Mel Gibson… Paris Hilton… Lindsey Lohan… Kiefer Sutherland… the list of drunk or high celebrities getting into trouble is endless.
Documents obtained by CBS4 show a system of corruption and payoffs that spans not just a few months on Miami Beach but perhaps more than a decade.
Most parents don’t realize that kids under 21 still consider mom and dad to be the greatest influence in their lives. Yet, far too many of these kids also say their parents haven’t talked to them about alcohol and other drugs. They also report that they drink and use other drugs at someone else’s home. Sadly, too many say they had their first drink at home with mom or dad.
Miami Beach’s police department can’t seem to catch a break. They are back in the headlines with yet another officer accused of drinking on the job.
A sobering statistic from a new study: more than one in ten U.S. children live with an alcoholic parent.
Florida teenagers aren’t experimenting with drugs as much as they have in the past.
American Airlines is telling international passengers to “have a drink on us.”
Courts, lawmakers, and Governor Rick Scott are all arguing about the right of Florida physicians to ask patients about access to guns. CBS4 Investigates a tragic case where one widow believes a simple question could have saved her husband’s life.
Amy Winehouse died as the unintended consequence of drinking too much alcohol, a British coroner ruled Wednesday.
The newest fad teens are using to get drunk seems to have old ingredients. It uses a candy they loved as a child, and now, may found a new reason to love as they approach adulthood.