CBS4 Investigates

CBS4 Investigates the alleged abuse of liens and other fees by some court appointed receivers, all of whom were assigned by the court to protect the association's interests and finances. (Source: CBS4)

CBS4 Investigates: Condo Cash Mystery Pt. 2

When the housing bubble burst, dozens of condo associations faced huge losses of income due to delinquent owners. The answer for dozens of associations became a court appointed receiver who would be in charge of rescuing distressed units and bringing in money to the association. But as Eliott Rodriguez and CBS4 Investigates discovered, critics say the solution has become a twisted problem that is currently unfolding in front of local judges.

CBS4–03/06/2015

CBS4 Investigates the alleged abuse of liens and other fees by some court appointed receivers, all of whom were assigned by the court to protect the association's interests and finances. (Source: CBS4)

CBS4 Investigates: Condo Cash Mystery Part 1

How does a $7 debt owed to a condo association, turn into a lien against the owner for more than $13,000? CBS4 Investigates the alleged abuse of liens and other fees by some court appointed receivers, all of whom were assigned by the court to protect the association’s interests and finances. As CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez tells us, owners and judges are starting to take a second look.

CBS4–03/05/2015

Prescription Danger

Powerful Antibiotic Could Be A Prescription For Danger Pt. II

More and more people are coming forward claiming to be seriously ill victims of a powerful antibiotic they too, supposedly to get well. Now CBS$’s Chief Investigator Michele Gillen reveals an internal FDA safety report and details what the government agency isn’t telling the public.

CBS4–02/24/2015

Levaquin  (Source: CBS4)

Powerful Antibiotic Could Be A Prescription For Danger

They are some of the most widely prescribed type of antibiotics. But instead of making patients better, many say they’ve never been sicker. The most popular among them is Levaquin.
Tonight, CBS4’s Chief Investigate reporter Michele Gillen reports that the FDA is being pushed to increase the warnings about how these drugs should be used.

CBS4–02/13/2015

Food Truck Trouble

Food Truck Trouble? Do You Know What You Are Getting?

Food trucks are a fun and popular way to dine out but how do you know what you are getting? When you see what CBS4 discovered, you may lose your appetite.

CBS Miami–01/29/2015

The donation box. (Source: CBS4)

CBS4 Investigates: Donation By Intimidation?

Every day across the nation seniors over 60 are fed a free meal funded by the government at designated senior citizen centers.
For many who live in poverty or on fixed incomes, it is the only hot meal they will eat all day.
But as CBS4 Investigates discovered, some centers are expecting their seniors to give them money for their free lunch.
They call it a donation. But as CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez asks, is it “Donation By Intimidation?”

CBS4–11/19/2014

It's an amazing sight. (Source: David Sutta/CBS4)

Journey Into The Everglades With The Alligator Whisperer

Can you imagine swimming with wild alligators in the Everglades? It’s not something anyone would ever consider doing in their wildest dreams except for Hal Kreitman.

CBS Miami–10/31/2014

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Are Outrageous Tolls The Wave Of The Future?

If you use the Express lanes on I-95, prepare to pay way more. The same could go for parking your car in Downtown Miami. The trend called congestive pricing is taking off.

CBS Miami–10/30/2014

Silver Palm Inn  (Source: Paul Novack)

Dead Man Walking: Inside The 1966 Murder Of Bobby Williams

He was only 17 on August 5, 1966, but 48-years later, the date is still seared into Timothy Drayton’s memory as if it was yesterday. That was the day his friend, Bobby Williams, was shot and killed by Dade County Sheriffs deputies, in what Drayton now claims, was a murder, set up, sanctioned and committed by officers of the law and even a local judge.

CBS Miami–08/05/2014

Brain Scan

CBS4 Investigates: Mental Mayhem

Across the nation, mental illness is page one. It’s mayhem all too personal for some South Florida families.

CBS Miami–11/20/2013