On the shelves of several convenience stores in South Florida, CBS 4 News found a drug that law enforcement, legislators and drug experts describe as “dangerous” and even deadly, and despite efforts to ban the drug, the makers are able to keep it legal and for sale.
Americans are struggling with healthcare these days, whether it’s not having health insurance, a scary diagnosis or looking for a specialist. CBS4’s Cynthia Demos reports that more and more options are popping up online to help connect physicians to patients… even those who’ve never met before.
They’re the littlest Web stars, finding fame and fortune online even before they have their own email account. And parents are making big bucks out of these tiny tot’s viral videos. But before you try to make your child a star, CBS4’s Jorge Estevez details the precautions you’ll want to take.
We have a warning for anyone who ever uses a public computer at places such as a hotel, coffee shop or library. Criminals have found ways to swipe all your personal information from these unsecured, public computers.
For more than two decades, the Neighbors 4 Neighbors Adopt-A-Family 4 the Holidays program has served hundreds of thousands of families, and this year it’s easier than ever to adopt. That’s because it’s all online.
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.