Prosecutors in California reportedly have seized parts from several PG&E (PCG -3.8%) transmission towers for testing at the FBI laboratory in Quantico, Va., as part of the ongoing criminal investigation into last month's deadly Camp Fire.
Crews have removed parts off several towers along a 16-mile stretch of the power line that has become the target of a grand jury probe, according to the report.
Meanwhile, San Francisco's Mayor Breed says she wants to use PG&E's bankruptcy to take over some of the company’s assets for the city’s power needs, a move that would shake up the company and remake California's energy landscape.
The mayor says she is awaiting the release of a study later this month that would outline the feasibility of assuming control of PG&E's local infrastructure.
Finally, PG&E says it is rescheduling its annual shareholders meeting to June from May 21 to allow additional time following its selection of the new board.