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.
Goldstein Investigation: LAPD Using Electric BMWs To Commute, Go To LunchThe LAPD's efforts to go green with electric cars is raising some red flags.
Goldstein Investigation: Is A Local Stem Cells 'Expert' Selling People False Hope?Stem cells are being promoted as the new panacea for pain relief at seminars in Southern California, but is this "cure" legitimate?
MTA To Add 17 New Buses In Response To David Goldstein InvestigationJust two weeks after our CBS2 investigation exposed serious issues with MTA buses, officials are taking action.
Goldstein Investigation: Hundreds Of Deceased Voters Still On LA County RollsCBSLA's David Goldstein found hundreds of people who are eligible to vote but shouldn't be – because they're dead.
MTA Board Member Calls For Probe Into Bus Issues After Goldstein InvestigationOfficials were demanding answers hours after David Goldstein's full investigation into MTA buses with dangerous mechanical issues.
Goldstein Investigation: LA County Animal Control Workers Caught Sleeping, Holding Yard Sale And Working OutMultiple Los Angeles County Animal Control employees were caught on duty sleeping like a baby or lifting weights in the gym – all while not lifting a finger for taxpayers.
Goldstein Investigation: Illegal Drugs Sold Online Shed Light On Dark Side Of InternetOne family is getting the word out after their 23-year-old son died from an overdosed from drugs he allegedly bought online.
Goldstein Investigation: LA Sanitation Worker In DUI Crash No Longer EmployedCity officials say sanitation worker Adrian Corrales no longer has a job.
Goldstein Investigation: Sanitation Worker Who Crashed Truck In DUI Still On The JobSanitation worker Adrian Corrales - who normally drives a small garbage truck on a day shift - was charged with DUI after crashing a truck on the freeway at 3 a.m.
Goldstein Investigation: $1.3M Paving Machine Homeless Man Was Using For Shelter Back On The Road After CBS2 ReportA barely-used, $1.3 million paving machine that a homeless man had been using as shelter was back on the road Friday, just days after a CBS2 News' report.