The aunt and uncle of Anthony Avalos are pushing for a criminal investigation of the social workers in their nephew's case, after one social worker is heard laughing during a report of alleged abuse at the 10-year-old boy's home. Read More
Potholes pop up after rains in Los Angeles and workers are out to help. Lolita Lopez reports for the NBC4 News on Friday, Nov. 30, 2018.
Homeowners affected by the Woolsey Fire are still literally picking up the pieces, and they face a long road ahead. No one understands their journey better than victims of the Thomas Fire. Read More
There's a safety feature in Chrysler cars that's designed to protect you. But some say it's causing injuries instead, and it could be potentially putting millions of drivers and passengers at risk. Read More
A Beverly Hills Police Department Captain who said he was effectively stripped of his responsibilities and rank because of his age and religion -- agreed to settle his lawsuit against the city and its police chief for... Read More
A woman who was arrested on suspicion of murder in the stabbing death of a retired nurse at a Southern California mall has filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Read More
Growers said they've been put on hold since the E. Coli outbreak, despite not being connected to it at all. Lolita Lopez reports for the NBC4 News at 5 Nov. 28, 2018.
A homeowner says he trusted a website to connect him to a professional contractor - but that's not what he got. Brett Shannon needed a fence around his property. He hired a contractor using the website thumbtack.com -- a site that... Read More
An I-Team analysis found that 97 percent of break-ins in Los Angeles over the last five years remain unsolved. Read More
Dozens of cranes are swinging through the sky in downtown, only outnumbered by the hardhats of construction workers, busy putting up yet another mega apartment building. LA's historic skyline is literally changing before our eyes. Read More