SPECIAL REPORT - THE COVID LAB: State Secrets ExposedAs the omicron variant spreads among the vaccinated, and there's a renewed focus on COVID testing, we're taking a look back at the lessons learned from our year-long investigation into California's troubled COVID testing lab.
Lab Experts Criticize State’s Response To Risk Of 'Serious Injury, Harm or Death' At CA COVID Testing LabLab experts are speaking out after CDPH allowed its billion-dollar COVID lab to continue operating for nearly a year while failing to correct deficiencies that posed “immediate jeopardy to patient health and safety” likely to cause “serious injury or harm, or death.”
Tale Of Two Cruises: Why Are Some Passengers Being Quarantined While Others Went Home?Nearly 1,000 Californians who were on the Grand Princess cruise ship are now off to military quarantines.
California Schools Violating Pesticide Law – CBS13 Investigates: Weed Killer Warnings On CampusWhen a local grandma saw Roundup weed killer warning signs posted at three of her grandsons’ schools, she had questions that the schools couldn’t answer.
Questions Over Contaminated Water And Air In RiponParents of kids with cancer were expecting to get answers about their concerns over contaminated water and air. But as CBS13's Julie Watts discovered, the public meeting in Ripon left people pretty frustrated.
PG&E Blackout Plan May Affect Homes Not In High-Risk Fire ZonesYou could be at risk of losing power, even if you don't live in a high-fire-risk zone.
Cell Tower To Be Shut Down, Officials Now Look To Ground In Elementary School Cancer CasesLawyers at the Cochran Law Firm said Thursday said they're investigating a link between cancer-causing chemicals used at the former Nestle decaffeination plant near the school site, and the high rate of cancer in the area, but they're not ruling out the cell tower, or some combination of the two.