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    1. A key witness from the National Transportation Safety Board told jurors that PG&E's misled investigators and that the utilities flawed records raised a 'red flag'

    2. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. cut its pipeline inspection budget by more than 25 percent in 2009, the year before the deadly San Bruno explosion, and got a warning sign soon afterward with a report that 15 of the company’s pipes had experienced gas pressures above legal limits, according to records disclosed Thursday at the utility’s criminal trial. Jurors considering felony pipeline-safety ...

    3. PG&E kept faulty pipeline records, witness says

      San Francisco ChronicleJun 29 03:37 PM

      A Pacific Gas and Electric Co. engineer testified Wednesday that the company relied on records that it knew were faulty when it spiked pressure on its gas pipelines, including the line that later exploded in San Bruno. “It was commonly known amongst the organization that it wasn’t a perfect database,” Todd Arnett told a federal court jury in San Francisco that is considering 13 criminal charges...

    4. PG&E defense witness denies misleading NTSB

      San Mateo Daily JournalJul 22 05:12 AM

      PG&E Co.’s first defense witness in its criminal trial told a U.S. jury in San Francisco Thursday that company employees never sought to impede a federal probe of a fatal pipeline explosion in San Bruno.

    5. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. records in 2009 listed 33 past leaks with unknown causes on the same aging gas pipeline that exploded in San Bruno in 2010, a PG&E engineer told a federal court jury Friday. Called as a prosecution witness in PG&E’s trial on charges of criminal violations of pipeline-safety laws, David Aguiar testified that his job was to examine pipelines for external evidence of ...

    6. A senior PG&E engineer testified at the utility's criminal trial in federal court that he never knowingly violated regulations.

    7. Pacific Gas & Electric Co. ignored pipeline safety regulations to cut costs and tried to cover up its illegal practices by misleading federal officials investigating a deadly explosion of one of its natural gas pipelines in the San Francisco Bay Area, a federal prosecutor said Friday as a criminal...

    8. The chief investigator in a National Transportation Safety Board probe into the fatal 2010 pipeline explosion in San Bruno testified at PG&E's criminal trial in San Francisco Wednesday that he believes the utility misled him.

    9. In neighborhoods throughout the Bay Area, residents feel that the use illegal fireworks is out of control, and this year cities from San Jose to Walnut Creek to Oakland are stepping up efforts to fight their use.

    10. Illegal fireworks make July 4 no fun for some

      Oakland TribuneJul 01 10:53 AM

      In neighborhoods throughout the Bay Area, residents feel that the use illegal fireworks is out of control, and this year cities from San Jose to Walnut Creek to Oakland are stepping up efforts to fight their use.

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