NORTHERN CALIFORNIA-- Some people in Northern California are without power Sunday because of potential fire danger.
Saturday night, Pacific Gas and Electric officials cut off power to more than 10,000 customers. Sunday morning NewsWatch 12 checked the outage map on PG&E's website. Some outages are still in place.
Crews are patrolling power lines and repairing damaged equipment while restoring customers. The outages could last longer than 48 hours.
The town of Paradise is in Butte County. PG&E transmission lines are blamed for starting the Camp Fire last year. The fire killed 85 people.