California Public Utilities Commission

Latest California Public Utilities Commission Items
  • FILE - In this Dec. 2, 2011, file photo, crews from Southern California Edison power company work to clean up and restore power on Live Oak Avenue, in Temple City, Calif. California regulators have proposed a $24.5 million penalty for Southern California Edison after this 2011 windstorm that left more than 400,000 without power and an incident in which three people were electrocuted.  (AP Photo/Bret Hartman, File)

    $24.5M penalty proposed for Edison over windstorm

    One of California's largest utilities has agreed to pay a $24.5 million penalty for safety violations uncovered after a 2011 windstorm left more than 400,000 customers without lights and a power-line failure electrocuted three family members, state regulators announced Thursday.


  • $24.5M penalty proposed for Edison over windstorm

    One of California's largest utilities has agreed to pay a $24.5 million penalty for safety violations uncovered after a 2011 windstorm left more than 400,000 customers without lights and a power-line failure electrocuted three family members, state regulators announced Thursday.


  • Auditor says CPUC accounts are poorly managed

    California's state auditor says utility regulators are not doing enough to protect ratepayers from possible unfair hikes to gas and electric bills.


  • Utilities ordered to ask customers to save water

    Investor-owned water companies in California have been ordered to request voluntary conservation from customers to reduce their water consumption by 20 percent, officials said Friday.


  • California regulators sued for gas blast documents

    The San Francisco Bay Area city that was the site of a deadly 2010 gas line explosion is suing state regulators over documents and emails related to the blast.


  • Calif. regulators mull electricity pricing changes

    California utilities regulators are considering a new electricity pricing system that would likely result in bigger bills for most ratepayers.


  • Katina, a 34-year-old killer whale, swims with her newborn at SeaWorld Orlando in Orlando, Fla. Katina gave birth Saturday night to her seventh calf. (Associated Press)

    American Scene

    A killer whale has given birth to her seventh calf at SeaWorld Orlando.


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