As smoke, feared to be toxic, stains South Florida skies, Miami-Dade firefighters don traditional personal protective equipment to save their lives.
With America and her allies scrambling to find strategies to fight terror around the world and potentially on US soil, efforts are underway in a war to fight cyber recruiting of extremists and more.
More and more people are coming forward claiming to be seriously ill victims of a powerful antibiotic they too, supposedly to get well. Now CBS$’s Chief Investigator Michele Gillen reveals an internal FDA safety report and details what the government agency isn’t telling the public.
CBS4 Chief Investigator Michele Gillen investigates housing horrors. These are apartments that appear to be in such deplorable condition, you might wonder who could live there. But for many families, who rent these apartments for an average of 600 dollars a month, it’s their only option. We focus on their struggle, as Michele digs deep to reveal a call for help.
They are some of the most widely prescribed type of antibiotics. But instead of making patients better, many say they’ve never been sicker. The most popular among them is Levaquin.
Tonight, CBS4’s Chief Investigate reporter Michele Gillen reports that the FDA is being pushed to increase the warnings about how these drugs should be used.
A group of paying tenants in South Florida, living in what can be described as deplorable conditions, are asking for help. Meantime, the City of Miami Mayor spoke out about the situation.
Paying tenants are living in some of the worst conditions in South Florida.
The world’s most recognized pastor, Joel Osteen, was in South Florida Friday night.
The Twitter account for U.S. Central Command was suspended Monday after it was hacked apparently by ISIS sympathizers or a group affiliated with them.
They are cells stained with secrets of decades past ,of muffled screams and broken dreams.