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A judge has ordered the city of Los Angeles to change the way it handles disputed parking tickets, a system that many motorists say is rigged against them, the NBC4 I-Team has learned. Read More
Drivers beware: challenging an unfair parking ticket in Los Angeles could subject you to increased fines, hours of appeals, cancellation of your car registration and threats of a withheld tax refund. Read More
It was August, 2011 when Jeff Galfer got his ticket. Read More
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Cities across southern California are taking a second look at some questionable parking tickets as a result of an NBC4 I-Team investigation that exposed unfair ticketing by traffic officers. Read More
The city of Los Angeles may be breaking California law by ticketing vehicles parked at inoperable or malfunctioning parking meters. Read More
An NBC4 I-Team investigation found that Los Angeles traffic officers continue to ticket cars parked at malfunctioning meters despite a law that forbids it -- all while parking meter citation revenue has generated tens of millions of dollars for the city. Joel Grover reports for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24, 2014.
Southern California drivers are reacting furiously to the I-Team report earlier this week that exposed how Los Angeles is writing tickets at malfunctioning meters, despite a new law forbidding broken meter tickets. Some residents have even been ticketed while time was still on their meter. Joel Grover reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014.
Los Angeles recently reversed its policy of ticketing drivers parked at busted meters. Read More
The Sand Fire in Santa Clarita has caused significant physical and financial damage to the area, but there may be some relief for evacuees.
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After a paperwork error cost a Porterville woman her car and thousands of dollars, the city finally replaced her car. Randy Mac reports for the NBC4 News at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20, 2016.
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