Today is the day. NBC4 will say goodbye Friday to beloved weatherman Fritz Coleman, who is retiring after 39 years of delivering the forecast -- and a lot of smiles and laughs -- to Southern Californians.
ICYMI: A magnitude 5.5 earthquake rattled Southern Californians near Ridgecrest on Wednesday evening, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The days before Memorial Day usually bring a prediction of how many Southern Californians will hit the road or fly for the unofficial start of summer. But AAA’s Memorial Day forecast this year was canceled for the first time in two decades because of COVID-19.
The museum is seeking to document the personal experiences of Southern Californians during the time of COVID-19.
Calling all Southern Californians: What do you miss most during lockdown? And after quarantine, what are you most excited to do? Let us know! Upload your video response here at or email us at ise @nbcla .com.
#CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Gov. Newsom admonished Southern Californians who went to crowded beaches this weekend and warned that such behavior could delay reopening the state
When 2,000+ Southern Californians die early each year due to polluted air, we must not remove smog standards.
A friendly reminder: How to drive in the rain (a guide for Southern Californians)