News Conference

News Conference

Southern California's longest running political and public affairs interview program.

Sunday, May 10, 2015 at 07:29 AM PDT

NewsConference: A Personal Journey, Tracking Down Family

NewsConference: A Personal Journey, Tracking Down Family

Paula Madison is the Vice-President of the Los Angeles Police Commission and author a new book "Finding Samuel Lowe" where she traces the history of her immigrant family. She tells NBC4’s Conan Nolan...

Sunday, May 10, 2015 at 07:25 AM PDT

NewsConference: The Two Californias

NewsConference: The Two Californias

Joel Kotkin author and Presidential Fellow at Chapman University. He talks with NBC4's Conan Nolan about how California is becoming two California’s: The rich on the coast who decide on issues that impact...

Sunday, May 10, 2015 at 07:23 AM PDT

NewsConference "EXTRA": The State of California

NewsConference "EXTRA": The State of California

Joel Kotkin, author, columnist and Presidential Fellow at Chapman University does not paint a very good picture of what California has become! He tells NBC4’s Conan Nolan that California cannot cope with...

Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 12:14 PM PDT

NewsConference: Hiking Minimum Wage

NewsConference: Hiking Minimum Wage

The new leader of the LA County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO is Rusty Hicks. He represents 300 unions and over 800-thousand workers. Hicks tells NBC4's Conan Nolan his main priority is to raise the minimum wage...

Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 12:13 PM PDT

NewsConference: Labor Movement Growing in California

NewsConference:  Labor Movement Growing in California

Rusty Hicks, replaced Maria Elena Durazo as Executive Secretary-Treasurer for the LA County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO. Following the May Day marches this week, NBC4's Conan Nolan talks with Hicks about...

Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 12:11 PM PDT

NewsConference: LA City Controller calls for Overhaul at DWP

NewsConference:  LA City Controller calls for Overhaul at DWP

Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin talks with NBC4's Conan Nolan about his new audit of two non-profit trusts managed by the LA Department of Water and Power. The DWP had fought for years trying to block...

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Man Steps in Path of Slow-Speed Pursuit, Ends Chase

Man Steps in Path of Slow-Speed Pursuit, Ends Chase

A bizarre slow-speed chase of a man in a convertible Ford Mustang ended peacefully Friday when a man stepped into traffic and in front of the car and stopped it, forcing the driver to surrender.

"No Conclusive Evidence" Why FedEx Driver Crashed

"No Conclusive Evidence" Why FedEx Driver Crashed

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OC Men Charged With Conspiring to Support ISIS

OC Men Charged With Conspiring to Support ISIS

Two men from Orange County arrested Thursday allegedly hoped to help or join the Islamic State, a terrorist group, according to Department of Justice officials.

4.8 Nevada Quake Shuts Vegas Freeway Ramps

4.8 Nevada Quake Shuts Vegas Freeway Ramps

A magnitude-4.8 earthquake struck Nevada Friday afternoon, damaging part of a Las Vegas freeway, officials said.

Suspect in D.C. Mansion Slayings Had Help: Authorities

Suspect in D.C. Mansion Slayings Had Help: Authorities

Three members of a D.C. family — and their housekeeper — were held overnight by more than one person before they were slain in their home last week, according to new court documents filed Friday afternoon.

Campaign Launched to End Human Trafficking in LA

Campaign Launched to End Human Trafficking in LA

City officials rolled out a new campaign Friday to help identify and put an end to human trafficking in Los Angeles.