4 to Watch: Bobcat Who Survived Fire Gives Birth to Four Kittens

Four bobcat kittens are safe and sound after their mother, displaced by a wildfire, found a new den for the family

Researchers were pleased to find a litter of four kittens inside the den of a bobcat who made it through November's Woolsey fire. In the name of research and cuteness, they took a lot of photos.

It's one of the stories we're featuring today.  

Bobcat Who Survived the Woolsey Fire Gives Birth to Four Kittens

A young bobcat captured and collared by researchers a day before a wildfire that burned from Ventura County to the Malibu coast has given birth to four kittens. The mother, displaced when the Woolsey fire burned her habitat, found a new den in which to raise the kittens. Click here for photos from researchers' visit to the den.

[LA GALLERY] Bobcat Who Survived Woolsey Fire Becomes Mother of Four Kittens

Couple Who Shackled Children Sentenced to Life in Prison

David and Louise Turpin pleaded guilty to 14 criminal charges in a child-torture case that came to light after a 17-year-old daughter escaped from their Perris house. On Friday, two of the children spoke during an emotional sentencing hearing. Click here for the story.

Two children read statements in court before their parents were sentenced in a horrific child-torture case. Patrick Healy reports for the NBC4 News at 11 a.m. on Friday April 20, 2019.

Last Living Member of First Navy SEAL Team Turns 94

The only living member of the original Navy SEAL team celebrated his 94th birthday Thursday. In 1943, Bill Dawsom joined the military team that would eventually become the Navy SEALs. Click here to read his story.

A startling statistic has revealed that an infant dies in their sleep every week in LA County. Carolyn Johnson reports for the NBC4 News on Friday, Nov. 11, 2016.

Olvera Street's Sweet Animal Blessing is This Weekend

The Easter Saturday tradition spotlights all sorts of beloved animals. Click here for details.

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