If you’ve ever driven through Broward County, there’s a slight chance that you’ve been watched. In parts of northern Broward County, license plates are tracked by computers every time a car passes by. These systems have been in use for several years now.
Earlier this year in a CBS4 investigation, we showed you how drivers are beating red light camera tickets, while others are being taken for a ride. In this report, CBS4’s David Sutta continues his investigation on how cities may be setting you up to lose in what some are calling kangaroo courts. It’s a story that may leave you wondering…is this legal?
Millions of babies are born using in-vitro fertilization every year. Now, new technology airms to give even more parents a chance at conceiving their baby.
AsCBS4′s Rhiannon Ally shows us, I-V-F Florida is one of a dozen or so centers in the U.S. using a machine called the embryoscope and they say this machine could be a game changer for I-V-F.
Smartphones have made snapping pictures of anything and everything easier than ever before. But the constant snapping of photos of everything from food to priceless moments with family could come at a price to your memory.
Since its inception, red light cameras have been a hot topic among politicians and drivers all across the state of Florida. Now, a House Republican has filed a bill that would repeal the state laws that authorized the red light cameras at intersections across the state.
Starting Monday, drivers have a new, less expensive option to fight red light camera tickets. But don’t celebrate too soon, because the existing laws are also getting tougher on some drivers.
This “Best Of” list offers the best places in South Florida to enroll in a photography class and take photos like a pro, even if it’s only a hobby.
Five firefighters simply doing their jobs returned to Station 45 Wednesday morning to find their vehicles burglarized.
They are the mysterious symbols inside a house of horrors. Now CBS4′s Gio Benitez tries to unravel what they meant to Jorge and Carmen Barahona. Could the icons and gestures explain the murder, torture and abuse of their children?
The CBS hit drama “Person of Interest” certainly has the interest of those who love suspense based on cutting edge technology. But how much of it is real? CBS4 Investigates decided to track those who can track you and discovered that these days fiction isn’t that far from reality.