Chief Investigator Tony Kovaleski updates a hidden camera investigation exposing how tax dollars are slipping through the tracks on VTA’s light rail system. Read More
Two former San Francisco Herb & Natural Food Company employees talk exclusively with Chief Investigator Tony Kovaleski about the culture inside the Fremont warehouse that led the state to embargo more than a million pounds... Read More
A Bay Area family won’t have to file for bankruptcy and the senior care facility they’ve operated for decades in Santa Cruz will remain open. The owner of Steven’s Creek Auto Mall withheld the money from the sale of a... Read More
Fremont company recalls 16 products due to contamination of filth following NBC Bay Area investigation. Read More
California health department issues embargo, calls for national recall at east bay food distributor. Read More
Investigative reporter Stephen Stock discovers that hundreds of millions of your tax dollars set aside to help small businesses survive instead go to huge corporations, including dozens in the Bay Area. Read More
Elyce Kirchner examines the power of the bicycle community and finds that despite a swell of bike-friendly legislation in the Bay Area, no studies have conclusively shown that bike lanes make cyclists safer. Read More
Investigative reporter Vicky Nguyen takes a look at the mass lawsuits targeting people who illegally download and share porn. But some innocent people say they're being wrongly accused by lawyers who just want them to pay... Read More
A family vacation in Hawaii took a frightening turn when a 16-year-old from Livermore was bitten in the leg by a shark. NBC Bay Area's Elyce Kirchner reports.
Chief Investigative Reporter Tony Kovaleski reports on new information surrounding his series of investigations into fan violence at Bay Area sporting venues. This video was posted on June 27, 2012 at 3:30 p.m. Read More
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