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Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018
Supervisor Calls for Hearing Over Tunnel Construction Death

Supervisor Calls for Hearing Over Tunnel Construction Death

After NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit revealed a troubled safety record for the Oakland contractor whose worker was killed in the Twin Peaks Tunnel retrofit project, a San Francisco Supervisor is calling for a formal hearing over... Read More

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Tuesday, Aug 14, 2018
Company in SF Worker Tunnel Death Has History of Violations

Company in SF Worker Tunnel Death Has History of Violations

The Oakland-based contractor whose worker was struck and killed by a steel beam in the Twin Peaks Tunnel seismic retrofit project has been tied to 11 prior accidents, and nearly 50 worker safety violations in the last decade. Read More

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Friday, Aug 10, 2018
Woman Found Dead at Hospital Stairwell Was At Risk: Records

Woman Found Dead at Hospital Stairwell Was At Risk: Records

The 75-year-old woman who left a care center on the grounds of San Francisco General Hospital alone and was found dead nearby days later was in such frail medical and mental condition that she was supposed to be escorted on... Read More

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Wednesday, Jul 25, 2018
Expansion of Eviction Protections in Oakland Heads to Ballot

Expansion of Eviction Protections in Oakland Heads to Ballot

The Oakland City Council capped a contentious, 11-hour meeting Tuesday night by unanimously voting in support of a proposed ballot measure that would protect thousands of tenants from no-cause evictions. Read More

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Monday, Jul 23, 2018
Oakland Voters May Get Say on When Renters Can Be Evicted

Oakland Voters May Get Say on When Renters Can Be Evicted

In front of what’s expected to be a packed chamber Tuesday night, the Oakland City Council will decide the fate of a proposed ballot measure that aims to protect thousands of tenants in the city from being evicted for no cause. The Read More

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Wednesday, Jul 18, 2018
East Bay Terror Suspect Pleads Guilty

East Bay Terror Suspect Pleads Guilty

An about face. The young East Bay man who pleaded not guilty to terrorism-related charges last year changed his tune Wednesday. Now 23-year-old Amer Alhaggagi is pleading guilty. Our Investigative Unit was the first to report... Read More

Investigations
Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018
Investigative Journalism That Makes a Difference

Investigative Journalism That Makes a Difference

We Investigate the issues that matter to you. Our dedicated investigations expose the truth and hold the powerful accountable. Our stories change laws and Read More

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Monday, Jul 16, 2018
AC Transit Driver: 'I Was Concerned for My Life'

AC Transit Driver: 'I Was Concerned for My Life'

Stephen Williams, an AC Transit bus driver who just marked his 10 year anniversary, said the rise in attacks on drivers and slow response times in emergencies prompted him to bring a gun to his job. Read More

Investigations
Friday, Jul 13, 2018
SF Mayor: 'There’s More Feces ... Than I’ve Ever Seen'

SF Mayor: 'There’s More Feces ... Than I’ve Ever Seen'

San Francisco Mayor London Breed believes homeless advocacy groups that receive funding from the city need to better educate the homeless to “clean up after themselves.” Read More

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Tuesday, Jul 10, 2018
Tow Truck Company in Deadly SF Accident Had Suspended Permit

Tow Truck Company in Deadly SF Accident Had Suspended Permit

An NBC Bay Area investigation reveals Irvine Auto Towing Inc, which also operates under the names “Stride,” “Pride” and “Modestow” should not have been on the road when it caused an accident that killed SF city worker Lilianna... Read More

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