The NBC4 I-Team investigates ride share services
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LAX is once again cracking down on rideshare services such as Lyft and UberX. Read More
LAX police are cracking down hard on popular rideshare services including UberX and Lyft that are violating state regulations, including picking up passengers at the airport. Read More
Rideshare services like UberX are taking the place of taxis, not only here in Los Angeles, but around the world. But as the I-Team has learned, if you're in a bad accident in an UberX car, you could be left paying the bill. Read More
Hundreds of Los Angeles cab drivers descended on City Hall Tuesday to protest popular ride share services like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar. Joel Grover reports for the NBC4 News' I-Team at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 10, 2014.
A California Assembly committee wants to tighten up insurance requirements for ride service companies like Uber and Lyft. Read More
The NBC4 ITeam finds some flaws in Uber's driving screening process. Read More
The interactive map above contains information about the extent to which communities across the United States regulate the ride-sharing service Uber. Read More
Uber may be the best known on-demand car service, but it’s not the only one. Read More
This animated map shows the spread of the ride-sharing service Uber across the United States since it was founded in 2010. Read More
Prosecutors in Los Angeles were considering evidence Wednesday in the killing of an alleged shoplifter by a security guard at a Walgreens store in Hollywood.
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NBC4 obtained three years of Metro reports that show bus operators were victims of assaults an average of 11 times per month. Their horror stories range from insults to physical attacks, placing drivers on the front lines.
After years of debate, the city of Los Angeles approved new rules for short-term rentals. Lolita Lopez reports for the NBC4 News on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018.
You'll soon be able to hit the gas pedal harder on some Los Angeles streets. And that has some neighbors worried that the city is about to get more dangerous for drivers and pedestrians.
The number of crimes in which homeless individuals were listed as suspects increased by nearly 50 percent in the city of Los Angeles in 2018.