6:11 a.m. ‘Vast majority’ of PG&E customers to have power restored by late Wednesday: Pacific Gas & Electric Co. said it plans to restore power to most of its customers affected by recent planned outages by the end of the day Wednesday. But first, some 3,000 PG&E workers must inspect nearly 11,000 miles of power lines. They’ll be checking for damage caused by high winds overnight Tuesday, which blew at more than 60 mph in parts of the northern Sierras. Inspections began at daybreak, the utility company said. Read the story here. … [Read more...] about California Wildfires: Live Updates Sept. 8-9
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FILE- In this Aug. 31, 2020 file photo, Miami-Dade County Public Schools' superintendent Alberto Carvalho glances towards student Emily Acosta as she does school work in her mother's class as he stopped by Bob Graham Education Center in Miami Lakes, Fla. Authorities announced, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020, that a 16-year-old student has been arrested for orchestrating a series of network outages and cyberattacks during the first week of school in Florida's largest district. (Carl Juste/Miami Herald via AP, File) less … [Read more...] about Miami-Dade school district cuts ties with online platform
Her comments led the California radio show hosts, who obtained the recording, to speculate about why she chose to use the General Election instead of some other day like Halloween, as a target date, and whether the county health department and schools were trying to manipulate public opinion in favor of the Democrats. … [Read more...] about LA County schools won’t reopen until ‘after the election,” health director says
Villaraigosa is setting a much more frenetic pace, which began Thursday with a scheduled 24 straight hours of campaigning in and around Los Angeles, ending at 7 a.m. Friday and including a 3:20 a.m. appearance at Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood. From there, it’s San Diego on Saturday, Los Angeles on Sunday and Oakland and elsewhere in the Bay Area on Monday. … [Read more...] about Newsom, Cox top new California governor’s poll: Villaraigosa in trouble
“Right now they’re just prisoners: There’s no school, no programs, they’re not even letting them go outside for fresh air,” said Denise, who asked that her last name be withheld to protect her son’s juvenile record. In general, The Chronicle does not identify juveniles accused or found guilty of crimes to protect their privacy, under the newsroom’s reporting policies. … [Read more...] about The coronavirus is spiking in California’s youth prisons. So why isn’t the state letting young prisoners out?