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
In part two of a joint-investigation, the NBC4 ITeam and NBC Bay Area uncover a questionable flight under the Golden Gate Bridge that members of the California National Guard say exposes a culture of dysfunction. Read More
In a joint investigation, NBC4 Southern California and NBC Bay Area uncover what guard members call a toxic culture where sexual harassment and racism at times go unchecked. Read More
Consumers have lodged nearly 200 complaints against the "kingpin" of California rental scams. But when the state closes down one of his rental agencies, he opens a new one. Read More
Star Rentals closed down and moved out of its Downey offices this past weekend, just two days before the California Department of Real Estate served Star’s operator, Laura Tucker, with an “Order to Desist and Refrain” from... Read More
An NBC4 I-Team investigation finds that state inspectors had serious concerns about the WindSeeker long before it opened at Knott's Berry Farm in 2011. Inspectors say it took an unusually-high 17 visits before the WindSeeker manufactured by Mondial Rides of the Netherlands was in compliance with industry ride and safety standards. Six WindSeeker rides in the U.S. and Canada have been shuttered during an investigation into chronic ride breakdowns, two of which happened at Knott's Berry Farm this month. Joel Grover reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Sept. 24, 2012.
The parent company of Knott’s Berry Farm temporarily shuttered WindSeeker rides at six of its amusement parks in the U.S. and Canada while they investigate why the thrill ride has malfunctioned several times in the past year. Read More
The city of Los Angeles has already paid out $1.25 million in refunds to apartment and condo residents who were overcharged on their DWP bills, and millions more could be refunded. Read More
A growing number of employees of Orange County are complaining about what they see as a dangerous work place. They say that three buildings that house the county’s adoption and Social Services programs in the city of Orange... Read More
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After a group of 40 concert goers say a luxury bus driver left them stranded, they asked the Get Garcia team for help. The Public Utilities Commission has since launched an investigation, and has fined the company...
After the devastation caused by the Oklahoma tornado, many are looking for ways to help out. Thanks to technology, donating is easy, convenient and can even be done through text. Several websites are also helping to make...
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.