'Pothole Blitz' Underway On LA StreetsThe Bureau of Street Services received 3,911 pothole repair requests in January and was onpace to receive even more in February.
FAA Widens Inspection Of Engines After Southwest AccidentFederal regulators are expanding an emergency order for airlines to inspect fan blades in the engines of Boeing 737 jets for cracks that indicate wear and tear.
Officials Say It Could Take Months To Cleanup Oil Spill At Santa BarbaraOne it cleans out, the process of repairing the pipeline begins.
Judge Outlines Plan For California To Regain Prison ControlA federal judge has outlined a plan for California to end nearly a decade of federal control over its prison health care system.
Southwest Grounding Nearly One-Fifth Of Its Fleet Over Missed InspectionsSouthwest Airlines says it has grounded 128 planes after failing to inspect backup hydraulic systems used to control the rudder if the main system fails.
Taxi Cab Drivers Circle City Hall In Protest Of Ride-Share ServicesHundreds of taxi cab drivers Tuesday were slowly circling City Hall to protest the rise of unregulated ride-share services.
LAUSD Bus Inspection Reports Show Major Safety ViolationsWhile your children ride LAUSD buses, we obtained the most recent reports, finding fuel leaks, steering violations that could endanger students, and bad brakes.
LAPD Conducting Free Child Safety Seat InspectionsThe LAPD's Valley Traffic Division is promoting public awareness of the proper use of child safety seats.
'Flawed' Design In Expo Light Rail Line Prompts Calls For InspectionThe city's newest light rail line faced increased scrutiny on Monday after officials discovered a critical design flaw that could raise the risk of train derailments.
Solar Panels Going Online Following CBS2 InvestigationA CBS2 Investigation broadcast earlier this month has spawned change -- solar systems installed on L.A. homes received the OK from DWP to be turned on after months of sitting idle on rooftops.
Corruption Probe At LA Building Department ExpandedCity officials have expanded a corruption investigation at the Los Angeles building department, a month after two employees were arrested for allegedly accepting thousands of dollars in bribes to approve construction work without conducting inspections.
Inaccurate Luggage Scales Could Cost You Big MoneyIf you are flying this holiday season, how do you know the luggage scale at the airport is accurate? Before you get hit with big fees, take a look at what we found.