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Promising New Treatment For CelluliteLadies, if you have ripples and indents that riddle your thighs and butt that make it unthinkable to be out in a bikini, you're not alone.
Captain Of FIU Women’s Basketball Team Arrested For Credit Card FraudA star basketball player at Florida International University has been arrested for credit card fraud.
Miami-Dade Commission Says Yes To Uber & LyftAfter a three-year battle, Uber and Lyft can now drive up and down and around Miami-Dade after commissioners finally approved ridesharing in the county.
BSO: Public's Help Needed To Solve Pompano ShootingBSO investigators said they need the public's help to identify two men suspected to be involved in an attempted murder outside a Pompano Beach convenience store.
Plantation Cop Assigned To Cyberstalking Case Fired For Sending Sex Act Video To VictimA detective with the Plantation Police Department was terminated Tuesday after an internal affairs investigation revealed he sent a video of himself engaging in a sex act to a woman in a cyberstalking case he was assigned to.
Exclusive: The FBI’s Man Inside Opa-Locka, Part 1Frank Zambrana had hoped to find his piece of the American dream repairing and selling farm equipment on an acre of land in Opa-locka.
DUI Trial Underway Against Miami-Dade CommissionerMiami-Dade Commissioner Jose 'Pepe' Diaz sat in the defendant's chair as prosecutors laid out their DUI case against him.
More Zika Cases As Senator Gets Briefed On The "Front Lines" In DadeThree new cases of the Zika virus were reported in Florida, according to state health officials.
Family Outraged After Charges Dropped In Miami Gardens Murder CaseCharges have been dropped against a man involved in a deadly shooting in Miami Gardens.
Watch: CBS4's Rare Look At Life On A Nuclear Attack SubmarineCBS4 Photojournalist Ralph Murciano just surfaced from a nuclear attack sub off the Atlantic coast. He captured a rare look at life inside the sub during his 48-hour undersea adventure.
Former Dolphins Coach Don Shula Admitted To HospitalFormer Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula has been admitted to a South Florida hospital, according to his wife Mary-Ann.
More Acidic Seawater Now Dissolving Bit Of Florida Keys ReefIncreasingly acidic seawater due to global warming is eating away the limestone framework of coral reefs in the upper Florida Keys, according to a new study.

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