Tenants of a Koreatown apartment building are back home. But last week it was the scene of dangerous and potentially deadly levels of carbon monoxide leaking into the building, forcing residents to evacuate. Read More
A Los Angeles based Opioid Doctor is being labeled a drug dealer by the feds because he sold painkillers to people in exchange for cash. Joel Grover reports for NBC4 News on Thursday, March 18, 2018.
Fifteen people were arrested in what investigators call an elaborate commercial burglary ring that could affect you the next time you go shopping. Read More
The NBC4 I-team checked various non partisan groups, government agencies and others to get a sense of how the border wall would work. And if it would fulfill the President's promises. Read More
A busted battery is undercutting one man's ability to cut his lawn, and he's not alone. Read More
Los Angeles County is scrambling to address a major security flaw that has already led to an attack inside one of its jails. Read More
More than 400 Americans die from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. NBC4 provides five safety tips the National Fire Protection Association says... Read More
Logan Kugler says the LAPD knocked on the door of his Airbnb rental in Studio City on March 1, just days into his stay. Read More
Felony charges were filed Thursday against a retired LAPD officer in an alleged workers' compensation fraud case. Read More
The Trump administration has sued California over its immigration policies, which place restrictions on how much government authorities can cooperate with federal immigration agencies. Local law enforcement officials, however, say that their policies adhere to California's so-called sanctuary state laws, but it's still possible for people arrested on local charges to wind up in the custody of immigration agents. Eric Leonard reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 7, 2018.