4 to Watch: When Seeking a CRV Turns Into a Recycling Runaround

When recycling centers close, a back-up plan is supposed to provide options for consumers seeking their CRV

When California recycling centers close, a back-up plan is supposed to provide options for consumers seeking nickels and dimes for bottles and cans. The NBC4 I-Team called 150 stores to find out whether it's working.

That's one of the stories we're featuring today on NBCLA.

When Recycling Centers Close in California, Where Do Consumers Turn?

More than 340 recycling centers closed in the past year across California. When recycling centers close, a back-up plan is supposed to provide options for consumers seeking their CRV. Some say that's not happening. The NBC4 I-Team called 150 stores to see what's happening.

When and Where Holiday Travelers Can Expect Rain and Snow

The window of opportunity is closing for Thanksgiving travelers. A strong storm bringing three days of rain and snow is barreling south out of the Gulf of Alaska, threatening holiday plans for millions of Southern Californians who are driving to their destinations. Here is the updated forecast.

Sheltering the Homeless: What Can LA Learn From New York?

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 percent of its homeless living outside, compared to 75 percent still on the streets in Los Angeles. Here's the NBC4 I-Team's full report.

This Week's Events: Thanksgiving Turkey Trots and More

Staying home for the holiday? Thanksgiving week is packed with events around LA. Here's the list.

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