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POLITICS | How power shutoffs are changing California’s way of life

POLITICS | How power shutoffs are changing California’s way of life

By MACKENZIE MAYS, ANGELA HART and COLBY BERMEL SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Joe Fatula left the Bay Area in 2017 wanting to settle down in the mountains somewhere quiet. He chose Colfax, a small town rich with Gold Country history, and became mayor last year with the goal of boosting business on Main Street. But his sanctuary turned apocalyptic in […]

SCE – Power Shutoff – Electrical Circuits Countywide

SCE – Power Shutoff – Electrical Circuits Countywide

Southern California Edison LNO Circuit List with Periods of Concern Chart  As of Tuesday 10/29/2019 Circuit List All Counties Report #1 at 11:00 Period of Concern County Incorporated City/Cities Unincorporated Communities/Areas Circuit(s) Circuit Notification Status 10/29 Tuesday 10/30 Wednesday Ventura Fillmore Sespe Village; Keith Oak Village ANGUS Update  0900-1800 Ventura Moorpark ANTON Update 0900-1800 Ventura […]

California wildfires force more than 50,000 evacuations after ‘historic wind event,’ more power shutoffs

California wildfires force more than 50,000 evacuations after ‘historic wind event,’ more power shutoffs

By David Aaro | Fox News Authorities have ordered at least 50,000 people in Northern California to evacuate on Saturday as a potentially “catastrophic” wind event could amplify the wildfires that have scorched the area. The entire towns of Healdsburg and Windsor are set to evacuate ahead of strong winds that may lead to erratic fire behavior. The Sonoma County Sheriff’s […]

A New Dark Age: California’s Blackouts Are Self-Inflicted

A New Dark Age: California’s Blackouts Are Self-Inflicted

By Jarrett Stepman / @JarrettStepman  California, the richest state in the nation—and one that’s often portrayed as the progressive harbinger of the future for the rest of the country—has been hit with its latest Third World-style disaster. On top of high poverty rates, skyrocketing homelessness, rising crime, and the return of medieval-sounding diseases, the state—specifically, the San […]