Deep in the worst drought in more than a century, citizens all across the state of California have been told if they waste water, they will be fined. Read More
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A retired couple hoped to save money by going solar, but after 11 months, their solar panels were never activated, and their bills were never lowered. The problem? The panels were creating too much power. Read More
Travelers searching for hotel rooms online are being tricked into paying more than they should, and in some cases, handing over their credit card information, and getting nothing at all in return. Read More
A Southern California Catholic priest was sentenced to federal prison Monday for sexually assaulting a female passenger aboard a US Airways flight from Philadelphia to Los Angeles. Read More
Credit and debit cards make purchases more convenient, but according to financial experts, our need for speed can expose our most critical identity and financial information to hackers and scammers. Read More
For more than a decade, the NBC4 I-Team has been investigating Los Angeles County's restaurant grading system. Big changes were recommended for the food safety program Tuesday by the Interim Director of L.A. County’s Public Health Read More
When you buy a car, you do your research. You learn its history, take it for a test drive. Read More
Customers overbilled by the DWP will get refunds, under a tentative settlement agreement announced Monday. Read More
How to stay cool without going broke during the Socal heatwave. Read More
What started out as a leaky toilet turned into a local couple's worst nightmare. They got into a battle with their insurance company and are now suing. Read More
California cities cut water use by a combined 31 percent in July, exceeding a mandate set by the governor in a fourth year of drought.
A woman was arrested after leading police on a short car pursuit and taunting police in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
Employees at a Virginia TV station were warned two years ago about the man suspected in the murders of a television reporter and photographer during a live broadcast early Wednesday. According to employment files from WDBJ —...
The CEO of a nonprofit conservation group was recovering at a Southern California hospital after being attacked by a bison on Catalina Island.
Just one day after two of their own crew members were killed during a live broadcast, the news team at Virginia station WDBJ-TV regrouped, gathered together and leaned on one another for the live broadcast of its "Mornin'"...
After 43 years in prison and 29 parole hearings, parole officials are again considering whether it is safe to free Charles Manson follower Bruce Davis.