Nightly Buzz

Nightly Buzz, Nov. 7, 2019: PG&E compensation + Ranch Fire injuries + state worker healthcare perk

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Did PG&E shut off your power? Here’s how much you’ll be compensated

PG&E announced customers who lost power in the Oct. 9 public safety power shutoff will receive an average of $122 in compensation.

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3 injured as crews continue fighting Ranch Fire

The Ranch Fire in Tehama County has not grown since Tuesday, but three people have been injured in connection with the fire.

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New health care perk for 102,000 state workers

More than 100,000 California state workers are eligible for a new health insurance benefit worth about $3,100 per year.

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A bit of history on the market for $1.425 million

A historic home built in Fair Oaks in 1899 can be yours for just over $1.4 million.

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