The city of Pembroke Pines has rescinded a precautionary boil water notice that has been in effect since Thursday of last week.
The Associated Press interviewed doctors, parents and health advocates around Florida who said privatization has exacerbated problems first noticed in a pilot program eight years ago.
The agency said Friday three additional cases of locally acquired dengue fever have been reported.
Rick wasn’t that “into it” (so he said) and went right for the donation, but his children made sure he “paid up” by getting cold and wet. Then, he made sure his little ones got to feel the icy cold water too!
Bottled water is receiving a bad rap due to environmental concerns. A company based in the Midwest is selling an alternative that claims to be more eco-friendly: water in a box.
Breastfeeding moms could be seen in Aventura Mall showing support for nursing in public on Thursday.
The 2015 American Heart Walk isn’t until next April, but organizers are already gearing up for a successful fundraiser.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio said recent allegations made by a whistle blower inside the Miami VA are both disturbing but sadly typical of the VA’s problems across the country.
With so many of us going to the movies on any given night, CBS4 News wondered how dirty are the theaters we visit.
Officials in Orlando released an update on the first patient in Florida to contract Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.