Some customers who were affected by the October 26 power shutoffs may be affected by the outages today.
PG&E's latest shutdown could see customers affected by the shutdown on Saturday left without power until Thursday.
City officials have prohibited outdoor water use and said residents should restrict indoor use "as much as possible" until the emergency is under control. The California blazes will continue to wreak havoc this week.
The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning urging people in the San Francisco Bay Area to prepare for dangerously strong offshore winds that will cause fires to spread rapidly.
After high winds blew debris onto power lines, 5,000 customers in eastern El Paso were left without power for over an hour yesterday.
PG&E has begun its planned shutdown, here's where you can check the power outage map to see if you will be affected.
PG&E is considering a planned power outage in Northern California to reduce the risk of wildfires—here's where could be affected.
More than 200,000 households and businesses will be without power for the second time in October.
Nearly 200,000 people are still without power across Massachusetts and Maine on Friday following a record-shattering storm. Winds of up to 50 mph battered the New England states, while New York City, Boston, and Portland, Maine felt winds of at least 39 mph, according to reports.
Nearly 320,000 have been left without power in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and other parts of the Northeast as the powerful nor'easter rips across the region.
Outages are also affecting Oakland including areas San Antonio, Bella Vista, Jingletown and Fruitvale.
"Please stay in Iowa. Your lack of leadership is mind bending," one Twitter user said in a reply to de Blasio.
Dozens of flights cancelled or delayed at Los Angeles International Airport due to four hour power outage.
Hurricane Michael made landfall with wind speeds of 155 miles per hour, just short of a Category 5.
At least two people have died, with the death toll expected to rise.
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After Hurricane Maria slammed Puerto Rico 100 days ago, many people on the island are still living without power and basic necessities.
Affected areas will see a wholesale rebuild of the electrical grid, which could be considered the longest restoration in U.S. history.
U.S. cyber intelligence firm iSight Partners linked the incident to a Russian hacking group known as "Sandworm."
The Midwest was expected to experience bad weather on Monday, hours before the MLB's Home Run Derby.