We all know that tourism is the lifeblood of South Florida. But tonight, CBS4 Investigates… and we’ve uncovered a new kind of tourism that is promoting a shortcut to getting American Citizenship. It’s called Birth Tourism: women coming to the U.S. specifically to give birth. It’s all perfectly legal. And as we discovered… the Russians have turned it into a booming business right in our backyard.
Now on the frontline of a different life-or-death battle, Miami-Dade firefighters share their nightmare with CBS4 News Michele Gillen of cancer diagnosis which seems to haunt firehouse after firehouse.
Its name sounds so innocent, and with some music stars seemingly raving about, teenagers, college students, and even young professionals, are finding the drug Molly even more alluring. CBS 4′s Chief Investigator Michele Gillen hit the streets to find out why Molly is the talk of our town, and the growing concern of Law Enforcement.
The City of Sweetwater, already battered by allegations its former mayor is corrupt, is now facing a lawsuit alleging its police department uses excessive force.
CBS4 Investigator Jim DeFede reveals a disturbing incident which occured while a young girl was supposed to be supervised at a safe house. Who’s to blame and who’s accepting blame? What has the fallout been and is there more to come?
We focus on the big break in an ongoing CBS4 News investigation regarding disabled babies being forced to live in nursing homes.
A rare look into a world of inmates with mental illness where advocates say lives are at risk. CBS4’s Michele Gillen takes us back inside the Forgotten Floor.
Citizens Insurance has been the focus of a lot of criticism over the last few years from state leaders and taxpayers. Now, an exclusive CBS4 Investigation has discovered that hundreds of thousands of policy holders may have been overcharged by Citizens.
In recent days there have been at least eight people shot in the City of Miami, including three teenagers. Two of the teens were killed.
Relief doesn’t come close to describing the joy Michele Pinder tried to express Monday as the unwanted tenants who had moved into her childhood home finally moved out.