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4 to Watch: What to Know When LAX's New Rideshare Rules Start Next Week

Uber, Lyft and other rideshare service users will be shuttled to a pick-up area as part of a plan called LAX-it

LAX's new rideshare pick-up rules start next week. Instead of just winging it, check out this guide to LAX-it.

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What to Know: LAX's New Rideshare Rules Start Next Week

Getting out of LAX was never easy. Now, travelers on arriving flights face a new process if they plan to use a ride-share service. Starting next week, here's how Uber, Lyft and other service users will need to get out of the airport.

This rendering of the new LAX-it pick-up area shows the bus drop-off location to the right, dedicated lanes for taxis and ride app vehicles and food trucks.

'You Almost Hit Me': Parking Lot Crash Course Caught on Camera

A bizarre series of events in a gas station parking lot began after a man who said he witnessed a hit-and-run crash followed an erratic driver. He captured the frantic moments that followed on camera.


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1 hospitalized in wrong-way crash on 101 Freeway in Hollywood

Smash-and-grab attempt in Temecula leads to car chase that ends in Compton

A man filmed a driver who he claims hit another vehicle before driving erratically in a parking lot. Robert Kovacik reports for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019.

Update: Mystery Unfolds Around Bones Discovered on Mountain

Bones found by a hiker might be those of a man linked to one of the darkest chapters of U.S. history. The Inyo County sheriff's office told The Associated Press it is investigating the possibility the bones are those of a Japanese-American man who disappeared from an internment camp during the final days of World War II.

Thousands in SoCal Are Without Power Due to the Wildfire Threat

SoCal Edison warned there might be power shutoffs during two days of strong winds and high fire danger. As of Thursday morning, about 15,500 people were without power in the utility's service area. Click here for updates.

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