Teenage Rape Victim Finds Vast Support Network After Going Public With StoryA courageous teenager who revealed the painful details of her rape case for the first time on CBS2 in November says she found a vast support network after she went public with her story.
Garcetti: LA Should Refund Drivers Ticketed By Faulty Camera"I would encourage MTA to refund those dollars, and for the sheriff to stop issuing those tickets until it's fixed.”
Could Aliso Canyon Gas Leak Be Causing Cancer? Two People Say YesThe gas leak made headlines as people were evacuated for months until the well was capped. Now 17 months later, the first signs of a deadly cancer are beginning to show. CBS2's investigative reporter David Goldstein has the story.
Hundreds Of Drivers Were Likely Wrongly Targeted By Camera At LA IntersectionA single photo enforcement camera at a Watts intersection was responsible for 807 tickets last year, which if all paid, would equal almost $400,000 in fines.
Parents Angered By Video Of Strapped-Down Children Undergoing Procedures At Dental ClinicClinic management says restraints are common practice.
Many Los Angeles Elementary Schools Surrounded By Dangerous StreetsA downtown Los Angeles elementary school is surrounded by the most most dangerous streets of any elementary school in the state, according to a report.
Caught On Video: Doctor Asks For Cash For Handicapped Placard Even Before ExamA permanent placard would cost $1,500, the chiropractor told Goldstein's producer.
Pot Doctors Becoming Pet Doctors By Issuing Letters For Emotional Support AnimalsAnd federal transportation officials have taken notice, hoping to propose new rules later this year.
Do 'Emotional Support Animals' Pose Safety Risk To Airline Passengers?Because an ESA can be your personal pet and doesn't have to be trained at all, a flight attendants union says the animals have caused safety problems for passengers.
10 Most Viewed CBS2 Investigations By David Goldstein In 2016
Developer Ordered To Inform Residents Of Downtown LA Building's Fire Code ViolationsInspectors said the space, which houses artists' lofts and offices, had been converted from industrial space into apartments “without the required permits and approvals.”
Downtown Los Angeles Artists' Lofts Cited For Dozens Of Fire Safety Code ViolationsA downtown Los Angeles building that houses artists' lofts and offices has been cited for more than three dozen fire safety code violations.

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