Florida is relatively young state, but there have been five flags that have flown over Florida since it was first discovered in April 2, 1513 by Juan Ponce de Leon who is fabled to have been searching for the “fountain of youth.”
Twitter is developing a handy new tool. Careful, though: the tool is a double-edged sword.
Fifty years ago today, the way Americans received their news began a dramatic shift. That was the day Walter Cronkite took over what became the CBS Evening News.
Explore Women’s History Month in Miami at these locations and discover the local and global conquerers of the proverbial glass ceiling.
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Consumers looking to apply for more credit may find lenders now have a lot more information at their disposal to help with that decision. That’s thanks to a new kind of credit report now available that’s packed with information about you and how you handle everything from electric payments to rent.
The largest medicare fraud bust in history was announced today, and South Florida had the dubious distinction of racking up more than half of the money allegedly stolen from U.S. taxpayers.
Labor Day facts to make you the Resident Smarty Pants at your weekend BBQ
The CBS4 I-Team has learned that a daycare run by the same owners behind a Homestead daycare center where a young boy died had extensive problems complying with state rules.
At the corner of Northeast 1st and 1st in downtown Miami sits the 100 First Avenue Building. It is for sale.