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Electrical System 'Impacted' at Start of Saddleridge Fire
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Electrical System 'Impacted' at Start of Saddleridge Fire

Southern California Edison reported to state regulators that its electrical system was impacted around the time and in the area where the Saddleridge Fire started in Sylmar. Read More

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Monday, Oct 7, 2019
Two Los Angeles Area Men Allege Boy Scout Leader Abused Them

Two Los Angeles Area Men Allege Boy Scout Leader Abused Them

Following a lawsuit filed this summer on behalf of one man who says he was assaulted by a Boy Scouts of America scout leader, attorneys tell NBC4 more men are coming forward. Read More

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Wednesday, Oct 2, 2019
New Details Emerge In Noah Cuatro's Death Investigation

New Details Emerge In Noah Cuatro's Death Investigation

The investigation into Noah Cuatro's death continues as they take a look at the events leading up to his death as new details surface. Lolita Lopez reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct 2, 2019.

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Wednesday, Oct 2, 2019
Attorneys for Boy Allegedly Killed by Parents Speak Out

Attorneys for Boy Allegedly Killed by Parents Speak Out

Attorneys on behalf of a Noah Cuatro's family spoke out following the release of new information about why the boy wasn't removed from the home after a request was made by social workers. Read More

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Wednesday, Oct 2, 2019
Ed Buck Indicted by Grand Jury; Charged in Second Overdose

Ed Buck Indicted by Grand Jury; Charged in Second Overdose

A federal grand jury has indicted noted political activist and donor Ed Buck on charges he provided illegal drugs that caused the overdose deaths of two men and distributed drugs to others. Read More

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Tuesday, Oct 1, 2019
LAPD Leadership Making Suicide Prevention a Priority

LAPD Leadership Making Suicide Prevention a Priority

Until recently The Los Angeles Police Department had a record streak going. No officer died by committing suicide for over two years. Before 2017 they the department was averaging two per year. Read More

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Monday, Sep 30, 2019
Democratic Donor Ed Buck's Arrest Prompts New Lawsuit Accusations

Democratic Donor Ed Buck's Arrest Prompts New Lawsuit Accusations

The mother of a man who died of a drug overdose inside Ed Buck's apartment in West Hollywood has updated her wrongful death lawsuit against Buck and LA County prosecutors, saying information revealed in new federal criminal charges... Read More

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Friday, Sep 27, 2019
LAPD Walks to Raise Awareness for Officer Suicides

LAPD Walks to Raise Awareness for Officer Suicides

The LAPD held its annual suicide awareness walk to bring attention to officer suicide. Lolita Lopez reports for the NBC4 News at 5:45 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019. See the full NBCLA and LAPPL behavioral health survey here.

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Thursday, Sep 26, 2019
Democratic Donor Ed Buck Appears in Court

Democratic Donor Ed Buck Appears in Court

Democratic Party fundraiser and activist Ed Buck was ordered to remain jailed pending his next federal court appearance on the charge of providing the methamphetamine that caused the overdose death of a man inside Buck's West Hollywood apartment in July 2017. Eric Leonard reports for the NBC4 News on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019.

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