexually assaulted then killed on San Bruno Mountain has been solved, authorities announced Thursday.
PG&E Corp. pleaded not guilty Monday to criminal charges that the company knowingly broke federal safety rules before a fatal natural gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno, Calif., in 2010.
Interfresh, Inc., Orange, Calif., added Stuart Smith to its sales staff in San Bruno, Calif.
Almost four years after an explosion in San Bruno, California, devastated a community, destroying homes and taking lives, the U.S. Government filed a criminal indictment against Pacific Gas and Electric Company ("PG&E") on April 1. The Criminal Indictment The indictment lists 12 counts of violations of the Natural Gas Pipeline......
How can PG&E executives pocket money intended to prevent the deadly gas explosion in San Bruno and not face punishment? Amazing Examiner file photo A federal grand jury in San Francisco yesterday issued a criminal indictment againstShow More Summary
· Caltrain opens new elevated station in San Bruno · Towering redwood smashes into Mill Valley home, displaces residents · Exploding Berkeley redwood felled after lightning strike · The 14 best consignment shops in San Francisco · Upper Haight...
Utility giant Pacific Gas & Electric was charged Tuesday with federal felony counts related to a deadly gas explosion in San Bruno, Calif., in 2010.
Utility giant Pacific Gas & Electric Co. said Thursday it expects federal officials to bring criminal charges against the company in connection with a 2010 gas-pipeline blast that devastated a San Bruno neighborhood and killed eight people.