The CHP confirms the tour bus involved in Sunday's deadly crash on Highway 38 near Yucaipa was not equipped with seat belts. A law signed by the president in July 2012 will eventually require seat belts on new buses, but only those built starting in 2017. Joel Grover reports for the NBC4 News at 6 p.m. on Feb. 5, 2013.
A new "Family Safety Report Card" has been released, giving skiers and snowboarders a guide of what to watch out for while tearing down the slopes. Read More
Federal Safety records of the bus company involved in Sunday's deadly crash, Scapadas Magicas, show that it has had a somewhat troubling history. The company has caught the attention of federal regulators for its poor maintenance of its buses. An attorney specializing in low-budget bus companies says they often cut corners when it comes to safety. Joel Grover reports for the NBC4 News at 5 and 6 p.m. on February 4, 2013.
Robo calls happen with such frequency and are so blatant that it’s hard to believe most are illegal under Federal Trade Commission regulations. Read More
Calls from telemarketers can be a nuisance -- they also can be illegal. A customer recounts his experience after calls began last February and continued for six months. Ana Garcia reports for the NBC4 New at 11 p.m. on Sunday Jan. 13, 2013.
Nearly $1 million has been donated by entertainment industry employees into the campaigns of candidates for Los Angeles mayor, with about half going to Councilman Eric Garcetti. Read More
Three years after his death, Michael Jackson remains the "King of Pop." Fans are willing to pay big bucks for almost anything with Jackson’s autograph. But an NBC4 I-Team Investigation found evidence that some of these... Read More
After NBC4 exposed an internal police email directing officers to make more arrests so that the LAPD can "avoid negative coverage" over illegal rabbit sales, Chief Charlie Beck defended the directive. Read More
The same Venice fire station embroiled in porn controversy last year when the NBC I-Team exposed it for allowing one of its fire trucks to be used in a video shoot is under investigation again, this time for a racy video that... Read More
In the wake of an NBC4 Southern California and NBC Bay Area joint investigation, leadership in the National Guard is looking into allegations that claims of sexual harassment and racism were ignored by the California... Read More
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Scammers are finding a new way to steal credit card information. Someone posing as a hotel staff member has been calling hotel rooms, claiming that there's something wrong with the credit card used to check in...
Groupon is amping up its product verification process after complaints that one of the items sold on its website was not Apple certified, despite being branded as such. Ana Garcia reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Ma
Prom and wedding season is on the horizon, and many are planning to travel in a luxury ride. Before you make the reservation, ask for the a written contract, as well as the car's TCP license, and the name it's under.
Federal authorities are warning Android users, vulnerable to sinister code, that some seemingly innocent apps can swipe their credit card information without even touching their wallet.
Michael Gundersen, a single father, found himself on the brink of losing his home after unexpected life-changing events. When the sheriff's department left a notice of foreclosure on his Rosamond home, Gundersen...
Ana Medina, of Valencia, knew she was wrongly given a parking ticket. Medina says she had an hour left on her meter when she was given cited. The LA Parking Violations Bureau said the ticket was valid but when the...