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The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit

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.

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.

Friday, Jul 10, 2015 at 11:49 AM PDT

Tony Kovaleski

Tony Kovaleski

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Chief Investigator Tony Kovaleski leads The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit, home to some of the country's top investigative reporters. The unit is dedicated to uncovering the truth, holding the powerful accountable and making the Bay Area a better place to live. Do you have a story for the unit to investigate? Contact TheUnit@NBCBayArea.com or call 888-996-TIPS.
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Body Found Believed to Be of Missing Girl

Body Found Believed to Be of Missing Girl

Santa Cruz police late Monday said they found a young girl's body believed to be that of Madyson Middleton, an 8-year-old girl who went missing Sunday.

Meeting Addresses Safety Concerns Along Caltrain Tracks

Meeting Addresses Safety Concerns Along Caltrain Tracks

A community meeting was held Monday to discuss a pilot program involving cameras and fencing along a stretch of Caltrain tracks in Palo Alto as part of an effort to prevent future deaths.

Balcony Collapse Survivors Treated in San Jose

Balcony Collapse Survivors Treated in San Jose

Some of the injured survivors of last month's balcony collapse in Berkeley are getting treatment in the South Bay.

Boy Scouts Ends Ban on Gay Scout Leaders

Boy Scouts Ends Ban on Gay Scout Leaders

The Boy Scouts of America have ended a blanket ban on gay adult leaders while allowing church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion because of their faith.

Missing Teacher's Family Determined to "Find Ed Today"

Missing Teacher's Family Determined to "Find Ed Today"

As the search for a missing San Francisco teacher heads into its third day, his family remains unflaggingly hopeful.

More Than Half of Bay Area Carpool Lanes Run Slow: Study

More Than Half of Bay Area Carpool Lanes Run Slow: Study

Not so fast. That's what a federal study found about more than half of the Bay Area's carpool lanes.

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