Been a long time since we did this clip but still stands true today. NBC LA
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Been a long time since we did this clip but still stands true today. NBC LA
Can you forgive the man who killed your friend? Heres’s our exclusive interview with LA Archbishop Jose Gomez on the death of Auxiliary Bishop David O’Connell.
LA Archbishop Jose Gomez says we must forgive the man who killed Bishop David O'Connell, "just as Christ forgave those who crucified him." But he admits we're human, and it will be difficult.
Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez candidly shared his grief and pain in an exclusive interview with NBCLA after Auxiliary Bishop David O’Connell was shot and killed last month. The leader of the largest Catholic community in the country said he tried to mourn the loss of his “very close” frien...
Tune into Friday morning for our one-on-one with Archbishop José Gómez as he prepares to honor his friend, Bishop David O’Connell at the funeral mass. Archbishop Gómez discusses forgiveness and talks about the struggles to do what has asked of humanity.
This is where Auxiliary Bishop David O’Connell will be laid to rest in a private ceremony following the public funeral on Friday. His body will lie among the others in the beneath Cathedral in . a special website to read more about his life and to leave your own prayers and messages has been set up at AHailMaryforBishooDave.com
The winds are here, it was a freezing morning and can you believe us under a warning?! Wha??
An incredible night of inspiration and so very humbled to be honored by the World Brain Mapping Foundation for my work with NBC LA World Brain Mapping Foundation
They were supposed to be in a place of refuge, they woke up to an inferno - and questions about where they’ll lay their heads again. Our story about the fire that destroyed tiny homes where US veterans lived and what those vets say is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this “junkyard” they’ve been living in.
In a place where homeless veterans were supposed to find refuge – early this morning it was like being back in a war zone. John Cádiz Klemack reports for the NBC4 News on Sept. 9, 2022.
The future of buses! This is one of 11 in the fleet so far, board members approved the purchase of 30 more this year and 80 more next year hoping to replace the entire 1200-bud fleet by 2030 with these all-electric 140-mile range green buses. We took a ride this morning with Alberto Carvalho. Story coming today
Testimony is over and Bryant and Chester emerge as victors. Does this send a message to LA County? Here’s our story.
A verdict has been reached Wednesday afternoon in the trial over photos taken at the hillside site northwest of Los Angeles where nine people, including Lakers star Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, died in a January 2020 helicopter crash.
After posting that pic of courtroom artist Bill Robles, I looked into the archives from the profile story I did about him and wanted to share. It was 2015. Many moons ago but fascinating history on courtroom sketches. Here's the story:
Just before Charles Manson was set to go on trial for multiple murders in 1970, a young up-and-coming artist was looking for a job.
As we’ve been covering the trial against by and over the photos taken at the crash site that killed , Gianna, Sarah and Payton Chester and 5 others, this man: Bill Robles has been our sketch artist in the courtroom - our visual because cameras aren’t allowed in Federal court. He’s a legend in the field and I profiled him many years ago on the legacy he created with this form of art.
The word “legend” isn’t even strong enough.
One of the cases we profiled for our continuing series on unsolved murders across LA just got the attention of the FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation. Here’s our story…
As the FBI adds an accused killer to the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list, the victim’s family says the latest push for justice after three years is a sign of progress.
We are . Our story about a homeless encampment so big it’s blocking the entrance to a historical church aired on and : showing that . No other station in LA can do what we can.
A new ordinance in Los Angeles bans bike chop shops on public sidewalks. John Cádiz Klemack reports June 21, 2022.
4-year-old Piper is the hero of the day, tracking down the man says shot and nearly killed one of their officers last night (swipe to see suspect). Her handler says Piper will be rewarded, as usual, with a cheeseburger.
“A fire alley,” is how one neighbor described it, coming to see his destroyed home for the first time today. is still burning and meaty 2 dozen homes have been destroyed.
Hard to believe Porto’s hasn’t been in LA limits since they started back in Silverlake but it’s finally here! New Northridge location. And how can this family business succeed so well even through a pandemic and inflation and a lower work force? Watch our NBC LA story here. Porto's Bakery
The tasty bakery returns to LA where it all started. John Cádiz Klemack reports for the NBC4 News on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.
Little Tokyo Homeless Encampment gets cleared out: begs the question - is it better to live on the streets and wait for services or get into a temporary shelter and wait? Responses we got might surprise you. Here’s our NBC LA story.
Efforts to relocate those living at a homeless encampment are underway in Little Tokyo. Now dozens of people are looking for a new place to live. John Cádiz Klemack reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on March 17, 2022.
Train cargo thieves caught in the act. Here’s our story.
As if timed out to coincide with NBC4’s continuing coverage of train burglars, LA County Sheriff deputies took three men into custody near a rail yard in the City of Industry. It happened Tuesday afternoon.
Keeping them honest: Union Pacific promised security enhancements after we exposed the cargo thefts on LA-area train tracks. We saw huge improvements but an engineer who spoke to us said it’s only pushing thieves to the areas that don’t have the enhanced security. Here’s our latest story:
After a slice of track in East LA made international news over rampant cargo theft, and NBCLA’s coverage starting back in November, there is a lot of change that has been happening.
It’s Monday. And is still feeling this win. Congrats and congrats on your incredible seasons.
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Commissioner Roger Goddell in for and checking in with Mayor Butts and LA Dept of Public Heath Director Barbara Ferrer
Our story about the 93-year-old talent behind the turf for all 56 games.
Continuing our coverage into the cargo thefts.
93 years old and ALL 56 games have had their fields prepped by George. This speaks with us today. Watch at 3p!
What. A. View.
Cargo Theft Update and what Union Pacific is doing now to curb the crime. Here’s our story for NBC LA
Months after a firefighter’s helmet was abandoned and cast aside by thieves raiding cargo trains in LA County, NBCLA was able to track down the son of the firefighter and get him his dad’s helmet back.
Guns - one of the big items taken from Cargo Trains in LA. Here’s our NBC LA report.
More than 80 newly-manufactured guns were among the items stolen from cargo trains near Los Angeles in recent months, according to two law enforcement sources familiar with the matter.
We broke the story that’s been seen around the world, a black eye on LA that continues even today. Now, new video you haven’t seen.
New video shows a fire inside a cargo container, two thieves confronting a Union Pacific employee on the tracks with a crowbar, and the continued mess of stolen packages littering the tracks in Los Angeles.
Still a mess. Still a sight to behold. NEW details and NEW never-before-shared video of the continued in ahead on and NBCLA.com
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Illegal butt lift victim speaks out as suspect faces judge for the first time.
A woman charged alongside her mother for the murder of an aspiring adult film star after they allegedly injected the star’s buttocks with silicone in a “back alley butt lifts” made her first court appearance Wednesday.
Mom says her son was vaccinated at school in exchange for pizza slice. Here’s our full story.
Maribel Duarte says her 13-year-old son, a student at the Barack Obama Global Prep Academy in South LA, brought home a vaccine card after having accepted the COVID-19 vaccine at school.
Thousands of Scattered Packages After LA Cargo Container Theft. Yours delayed? Maybe we found it. Watch and share this….
NBCLA found who the boxes were intended for, and showed the thieves armed with boltcutters targeting the trains to the sheriff. John Cadiz Klemack reports Nov. 22, 2021.
The fire in Canoga Park we showed you yesterday ha turned into a death investigation. One of the burn victims died at the hospital and another body was recovered early this morning from inside the building. says it was a legal h**p extraction business but that the set up was not permitted.
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