Marin Sets Up Online Hotline To Report Violations Of COVID-19 Public Health OrdersCounties have been dealing with the pandemic for more than four months now and officials say it’s time to beef up enforcement of public health orders. In Marin County, residents may be keeping an eye on their neighbors.
Air District Announces $146K Settlement With Richmond Chevron Refinery For ViolationsThe Bay Area Air Quality Management District announced a settlement of nearly $150,000 with Chevron for air quality violations at the oil and gas company's Richmond refinery.
Company That Runs Troubled Oakland Treatment Facility To Manage Fremont Navigation CenterA KPIX 5 investigation has uncovered that the same company that is going to run several Bay Area navigation centers for the homeless has been cited for serious violations at a local drug and alcohol treatment facility.
Chevron To Pay $225,500 Settlement For Air Quality Violations At Richmond RefineryThe Bay Area Air Quality Management District announced Tuesday that Chevron USA Inc. has agreed to pay $225,500 to settle violations of air quality regulations at its Richmond refinery.
California Health Officials Penalize 2 Oakland Hospitals For ViolationsThe California Department of Public Health hit Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center and Highland Hospital with penalties and fines.
California Offshore Oil Firms Receive Nearly 400 Violations In 3 YearsOil and gas companies drilling in state waters off Southern California violated regulations nearly 400 times in the past three years.
How An Oakland Warehouse Was Beyond The Reach Of Building InspectorsBefore the deadly fire claimed the lives of at least three dozen people, there were signs that something wasn't right at the Oakland warehouse.
Businesses Could Avoid ADA Lawsuits With Proposed 90-Day Grace PeriodA measure sponsored by California representative Jerry McNerney could give businesses 90 days to correct Americans with Disabilities Act violations before a lawsuit could proceed.
Cal/OSHA Faults Employer In Window Washer’s Fall In Downtown San FranciscoIt was on November 21, 2014 when Pedro Perez lost his balance and fell from the building, landing on a moving car.
SFMTA Pushing For Speed Cameras In San Francisco To Improve Pedestrian SafetyThe SFMTA is drafting a proposal that would allow the agency to install the cameras near schools and other areas where pedestrian safety is an issue.
Education, Conservation Groups Get Windfall From Tech Billionaire For Environmental Violations At Big Sur WeddingCalifornia Coastal Commission says eight education and conservation projects in the Big Sur area will get $1.4 million of a $2.5 million settlement with former Facebook president Sean Parker.
AT&T Sues San Francisco Claiming Violations Over Utility Box Locations AT&T is following through with a plan to sue the City of San Francisco over their objection to the locations of 4-foot-high utility boxes on city sidewalks.
Santa Clara County Supervisors Consider Restaurant Report Cards Restaurants in Santa Clara County could soon be required to display color-coded scorecards showing patrons their history of health violations.
Fire Marshal Shuts Down Classrooms At A Santa Rosa High School Over Safety Violations A Santa Rosa high school has shut down several classrooms after the local fire marshal uncovered a series of safety code violations.
BART Fined By State Officials For Incident In Which Two Workers Were KilledCal/OSHA has fined the transit agency $210,000 for the incident, where two workers were killed on the tracks near the Walnut Creek BART station.