Baldwin Hills Man Charged In Massive Luxury Car Lease ScamProsecutors allege he conned at least 115 people into handing over the leases on the Bentleys, Ferraris, Porsches, Maseratis and other such vehicles.
LA County Registrar: 'All Hands On Deck' To Address Voting Machine Issues Before NovemberThe Los Angeles County Registrar's Office is promising changes after a David Goldstein investigation last year criticized their new election machines.
Goldstein Investigates: EDD Worker Says Phone Agents Lack Training, SupportThe state said because of record unemployment and low staffing, the department has had to bring in almost 5,000 temporary employees to handle the increase in volume, likening the process to building a plane in midair.
LA Fire Chief Unsure Why Smoke Shop That Went Up In Flames Was Never InspectedThere are new questions about a building in downtown Los Angeles that burst into flames last weekend in a fire that injured a dozen firefighters.
'They Were Screaming': Congresswoman Visits COVID-Plagued Terminal IslandSan Pedro Congresswoman Nannette Barragan got a firsthand look Tuesday at the coronavirus-plagued Terminal Island federal prison.
Families Push For Inmates At Terminal Island To Be Released Due To COVID OutbreakSo far, 644 inmates have tested positive, the second-most of any federal prison in the country.
LA Mayor's 'Angeleno Card' Program Glitch Frustrates ApplicantsThe mayor's fund for the city of Los Angeles has raised millions in contributions. But where is the money going?
Contractor For MTA Short On Hand Sanitizer Days After Driver Tests Positive For CoronavirusDrivers rely on sanitizer to keep themselves safe and the bus-riding public.
Openings Delayed For Some LA County Voting Centers Due To E-Voting GlitchesAs voting gets underway in L.A. County, about two dozen voting centers have yet to open due to equipment problems.
Goldstein Investigation: 9 USC Students Die In Single Semester, 3 From Accidental Fentanyl OverdosesCBS2 has obtained autopsy reports for seven of nine USC students who died in a four-month time span during the fall semester of last year — deaths that sent shockwaves through the ritzy campus.
Goldstein Investigation: Officials Warn Of 'Vulnerabilities' With E-Voting Machines Ahead Of March 3 PrimaryIt cost taxpayers $300 million to develop, but not everyone is confident it'll work properly.