Articles by

Jaxon Van Derbeken

BART Lacked Heat-Related Speed Policy That Experts Say Might Have Prevented Partial Derailment

BART officials now acknowledge that although they had slowed trains in the past to reduce the threat...

New Tilting Prompts Revamp of San Francisco's Millennium Tower Fix

NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit has learned that a recent acceleration in tilting of the Millennium Tower...

PG&E Targeted Urban Circuits, Not High Fire Risk Lines Before 2017 Firestorm: Report

A newly released independent analysis blamed the 2017 North Bay wildfires on PG&E’s emphasis on maintaining lines...

A Fight Over Century-Old Toxic Legacy in San Francisco

Dan Clarke has spent more than a decade fighting to rid his beloved Marina District of a...

San Francisco Man Dies After Being Handcuffed, Held Down by Police and Fire Crews

Authorities are investigating the death of a 35-year-old man who twice told police and fire crews he...

PG&E Reassures Nervous Counties It Will Fill Vacant Safety Posts as Wildfire Season Looms

After Napa and Sonoma counties complained that vital PG&E posts were being left vacant with the approach...