Jorge Estevez

Cirque Military

Good 4 You: Cirque For Service Members

A group of performers traveling the world entertaining our troops is making its way to South Florida.



Social Media Meetings: The Next Best Thing In Marketing

Social media is the new way companies are getting buzz on their products.



Financial Sex Aid: Florida Co-Eds Seek “Sugar Daddy” for College Degree

There is a growing trend that proves just how expensive getting a college education has become. Young women are looking for help to pay for college from complete strangers.



Walk Like MADD To Help Victims

A second annual walk in a field that holds tragic memories for Helen Witty will hopefully help fight a crime that takes thousands of lives each year.


New Covent Garden Flower Market Gears Up For Valentines Day

Valentine’s Ideas To Help Save The Day

With just a few days left to plan Valentine’s Day, CBS4 decided to find a few ways for you and your loved one to spend time together on Valentine’s Day.



Man Walking From Miami To San Fran For School Uniforms

The first step is the hardest part of any journey. That holds especially true for Barrett Keene who is walking from Miami to San Francisco.


A group of South Florida women climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa to raise awareness about human trafficking. (CBS4)

Good 4 You: S. Fla. Group Climbs Mt. Kilimanjaro For Charity

A group of South Florida women reached new heights to raise awareness of human trafficking.



Social Media Platforms Changing 2012 Campaign Strategies

While traditional campaigning will continue until the 2012 election, a new forum is quickly emerging; candidates on social media.


Street versions of McLaren's race cars are being sold in South Florida.  (Source: CBS4)

Sleek, Powerful McLarens Hit South Florida Streets

They’re sporty, sleek and definitely head turners. Now several models of the new McLaren are popping up on the streets of South Florida.



S. Fla. Teacher Fundraising In The Name Of Teaching Technology

A South Florida teacher wants to raise $70 million for her students, and she’s going door to door in the name of teaching technology.