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Lawmakers Criticize Low Bar for Green Energy Subsidy

Lawmakers Criticize Low Bar for Green Energy Subsidy

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State assemblymen and environmentalists question standards for hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidies benefiting private companies, including Silicon Valley fuel cell maker Bloom Energy Read More

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Aug 24, 2015 Share
Who Gets the Most Clean Energy Subsidies?

Who Gets the Most Clean Energy Subsidies?

Since 2007, Bloom Energy received the lions share of ratepayer subsidies for self-generating energy technology despite relying mostly on natural gas as a fuel. Read More

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Aug 12, 2015 Share
Gift a Vet Can't Back Up Donation Claims

Gift a Vet Can't Back Up Donation Claims

A look into the apparent founders of "Gift a Vet" turned up a history of run-ins with law enforcement and no records that Gift a Vet has helped a single veteran. Read More

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Aug 7, 2015 Share
No Preferential Treatment for Smith in Latest Arrest

No Preferential Treatment for Smith in Latest Arrest

The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit found Aldon Smith received no preferential treatment after his latest DUI arrest. Two years ago, Aldon Smith was allowed a short stay in jail and left out the back door. Read More

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Aug 6, 2015 Share
FDA Warns Hospitals to Stop Using Hackable Medical Device

FDA Warns Hospitals to Stop Using Hackable Medical Device

A Bay Area security expert shows how a popular medical device that regulates IV drips can be hacked and controlled over a wireless network. Read More

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Jul 31, 2015 Share
Passengers File New Lawsuit Related to Asiana 214 Crash

Passengers File New Lawsuit Related to Asiana 214 Crash

A new lawsuit involving the crash of Asiana Flight 214 has been filed in Federal Court in San Francisco. The suit targets Boeing, not Asiana, and cites the plane's auto-pilot system. Read More

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Jul 30, 2015 Share
New CPUC President Says Position 'Most Frustrating Job' He's Had

New CPUC President Says Position 'Most Frustrating Job' He's Had

Michael Picker, the new president of the California Public Utilities Commission, sat down with NBC Bay Area for his first in-depth television interview. Read More

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Jul 20, 2015 Share
Surgeons' Performances Scored for the First Time

Surgeons' Performances Scored for the First Time

NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit explores unprecedented surgeon performance data published and analyzed by ProPublica and what it means for the medical community. Read More

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Jul 20, 2015
The Bay Area's 'Structurally Deficient' Bridges

The Bay Area's 'Structurally Deficient' Bridges

The I-10 bridge that collapsed was one of hundreds of California bridges state engineers have deemed "structurally deficient" Read More

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Jul 15, 2015 Share
Insiders Question Big South Bay Water Contract

Insiders Question Big South Bay Water Contract

Board members and insiders at the Santa Clara Valley Water District question CEO Beau Goldie’s decision to expedite a multimillion-dollar single-source contract with a consulting firm that has an inside connection to the district. Read More

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