San Francisco’s Muni started testing Friday on a fix for the problem doors on its new fleet. Officials are optimistic that now-closed rear doors could get regulatory approval needed to reopen the doors as soon as next week. Read More
Vallejo Police have the highest number of people shot by police officers, per capita, in Northern California. That’s the third highest in the entire state. NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit spent a month riding along with... Read More
Nearly 300 scientists from across the country and abroad believe actions taken by the U.S. Forest Service are contributing to faster, more devastating wildfires throughout California. The fiery debate centers around a long-time... Read More
A PG&E insider is making new allegations against the company’s already troubled gas-line mark and locate program, saying workers there were under so much pressure to satisfy their bosses that they resorted to illicitly doing highly... Read More
It’s a flaw in current US law that both Republicans and Democrats say makes little sense. Read More
PG&E has agreed to new probation terms that require its new chief executive and governing board to tour the towns of Paradise and San Bruno to satisfy a federal judge that the company understands the harm it has inflicted on... Read More
San Francisco Mayor London Breed recently ordered police to “increase enforcement against dangerous traffic behavior,” however, an NBC Bay Area has learned the city’s own fleet of vehicles has been violating safety laws for years... Read More
NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit has learned the San Francisco police department has a list of 133 officers and 10 civilians with disciplinary histories that the city’s top prosecutor says can make them vulnerable to attack on the... Read More
Ten years ago, the University of California retirees who spent their careers at Lawrence Livermore National Lab sued their former employer over a broken health care promise. The retirees say the University of California is... Read More
Rat-infested piles of rotting garbage left uncollected by the city of Los Angeles, even after promises to clean it up, are fueling concerns about a new epidemic after last year's record number of flea-borne typhus cases. Even the...
You can save a chunk of money buying a used car used instead of brand-new one. But the NBC4 I-Team learned you could also be buying one that has serious safety issues: ones the dealer knows about, but just isn't fixing.
Whether it’s a news story you hear on almost a daily basis, or an alarming letter you receive in the mail from your bank, one thing is clear: Cyber criminals are trying to steal our personal information.
A Washington, D.C., halfway house, intended to help imprisoned men transition back to freedom, is under scrutiny for an outsized number of inmates who illegally leave the facility each year. An investigation by the News4 I-Team...
There's a stretch of sidewalk tucked under the 405 Freeway in the shadow of the West Los Angeles skyline that about 40 people call home. At least once per week, police order them out of the area and block of the area so city...
New York City’s hottest nightclubs have clear policies at the door. No one under the age of 21 is allowed in. But an I-Team hidden camera investigation found club promoters -- working as independent contractors -- offering...
NBC Bay Area has investigated claims from more than a dozen former... read more