A proposal in Sacramento to change state law to monitor, regulate and track every well that uses hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” has moved closer to becoming state law. The Bill, titled SB4, was introduced by State... Read More
Infrared technology designed to navigate fire trucks to a crash scene and detect heat was purchased but not installed at the time of the Flight 214 crash. Read More
San Francisco Board of Supervisors President David Chiu has admonished WB Coyle, a prominent real estate broker from district. “The WB Coyles of the world are not only not welcome in my district, or in San Francisco, but ought to... Read More
NBC Bay Area learned Sysco Corporation rented 14 outdoor public storage units for years and used them as makeshift warehouses for raw meats, milk, and produce destined for restaurants and other clients across Northern Read More
The Investigative Unit’s exclusive hidden camera investigation prompts immediate action by CA health inspectors; Sysco Corporation--one of the country's largest food distributors with 400 thousand clients worldwide--is facing major... Read More
The Investigative Unit finds raw meat, dairy, and produce among the food items kept in hot outdoor storage lockers rented by Sysco Corporation, one of the nation’s largest food distributors; the discovery has prompted state health... Read More
Our hidden cameras capture some Bay Area technicians making questionable claims about thermography and how effective it is in detecting breast cancer. The FDA has approved thermography as a test women can use in addition... Read More
Hotels around San Francisco International Airport have been flooded with passengers whose flights were delayed or canceled because of the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214. Most hotels were sold out, but... Read More
California has the second highest rate of boating accidents annually. Florida has the most. The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit has discovered the Golden State has some of the most lax safety regulations nationwide. Read More
A university professor is no longer teaching at San Jose State University following an NBC Bay Area investigation. For the first time since she learned the instructor is no longer employed by SJSU, the student at the center of the... Read More
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