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The federal judge overseeing PG&E’s criminal probation for a 2016 pipeline safety conviction is suggesting he may restrict the bonuses the company awards its managers and allow incentives only when the utility meets its state-mandated wildfire safety goals.

President Trump will go on abusing his office and imperiling elections unless the Senate removes him, House Democrats argued on Friday as they wrapped their opening presentation in Trump's impeachment trial.

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., warned in some of his strongest language yet that what he called Trump's venality and moral bankruptcy would only grow worse if Congress allows him to remain president after what Democrats say he's committed.

On Sunday, San Francisco’s Clay Theatre will close its doors to moviegoers after more than a century in business.

The impending closure of this single-screen independent movie theater in Pacific Heights, known for its arthouse screenings and midnight movies, has been a cause for sorrow for many in the Bay Area — including filmmaker John Waters.

One of the Clay’s claims to San Francisco cinema history was a midnight premiere of Waters’ “Pink Flamingos” in 1972.

On Sunday, San Francisco’s Clay Theatre will close its doors to moviegoers after more than a century in business.

The impending closure of this single-screen independent movie theater in Pacific Heights, known for its arthouse screenings and midnight movies, has been a cause for sorrow for many in the Bay Area — including filmmaker John Waters.

One of the Clay’s claims to San Francisco cinema history was a midnight premiere of Waters’ “Pink Flamingos” in 1972.

Scott Zollinger was well on his way to building a new barn on his property in Marion County and putting enough solar panels on top of it to offset the cost of electricity for his family’s home.

The design plans were drafted. The first payment was made on the solar panels. Zollinger had even applied and been approved for about $30,000 in state and federal tax credits on the $59,000 solar project.

Then he got a report from his utility, Portland General Electric, on the impact his project would have on the electric grid.

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