It’s been a wild week on the campaign trail. Chuck Todd of Meet the Press and NBC4’s Conan Nolan talk about what presidential candidate Donald Trump can do to get the election back on track. They also discuss Hillary Clinton’s the newest batch of emails released this week. Todd says these are not hurting her now because of the Trump allegations, but…if she wins he says these leaks are not going to go away. They are going to haunt her thought out her presidency.
NBC4's Conan Nolan talks with the grandson of President Richard M. Nixon--Christopher Nixon Cox-- on the $15-million renovation of the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda. The new library tells the story not just of the 37th President of the United States, but of the nation he lead at that time...one of the most tumultuous period in US history. It opens Friday Oct. 14. It’s free to the public opening day.
Propositions 67 and 65…are two rival ballots dealing with single-use plastic bags. They pit environmentalists against the plastic industry. These are very confusing props. NBC4's Conan Nolan talks wtith representatives of both sides. Mark Murray is Yes on 67/No on 65….and Jon Berrier is No on 67/Yes 65.
Proposition 64, the legalization of marijuana in California is a hot button issue in this November election. It’s a complicated prop...the wording is 62 pages alone. But question is simple. Should the recreational use marijuana be legal? We have a debate. Who do you believe? Jason Kinney represents ”Yes on Prop 64”. Andrew Acosta represents “No on Prop. 64”.
The U.S. Coast Guard was expected to search all night if necessary for a swimmer who entered the water and didn't return to shore Saturday, authorities said.
A man was taken into custody for kidnapping following a nearly hour-long pursuit along Orange County freeways Saturday.
The 89th Academy Awards should be a very schizophrenic affair: equal parts pomp and politics. The only thing expected to take the stage more often than the frothy front-runner "La La Land" at Sunday's ceremony is protest (and probably some punchlines) over the policies of President Donald Trump. For largely liberal Hollywood, his election has proven a rallying cause-celebre throughout an awards season that has otherwise been a parade of honors for Damien Chazelle's celebrated musical. Just how political things are going to get at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles may be the biggest question of Sunday night's show, to be broadcast by ABC beginning at 8:30 p.m. EST, with red carpet coverage starting earlier. The current forecast for Sunday is only a slight chance of rain, though the inside of the Dolby Theatre is expected to be far stormier.
A man was dragged about three miles through the streets of Victorville by a driver who stole his dog. Christine Kim reports for the NBC4 News at 8 on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017.
Motorists in Hollywood are feeling the effects of Sunday's 89th Academy Awards, as many streets around the Dolby Theater are closed to make room for the annual spectacle.
An investigation was underway Saturday after a body was found on an island in the Los Angeles River in Atwater Village, fire officials said.