From Bay Area tech workers living in tiny offices to families squeezing into illegally converted garages, the lack of affordable housing has prompted an unknown number of people into potentially unsafe living conditions. Read More
Hundreds of U.S. Military veterans have had their families torn apart by a policy that targets non-citizens. NBC Bay Area's Investigative Unit focuses on one family and a decade-long fight to be together. Read More
Records dating back more than ten years show the state and federal government were warned about problems at the Oroville Spillway, and the latest dam inspection report filed last September raises similar issues. 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. Read More
As the immigration debate plays out in the United States, NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit finds one group trapped in a legal quandary by U.S. policy dating back to the Clinton Administration. After they fought in Iraq... Read More
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
Receive the latest stories from the Investigative Unit in your email.
The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit is a nationally-recognized reporting team. Members of the Investigative Unit have won numerous accolades such as the Emmy Award, the Edward R. Murrow Award and the National Press Club Award.
See our full list of our awards here