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A celebration of Southern California's Asian Pacific American communities

May 2, 2015

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

NBC4's Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Special

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Fiery Crash Causes Chase Bank Roof to Collapse
Fiery Crash Causes Chase Bank Roof to Collapse

A speeding driver crashed into a Chase bank near the Del Amo Fashion Center in Torrance, catching on fire and causing the bank building to catch on fire early Saturday morning.

Los Angeles Homeless Illegally Use Fire Hydrants to Fill Water Balloons, Bathe, Shave
Los Angeles Homeless Illegally Use Fire Hydrants to Fill Water Balloons, Bathe, Shave

Homeless people across Los Angeles are illegally using fire hydrants as a source of water to bathe, shave, even fill water balloons, leaving the hydrants damaged and often useless to firefighters during...

Former Federal Police Officer Sentenced to 27 Years to Life
Former Federal Police Officer Sentenced to 27 Years to Life

A former federal police officer convicted of murdering a young man in Hollywood after DNA linked him to the crime more than three decades ago was sentenced Friday to 27 years to life in state...

Galaxy-LAFC Rivalry Captures Los Angeles' Passion for Soccer
Galaxy-LAFC Rivalry Captures Los Angeles' Passion for Soccer

Although the wordless billboards went up quietly this week on the streets around Los Angeles FC's Banc of California Stadium, their message to the city is loud and clear.

At Global Summit, Trump Facing Limits of Go-It-Alone Stance
At Global Summit, Trump Facing Limits of Go-It-Alone Stance

President Donald Trump arrived Saturday in France for an international summit with the leaders of the globe's economic powers as he confronts the consequences of his preference for going it alone, both in...

LA Man to Plead Guilty in Bitcoin Money Laundering Scheme
LA Man to Plead Guilty in Bitcoin Money Laundering Scheme

A Los Angeles man has agreed to plead guilty to running a $25 million money laundering operation whose clients included darknet drug dealers.