Once home to the US Navy's largest applied nuclear testing lab, Hunters Point inches toward a radical transformation. But radioactive contamination, falsified data and a $27 billion class-action lawsuit loom. Read More
A federal indictment issued Thursday alleges that longtime Alameda County DA inspector and police officer Harry Hu, accepted all-expense paid Vegas trips in exchange for protecting an Asian gang figure. Read More
The Millennium Tower Homeowners Association is balking at the city’s order Thursday to reinstall protective scaffolding that it took down earlier in the day. The city required the sinking and leaning tower to keep the scaffolding... Read More
Cal Fire blamed PG&E’s equipment for starting at least a dozen fires in six counties last fall. As fierce winds knocked down power lines, the company failed to shut off sections of its power grid. Read More
Scientists fear that California's water supply is under threat by a practice that has been banned in every major oil-producing state. California allows oil companies to dump millions of gallons of wastewater into open, unlined... Read More
The Claremont Hotel and Spa is facing claims from a guest who says she was sexually assaulted by her massage therapist during an appointment last December at the luxury resort. The woman filed a complaint with hotel management, the... Read More
The Navy just released details of its plan to retest the Hunters Point Shipyard for radiation. The Navy found its cleanup contractor, Tetra Tech, manipulated radiation data. The Navy has to redo the work, and on Wednesday... Read More
Hundreds of San Francisco residents may have been wrongfully evicted from their homes, according to an NBC Bay Area investigation. The series of reports prompted government hearings, new laws, and one of the city’s largest housing... Read More
The mysterious crack in a Millennium Tower window has nothing to do with the leaning and sinking of the building. A consulting firm says something hit the window -- on the outside -- way up on the 36th floor. But NBC Bay Area Investigative Reporter Jaxon Van Derbeken tells us a top city leader says he does not buy that explanation, and is demanding a second opinion.
A San Francisco city supervisor who has sought to expose problems at the troubled Millennium Tower was quick to dismiss an engineering firm’s findings that an unknown external impact caused cracking of a 36th floor window... Read More
Maryland Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen introduced new legislation Thursday to prevent foreign ownership or control of companies that support U.S. election systems. The move comes after state leaders were caught by surprise...
With social media creating a “new avenue for threats,” federal authorities are cracking down on dangerous messages sent to government officials. U.S. Capitol Police have testified that investigations into threats against lawmakers...
For months rat-infested trash has been piling up on Ceres Avenue, a street that connects downtown LA's bustling produce and garment districts. Now, health officials say accumulations of trash like this could be a cause of...
The owner of the doomed limo that crashed Saturday, killing 20 people in upstate New York, has a history with the FBI. Shahed Hussain, now the head of Prestige Limousines, pleaded guilty to driver’s license fraud in 2003.