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Hetty Chang is an American journalist working as a reporter for NBC 4 News. She is mainly on air for NBC 4 News at 5 p.m, 6 p.m, and 11 p.m. She is a South California native.
Chang grew up in Cerritos, California. She attended the University of California, Los Angeles and graduated with a B.A in Sociology and Asian American Studies She enjoys spending time with her family and friends when she is not reporting.
She is also a member of the Asian American Journalists Association, a non-profit organization that encourages professionals to consider careers in journalism and news management.
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Hetty Chang Career | Hetty Chang NBC 4 News
She is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and she mainly reports stories across the Southland with her main focus being the Orange County. She joined NBC 4 in 2013. She returned to NBC 4 after serving a digital media fellowship at the station through a pilot program between NBC4 and the Asian American Journalists Association in 2011.
Chang worked closely with the station’s digital media team and gained valuable experience across multiple media platforms while in the fellowship.
She previously worked as a reporter for NBC Stations in Reno and Las Vegas, and LA Cityview Channel 35. Chang has had her memorable stories with the most recent one being that she reported live from The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, providing around-the-clock reports for more than three weeks in the heart of Olympic Village.
She has also had memorable interviews with several USA athletes including figure skaters Nathan Chen, Mirai Nagasu and Adam Rippon as well as three-time Olympic champion snowboarder Shaun White. She used to provide in-depth coverage from Las Vegas the worst mass shooting in modern history, the murder manhunt for the ex-LAPD officer, Christopher Dorner.
Chang has also been recognized because of her coverage of the OJ Simpson robbery case and her award-winning coverage of Nevada’s hard-hit economy. She also conducted one of the last interviews of President Barack Obama before he won the 2008 elections.
She feels responsible for reporting timely and accurate news and is privileged to be in a position to deliver information that has an impact on viewers. This is because she is passionate about the cultures of the Sothern California people.
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Tesla Driver Appeared to Be ‘Fully Sleeping’ for at Least 30 Miles on Calif. Freeway
There are six levels of driver assistance technology recognized by federal highway safety authorities, ranging from a driver performing all the tasks to full automation — the vehicle can do everything under all conditions.
Tesla’s Autopilot feature falls somewhere around levels 2 and 3, partial automation and conditional automation. Both require the driver to at least be ready to take control of the vehicle at all times.
So when Shawn Miladinovich looked at the Tesla alongside him on the notoriously busy 405 Freeway in Southern California, he was alarmed — the man in the driver’s seat was apparently sound asleep, he said.
“I’d seen it on the news before, I just couldn’t believe I was actually seeing it,” Miladinovich said.
Miladinovich first noticed the driver on the 405 Freeway in the Orange County community of Westminster and called the California Highway Patrol. About 30 miles later on his way from San Clemente to San Pedro, Miladinovich said the man still appeared to be sleeping.
“I realized he was fully sleeping,” he said. “Eyes shut, hands nowhere near the steering wheel.”
On its website, Tesla says the advanced Autopilot system is designed to help the driver out with driving’s “most burdensome” tasks, enabling the car to steer, accelerate and brake automatically within its lane. The company makes it clear: “Current Autopilot features require active driver supervision and do not make the vehicle autonomous.”
Images and video were captured by a passenger in Miladinovich’s car. He said the Tesla driver appeared slumped over with something tied around the steering wheel.
“If his little thing tied around that steering wheel fell off, and he was still sleeping, he would have slammed into somebody going 65 miles per hour,” Miladinovich said.
Tesla did not respond to an NBC4 request for comment. The CHP said the driver could be cited if identified and found.