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4 to Watch: One of LAX's Few Curbside Pickup Options is Going Away

SuperShuttle was founded in 1983 as a way to get people to and from LAX

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The blue and yellow vans that have been shuttling people to and from LAX for nearly four decades are going away.

It's one of the stories we're following today on NBCLA.

Founded in 1983 to Serve LAX, SuperShuttle is Going Out of Business
The seemingly ever-present blue and yellow vans have been part of the blur of activity at LAX for nearly four decades.SuperShuttle, the shared ride service founded in 1983 to serve the airport, is coming to a stop -- for good.

SuperShuttle was founded in 1983 to serve LAX. It's shutting down after nearly four decades. Gene Kang reports for Today in LA on Friday Dec. 13, 2019.

Intruder Sexually Assaulted Woman Who Was Sleeping Next to Husband
A man broke into a Riverside apartment and sexually assaulted a woman as she slept next to her husband in their Riverside home, police said. No arrests were reported in the apparently random attackc, but police released a sketch of the attacker based on information provided by the victim.

Detectives were seeking the public's help to find a man responsible for a sexual assault of a woman while she slept. Hetty Chang reports for the NBC4 News on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019.

Hiker Haunted by Last Images of Man Who Vanished on Mt. Baldy
Justin Williams snapped a photo of Sreenivas "Sree" Mokkapati as the experienced hiker disappeared into the misty wilderness in the mountains northeast of Los Angeles. That was Sunday. A nearly weeklong search has turned up no sign of the missing Irvine man.

Justin Williams says he keeps reliving his last interaction with Sree Mokkapati. "I wish I would've been like, 'No, you can't do it man, you're going to die,'" he says. Hetty Chang reports for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019.

Weekend: Boat Parades to Glow
Ventura Harbor's Parade of Lights and Marina del Rey's Holiday Boat Parade are to of the sparking shows this weekend on the water. Click here for more weekend events.

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