Tears flowed as the little boy who was about to turn one year old, was buried earlier this month in a Kendall cemetary. His name was Bryan Osceola and he was found dead in his family’s car that had been sitting in the hot Florida sun.
Heroin addictions and deaths are on the rise in Florida, the unintended consequence of the government crackdown on pill mills. Michele discusses the problem with a former heroin addict and the community liaison for “Acceptance House”, a detox and rehab facility in South Florida.
There is a new epidemic of people who have been addicted to opium pills switching over to another dangerous drug which has gotten easier and cheaper to acquire.
A South Florida soldier battling post-traumatic stress disorder whose struggles were previously profiled by CBS4 News has taken his own life.
The Florida legislature’s action to close a loophole in the old and outdated Adverse Possession law will affect all of us and the local economy. We take CBS4 Chief Investigator Michele Gillen’s report on the contorversy surrounding Adverse Possession one step further to discuss the impact.
An FBI informant gives a first hand account of infiltrating terrorist groups to aid U.S. intelligence.
Brian Howell is haunted by a night that held a neighborhood hostage, put police officers lives at risk and ended up in the deaths of two men, a father and son, who he lived with.
Time is run out for people living in vacant homes under the adverse possession loophole.
You can’t walk 1,500 miles without being noticed or someone asking “Why?” For Lauren Book, it’s very clear why: Book was a victim of sex abuse as a child.
On his first full day as the Roman Catholic Church’s new Holy Father, Pope Francis began his morning in prayer at the St. Mary Major basilica, Rome’s main basilica dedicated to the Virgin Mary.