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Ragan Bond court (Source: CBS4)

Mother Of Accused Nail Salon Shooter Details Son’s Troubled Life

The teen accused of shooting and killing a 10-year old during a nail salon robbery had a troubled life and both his parents are behind bars.

CBS Miami–12/06/2013

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Local Veterans Worry About Government Shutdown

Politicians love to love veterans, but the military heroes could be suffering some major losses due to the ongoing GOP-led government shutdown.

CBS Miami–10/10/2013

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If Debt Default Deadline Hits, Then What?

As the Republican-led government shutdown continues, the approaching debt limit and a possible debt default continues to grow larger on the horizon.

CBS Miami–10/09/2013

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Bogus Wheelchair Abuse By Airline Passengers

Airline passengers are often frustrated by the long wait to get through security. However, people seem to be finding a way around it by using a wheelchair, even if they are not disabled.

05/29/2013

Deerfield Beach now has an 'ocean wheelchair' for paralyzed residents.  (Source: Rebecca Medina/Deerfield Beach)

Deerfield Beach Rolls Out “Ocean” Wheelchair

Living in South Florida, an afternoon at the beach or lakeside seems only natural. But for some people with physical challenges it presents can be daunting.

CBS4–03/25/2013

Homestead High School basketball player Steven Claunch overcame the obstacle of his disability to become a standout player. (CBS4)

Homestead High Athlete Achieving His Goals After Overcoming Adversity

On the basketball court he’s a star shooter, but Homestead High basketball player Steven Claunch hasn’t had an easy time getting to this point.

CBS4–04/24/2012

disabled matchmaking

Website Looks To Bring Love To Everyone

Valentine’s Day is all about love. For those who have found it, it is a great thing. But for those who are still looking for love, there is now a new match making website designed to make it easier.

CBS4–02/14/2011

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Disabled Fight For Benefits They’re Owed

Millions of Americans have disability insurance through their employers. But, even when doctors document disabilities many get turned down for the benefits.

CBS4–12/24/2010

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