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 California Department of Public Health released a plan Thursday to perform radiation scans on a part of the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard where people are already living in new condos. Read More
More than 2,000 plaintiffs are now suing Tetra Tech, the Navy contractor accused of faking the radiation cleanup at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco. The company says the allegations have been drummed up by a whistleblower. The company stands by its work at the shipyard.
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
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.