More Videos

New aerial video shows Big Sur's Highway 1 being rebuilt on massive landslide 0:46

New aerial video shows Big Sur's Highway 1 being rebuilt on massive landslide

Arroyo Grande woman reconnects with her family via 123-year-old quilt 1:02

Arroyo Grande woman reconnects with her family via 123-year-old quilt

Thanks, internet — T. rex Tuesdays come stomping into SLO County 1:00

Thanks, internet — T. rex Tuesdays come stomping into SLO County

See Highway 1 being rebuilt over Big Sur's massive landslide 2:07

See Highway 1 being rebuilt over Big Sur's massive landslide

Recreational weed is now legal in California. So what does that mean? 1:14

Recreational weed is now legal in California. So what does that mean?

Videos show frightening zip-line collision that injures woman at Santa Margarita park 6:30

Videos show frightening zip-line collision that injures woman at Santa Margarita park

Watch rescuers save two stranded boaters off Montana de Oro 2:41

Watch rescuers save two stranded boaters off Montana de Oro

Meet Jace Jones, a 5-month-old Paso boy with a rare illness 0:40

Meet Jace Jones, a 5-month-old Paso boy with a rare illness

Watch the Minuteman III missile blast off from Vandenberg 1:04

Watch the Minuteman III missile blast off from Vandenberg

See the new coastal access trail in Morro Bay that survived a lawsuit 0:49

See the new coastal access trail in Morro Bay that survived a lawsuit

  • What will happen to Diablo Canyon after it closes?

    Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant will be shut down in 2025 after its operating licenses expire, owner Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has announced. Here's a look at what will become of the plant, according to a recently revised plan by PG&E consultant TLG Se

Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant will be shut down in 2025 after its operating licenses expire, owner Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has announced. Here's a look at what will become of the plant, according to a recently revised plan by PG&E consultant TLG Se Tribune staff
Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant will be shut down in 2025 after its operating licenses expire, owner Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has announced. Here's a look at what will become of the plant, according to a recently revised plan by PG&E consultant TLG Se Tribune staff

Here’s what you need to know after the first day of PG&E’s Diablo Canyon closure hearings

April 19, 2017 5:35 PM