It’s a topic a lot of people don’t like to talk about: How are you planning to pay for long-term nursing care for an elderly parent, or even yourself?
Surveillance cameras were rolling in Southwest Miami-Dade when teenage thieves grabbed a brand-spanking new bicycle worth nearly $2,000 from an open garage.
It was a proud day on South Beach Wednesday as 100 new American citizens were sworn in.
The day after a fire tore through an Opa-Locka apartment complex, crews began work on the building and residents got their first look at their homes.
Fire crews are investigating a fire that brought down parts of Opa-Locka apartment complex’s roof.
Dozens of senior medical students gathered Friday for a crucial “first step” to practicing medicine.
When the housing bubble burst, dozens of condo associations faced huge losses of income due to delinquent owners. The answer for dozens of associations became a court appointed receiver who would be in charge of rescuing distressed units and bringing in money to the association. But as Eliott Rodriguez and CBS4 Investigates discovered, critics say the solution has become a twisted problem that is currently unfolding in front of local judges.
How does a $7 debt owed to a condo association, turn into a lien against the owner for more than $13,000? CBS4 Investigates the alleged abuse of liens and other fees by some court appointed receivers, all of whom were assigned by the court to protect the association’s interests and finances. As CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez tells us, owners and judges are starting to take a second look.
Insurance companies are changing the way you pay for your prescription drugs. In some cases, the idea of a copay is going away.
George Zimmerman will not face federal charges in the death of Trayvon Martin.