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SAN FRANCISCO | Utility seeks bankruptcy protection over California fires

SAN FRANCISCO —January 14, 2019—  The nation’s largest utility said Monday it is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy because it faces at least $30 billion in potential damages from lawsuits over the catastrophic wildfires in California in 2017 and 2018 that killed scores of people and destroyed thousands of homes. The move by Pacific Gas & … Continue reading SAN FRANCISCO | Utility seeks bankruptcy protection over California fires

Trang Dunlap Group, a Top Producing Bay Area Real Estate Team, has Been Accepted into Forbes Real Estate Council for 2019

  SAN FRANCISCO/ JANUARY 10, 2019 (STL.News) The Trang Dunlap Group, a top producing Bay Area Real Estate Team, has been accepted into Forbes Real Estate Council, an invitation-only community for executives in the real estate industry. Trang Dunlap was vetted and selected by a review committee based on the depth and diversity of her … Continue reading Trang Dunlap Group, a Top Producing Bay Area Real Estate Team, has Been Accepted into Forbes Real Estate Council for 2019

NEW YORK | AP source: Jets hire former Dolphins coach Adam Gase

NEW YORK   —January 09, 2019—  A person familiar with the decision says the New York Jets have hired former Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase as their head coach. Gase was 23-26 in three seasons with Miami, including a playoff game in 2016, before being fired after this season. The 40-year-old coach worked as an assistant with … Continue reading NEW YORK | AP source: Jets hire former Dolphins coach Adam Gase

SACRAMENTO, Calif | California bill would require businesses to offer e-receipts

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—January 08, 2019— California would become the first state to require businesses to offer electronic receipts unless customers ask for paper copies under legislation proposed on Tuesday. Many businesses and consumers already are moving toward e-receipts, said Democratic Assemblyman Phil Ting of San Francisco. But he said a law is needed because many consumers don’t … Continue reading SACRAMENTO, Calif | California bill would require businesses to offer e-receipts

Giving big-money to quarterbacks guarantees nothing

—Jan 03, 2019  — Giving quarterbacks big money doesn’t guarantee success or even playoff appearances. The NFL’s six highest-paid quarterbacks in 2018 will be spectators this postseason. Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers ($33.5 million), Atlanta’s Matt Ryan ($30 million), Minnesota’s Kirk Cousins ($28 million), San Francisco’s Jimmy Garoppolo ($27.5 million), Detroit’s Matthew Stafford ($27 million) and … Continue reading Giving big-money to quarterbacks guarantees nothing

SAN FRANCISCO | Prosecutors: Fires may mean PG&E violated criminal sentence

SAN FRANCISCO— A California utility’s role in igniting wildfires last year could allow a judge to find that it violated terms of its criminal sentence in a 2010 gas pipeline explosion that killed eight people, federal prosecutors said Monday. In a court filing, the U.S. attorney’s office in San Francisco said state investigations blamed Pacific … Continue reading SAN FRANCISCO | Prosecutors: Fires may mean PG&E violated criminal sentence

Plenty of playoff implications going into Week 17

There are plenty of playoff implications heading into the final day of the NFL’s regular season on Sunday. Already in the playoffs, the Texans need a win over the Jaguars to clinch the AFC South. In Kansas City, the Chiefs need a win over Oakland to clinch the AFC West and home-field advantage throughout the … Continue reading Plenty of playoff implications going into Week 17

SAN FRANCISCO | Sheriff blames sanctuary law for California officer’s death

SAN FRANCISCO — A suspected drunken driver accused of killing a California police officer who pulled him over was captured Friday as he tried to flee back to Mexico, where he lived before illegally crossing into the U.S., authorities said. The sheriff leading the investigation blamed California’s sanctuary law for preventing local authorities from reporting … Continue reading SAN FRANCISCO | Sheriff blames sanctuary law for California officer’s death