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Monday, Jun 10, 2019
Sheriff Supervisor Says Public Should Have Been Warned About Shootings Before Malibu Campground Slaying

Sheriff Supervisor Says Public Should Have Been Warned About Shootings Before Malibu Campground Slaying

A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department lieutenant says he wanted to warn the public about a series of mysterious shootings around Malibu Creek State Park in the months before a camper was killed, but was told to keep quiet... Read More

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Friday, Jun 7, 2019
Studio City Woman Fights to Protect Other Patients After Pain and Frustration

Studio City Woman Fights to Protect Other Patients After Pain and Frustration

Some women with a particular genetic mutation are turning to mastectomy as a way to protect them from cancer. But a Studio City woman's journey left her with permanent pain. Read More

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Thursday, Jun 6, 2019
LA Mayor Blames Businesses, Not Homeless, For Rat-Infested Trash on Streets

LA Mayor Blames Businesses, Not Homeless, For Rat-Infested Trash on Streets

After facing international headlines about LA's out-of-control garbage and rodent problem, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Thursday unveiled steps to clean up trash-filled streets. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Jun 4, 2019
New Bill Aimed at Closing a Dangerous Legal Loophole for Homemade Ghost Guns

New Bill Aimed at Closing a Dangerous Legal Loophole for Homemade Ghost Guns

New legislation is aimed at closing a legal loophole blamed for the proliferation of untraceable, homemade guns in Southern California. Read More

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Tuesday, Jun 4, 2019
Map Shows Areas of LA With Biggest Spikes in Homeless

Map Shows Areas of LA With Biggest Spikes in Homeless

Four parts of Los Angeles County are seeing at least a 35 percent jump in the number of homeless people. Read More

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Friday, May 31, 2019
Former Army Infantryman Accused in Southern California Terror Plot Pleads Not Guilty

Former Army Infantryman Accused in Southern California Terror Plot Pleads Not Guilty

A man from Reseda accused of plotting bomb and gun attacks around Southern California appeared in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom Friday and denied that he committed two terrorism crimes. Read More

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Thursday, May 30, 2019
Pepper Spray Phase Out to Start at Juvenile Camps in July

Pepper Spray Phase Out to Start at Juvenile Camps in July

Los Angeles County Probation Chief Terri McDonald says the phasing out of pepper spray in juvenile lockups will not happen at the end of 2019, a timeline given to the department by county supervisors. Read More

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Thursday, May 30, 2019
State Fines LAPD for Unsafe Conditions at Station Where Officer Was Infected With Bacteria

State Fines LAPD for Unsafe Conditions at Station Where Officer Was Infected With Bacteria

State officials fined the city of Los Angeles more than $5,000 for health and safety violations at the LAPD's Central Station, where at least one officer was recently infected with salmonella typhi, the bacteria that causes typhoid... Read More

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019
LAPD Officers Diagnosed With Suspected Case of Typhus, Salmonella Typhi

LAPD Officers Diagnosed With Suspected Case of Typhus, Salmonella Typhi

An officer at the Los Angeles Police Department's Central Station has contracted Salmonella Typhi, the bacteria that causes typhoid fever, and another is suspected of contracting typhus, a disease carried by rats and fleas,... Read More

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019
LA Extends, Expands Restrictions on Seizing Property Belonging to Homeless

LA Extends, Expands Restrictions on Seizing Property Belonging to Homeless

A legal settlement filed Wednesday extends restrictions for three more years on when Los Angeles Police officers or other City workers may remove property that belongs to people experiencing homelessness from streets and... Read More

Sex and Drugs at LA Libraries


An NBC4 undercover investigation exposes illegal activity at LA libraries.

Fake Reviews


If you rely on online reviews to pick restaurants, businesses and services, beware: the reviewers you're depending on may be fake.

LA's Nuclear Secret


Years of mishandling dangerous radioactive materials and chemicals has also left a toxic legacy for generations of people living near the Santa Susana Field Laboratory.

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