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The LAPD plans to ask for hundreds of thousands of dollars in new funding to pay for equipment, building upgrades, and landscaping -- all aimed at reducing the spread of communicable diseases among officers who often work in filthy... Read More

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Nov 27, 2019
FDA Plans to Track 'High Risk' Foods to Prevent Outbreaks

FDA Plans to Track 'High Risk' Foods to Prevent Outbreaks

After 67 cases of E. coli in 19 states, including some cases of kidney failure, have been tied to romaine lettuce out of California, the FDA has agreed amid a lawsuit to keep better track of "high risk" foods. Read More

Nov 22, 2019
Los Angeles Cracks Down on Businesses Selling Tobacco to Teens

Los Angeles Cracks Down on Businesses Selling Tobacco to Teens

The city of Los Angeles is cracking down on retailers selling tobacco products to teens. Read More

Nov 21, 2019
Former SoCal Police Officer Will Not Face Rape Charge

Former SoCal Police Officer Will Not Face Rape Charge

When the 31-year-old survivor of a daylong sexual assault thinks back about what happened to her earlier this year, she says she can only recall the incident in flashes. Read More

Nov 21, 2019
Researchers Use Active Shooter Simulator to Design Safer Schools

Researchers Use Active Shooter Simulator to Design Safer Schools

Researchers at USC are using active shooter simulations as a way to gauge human reactions and how to design safer schools. Lolita Lopez reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019.

Nov 21, 2019
'Kit Gun' Was Used in Deadly Saugus High School Shooting, Sheriff Says

'Kit Gun' Was Used in Deadly Saugus High School Shooting, Sheriff Says

The gun used in a shooting at Saugus High School that left three students dead and three others injured was a kit gun, Sheriff Alex Villanueva said in a tweet Thursday. Read More

Nov 20, 2019
Woman Says She Was Victim of 'Predatory Tow' Practices

Woman Says She Was Victim of 'Predatory Tow' Practices

Gladys Bermudez was on the 605 Freeway when a car sideswiped her. A tow-truck driver told Bermudez that he worked with her insurance company. Read More

Nov 18, 2019
How the Star of a High School Musical Ended Up Homeless and Overdosing on LA Streets

How the Star of a High School Musical Ended Up Homeless and Overdosing on LA Streets

Caleb D. was first spotted passed out on a sidewalk near Sunset and Vine, apparently overdosing on methamphetamine. It turns out We learned Caleb, 25 years old and emaciated, is on a list called the "Hollywood Top 14," which keeps... Read More

Nov 18, 2019
Consumers Complain About Being Pressured Into Buying Timeshares

Consumers Complain About Being Pressured Into Buying Timeshares

Consumers said they wanted out of their Timeshares but couldn't get rid of them, causing them to be stuck in a never-ending financial commitment. Carolyn Johnson reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov.18, 2019.

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  • FDA Plans to Track 'High Risk' Foods to Prevent Outbreaks

    After 67 cases of E. coli in 19 states, including some cases of kidney failure, have been tied to romaine lettuce out of California, the FDA has agreed amid a lawsuit to keep better track of "high risk" foods.

  • Suspicious Companies May Be Exploiting Student Visa Program

    A months-long joint investigation between NBC Bay Area and NBC News found thousands of foreign students may have used false employment records at more than a dozen potential shell companies to illegally stay in the country after attending American universities. Many of those students may have used the companies as steppingstones to land jobs at major U.S. firms, according to government officials and an analysis of student LinkedIn profiles.

  • Man Strips Naked Inside Senate Office Building

    A man entered a U.S. Senate office building on Tuesday afternoon and stripped fully nude, police say. The 26-year-old Capitol Hill resident fully disrobed inside the Russell Senate Office Building, a police affidavit obtained by the News4 I-Team says. He was arrested by U.S. Capitol Police and faces a charge of indecent exposure.

  • Insiders Accuse Charity of Cashing in on Sex Trafficking Concerns

    For years, nonprofit Saved in America has branded itself as one answer to the growing problem of minors caught in the underground industry of sex trafficking. Using former Navy SEALs and law enforcement volunteers, the organization’s flashy image has received national publicity and hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations. But in the last three months, the organization has received a fair deal of criticism.

  • How LA Could Get the Homeless Off Its Streets

    New York City has achieved what many once thought was impossible: getting most of its homeless population off the streets and under a roof. New York now has only 6% of its homeless living outside, compared to 75% still on the streets in Los Angeles.

  • Maryland Widow Suing State for Mix-Up Over Husband’s Remains

    A widow is suing Maryland state officials after receiving the wrong remains for her husband who had donated his body to science. In the lawsuit filed Monday in Baltimore, Carmen Keggins alleges the Maryland Department of Health and the Maryland Anatomy Board were negligent in their handling of Brian Keggins’ remains. Brian Keggins died of complications from ALS in 2015.

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