PG&E is about to begin shutting off power for nearly 800,000 customers in California to prevent wildfires. Get the latest details in our LIVE PG&E POWER SHUTOFF COVERAGE.
The PG&E power blackout is being implemented due to a fire threat from high winds and low humidity Wednesday and Thursday. Power will start to be turned off sometime after midnight, and the shutoff may last several days in some areas. (The blackout will take place in parts of Central and Southern California.) It's estimated that 2 million people may be affected. In this interactive live stream, host Steve Lookner brings you the latest updates on the PG&E California electricity shutoffs, and he'll also read your comments and questions on the air!
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