Summer time in South Florida means brilliant sunshine, afternoon thunderstorms and lots and lots of mosquitoes.
There are plenty of sprays, candles, and other treatments out there but which ones actually work?
Fly into the future for a moment. The year is 2025, when the county estimates nearly 46 million passengers will move through Miami International Airport on a yearly basis. This huge passenger number is the reason the airport needs to make sure it’s ready for the future.
Thousands of signed petitions were delivered to the Florida Attorney General’s Office Thursday morning asking her to drop the state’s legal challenges holding up gay marriage in the state.
Do peanuts make your throat close up? Do berries give you hives? Could melons kill you?
An explosion of food allergies is unique to America and Europe and no one seems to know why.
Tonight, CBS4′s Brian Andrews looks at the reasons your grandparents might not have had food allergies, but you do.
Using a phone to call 911 is the most efficient way to reach emergency help but what if you can’t talk on your phone? What if you can only text and you need emergency police help?
The new public pool set to open this month in B.F. James Park in Hallandale Beach represents a promise kept that was made to the Black community by city leaders decades ago.
South Floridians may have snickered poolside during last winter’s polar vortex—but no one seems to be gloating now.
There’s GPS for your car, your kids and even your dog. Now new GPS technology can help you keep track of your luggage, even if it gets lost at the airport.
We’ve all heard of technology, like dating websites or apps that bring people together but now some says it’s also helping people stay together too. Relationship apps promise conflict resolution with just the touch of a smart phone.
As the giant 747 transitioned the ramp from the runway to the terminal at Miami International Airport, passengers who were paying close attention to the ramp marker were treated to quite a site; a family of burrowing owls sitting on the sign and at the opening to thei nest just under the marker.