A Southern California Congresswoman on Thursday defended plans for a high-speed rail project despite spiraling costs and concerns over its long-term viability.
The holidays are a colorful time.
Financial expert Nick Givogri from Merrill Edge appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning with tips on how to stay on top of unexpected expenses throughout the year.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday called for deeper spending cuts for health and welfare spending and a shortened work week for state employees in his revised plan to reduce the state’s $16 billion deficit.
Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to arrive in Los Angeles Monday afternoon to pitch his plan to fix the state’s budget deficit.
The chancellor of Cal State Long Beach got an earful from outraged students Tuesday night, as he threw a pricey party.
As Cal State students face another tuition hike this fall, a CBS2 News investigation has found tens of thousands of dollars of questionable spending by the chancellor’s office.
At a time when many people are worried about retirement money, you might be surprised some people are advising you can actually enjoy life sooner.
Water rates may have gone up 70 percent in the past six years but, but our undercover investigation found water executives spending money like water.
City Controller Wendy Greuel said the Department of Animal Services has failed to keep accurate records of the thousands of animals at its shelters.
A proposal by California transportation officials to cut spending is drawing heavy criticism from Southland business owners.
That pain you may be feeling at the gas pump is bringing some much-needed paper to the coffers at City Hall.
Roughly 100 to 120 Sears and Kmart stores are closing after a dismal holiday season. During the eight weeks leading up to Christmas, sales fell 4.4 percent at Kmart stores and six percent at Sears.
The findings of a CBS2 investigation earlier this month originally prompted the city controller to order a thorough financial audit of the department.
Economists say an increase in the number of jobs created in September and October is unlikely to offset the bigger economic picture.