• Jan 5, 2013

    “News Conference”

    NBC4’s “News Conference” is Southern California’s longest running political and public affairs interview program. Since its first broadcast in 1966, “News Conference” had as guests numerous political leaders and policy makers discussing issues of national and local importance. Read More...
  • Oct 28, 2012

    Newsconference: Michael Alvarez,Ph.D. CalTech, Voting & Technology

    With only days to go before the 2012 Presidential elections, polls are showing an extremely tight race. What are the chances of a repeat of a recount? A study by Caltech and MIT indicates that technology might prevent that from recurring. Mike Alvarez, Ph.D. from Caltech, joins Conan Nolan on October 28,2012 for News Conference.

  • Oct 28, 2012

    Newsconference: Debate on Proposition 39

    A debate on this week’s News Conference. Proposition 39 would eliminate a tax break for out of state companies. But will it help stimulate clean energy job development or will it strip California of jobs? State Senator Kevin DeLeon and CA Republican Jon Fleishman join Conan Nolan on October 28, 2012 for News Conference.

  • Oct 28, 2012

    Newsconference: Measure J

    News Conference also takes a look at Measure J. Which would extend a half cent sales tax for transit projects to the year 2069. Gary Toebben, President and CEO of the LA Area Chamber of Commerce and John Parker, chairman of the board, United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley, joins Conan Nolan on October 28,2012 for News…...
  • May 14, 2012

    Breastfeeding Frenzy

    Time Magazine has sparked quite the controversy. So did Katie Hamilton, a California mom who was told to stop breastfeeding her daughter at an LA museum. She refused and eventually got an apology after stirring up a breastfeeding frenzy.

  • May 11, 2012

    Is Gay to Straight Therapy Crooked?

    Should parents have the right to send their homosexual children to therapy to “cure” them? Is it wrong for a university to take away an athlete’s scholarship if they get hurt? And, Los Angeles, are you going to continue paying more for those pesky parking tickets?

  • Apr 28, 2012

    Ex-LAPD Chief Daryl Gates Remembered

    Remembring Former LAPDChief Daryl Gates.

  • Apr 27, 2012

    Guns, Government, and Capital Punishment

    Is the California death penalty on its death bed? Could you soon be saying adios to toy guns? The Lieutenant Governor is coming to a living room near you. Has he crossed the line? Fred Roggin hosts NBC4’s The Filter on April 26, 2012.

  • Apr 27, 2012

    Flying High: Firefighters Saved Science Fair Project From Tree

    High school freshman Christian Stewart won the L.A. County Science Fair with his unmanned drone airplane, creating the autonomous flier for a fraction of the corporate cost. But a week before the state science fair, he nearly lost his prized possession when it flew perfectly on course into a tree. But the story doesn’t end there. NBC4’s...
  • Mar 2, 2012

    Pulling the Parent Trigger

    California parents have control over their kids’ schools and they want to use it! Teachers just want to do their job while others want to pull the parent trigger. Gabe Rose of Parent Revolution and Joshua Pechthalt, President of the California Federation of Teachers, debate the merits of the parent trigger law.

  • Mar 2, 2012

    Illegal Licenses, Early Parole and Doggie Bags

    Should juveniles convicted to life sentences be eligible for parole later in life? Do illegal immigrants deserve California driver’s licenses? And can I get a doggie bag… for my dog?

  • Mar 2, 2012

    What The Filter?!?!

    In-N-Out takes out a foreign double-double, everybody hates California, cell phones make you selfish and a Swedish ad calls for “hot nurses.”

  • Feb 17, 2012

    Tony Bennett Says Legalize Drugs

    Would America be a better place if drugs were legal? Should students really be fined for going to school late? And if San Franciscans can’t afford it, should they be given free legal counsel for civil cases?

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