Caught On Camera: Air-Conditioning Repairmen Inflate Fees To Fix Simple ProblemAs the sun beats down on Southern California, Investigative Reporter David Goldstein turned up the heat on air-conditioning repair companies.
Investigation: Officials Can't Say Porter Ranch Is Safe 2 Years After Gas Leak Was CappedThe storage facility spewed methane gas and other chemicals into the air for four months.
Goldstein Investigation: $1.3M Paving Machine Homeless Man Was Using For Shelter Back On The Road After CBS2 ReportA barely-used, $1.3 million paving machine that a homeless man had been using as shelter was back on the road Friday, just days after a CBS2 News' report.
Goldstein Investigation: $1.3 Million Paving Machine Sits Idle While Homeless Man Lives UnderneathA $1.3 million paving machine meant to fix the broken streets of Los Angeles is so rarely used that a homeless man is living underneath it.
CBS2 News Investigation: Flies In Operating Rooms Force VA Hospital To Postpone More Than 80 SurgeriesCBS2 News has learned that more 200 traps had to be installed because of an outbreak of flies that's gone on for years.
Caught On Camera: Parking Attendants Near LAX Take Money, Other Items From CarsWhen you park your car at lots near LAX, employees know it'll be there a while.
Goldstein Investigation: MTA Spends Thousands On Catered Meals, Talent ShowInvestigative reporter David Goldstein found lavish spending by the MTA, including for things like a talent show.
Goldstein Investigation: Garcetti Says City Officials Shouldn't Be On Boards Of Charities That Get Public Money"It's my preference that people have no appearance of any impropriety," the mayor said.
Goldstein Investigation: Millions In LA DWP Ratepayer Money Going To CharityCBS2 has uncovered that more than $5 million in ratepayer dollars were donated by LADWP to charities between 2015 and 2017.
Goldstein Investigation: Councilman Demands Answers For Abuses In LAPD BMW ProgramLA Councilman Mitch Englander is responding to our investigation.
Goldstein Investigation: City-Funded Work On Sidewalks For Disabled May Need To Be Ripped UpThe Department of Disability admits that if errors were made the work will have to be redone, with taxpayers paying again.
Goldstein Investigation: $10 Million LAPD Electric BMWs Appear Unused Or MisusedSome of those cars are sitting in the garage.