Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau, is back on the surface Wednesday after spending a month in an underwater lab.
The Miami-Dade commission introduced an Tuesday ordinance intended to reduce the number pool deaths by electrocution.
Over the years we have seen our share of crazy situations including shark frenzies, diving with the third most dangerous shark in the world, handling fish that could send me to the hospital.
While working on our series we learned in cave diving there is really no such thing as a rescue. If something goes wrong, it’s up to you to fix it. If you can’t fix it, a cave diver will eventually recover your body. We heard over and over again there are no rescues. Except for that one guy, in that one place, who pulls off the miracles in Merritt’s Pond.
When you think of exploration, going somewhere no one has never been, you probably think of distant remote places. What if we told you there were parts of Florida being discovered right now. They are underground and for the first time in this report they are being shown to the world.
Following a CBS4 investigation into pool safety, Miami-Dade County may now pass a law to help prevent electrocution in pools.
When Fabien Cousteau woke up today he did all the normal things you and I would do. Except he did it in the most unusual of places; at the bottom of the ocean.
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?
The Florida Supreme Court has ruled all red light cameras installed by cities before 2010 were illegal and cities, like Aventura, may now have to return all those fines back to drivers.
It’s three minutes of video that may make you cringe when you see it–children unable to escape a pool as it becomes electrically charged.