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Friday, Apr 27, 2012 at 06:59 AM PDT

More Cars, Not Less, Better for HOV

More Cars, Not Less, Better for HOV

A recent study found changes to carpool lane rules are adding to Bay Area freeway congestion. So what is Caltrans doing about it?

Monday, Apr 16, 2012 at 02:04 PM PDT

Investigating Red Light Cameras

Investigating Red Light Cameras

Are red light cameras more about safety or the fines that go with them?

Friday, Mar 7, 2014 at 06:15 PM PST

Chairlift Death Raises Safety Concerns

Chairlift Death Raises Safety Concerns

7-year-old John Henderson fell an estimated 60 feet from a chairlift at Sugar Bowl Ski Resort on December 18th, 2011. The Davis resident died two days later at a local hospital. California is one of the few...

Monday, Jan 30, 2012 at 12:14 PM PST

SF Politicos Score Free Tickets

SF Politicos Score Free Tickets

The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit looks at why San Francisco elected officials are getting free access to the NFC Championship game.

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Death Toll in Oakland Warehouse Fire Rises to 33

Death Toll in Oakland Warehouse Fire Rises to 33

Thirty-three people were confirmed dead Sunday after a horrific Oakland warehouse blaze that has since been deemed one of the country’s deadliest structure fires, sheriff's officials said.

Seven Victims Identified in Deadly Oakland Warehouse Fire

Seven Victims Identified in Deadly Oakland Warehouse Fire

Seven of the 33 victims who died in the Oakland warehouse fire late Friday night were identified Sunday evening by Oakland officials.

Operator of Ill-Fated Warehouse is Convicted Felon: Records

Operator of Ill-Fated Warehouse is Convicted Felon: Records

The man who founded and ran the artists collective at the Ghost Ship warehouse where dozens of people died in a massive fire is a convicted felon and on probation, according to Alameda County court records.

Survivors Describe Living Conditions in Burned Warehouse

Survivors Describe Living Conditions in Burned Warehouse

Two artists say they lived in the “24 hour art studio” among 15-20 other residents; they say landlord knew people lived there and failed to fix electrical problems in the building.

After Major Victory, Pipeline Protesters to Defy Deadline

After Major Victory, Pipeline Protesters to Defy Deadline

Protesters celebrated a major victory in their push to reroute the Dakota Access oil pipeline away from a tribal water source but pledged to remain camped on federal land in North Dakota anyway, despite Monday's...

Family of Woman Who Owns Oakland Warehouse Sends Condolences

Family of Woman Who Owns Oakland Warehouse Sends Condolences

The family of Chor Ng, the property owner of Oakland’s Ghost Ship, sounded tired and overwhelmed Saturday afternoon after learning early that morning about the fatal fire that killed at least 24 people.

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