The days when students carried heavy text books home from school every night to do their homework are just about gone. Students are now going online to get their textbook material.
From cars, to lawn mowers, and even musical instruments, people are letting videos sell their stuff for them online.
When Anthony was acquitted of murder in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, hundreds of thousands of people captivated by the case — and certain of her guilt — poured their rage into postings on Facebook and the micro-blogging site Twitter.
Playboy fans will now have access to their favorite magazine with the click of a mouse. That’s because Playboy is putting more than a half century of the magazine online.
A measure that would require state high school students to take some of their courses online has passed a vital test in the Florida House.
Walking down Lincoln Road on Miami Beach, you’ll see dozens of people surfing the net on smartphones and laptop computers. But, believe it or not, the U.S. isn’t the country that spends the most time on the Internet.
Before you head out into any part of Florida, you need to know the regulations and a license to fish. CBSMiami has all the information you need to know about how to get your license to fish.
With Christmas just twelve days away, shoppers are making a final push to not only buy the perfect present, but also get it where it needs to go.