Eight cadets say they are victims of racist abuse and hazing at the San Francisco Fire Academy, according to a letter they wrote to the city’s fire chief obtained by NBC Bay Area News Friday. Read More
The group of teachers and staff accused of sexually assaulting or harassing students at a Catholic high school for girls in San Jose is growing after an explosive essay published in the Washington Post last month described... Read More
An NBC Bay Area investigative series into the misuse of school officers is being honored with a prestigious Peabody Award. Read More
In new court filings PG&E argues a “third party” tapping into the utility’s electrical lines in Calistoga may have been the cause of the Tubbs fire. Read More
Four Bay Area counties show the largest achievement gaps between Latino and white students on the most recent math assessments, according to a new study by The Education Trust-West. Read More
Wildfire scientists say that to prevent another mega fire, Northern California needs to quickly expand its fire prevention programs. The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit uncovered a tangled web of fire prevention efforts that... Read More
Teachers and counselors spoke to students today at San Jose’s Presentation High school, an all-girls Catholic school, about sexual assault allegations dating back nearly three decades involving a former Spanish teacher that... Read More
The California Department of Water Resources announced this week the Oroville Dam will undergo an overall safety review. Read More
After years of heavy criticism and scathing audits, the San Francisco Housing Authority is in the process of turning over its more than 6,000 public housing units to new management, consisting of mostly private organizations. While Read More
A common outage-prevention technology that has been blamed for fueling wildfires worldwide may have helped spark the North Bay firestorm, experts say. Read More
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The U.S. Department of Justice official who appointed special counsel Robert Mueller to investigate Russian efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election said he is satisfied with the special counsel’s work. When the...
Facebook users are wondering why they're getting Facebook ads regarding things they talk about but don't type. Is Facebook listening in through people's cellphone microphone? The company says no.
The audio recordings are enough to make a homeowner cringe. For the first time, New Yorkers are hearing the secretly recorded conversations of oil truck drivers, as they plot to steal from unsuspecting customers. Video and audio...
More than 350 firearms have been lost or stolen from local and federal police agencies headquartered in the Washington, D.C., area since 2011, according to an investigation by the News4 I-Team.
Hundreds of thousands of firearms stolen from the homes and vehicles of legal owners are flowing each year into underground market