Episode 23: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada talk about how to reduce the conflict and celebrate the traditions of these three holidays.
To prevent arcing, lines now shut down at the first sign of interrupted power.
Q: Tim, it's a very long story, and don't think I'm crazy. I'm building a new home and wondering if I can install all the electrical wiring myself. It's not a big home, but it's got all the things going on you'd normally have in a home, including quite a few three- and four-way switches. I've watched a bunch of online videos, I've read a few authoritative books and I'm feeling pretty confident. What am I missing? What would you do if you were me? —Margo F., Albany, Ga.
Flex alerts are called when generation or transmission outages are stressing the electric grid or when hot temperatures persist.
David and Victoria Beckham have installed a £7,000 ice cream machine in their Cotswold home, which will replicate treats from the American fast food chain Wendy’s.
Episode 13: Also discussed is the role luck plays in our lives, and why some people rely more on superstitions and the supernatural instead of logic and science.
Episode 11: Scott Rada and Richard Kyte talk about how their different life experiences frame how they each look at firearm safety. Later, they discuss a recent poll that shows most Americans no longer belong to a church.
Podcast: Topics include whether you should teach children that police officers are their friends, how much to reveal when selling a used car and if telling people with Alzheimer's disease the whole truth is always appropriate.
Episode 9: From COVID-19 to the threat of natural disasters, we examine how people can cope with these and other risks — some real and some overblown — and why people react the way they do.
Your washer and dryer help you with weekly cleaning, but you’re probably neglecting what’s happening underneath. Cleaning and organization TikTok creator @cleanwithnessa shows just how satisfying moving your appliances and vacuuming up the dusty mess underneath can be.
The move to renewables isn’t just about fighting climate change, it’s about stopping energy pollution in low-income communities, former Assembly member V. Manuel Perez says.
PG&E asks customers in Calistoga to be prepared for possible power outages from midnight, Feb. 3 through Feb. 4, as it tests new fire-prevention technology.
Episode 3: We also discuss who should get the vaccine first, and whether prisoners should be at the front of the line.
New gear should keep most Napa County homes and businesses with power in future public safety power shutoffs, PG&E says.
Finally came the conclusion. This is when scientists look at their data and figure out what happened and what can be improved. Fan, Crouchley and Prawira all say they could have done things differently with more supplies and time. They were also surprised they won or came close to winning the contest.
The city is drawing on its experience during last October's power shutoffs to improve its emergency readiness.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! It's also a dangerous time of the year. Sometimes kids and holiday decorations don't mix.
My son gave me a digital thermometer last year for Christmas and I've used it a thousand times since. These gadgets are highly practical and a useful addition to any kitchen. Taylor's instant-read model has a temperature range from -58 to 446-degrees Fahrenheit.
We all love the idea of having a washer, refrigerator or smart appliance that gives us important messages and guides our next steps.
Smart home enthusiasts love Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa, so it’s no surprise the same tech savvy set loves Echo Flex smart plugs. If you’ve ever wanted to quickly and cheaply add Alexa to a few more rooms in your home, these Echo Flex plugs will make your house a little smarter instantly.