CBS 5 Investigates
It’s a growing crime wave: people getting robbed and beaten for their smartphones. A potential fix is being used abroad, but are America’s wireless companies willing to try it?
Contaminated well water, cockroach infestations: Horror stories from tenants abound concerning one of the Bay Area’s most notorious landlords. Tenants told us they felt helpless against Richard Thomas. But as a result of a CBS5 investigation earlier this year some have gotten relief.
Nursing homes are supposed to be safe havens for the elderly and the disabled. But a growing number are giving some residents the boot.
Following a CBS 5 investigation, two suspects are charged with orchestrating a counterfeiting operation that was costing the SFMTA thousands of dollars a week.
Despite a 3-year-old law, infections that happen during surgery are still not reported by California’s hospitals. Now a lawsuit threatens to stall the whole process.
Street sellers run a brisk business at commuter hubs all over San Francisco, a black market that sells Muni tickets for half the regular $2 fare.
As a controversial Bay Area landlord is being investigated over providing tenants tainted water; another former tenant has come forward with his horror story.
Following a CBS 5 report, the Alameda County District Attorney’s office is investigating a Hayward landlord accused of providing his tenants contaminated water.
When you turn on the tap, you assume that water comes from a trusted source. But several Hayward families said they had no idea what they were drinking.
The public outcry over those new and revealing full body scans at the nation’s airports seems to have died down. But some scientists are voicing new concerns.