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Hollywood Conservatives Keep Quiet on Trump Victory

Hollywood Conservatives Keep Quiet on Trump Victory

Filmmakers and celebrities who disapprove of President Donald Trump haven't shied away from expressing their opinions in the media since the election. But some entertainment industry professionals who are pleased with the... Read More

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Behind-the-Scenes Bias?

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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. Read More

Monday, Dec 12, 2016
Cops Allow Police Dog to Bite Naked, Unarmed Man

Cops Allow Police Dog to Bite Naked, Unarmed Man

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. Read More

Monday, Dec 5, 2016
New Push for Oversight of Hollywood 'Open Air' Tour Vans

New Push for Oversight of Hollywood 'Open Air' Tour Vans

A Los Angeles assemblyman on Monday introduced new legislation in Sacramento that would create new, stricter oversight of the Hollywood celebrity tour van industry. Read More

Wednesday, Nov 23, 2016
Should Utility Pay for Spoiled Food After Power Outage?

Should Utility Pay for Spoiled Food After Power Outage?

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. Read More

Wednesday, Nov 23, 2016
LA Must Change Parking Ticket Dispute Process

LA Must Change Parking Ticket Dispute Process

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. Read More

Wednesday, Nov 16, 2016
Homeowner Says Dumpsters Are Too Close for Comfort

Homeowner Says Dumpsters Are Too Close for Comfort

A Canoga Park woman says the city of Los Angeles and her homeowners association reached a deal on a fire code violation. The result, she says, still leaves her safety compromised. Read More

Tuesday, Nov 22, 2016
Insurance Company Takes Action After I-Team Investigation

Insurance Company Takes Action After I-Team Investigation

An injured Montebello man who nearly died on the job contacted the NBC4 I-Team complaining that AIG's claims process was moving so slow, that critical life needs like being able to take a shower hadn't been addressed in months. The Read More

Monday, Nov 21, 2016
Your Car is Damaged at the Shop — Should You Pay?

Your Car is Damaged at the Shop — Should You Pay?

If an auto shop damages your car, shouldn't they have to pay to fix it? Randy Mac explains. Read More

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  • Hollywood Conservatives Keep Quiet on Trump Victory

    Hollywood Conservatives Keep Quiet on Trump Victory

    Filmmakers and celebrities who disapprove of President Donald Trump haven't shied away from expressing their opinions in the media since the election. But some entertainment industry professionals who are pleased with the...

  • NBC4 I-Team Tips

    NBC4 I-Team Tips

    Do you have a tip for the NBC4 I-Team? We want to hear from you.

  • Behind-the-Scenes Bias?

    Behind-the-Scenes Bias?

    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.

  • Cops Allow Police Dog to Bite Naked, Unarmed Man

    Cops Allow Police Dog to Bite Naked, Unarmed Man

    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.

  • New Push for Oversight of Hollywood 'Open Air' Tour Vans

    New Push for Oversight of Hollywood 'Open Air' Tour Vans

    A Los Angeles assemblyman on Monday introduced new legislation in Sacramento that would create new, stricter oversight of the Hollywood celebrity tour van industry.

  • Should Utility Pay for Spoiled Food After Power Outage?

    Should Utility Pay for Spoiled Food After Power Outage?

    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.

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    Apartment Rents in Los Angeles Are Fifth Highest in US

    Apartment rents in Los Angeles are the fifth-highest in the nation, according to a study released Monday. The average monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment in LA was $2,194 in January.

  • Hollywood Conservatives Keep Quiet on Trump Victory

    Hollywood Conservatives Keep Quiet on Trump Victory

    Filmmakers and celebrities who disapprove of President Donald Trump haven't shied away from expressing their opinions in the media since the election. But some entertainment industry professionals who are pleased with the...

  • Dementia Patients Get Police Tracking Devices

    Dementia Patients Get Police Tracking Devices

    Police in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale are hoping to reduce the time it takes to find missing people diagnosed with dementia by providing patients with tracking devices.

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    Mike Pompeo Sworn in as CIA Director

    Mike Pompeo was sworn in Monday night as director of the CIA at a crucial time for U.S. national security as intelligence — traditionally a nonpartisan issue — has been thrust into the political arena.

  • Dodgers Acquire 2B Logan Forsythe From Rays

    Dodgers Acquire 2B Logan Forsythe From Rays

    The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired second baseman Logan Forsythe from the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday in exchange for No. 3 pitching prospect, Jose De Leon.

  • Defense Team For Derick Almena: Fire Started Next Door

    Defense Team For Derick Almena: Fire Started Next Door

    The defense team for Derick Ion Almena — the founder of the Ghost Ship collective — announced Monday that the fire which killed 36 people inside the Oakland warehouse — did not start there, but instead at an adjacent building.

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