A World War II veteran says he’s truly in the battle for his life as he fights insurance claim denials. Read More
An East Hollywood woman says she’s heartbroken after her application to adopt a dog she’d fallen in love with was denied. She says the rescue organization deemed her neighborhood unsuitable, a practice the group’s founder says... Read More
It’s the moment drivers dread most: looking in the rear view mirror, and seeing those flashing blue and red lights. Now, a survey reveals that getting hit with a speeding ticket in Southern California could cost you much more than... Read More
The California State Auditor is blaming LADWP for billing problems that have overcharged some of its customers — something the NBC4 I-Team uncovered in February. Read More
A scam targeting U.S. taxpayers has become so widespread, the U.S. Treasury Department today called it the biggest case of impersonation fraud to ever hit the agency. Read More
Confusion over food expiration dates leads to waste, higher grocery bills Read More
In a rare case of a pet owner being held criminally responsible for its dog’s behavior, a Studio City woman has been criminally charged after her Akita attacked three people in the last year and a half. Read More
The Federal Trade Commission is warning about debt collectors who use abusive tactics to get consumers to pay debts they may not even owe. Read More
Dog owners are concerned about the safety of their pets' food, after a California man files a lawsuit against one of the world's biggest pet food makers. Read More
In the wake of an I-Team report, the city will now immediately impound any dog that seriously injures a person or kills another pet, in an attempt to protect the public from dangerous dogs. Read More
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A former boyfriend of a 31-year-old Monrovia mother of two whose body was found in her car in June was arrested today on suspicion of murdering her.
A San Bernardino police officer is receiving the medal of valor, the highest award given by Governor Jerry Brown's office.
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 —...
A suspicious package shut down a stretch of Studio City on Thursday, police said.
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'"...
Carol Craver decided to give her nonwinning California Lottery ticket a second chance and it paid off