NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit maps out water pipe breaks and leaks across the Bay Area and shows that some pipes have outlived those who installed them. Read More
Are there hundred-year-old pipes in your neighborhood? Read More
The Investigative Unit requested five years of leak data from major water agencies all over the Bay Read More
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo is trying to shut down two South Bay pot dispensaries that haven't paid the city's Medical Marijuana Tax. Chief Investigative Reporter Tony Kovaleski reports. Read More
This new form of identity theft is more lucrative than credit card theft and poses a health risk too. Read More
An attack on a South Bay electrical substation moved San Jose into the national spotlight. The still unanswered question—was the attack a trial run by potential terrorists? After nearly two years, PG&E has made significant... Read More
For the first time in 30 years the federal government is updating its regulations governing fracking. Read More
Darrell Whitman says the United States Office of Special Counsel began looking into his claims of corruption inside the OSHA Whistleblower Protection Program after he raised concerns about what he calls mismanagement and pressure... Read More
In a stunning admission, the California Environmental Protection Agency wrote on Monday that state officials have allowed thousands of oil and fracking wells to dump waste water into protected underground aquifers. Read More
Is the Bay Area ready for the big one? The NBC Bay Area investigative unit finds out how prepared the Bay is for a big disaster. Read More
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