SAN BRUNO, Calif. -- West Coast Conference commissioner Jamie Zaninovich has received a three-year contract extension that takes him through May 31, 2017.The WCC announced Friday the decision by the league's presidents' council. Zaninovich -- only ... ESPN.com, 1 day ago
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State utility regulators are mulling a proposal — well, several proposals — to slap Pacific Gas and Electric Co. with a $2.25 billion penalty over the San Bruno explosion. Why that particular number? That's the amount a consultant hired by the ...San Francisco Chronicle, 1 day ago State regulators propose that PG&E be punished with a record $2.25 billion penalty for San Bruno blast SiliconValley.com, 1 week ago Regulators propose $2.25 billion fine for PG&E Individual.com, 1 week ago
San Bruno, CA The West Coast Conference extended the contract of commissioner Jamie Zaninovich on Friday. Zaninovich, who is in his sixth year after being named the league's second commissioner on March 9, 2008, has been extended until May 31, ...FOXNews.com, 1 day ago
(05-15) 07:48 PDT SAN BRUNO -- Caltrain service was delayed Wednesday morning after a person was struck and killed by a train in San Bruno, officials said. A southbound train hit a person on the train tracks between Linden Avenue and Scott Street, a ...San Francisco Chronicle, 4 days ago Caltrain strikes person near San Bruno San Francisco Chronicle, 4 days ago Caltrain hits, kills person San Francisco Chronicle, 4 days ago Caltrain strikes person San Francisco Chronicle, 4 days ago
The $2.25 billion penalty that PG&E may face as a result of the deadly 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion certainly sounds like harsh punishment. State officials proposed the penalty last week, saying the eye-popping price tag was necessary to reform ...San Francisco Chronicle, 4 days ago PG&E hit with big penalty for big natural-gas explosion Grist Magazine, 1 week ago San Bruno seeks $1.25 billion fine for PG&E over pipeline explosion HazardEx, 1 week ago YouTube Is Happy to Take Your Money, but What It Really Wants Are Ad Dollars Benton Foundation, 1 week ago
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The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) two weeks ago wrapped up its investigation of a 2010 gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno, California, and recommended that Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) pay $2.25 billion for its negligence, which ...Homeland Security News Wire, 3 days ago EDITORIAL: PG&E deserves PUC's $2.25 billion penalty Individual.com, 1 week ago California may fine PG&E US$2bl over San Bruno gas fire TheStar.com.my, 1 week ago California may fine PG&E US$2.25bil over San Bruno gas fire TheStar.com.my, 1 week ago
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SERRA SAN BRUNO, ITALY Enrico Battaglin of Italy sprinted to victory on the fourth stage of the Giro dItalia on Tuesday, while compatriot Luca Paolini retained the overall leader's pink jersey. Battaglin beat fellow Italians Fabio Felline and ...Japan Times, 1 week ago Battaglin sprints to maiden Giro win Gulf Daily News, 1 week ago Ryder Hesjedal in 5th after 4th Giro dItalia stage; Italian takes top spot Metronews, 1 week ago Battaglin wins 4th Giro stage, Paolini keeps... Arab News, 1 week ago
Utility giant Pacific Gas & Electric should pay a record $2.25-billion penalty for a 2010 natural gas explosion in San Bruno that killed eight people and devastated a neighborhood, regulators recommended Monday. If approved by the California Public ...Individual.com, 1 week ago Record $2.25-billion fine recommended in San Bruno explosion Los Angeles Times, 1 week ago San Bruno Gas Explosion May Net $2.25B Fine Courthouse News Service, 1 week ago California urges record $2.5 billion fine for natural gas blast Christian Science Monitor, 1 week ago
SAN FRANCISCO -- Consumer advocates and city officials have proposed penalties ranging from $1.7 billion to $2.25 billion to punish PG&E for the 2010 natural gas disaster in San Bruno, which PG&E's top executives called unprecedented Monday.SiliconValley.com, 1 week ago PG&E braces for penalties to punish it for natural gas disaster in San Bruno Individual.com, 1 week ago Fine of $2.5 billion suggested for PG UPI, 1 week ago
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