We share the road with pedestrians and bicyclists and now electric scooters. But what happens when a motorist gets into an accident with an electric scooter, causing thousands of dollars of damage to your car? Kristine Lazar reports.
2 On Your Side: Parents Seek Help Following Spike In Fights At Apple Valley SchoolA group of parents is concerned after learning from their children what happens at their Apple Valley school. The parents say they've talked to the school about bullying, but nothing seems to change. Kristine Lazar reports.
2 On Your Side: Fastrak TroublesAn Orange County couple says the express lanes are taking a toll on their wallet - and their sanity.
2 On Your Side: Health Care CostsCalifornia is third in the U.S. when it comes to spending on health care. Kristine Lazar has some tips on how to save.
2 On Your Side: Utility Bill ControversySome customers of SoCal Edison are bracing for their highest bills yet - and it's all due to an issue with the utility's billing system.
Homeowners Living In High-Risk Fire-Danger Areas Are Facing An Insurance CrisisInsurance companies are now dropping homeowner policies or dramatically raising the rates of those living in high-risk fire-danger areas. Kristine Lazar reports.
2 On Your Side: Fire Insurance ComplaintsHomeowners living in high fire danger areas are facing an insurance crisis as companies drop them from their policies - or dramatically raise their rates.
2 On Your Side: Hospital Bill BoondoggleLawmakers are looking to tackle these surprise medical bills where patients get stuck with a bill if they get emergency care in an out-of-network hospital - some of which can bankrupt people.
2 On Your Side: Airbag RecallMillions of recalled airbags are still on the road. Find out if your vehicle is affected.
2 On Your Side: Airbag Deployment LawsuitA class action lawsuit filed this month claims millions of cars on the road could have a potentially deadly airbag defect.
2 On Your Side: Wheelchair Delivered Without Necessary PartA San Fernando Valley man waited more than a year for a new wheelchair, but once it was delivered, he realized he couldn't use it. Kristine Lazar reports for 2 On Your Side.
2 On Your Side: Wheelchair FightJudy Proctor was ready to retire from nursing, but she just had one more thing to accomplish: a new wheelchair for one of her favorite patients.
Residents Urge City To Maintain Tree-Lined Streets After Branches Fall DownL.A. residents are urging the city to more regularly maintain tree-lined streets after large branches continue to plummet down, but city councilmembers say there is not enough funding. Kristine Lazar reports.
2 On Your Side: Virtual Kidnapping ScamSpam calls can be annoying - and even terrifying. Thieves are targeting families and their loved ones with a new twist on an old scam. Kristine Lazar has more.
2 On Your Side: Trash Truck TroubleA Van Nuys man says his car was totaled by a city sanitation truck. Kristine Lazar has more.
2 On Your Side: Happy Ending To Contractor Nightmare StoryIt started out as a construction nightmare when a couple lost $16,000 to a contractor. After Kristine Lazar reported for 2 On Your Side, Yvonne Williams and her pastor husband, E.L. Williams, who had had a stroke, had viewers and a new contractor come to the rescue.
2 On Your Side: HOA Fines Widow For Upgrade Made 18 Years AgoA Ventura County senior says her HOA is going after her for something than was done nearly two decades ago. CBS2's Kristine Lazar reports.
2 On Your Side: RobocallsLast month, Americans received more than four billion robocalls, but new app Firewall is hoping to stop illegal robocalls from getting through. Kristine Lazar reports for 2 On Your Side.
2 On Your Side: Family Receives Wheelchair Accessible Home Renovations After Unlicensed Contractor Scams ThemYyonne Williams thought she had found a contractor who would do about $16,000 worth of work to make her home wheelchair accessible for her husband after he suffered from a stroke, but the contractor scammed the couple. After a lawyer saw her 2 On Your Side story, their luck changed. Kristine Lazar reports.
2 On Your Side: Sewage In The SinkOne renter says she's unable to wash her dishes because of sewage seeping into her sink.
2 On Your Side: Diploma TroublesGraduates of an Orange County-based trade college say they did the work - but don't have the diploma to show for it.
2 On Your Side: Life Savings Gone After Woman Pays Unlicensed Contractor To Make Home Wheelchair AccessibleYyonne Williams' husband will be coming home from the hospital -- but their home is not wheelchair accessible. Williams thought she had found a contractor who would do about $16,000 worth of work. Kristine Lazar reports for 2 On Your Side.
2 On Your Side: License Plate PenaltiesA Southland driver was stunned to learn what he thought was a fix-it ticket turned out to be a $1,100 fine. Kristine Lazar has more.
2 On Your Side: Beauty Product DangersAdd cosmetics to the list of household items parents need to lock up to keep their kids away. Kristine Lazar has more.
2 On Your Side: iBuyersYou can now selling your home to things you can do with the click of a mouse. Kristine Lazar has more.
2 On Your Side: Local Woman Finds She Was Overcharged At TargetArleen De Leon found out something wasn't adding up -- literally -- when she went home and checked her Target receipt. Kristine Lazar reports for 2 On Your Side. .
2 On Your Side: Woman Lost Her Home In Camp Fire; Now Scammed Out Of $400KColleen Kahle lost her home in the devastating Camp Fire last November. Now she's become the victim of a wire fraud scam that's taken her $400,000 life savings. 2 On Your Side's Kristine Lazar reports.
2 On Your Side: House Guest Refuses To LeaveWhen a house guest refused to leave, she became a prisoner in her own home - so, she called 2 On Your Side.
2 On Your Side: Hollywood Talent Agency Not Paying Its ActorsA group of actors are speaking out, claiming they haven’t been paid by the Hollywood talent agency which hired them. Kristine Lazar reports.
2 On Your Side: How The Nearly $3M Raised For Woolsey Fire Victims Is Helping Those Who Need ItKristine Lazar examines how the nearly $3 million raised for Woolsey Fire victims, with the help of CBS2 and the United Way, is going to those who need it most.