A report released Wednesday by the California Department of Public Health has declared a key part of the Hunter’s Point Shipyard “free from any radiological health and safety hazards” after a controversial cleanup. Read More
The U.S. Justice Department sued Tetra Tech EC Inc. Monday, accusing the engineering company of submitting false billing claims to the U.S. Navy that were based on falsified soil and building test data in its cleanup of radiation... Read More
A new report released Tuesday by a nuclear policy expert concluded the public’s health is at risk because the Navy is using radiation cleanup standards at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard that are weaker than required by law. Read More
New court documents unsealed late Thursday show the United States government has joined three lawsuits against Tetra Tech, the company hired to clean up radiation at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco. Read More
Once home to the US Navy's largest applied nuclear testing lab, Hunters Point inches toward a radical transformation. But radioactive contamination, falsified data and a $27 billion class-action lawsuit loom. Read More
The Navy just released details of its plan to retest the Hunters Point Shipyard for radiation. The Navy found its cleanup contractor, Tetra Tech, manipulated radiation data. The Navy has to redo the work, and on Wednesday... Read More
A deck marker containing radium was found by state inspectors at the Hunters Point shipyard in San Francisco, NBC Bay Area has learned. Read More
One of the most powerful people in Washington is entering the Hunters Point Shipyard scandal. Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi is calling on the federal government to do a better job of regulating the radiation cleanup.
Angry residents at San Francisco's Hunters Point on Thursday demanded to meet with new Mayor London Breed.
It's been a bumpy path to development at Hunter's Point shipyard in San Francisco, where an NBC Bay Area investigation cracked open a shocking revelation: "Tetra Tech" had falsified soil tests at the former nuclear site. The scandal stopped the housing project in its tracks and has prompted a "re-testing" in the coming months. But on Monday, people who live in brand new homes and apartments right next door want to know about their safety. Sam Brock reports.
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.