Interactive map shows where guns were reported lost and stolen in California. Read More
A look at how the investigative units at the NBC TV stations in California traced guns reported lost or stolen to crimes throughout the state. Read More
It’s one of those "Only in LA" experiences: hopping aboard an open-air tour that promises to drive you to the doorsteps of celebrity homes. Read More
When you throw your clothing in the wash, you expect them to come out with the stains removed, but a Fontana man says his washing machine ruined his clothes after rust began to show on his two-year-old appliance and the... Read More
It’s nearly impossible to miss the tour buses lining the street along Hollywood Boulevard. Maybe you’ve been on one, or suggested that visiting friends take a ride to see the sights and drive by the million dollar mansions of... Read More
The California Court of Appeal has ordered the City of Los Angeles to change the way it handles parking ticket disputes. A three-judge panel said the city can no longer outsource the handling of the initial reviews of parking... Read More
A case of identity theft and a car accident was a double dose of bad luck for Nick Ralph of Los Angeles, who says he's suffering physically and financially. Read More
NBC4's ITeam exposes parking ticket hot zones and reveal tips that could save you money. Joel Grover reports for the NBC4 News on Tuesday, Aug, 9, 2016.
An NBC California joint investigation found more than 2,500 stolen or lost guns were used in crimes between 2010 and 2015.
A woman caring for her parents, both in their 80s, says the power company sent her a $10,000 bill and couldn't tell her why before shutting off the service the elderly couple relies on to power their oxygen tanks. Read More
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Two years after the "#OscarsSoWhite campaign raised awareness of the lack of minorities in lead acting roles in Hollywood, many Industry observers are praising the diversity represented in the 2017 awards season.
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The NBC4 I-Team has obtained police body cam video — never before seen publicly — that shows cops allowing a K-9 to bite a naked, unarmed man, including for over 40 seconds after officers had him pinned to the ground.
A Los Angeles assemblyman on Monday introduced new legislation in Sacramento that would create new, stricter oversight of the Hollywood celebrity tour van industry.
A Laguna Hills resident hopes to energize Southern California Edison to revise its claims policies for power outages. At issue, the utility company's refusal to reimburse him for food he says spoiled during a power outage.
Motorists who get questionable parking tickets in Los Angeles and, possibly, other California cities have won a huge victory, due to a decision by the California Supreme Court.
The Oakland Raiders on Thursday officially submitted paperwork to relocate to Nevada, according to Steve Sisolak, the Clark County Commission chairman.
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