Study: Underground Sex Industry Very Lucrative, Dangerous

The old saying that “pimpin’ ain’t easy,” doesn’t seem to apply to pimps in some of the nation’s largest cities. While they break the law, the pimps are also breaking the bank.

CBS Miami–03/12/2014

Celestino Galindo Dominguez, 34, of Veracruz, Mexico, works at a citrus farm owned by Sorrells Brothers Inc. in the Central Florida town of Arcadia, Fla. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Scott Defends Veto Of Money For Citrus Research

Gov. Rick Scott says he vetoed $2 million for citrus greening research because there are other sources of funding for it within the industry.



Cruise Industry Heads Optimistic, Expect Growth In 2011

The cruise industry expects modest growth in 2011 as eight new large ships debut and consumers continue to shake off the effects of a recession despite rising fuel costs and more stringent environmental regulations, industry executives said Tuesday.


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Travel Industry Suffering Due To Egyptian Chaos

As the situation in Egypt continues to deteriorate each day, the fighting half-way around the world is impacting business here in South Florida.


I-Team: NHTSA Is Asleep At The Wheel

For more than 40 years the federal government has had an agency in place whose only mission is to protect American motorists from defective and dangerous cars and trucks.

But the CBS4 I-Team has uncovered questionable ties between those supposed government watchdogs and the automotive industry. It’s a problem highlighted recently during the crisis involving sudden acceleration in Toyotas.