CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein

After CBS2 Investigation, LA Will Refund Drivers For More Than $1M In Erroneous Parking TicketsA CBS2 investigative report has prompted the City of Los Angeles to refund more than $1.1 million in parking tickets mistakenly doled out to drivers and, just recently, CBS2 learned that parking officials are still handing out these kinds of tickets.
CBS2 Investigates: LA Parking Officers Caught Handing Out Bogus TicketsCBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein discovered that L.A. parking officers were giving out tickets, even though the area had been designated a relaxed parking route.
Man Caught Rolling Back Odometers In CBS2 Investigation Pleads GuiltyA San Fernando Valley resident caught rolling back odometers in a CBS2 investigative report pleaded guilty Wednesday.
A Little Too Lucky? CBS2 Investigates Lottery Retailers Cashing In At Surprising RatesCBS2 found retailers across Southern California who cashed in tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars in winnings purchased at their stores. It's not illegal, but experts say some may be defying the odds.
CBS2 Investigation: Transportation Workers Watch World Cup Games On Taxpayer DimeCBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein reports undercover cameras found some of these men could be scoring your taxpayer dollars during working hours, sometimes for hours at a time, in the restaurant at Caltrans headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.
LA City Council Orders Investigation Into Street Repair Crews Following CBS2 InvestigationThe Los Angeles City Council Friday ordered an investigation into city street repair crews who allegedly took unauthorized breaks and falsified their work logs.
CBS2 Investigates: Millions In LA County Welfare Money Traced To Casinos, Bars, Vacation SpotsCBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein traced millions of dollars in L.A. County welfare money to some exotic locations, including ATMs in casinos and bars and vacation spots like Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
Calif. State University System Selects New ChancellorThe California State University system has selected a new chancellor to lead the nation's largest collection of four-year schools.
New Head Of LA's Scandal-Ridden Low-Income Housing Authority Reins In SpendingThe newly appointed head of the city's troubled low-income housing authority said he has halted hundreds of thousands of dollars in bonuses at the agency, ended the use of 18 take-home cars by senior staff and reduced the use and limits of agency credit cards.