Paul Johnson, KNBC reporter was 75

Johnson had been battling brain cancer and underwent surgery in January. He died Tuesday evening at age 75. Johnson joined NBC4's on-air team in August 1988 and had done mostly traffic and weather. He previously worked for Metro Traffic and had been a reporter or other staffer at KFAC, KZLA, KUTE and KIIS-FM. Channel 4 has posted a tribute video. NBC 4, CBS 2

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