Breaking a promise to some of the sickest kids in California? Parents say the state is failing families who need in-home nursing care. The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit first exposed the problem last year. Read More
Years after a massive fire at Chevron's Richmond Refinery that spewed a toxic cloud across the East Bay, NBC Bay Area's Investigative Unit finds serious safety violations. Read More
The sinking and tilting Millennium Tower would safely survive a major earthquake at the moment but should be re-evaluated in the future, a city-appointed panel concluded in a report issued Monday. Read More
As technology gets smaller and cheaper, more people are choosing to equip their homes with wireless security cameras. But an NBC Bay Area Investigation found that many of these devices contain a security loophole that could... Read More
Mayor Ed Lee signed sweeping housing reforms into law Thursday which aim to crack down on wrongful evictions in San Francisco. The new safeguards and restrictions come as a direct result of a series of NBC Bay Area investigative... Read More
Trump’s military ban on transgender individuals comes as new medical guidelines are expected to be released that could change the course of treatment for transgender adults and children around the world. Read More
A young Oakland man arrested last year on terrorism charges conspired to kill 10,000 people across the Bay Area by blowing up gay clubs in San Francisco, planting backpack bombs on the UC Berkeley campus, setting fire to the... Read More
An East Bay man has been indicted on terrorism-related charges, federal court records show. Read More
To combat wrongful evictions, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is now pledging to sign a new ordinance that will institute tighter restrictions and safeguards aimed at making it harder for landlords to get away with fraud while... Read More
California took its first step Tuesday toward addressing a dangerous, cancer-causing chemical that 1 million residents across the state could be drinking in harmful amounts. The State Water Resources Control Board voted unanimously... 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 markets, and the numbers are rising. Those weapons often end up in the hands of people prohibited...