The Navy released the first of its work plans on Friday to retest the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard for radiation after it found workers from Tetra Tech, the contractor it hired to identify and remediate contamination, likely... Read More
The U.S. Navy has uncovered further data falsification at the Hunters Point Shipyard, this time regarding radiation surveys conducted on 28 buildings at the site, according to a federal report uncovered by the Washington, DC-based... Read More
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors held a public hearing Monday on the radiation cleanup scandal at the Hunters Point Shipyard. Representatives from the U.S. Navy, Environmental Protection Agency and a state... Read More
Fireworks at Monday's special hearing on the cleanup of the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco. Its future is in limbo due to allegations by the company hired to get rid of radioactive soil. And the San Francisco Board of Supervisors called everyone in to get answers. Investigative Reporter Liz Wagner reports in a video that first aired on May 14, 2018.
The Hunters Point Naval Shipyard is a prime piece of land along San Francisco’s southern waterfront, but it’s also at the center of a federal radiation cleanup scandal. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is going to bring... Read More
New federal court documents obtained by the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit reveal the Navy believes it suffered a massive hit to its reputation as a result of the fraud committed by Justin Hubbard, a former employee of... Read More
A bombshell in the Hunters Point cleanup scandal. NBC Bay Area is learning two employees of Tetra Tech, the company hired to clean up radiation at the San Francisco superfund site, have just been sentenced to prison for falsifying records. Investigative Reporter Liz Wagner has been breaking the news and provides the latest developments.
Residents who live in San Francisco's Hunters Point area filed a $27 billion class action lawsuit against a Navy contractor hired to clean up radiation at the nearby Hunters Point Shipyard. Read More
The company at the center of the radiation cleanup scandal speaks publicly for the first time; denies allegations of widespread misconduct. Read More
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, nearly all of the radiation data collected on two large parcels of land at the Hunters Point Shipyard is problematic. Read More
The Hunters Point Naval Shipyard is San Francisco’s most infamous superfund site. NBC Bay Area’s series of investigations uncovered that the contractor hired by the federal government to get rid of radiation – cheated on the cleanup instead. The revelations have left regulators wondering if the land is safe, and have stalled the development of parks, offices and thousands of homes.