4 to Watch: See the Strange and Unusual Items at Metro's Lost & Found

A weed wacker, prosthetic leg and a life-size stuffed miniature pony are just some of the personal belongings turned in to the Metro Lost & Found

Metro's Lost & Found building isn't hard to find. But it's hard to believe some of the bizarre and baffling items inside the warehouse northeast of downtown Los Angeles.

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

Inside Metro's Lost & Found Building

A weed wacker, prosthetic leg and life-size stuffed miniature horse are some of the strange things people leave behind on Metro trains and buses. Then there are the more common items, like bikes, phones and bags. Take a look inside the Metro Lost & Found building in Lincoln Heights.

More than 1 million people ride Metro buses and trains every month.That means a lot of lost items. Mekahlo Medina reports for Today in LA on Thursday Nov. 21, 2019.

Snowboard Pioneer Jake Burton Carpenter Dies At 65

Jake Burton Carpenter brought snowboarding to the masses and helped turn the sport into a billion-dollar business and thrilling Olympic competition. The bold pioneer who quit his job in New York to form the company that carries his name has died at age 65.

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Jake Burton Carpenter was a pioneer who brought snowboarding to the masses.

Here Are Some of the Fresh Models at the LA Auto Show

When the Los Angeles Auto Show opens Friday, there are some big-name manufacturers who will unveil new takes on some familiar models. Others are coming out with entirely new platforms. Here's a look at some of the major debuts.

Ford Motor Co. is hoping to score big with an electric SUV for daily drivers that sort of looks like a Mustang performance car.

Just Like That, SoCal's Mountains Are a Winter Wonderland

The first storm of the season didn't bring much rain, but snow now blankets some of Southern California's mountain communities. Click here to see Mount Baldy and Running Springs in full-on snow mode.

[LA GALLERY UPDATED 11/21] Southern California Mountain Snow Days

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