All the latest from Consumer

'Liquor Wall' Closer To Getting Torn Down The so-called "liquor wall" moved a step closer to being torn down amid massive lobbying to repeal the decades-old prohibition on liquor being sold alongside groceries and other retail stores.
Sears Has "Substantial Doubt" It Can Keep Doors OpenTheir slogan used to be "Sears, where America shops." Apparently not anymore.
Apple Introduces Updated iPad With Price CutIf you've been pondering a purchase of a new Apple iPad, your patience has had paid off.
State Senate To Take Up "Liquor Wall" RepealA controversial measure that would allow liquor to be sold in grocery and retail stores is expected to go before the full Senate on Tuesday.
Monopoly Boots 3 Tokens, Adds Penguin, Rubber Ducky & T-RexMonopoly booted the boot, rolled out the wheelbarrow and gave a thumbs down to the thimble leading the way for new tokens on the board - a Tyrannosaurus rex, a penguin and a rubber ducky.
JCPenney Closing 138 Stores, Two Are In Florida J.C. Penney plans to close another 138 stores, including two in Florida, this summer.
Hyundai Recalls Nearly Million Sedans Over Seat Belt ProblemNearly a million Hyundai sedans are being recalled for faulty front seat belts.
Two Russian Spies Charged In Massive Yahoo HackThe U.S. has charged Russian Federal Security officers with hacking Yahoo along with millions of email accounts in what is being called one of the largest data breaches in U.S. history.
Coral Gables Ban On Plastic Bags A Step Closer To Becoming LawA ban on plastic shopping bags in Coral Gables is one step closer to reality.
American Airlines Brings Back Free Meals On FlightsAmerican Airlines is bringing back the free meals for travelers on certain cross-country flights starting May 1st.
Lauren's List: These Are The Pictures To Keep Off Social MediaBetween Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, there's no shortage of places to post your pictures.
Volkswagen Pleads Guilty In US Emissions ScandalVolkswagen has pleaded guilty to conspiracy and obstruction in a scheme to cheat U.S. pollution regulations on nearly 600,000 diesel vehicles by using software to suppress emissions during tests.

More From CBS Miami

Check Your Bracket!
Weather Forecast 24/7
Moving U To Stay Fit

Listen Live