NTSB: 3-Alarm Geary Gas Fire Ignited In Less Than 10 SecondsThe National Transportation Safety Board says a recovered gas pipeline that led to a fire in San Francisco earlier this month shows damage consistent with being ruptured by third-party excavators.
NTSB To Investigate Massive 3-Alarm Gas Fire In San FranciscoThe National Transportation Safety Board on Thursday announced it was sending a team to the scene of Wednesday's three-alarm natural gas fire in San Francisco's Inner Richmond neighborhood to investigate.
SFO Close-Call Points Out Need for Faster Reporting of Aviation IncidentsAviation-safety officials say a close call last year at San Francisco International Airport points out the need for faster reporting of dangerous incidents before evidence is lost.
NTSB: Air Canada Near Miss At SFO Could Have Been 'Major Disaster'The National Transportation Safety Board has issued a scathing new report that shows just how close a Canadian jet came to disaster at San Francisco International Airport.
Feds: Tesla Traveling 116 MPH Before Crash That Killed 2A Tesla Model S electric car that crashed and burned last month in Florida, killing two teenagers, was traveling 116 miles per hour three seconds before impact and only slowed to 86 mpg as the air bags were inflated, according to federal investigators.
NTSB: Driver Not In Control At Time Of Fatal Tesla Crash In Mountain ViewFederal transportation investigators Thursday cited speeding and a lack of driver control in a fatal Tesla crash and fire on Highway 101 in March.
Pilot Killed In Fatal Plane Crash Near Petaluma Was Water Agency ConsultantA pilot who died in a plane crash on Sonoma Mountain near Petaluma on Friday has been identified 75-year-old Carl Morrison, of Fallbrook in San Diego County.   
NTSB Launches Investigation Into Tesla 'Autopilot' Freeway CrashThe NTSB is investigating the Southern California freeway crash of a Tesla Model S electric car that may have been operating under its semi-autonomous "Autopilot" system.
Flight Redirected To Avoid Landing On Occupied Runway At SFOThe Federal Aviation Administration is investigating another runway incident that happened at SFO Tuesday when a flight had to be redirected to avoid landing on an occupied runway, according to authorities.
NTSB Probing Additional Runway Incidents At SFOU.S. officials are investigating two more incidents at San Francisco International Airport where planes could have wound up on the same runway, the National Transportation Safety Board said Monday.
NTSB: Fatigue, Poor Regulation Led To Deadly Central Valley Bus CrashA severely sleep-deprived driver and a bus company with a poor safety record were causes of an August 2016 crash in California's Central Valley that killed four passengers and injured 20 others.