Why does a man go to the post office to pick up a live rooster? Police in Boynton Beach say Danny Pham wanted his fowl for fighting, and that’s against the law. Pham had a date with a judge, and his mail-order chicken was saved from the cock-righting ring.
Conventional wisdom dictates that it is easier to find a job when you already have a job. Now there is increasing proof that companies are openly telling the jobless that they need not apply.
South Florida airports handle millions of visitors from around the world. With them they bring millions of bags, jam packed with some of the most bizarre things you can imagine. CBS4′s David Sutta takes you behind the scenes at Miami International Airport as U.S. Customs Agents round up crazy contraband.
It may be a tough sell at a time when tuition is climbing and available seats at Florida universities are scarce, but a Jacksonville state representative has filed a bill that would legalize state tuition breaks for all Florida residents, even if their parents are not here legally.
During one week in early July, a Broward County pharmacist says she turned in three customers to the Broward Sheriff’s Office at the North Broward Pharmacy for trying to get their hands on powerful prescription drugs through fraudulent means.
Most homeowners would be upset if the City put a 10-foot concrete wall right through their backyard, but David Graydon and others who live in Miami’s Coral Gate neighborhood pushed to have a wall like that, built last summer.
Two South Florida women seeking Botox treatments trusted a 28-year-old woman, who police say had no medical license, to inject their faces with the temporary wrinkle remover.
Four family members have been indicted for trying to sell jet fighter engines here in Miami to eventually be shipped to Iran..a violation of federal law.
A CBS4 I-Team investigation into your safety has discovered that South Florida is quickly becoming known for more than just sun, surf and sand.
For years, Miami and South Florida were known as the center of the drug smuggling trade into the United States. They were known as the days of the Cocaine Cowboys.
It was a normal, typical meeting on January 22, 2009, at the Miami-Dade Commission chambers. But during one of the votes that day, commissioners voted 12 to zero with one absence, to approve an adjusted budget that carried wide implications for citizens.
What does that mean, and why should you care?