The Latest: PG&E line suspected in fire had issues in 2012
CHICO, Calif. (AP) - The Latest on California's wildfires (all times local):
A transmission line that utility Pacific Gas & Electric Company says malfunctioned minutes before Northern California's deadly wildfire was supported by steel towers that toppled over in a fierce 2012 storm.
The Mercury News of San Jose reported Tuesday that trouble on PG&E's 115,000-volt Caribou Palermo line date to December 2012, when five towers toppled.
PG&E proposed replacing six ...