Stephen Stock, NBC Bay Area

Stephen Stock

NBC Bay Area

San Jose, CA, United States

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Past articles by Stephen:

Deported Veterans Could Return to U.S. Under Proposed Law

A new push in U.S. Senate for legislation to stop deportation of immigrant veterans for minor crimes. → Read More

Toxins Long Buried May Surface as Groundwater Rises

An NBC Bay Area investigation reveals a present danger from toxic materials, some buried more than a century ago. → Read More

COVID-19 Still Spiking in California Farm Fields

An NBC Bay Area investigation reveals a severe COVID crisis in a community of essential workers who feel abandoned. → Read More

Donors to Sheriff's Political Campaigns Far More Likely to Get Concealed Gun Permits

Analyzing five years of campaign contribution data combined with sheriff’s office records on permits to carry a concealed weapon, NBC Bay Area’s... → Read More

Where is Your Money Going? Investigative Unit Tracks Federal COVID-19 Spending

Millions spent on doctors, emergency supplies, evacuations, and scientific testing. Millions more spent on U.S. Census computer services, prison food, and TV... → Read More

Without Sick Leave, Workers Put Customers at Risk

During the Coronavirus crisis, health experts warn workers to stay home if they even suspect they’re sick, but an NBC Bay Area Investigation found that for nearly 20 million workers who receive little or no sick pay from their employers, that’s often not an option. → Read More

Calls from Congress to Change Pilot Training

Congressional leaders are calling for the FAA to increase training requirements for pilots, especially foreign pilots, and urge the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to also push for stricter... → Read More

Congress Moves to Change Immigration Law Following NBC Bay Area Investigation

It’s a flaw in current US law that both Republicans and Democrats say makes little sense. → Read More

Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Has Been Problematic Since 2015

The Richmond-San Rafael Bridge's history is part of an NBC Bay Area investigation spanning more than six years into the safety and condition of California's bridges. → Read More

Adopted Abroad as Infants, Raised in U.S., and Now — They May Face Deportation

An NBC Bay Area investigation has discovered tens of thousands of U.S. residents, adopted as infants from foreign countries, and raised in the United States, now face possible deportation – because they... → Read More

Government Shutdown Further Delays Justice and Adds to US Immigration Court Backlog

In an ironic twist the ongoing Federal Government partial shutdown has had the effect of allowing more undocumented immigrants to stay here in the United States longer. → Read More

Oil and Gas Money in 'Green' California Politics?

You may not realize it when thinking about politics in environmentally conscious and “green” California but an 18 month long NBC Bay Area and Maplight investigation found the oil and gas industry paid $182... → Read More

Toxic Wastewater From Oil Fields Endangers California’s Water Supply, Scientists Tell

Scientists fear that California's water supply is under threat by a practice that has been banned in every major oil-producing state. California allows oil companies to dump millions of gallons of wastewater... → Read More

Data Points to Wide Gap in Asylum Approval Rates at Nation’s Immigration Courts

Years of data from immigration courts around the United States and compiled by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University show that whether or not a person seeking asylum... → Read More

After Being Deported and Banned From Ever Coming Back to the United States, Hector Barajas Returns as an American Citizen

Hector Barajas, a deported veteran, was sworn in as an American citizen today in San Diego. He’d been working on regaining legal status in the United States for 14 years. Surrounded by his family, supporters... → Read More

Suspect in YouTube Shooting Posted Rants About the Company Online

The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit has confirmed the identity of the shooter who opened fire on YouTube’s campus in San Bruno Tuesday. Her name is Nasim Aghdam, and she lives in Southern California. → Read More

Inspector General Says FAA Not Doing Enough to Stop Bogus Parts from Getting on Commercial Flights

Ranking member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Rep. Peter DeFazio vows to crack down on unapproved airplane parts that pose a safety risk to the flying public. DeFazio’s renewed focus on → Read More

New Report Concludes Systemic Failures Caused Oroville Dam Incident

Independent forensic investigators released a final report Friday morning, citing “long-term systemic failure” at the California Department of Water of Resources as the cause to the Lake Oroville spillway scare... → Read More

Numbers Show Police Training Drill May Be Causing Unnecessary Deaths

An NBC Bay Area Investigation into the number of police officer deaths at the hands of suspects wielding knives or other sharp objects is raising serious questions about police training. → Read More

Small Communities Can't Solve Toxic Water Problems Without Help

Five years ago California became the first state in the nation to recognize access to safe, clean drinking water as a human right. Five years later, the reality for hundreds of communities throughout the... → Read More