Goldstein Investigates: Case Against Ed Buck Sent To DA's OfficeThe case against high-dollar political donor Ed Buck has been sent to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office, CBS2's David Goldstein has learned.
Goldstein Investigates: Illegal Dumping Persists In DTLA While City Security Cameras Collect DustGoldstein's investigation uncovered $150,000 worth of security cameras and equipment has been sitting in a locked storage cabinet in the L.A. City Public Works building. The cameras, about a dozen, have sat unused — even though they were purchased more than a year ago.
Goldstein Investigates: Police Work To Shut Down Illegal Cannabis ShopsDavid Goldstein investigates how unlicensed and illegal cannabis shops are going to great lengths to stay open after being supposedly shut down by officials.
California Lawmakers React To David Goldstein's Investigation On Horse Deaths At Santa Anita ParkThe latest horse death occurred Sunday, May 19 after a horse was injured during a race, bringing the total in horse fatalities to 25 since late December.
Goldstein Investigates: 36 Additional Horse Deaths Occurred At Santa Anita In 2018Nearly all 36 horses had pre-existing conditions, records obtained by CBS2 show.
Goldstein Investigates: Metro Proposed Spending $200K On Saunas, Steam RoomsWhile the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority struggles to replace buses that broke down and caught fire because of a lack of money, the agency is proposing spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on steam and sauna rooms for its employees.
Goldstein Investigates: Ex-USC Administrator Indicted In College Scandal Now Driving For LyftDonna Heinel is accused of taking more than $1.3 million in bribes to get 24 non-athletes admitted to USC as athletic recruits.
David Goldstein Investigation: Metro To Scrap Last Of Diesel BusesMonths after uncovering the dangers, David Goldstein has an update on the old diesel buses that tend to catch fire.
Only On 2: Tipster Who Touched Off Campus Bribery Admissions Scandal Lives In LarchmontBut Morrie Tobin isn't talking.
Goldstein Investigation: Money Flows Like Water At Water Board MeetingsBoard members like Carol Kwan get a per diem of around $250 a meeting. And while it's a part-time job, it is big business.
Goldstein Investigation: Getting Paid For A 5-Minute MeetingDavid Goldstein found this water district board member paid for catered meetings that sometimes last only minutes, and it's all on the rate payer's dime.