The U.S. Navy is reexamining the cleanup at the Hunters Point Shipyard in San Francisco because it can’t be sure the land is safe for new parks, shops and homes. The government is confirming that it’s now having second thoughts... Read More
The city of Oakland on Wednesday released more than 600 pages of documents related to the Oakland warehouse fire, which killed 36 people attending a dance party at the artist’s commune on Dec. 3. Senior Investigative Reporter Vicky Nguyen reports.
Police confirm at least four San Francisco strip clubs are under criminal investigation after more than 20 patrons filed reports against them, claiming the clubs ran up large, unauthorized charges on their credit or debit cards. Read More
Attorneys for the Millennium Tower have filed legal papers accusing officials with the $2 billion Transbay transit project next to the sinking tower of covering up a “breach” of the $58 million protective wall between the... Read More
In San Francisco, landlords can legally evict their tenants if they – or in some cases, their relatives – want to move into the home. A six-month NBC Bay Area investigation, however, exposed a lack of oversight that may be allowing... Read More
The UC Berkeley professor who vouched that the Millennium Tower foundation met building codes now suggests failure of the now sinking building amounts to an act of God, not man. Read More
A UC Berkeley structural engineering professor is expected to be the star witness Thursday at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors hearing on the sinking and tilting Millennium Tower building. Read More
A group of California trucking companies and others filed a lawsuit in Sacramento County against the state Air Resources Board for the second time, alleging diesel particulate filters cause truck fires. Read More
At an emotional sentencing hearing Monday, a woman recalled how she lost her husband, son and mother-in-law and her personal ordeal after the San Bruno explosion. Read More
San Francisco is testing out a new program that could change the way health inspectors grade restaurants throughout the city. The pilot program allows poorly-rated restaurants to purchase an “inspection do-over” in hopes... Read More
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