The state Department of Public Health has launched an investigation into the apparent medical overdose death last year of patient at Kaiser Hospital in Oakland, NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit has learned. Read More
San Francisco’s Mayor London Breed on Thursday ordered that the city’s transportation agency bolster screening of bidders in light of what NBC Bay Area uncovered about the troubled safety record of the Twin Peaks Tunnel retrofit... Read More
A deadly bridge collapse in Italy is raising new concerns about the safety of bridges in the United States. The highway bridge located in Italy’s port city of Genoa was 51-years old when it collapsed on Tuesday, killing 39 people. Read More
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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.
More car owners have come forward demanding car-makers or the federal government take action after Kias and Hyundais have been spontaneously catching fire. Lorinda Hixon pulled her 2012 Kia Sorento off an LA freeway minutes before...