Conan Nolan, NBC Los Angeles

Conan Nolan

NBC Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by conan:

Eighteen Hollywood Hills Homes Evacuated Due to Mudslide

Eighteen homes in the Hollywood Hills were evacuated Thursday when dirt and debris began sliding down a hillside during a week of rainstorms in Southern California. → Read More

Man Arrested After Allegedly Gaining Access to Chinatown Building, Beating Man Unconscious

A man was let into a Chinatown senior apartment building and allegedly beat a resident in what police officers are calling the most horrific attack they have witnessed. → Read More

Political Nerdfest Politicon Kicks Off in Downtown Los Angeles

The annual political nerdfest known as 'Politicon' takes place this weekend in downtown Los Angeles. Michael Avenatti dodges a heckler, Richard Nixon's limo makes an appearance, a panel discussion remembers 'The... → Read More

Tom Steyer Says Trump Impeachment Campaign is 'Sober and Serious Mission'

Tom Steyer insists the impeachment campaign isn't about him. → Read More

Vin Scully Delivers, and Then Calls in a Left-Handed Reliever

He retired last year after a remarkable and unprecedented 67 years as the Dodger broadcaster. And at Game 2 of the World Series, Vin Scully was back. This time not in the broadcast booth, but on the pitcher's... → Read More

Politicon Begins in Pasadena

Politicians, celebrities and people who are just plain political junkies gathered in Pasadena for Politicon, a non-partisan two-day event of panel discussions, meet-and-greets and lively discussion. Conan Nolan reports for the NBC4 News at 5 on Saturday, July 29, 2017. → Read More

$100 Million Allocated to Revitalize LA River

California Senate President pro Tem Kevin de León talks with NBC4's Conan Nolan about the new $100 million aimed at revitalizing the Los Angeles River. The money will be used to return parts of the 51-mile concrete river to a more natural state. → Read More

LA City Council Unanimously Approves George Lucas Museum

The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to approve George Lucas’ Museum of Narrative Arts. The museum is going to be built right next to the Natural History Museum. → Read More

Lawmakers Try to Convince Californians to Support Gas Tax

California lawmakers are trying to rally residents around a regressive gas tax to help fix the state's infrastructure. Conan Nolan reports for NBC4 News at 6 on Monday, April 3, 2017. → Read More

Prop. 61: The Money in the High-Stakes Campaign

With November's election a few weeks away, all eyes are on the presidential race. But hiding in the shadows of the ballot are 17 propositions. Big money is flowing in to illuminate these initiatives, and leading... → Read More

Vets React to Commander-in-Chief Forum

Los Angeles-area veterans react to the Commander-in-Chief Forum featuring Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Conan Nolan reports for the NBC4 News at 6 on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016. → Read More

California Bill Could Make Diapers Tax Free

State lawmakers are backing a bill that could create a potential tax break for women and new parents. Conan Nolan reports for the NBC4 News on Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016. → Read More

Cloud Seeding Used to Help Create More Rainfall in SoCal

In anticipation of Friday's storm, a public works employee nicknamed "Storm Boss" will begin "cloud seeding," a method used for decades to help increase rainfall during a storm. → Read More

The Rich History of West Adams, Once a Predominantly Black Suburb

West Adams is a part of Los Angeles that is slowly being rediscovered, with streets that speak to an era of grace, charm and beauty. → Read More

Porter Ranch Gas Leak Forces Family of CA Secretary of State to Evacuate

The number of San Fernando Valley residents impacted by the natural gas leak in Aliso Canyon now includes that of the state's chief election officer. → Read More

'There's a Shooter at Work': Husband Reacts to Mass Shooting at Wife's Workplace

Luis Gutierrez could hear screaming while he was on a call with his wife, who saw a gunman with a rifle as she and colleagues were barricaded in a room on Wednesday. 'I just couldn't drive,' he said. 'I didn't → Read More

Ontario School Accused of Wasting Water Amid Drought

As many residents across the state of California work to conserve water during a deep drought, one school in Ontario is being accused of wasting it. → Read More

LADWP Rate Hike Coming to SoCal Residents' Monthly Bills

Despite water use going down, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will raise water costs for consumers by 4 percent, the department said Wednesday. → Read More

Boy Recounts Taco Stand Shooting That Wounded Him and Two Other Children

One of three children who were struck by gunfire at a taco stand in South Los Angeles says they were the unintended targets of a gunman. → Read More

Assembly Speaker Wants 'Better Communication' About Immigrants Accused of Serious Crimes

The leader of the California State Assembly says that there needs to be "better communication" between federal and state officials over undocumented immigrants who have been accused of serious crimes. → Read More