David Goldstein investigates why local limo companies — with pulled licenses — are still transporting passengers.
CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein uncovered the top intersections in Los Angeles people received speeding tickets in 2012.
Police continue to search for leads as friends and family held a vigil Monday for a Cal State Fullerton student who has been missing for 11 days.
Some Asian Americans expressed their outrage over a taxpayer-funded video mocking the Asian community at the city’s Board of Public Works meeting on Monday.
The City of Los Angeles Department of Public Works is under fire for producing a controversial video depicting the Asian community—all with taxpayer money, according to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein.
While your children ride LAUSD buses, we obtained the most recent reports, finding fuel leaks, steering violations that could endanger students, and bad brakes.
City, county and federal agencies, along with some elected officials, are getting a free ride through new toll lanes on the 10 and 110 freeways in Los Angeles, according to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein.
We found a Caltrans employee spending hours at a private school that he owns – at the very same time he’s supposed to be earning your taxpayer money.
Exes are posting nude photos of women online in what has been dubbed “revenge porn.”
Investigative Reporter David Goldstein caught a high-ranking employee of LA County Fire allegedly drinking on the job.
A David Goldstein investigation reveals that more than 13,000 boxes of perfectly fine Girl Scout cookies were trashed — rather than donated.
A former priest and LAUSD employee embroiled in a sex scandal is confronted after documents show he admitted to sexual relations with an underage girl.
CBS2 Investigative Reporter David Goldstein met a man who claims to sell the hottest tickets in town.
Months after Super Storm Sandy devastated parts of the New York tri-state area, an examination of Southern California’s ability to weather such a natural disaster raises some disturbing questions.
One in every 10 drivers in California has a disabled placard … which allows them to park for free at parking meters. But how many people deserve one? Investigative Reporter David Goldstein went undercover to see who’s using them to get a free ride.