Florida Lotto and Powerball players are hoping they’ll have better luck this Wednesday to win lots of cash as the jackpots for both games have rolled over.
The “free money” phenomenon that started in California has spread to South Florida.
More than 7,000 job positions will be up for grabs at a mega job fair Wednesday in Sunrise.
The job market has still not fully recovered from the Great Recession. It can feel like no one’s hiring. So how do you get the job you want? Not through resumes and not through online listings, according to an award-winning career coach.
Someone could turn 20 cents into millions of dollars at Gulfstream Park.
Did you purchase a Florida Lotto ticket in Hollywood? How about a “Fantasy 5” ticket in North Lauderdale? If so, you may have some spare cash you didn’t have Wednesday morning.
Florida’s senior senator is calling for a federal investigation, after our story on the birth tourism businesses that are springing up between Miami and Moscow. The agencies cater to wealthy and middle class women from former Soviet Bloc countries who want to give birth to an instant American citizen. But it’s the potential for Medicaid fraud that CBS4 investigates has uncovered, that is prompting the most outrage, reports CBS4 Anchor Rick Folbaum.
The last time anyone saw wealthy Fort Lauderdale businessman Guma Aguiar was on surveillance video in June of 2012, he was walking through his backyard, then getting onto a boat and sailing off—never to be seen again.
The FBI is looking for a robber who walked into a bank Thursday and left with money.
Many young women are turning to so-called sugar daddy websites to help pay for college and it’s causing quite a controversy.