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Wednesday, Jan 3, 2018
PG&E Wildfire Response Questioned

PG&E Wildfire Response Questioned

Pacific Gas and Electric officials now say that before the North Bay firestorm, the company only shut down 38 of the several thousand automated devices that some experts believe started the wildfires. Read More

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Tuesday, Jan 2, 2018
Criminal Probe Targets San Francisco’s Kaiser Hospital

Criminal Probe Targets San Francisco’s Kaiser Hospital

Kaiser Foundation Hospital in San Francisco is the target of an ongoing criminal probe following the death of an elderly patient in late 2015, NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit has learned. According to a San Francisco Police... Read More

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Friday, Dec 29, 2017
National Park Service Changes Warning Signs at Ocean Beach

National Park Service Changes Warning Signs at Ocean Beach

The National Park Service hopes its new warning signs will save lives at San Francisco’s Ocean Beach. Experts say many people, especially tourists, don’t realize that the frigid temperatures and rip tides can be deadly. Read More

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Thursday, Dec 21, 2017
Marine Veteran Deported 15 Years Ago Returns to US

Marine Veteran Deported 15 Years Ago Returns to US

For the first time a US military veteran who had been deported for criminal acts after leaving the service returned, legally, to the United States. Read More

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Tuesday, Dec 19, 2017
New Allegations of Sexual Misconduct at Presentation High

New Allegations of Sexual Misconduct at Presentation High

The chorus of former students who say they were sexually abused or harassed at a prestigious San Jose Catholic school for girls grew louder Monday. Read More

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Friday, Dec 15, 2017
Equipment Malfunction Caused Massive SF Blackout

Equipment Malfunction Caused Massive SF Blackout

A consulting company hired by Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to investigate the cause of a massive power outage in San Francisco in April concluded that the problems involved equipment failure and a flawed design of a critical... Read More

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Thursday, Dec 14, 2017
Coast Guardsman Found Not Guilty of Child Endangerment

Coast Guardsman Found Not Guilty of Child Endangerment

United States Coast Guardsman was found not guilty on multiple counts of child endangerment by a military judge Thursday in connection to the death of his three-year-old daughter more than six years ago. Read More

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Thursday, Dec 14, 2017
Attorneys Rest Case in Coast Guard Child Death Trial

Attorneys Rest Case in Coast Guard Child Death Trial

Petty Officer 2nd Class Jimmy Barlow took the stand in his own defense Tuesday morning on Alameda’s Coast Guard Island, where he faces four counts of child endangerment following the death of his three year old daughter Eden Lynch... Read More

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Tuesday, Dec 12, 2017
Prosecution Rests, Defense Begins Case in Coast Guard Trial

Prosecution Rests, Defense Begins Case in Coast Guard Trial

Defense attorneys for 31-year-old Jimmy Barlow, a petty officer with the U.S. Coast Guard, opened their case Monday by asking the judge to dismiss the four counts of child endangerment against Barlow on the grounds there wasn’t... Read More

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Tuesday, Dec 12, 2017
Gaps in Walls at Millennium Tower Causing Odors: Analysis

Gaps in Walls at Millennium Tower Causing Odors: Analysis

Gaps inside the walls of the sinking and tilting Millennium Tower are likely the product of its excessive settlement and may pose a widespread fire safety threat, according to a consultant’s findings obtained by NBC Bay Area. Read More

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