For their part, LAX Police said they did not receive “a credible threat.”
In other words, just free room and board violates state labor laws.
A growing number of California doctors are charging their insured patients extra fees to cover everyday office expenses – a practice that’s illegal under most health care policies, according to KNX1070’s investigative reporter Charles Feldman.
Got questions on the Affordable Care Act? KNX 1070 has answers.
Ex-Beverly Hills Cosmetic Surgeon, Who Was Focus Of 3-Year KNX 1070 Probe, Charged In Patient’s Death
A former Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon, who was the subject of a multi-year KNX 1070 investigation, was charged Tuesday with involuntary manslaughter in the death of a 61-year-old liposuction patient.
Investigative reporter Charles Feldman has been taking a look at how Fullerton is recovering from both the recession and the beating to death of a homeless man nearly two years ago.
We all know companies collect data on us when we surf the web, but what about political campaigns?
Now that the debates are over, Charles Feldman takes a look back and forward with the chief television critic for the New York Times.
Charles Feldman looks at the role expatriate voters – military and civilian – play in presidential elections and how they can become controversial, just as they did in 2000 election.
KNX 1070 reports an MTV star believes the alleged Aurora theater shooter called him twice about a month before the massacre.
A recently demonstrated breakthrough in technology may help Unmanned-Aerial Systems (UAS), better known as drones, stay airborne for very long periods of time before having to return to Earth.
The Los Angeles County Coroner no longer believes the death of a woman undergoing an day-long plastic surgery by a former Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon was the result of an accident, a KNX 1070 investigation has learned.
It was the day AT&T cell phones went dead throughout Los Angeles, and now, KNX 1070’s investigative reporter Charles Feldman tells us why the phone company is being so mysterious about what happened.
Southwest Airlines has confirmed to KNX 1070 that pictures appearing on the website Gawker are consistent with the markings it has seen on some planes dating back to February 2011.
Like all reporters, I am a witness to history–sometimes joyful, more often than not it seems, tragic. And then, there are the events that combine the two. This is one of them.