Bill Talbert

(Source: CBS4)

Why Uber & Lyft Could Be Bad News

With ride-sharing apps Uber and Lyft coming to South Florida this summer, many raved about it’s arrival but what about the other side of the argument like why Uber may be a terrible idea for you.


Taxi Cab (Source: CBS4)

Taxi Drivers Plead With Commission For Changes

A CBS4 News investigation that profiled Miami-Dade’s taxi cab industry revealed that many drivers feel they are overworked and underpaid.


An artist rendering of proposed changes to Sun Life Stadium (Source: Miami Dolphins)

Dade Voters To Cast Ballots On Sun Life Proposal

Miami-Dade voters will get their chance to say ‘yea’ or ‘nay’ to a proposal to use tax dollars to pay for renovations to Sun Life Stadium.


(Source: CBS4)

South Florida Committee Faces Battle For 2016 Super Bowl

Super Bowl 50 may be four years away, but South Florida’s Super Bowl Bid Committee is wasting no time going after the big game.


n this handout provided by Disney Parks, Captain Mickey Mouse officially kicks-off the countdown for the arrival of the Disney Wonder to Port Miami with a Disney-style unveiling of a banner proclaiming "See You Real Soon!" on November 28, 2012 in Miami, Florida. When the Disney Wonder arrives in Miami on December 23, 2012, it will mark the first time a Disney Cruise Line ship has home-ported in South Florida. (Photo by Kent Phillips/Disney Parks via Getty Images)

PortMiami Welcomes Disney Cruise Lines With Visit From Mickey & Friends

PortMiami welcomed Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Pluto Wednesday morning as Disney Cruise Line celebrated its new homeport with Caribbean sailings departing from Miami beginning next month.


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Miami Tourism Booming In Tough Times

If you look at the latest tourism numbers you may find yourself saying “what recession?” Miami is defying the odds of the economy, going through what appears to be a tourism renaissance setting records.


South Beach

Winter Tourism Is Big Bucks For South Florida

From the catwalk to the box office, South Florida has international appeal. And the proof is in the numbers. Last year, 12.6 million visitors spent 18.8 billion dollars in Miami-Dade County, a record year for tourism.