CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein caught people selling disabled parking placards and making big money without the DMV ever knowing.
Authorities say a Canadian man accused of raping a disabled girl four decades ago in his native country was turned over to authorities after he was found living in San Dimas.
He sits in a wheelchair with a sign that says “Could you spare a dollar for a homeless, disabled U.S. Navy vet?” The dog tags around his neck and military salute make it look official. And the scene of him sitting in the chair – playing tricks with his cat – certainly tugs at the heartstrings of passers-by who pony up money.
Detectives want the public’s help in identifying a robbery suspect who they say posed as a disabled person in order to rob a local supermarket.
The American Disabilities Act is designed to help the disabled, but are continual lawsuits hurting businesses?
Authorities Monday were investigating the murder of a 76-year-old woman in Highland.
The Los Angeles Angels have placed third baseman Chris Nelson on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring and recalled infielder Luis Jimenez from Triple-A Salt Lake.
Matt Kemp became an Internet sensation after an impromptu gesture he made toward a cancer-stricken Dodgers fan attending a game at San Francisco’s AT&T Park.
A group of firefighters — their families and friends — raised money Sunday for widows, orphans and disabled firefighters.
Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort and AT&T will join forces Wednesday to treat 50 blind children to a pre-holiday Easter egg hunt.
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.
Two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies were being called heroes Wednesday after saving a stranded driver from disaster in Santa Fe Springs.
A 23-year-old man was sentenced to 30 years in prison Monday for raping a mentally and developmentally disabled 19-year-old woman at a community college last year.
Police in downtown Los Angeles are cracking down on parking meter cheats. Specifically they’re targeting people who illegally use disability placards to get away with free parking.
Police are asking the public to help them identify a 50-60-something Asian woman who is unable to give authorities information about who she is.