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.
Goldstein Investigates: Downtown Smoke Shop That Caught Fire Was Not LicensedInvestigators say they believe the explosion at Smoke Tokes was likely caused by butane hash oil, though it was not immediately clear whether the business was producing the oil — which is illegal in the city — or selling it.
Goldstein Investigates: 2 More Terminal Island Inmates Dead As Coronavirus Outbreak WorsensMore than half the population has tested positive for the virus, and cases surged 900 percent in one week. 
Goldstein Investigates: Coronavirus Cases At Terminal Island Federal Prison Increase 900% In A WeekThe coronavirus outbreak at the federal prison on Terminal Island continues to get worse, with more than half of the population now testing positive for the illness.
Goldstein Investigates: DASH Drivers Concerned For Safety Amid Coronavirus PandemicDASH buses run shorter distances in and around the city of Los Angeles, but drivers are angry because they have been told they cannot enforce the mayor's directives of social distancing and wearing face coverings.
Goldstein Investigates: MTA Bus Drivers Talk Possible Strike Over Coronavirus ConcernsBus drivers say they are on the front lines dealing with passengers without the proper safety precautions, and now some are considering taking action.
'I Was Not Satisfied': Supervisor Janice Hahn Calls For Investigation Following Super Tuesday Voting ProblemsA spokesperson for the registrar's office said they did not yet know how many machines malfunctioned or what caused the problems.
Goldstein Investigates: LA Spending Millions In Overtime Pay For City WorkersIn the past five years, the city of Los Angeles has spent more than $2 billion in overtime payments for city workers, according to a report released Wednesday.
Goldstein Investigates: Are Public Schools Safer Than Charters During An Earthquake?An investigation by CBSLA's David Goldstein found that because of a loophole in a state law, not all schools may be as safe as they could be.
Goldstein Investigates: LA County Leader Upset With Probation Department RetreatA county leader is looking into changing the ordinance on training retreats following an investigation by CBS2's David Goldstein.
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.