Prevention The Focus Of World AIDS Day In Miami-Dade, BrowardJairo Farinas had a big scare not long ago – he thought he may have contracted HIV.
Man Infected With HIV Sentenced To Jail For Biting Palm Beach DeputyA man who bit a Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputy during a drunken altercation has been sentenced to 364 days in jail.
Pioneering New Therapy Shows Promising Results Against HIVA British man with HIV could become the very first person to be cured by using a pioneering new therapy.
Winner Announced In Broward's "Art To End Aids" Mural ProjectThe Florida Department of Health in Broward County and ArtServe has announced a winner in its “Art to End AIDS” public mural project.
$16M Given To Florida Groups For Cancer ResearchA number of Florida organizations are getting money for cancer research and tobacco-related diseases.
Wilton Manors Couple Spreads Awareness On World AIDS DayIt's World AIDS Day. A day to remember those who we've lost to crippling disease. It's also a time when everyone can reflect on how far the fight against HIV and AIDS has progressed.
South Florida Artists Wanted For "Art To End Aids" Mural ProjectThe continued push to end the global AIDS epidemic will come to the forefront in South Florida with a new public mural project in Broward County.
Focus On South Florida: With Michele Gillen and Ramona MillerFocus' Rudabeh Shahbazi talks with CBS4's Investigative Reporter Michele Gillen and special guest Ramona Miller.
Exclusive: Trapped, Inside The Hidden World Of Sex TraffickingLooking into a reflection of her own eyes, Kyla Massey sees a tormented soul. A spirit crushed under the weight of memories of the sex acts she was forced to perform. How many men did the 26-year-old have to service on just one typical day?
HIV/AIDS: Understanding The EpidemicMore than 1.2 million people within the United States are living with HIV.
Focus On South Florida: Planned ParenthoodMiami has the highest rate of newly reported HIV cases in the country, an increased risk of unplanned teen pregnancies for Blacks and Hispanics, and the highest rate of uninsured people statewide.
FDA Suspends Local Blood Bank License After Inspection Federal officials suspended the license of a local blood bank after an inspection revealed a series of violations that could "constitute a danger to health."