Patrick Healy Retires After 37 Years At L.A.’s KNBC4 News

Patrick Healy Retires After 37 Years At L.A.’s KNBC4 News
Patrick Healy is calling it a career at Knbc-tv in Los Angeles.

L.A.’s NBC affiliate announced the newsman’s retirement today after 37 years there. Healy covered such major local stories as the Rodney King beating and the officers’ subsequent trial, the 1992 Los Angeles riots, the O.J. Simpson chase and aftermath, the Night Stalker case, the investigation into Michael Jackson’s death, the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash and many more.

Watch NBC4’s video tribute to Healy and his career below.

“I am extremely fortunate to have been given a chance to be a part of the best news shop In Los Angeles, and then be able to work the better part of my career with the most talented, most dedicated — and most caring — journalists in the TV news business,” said Healy, a Los Angeles native and UCLA grad whose father is the late L.A. sports radio legend Jim Healy.
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