How does a $7 debt owed to a condo association, turn into a lien against the owner for more than $13,000? CBS4 Investigates the alleged abuse of liens and other fees by some court appointed receivers, all of whom were assigned by the court to protect the association’s interests and finances. As CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez tells us, owners and judges are starting to take a second look.
More and more people are coming forward claiming to be seriously ill victims of a powerful antibiotic they too, supposedly to get well. Now CBS$’s Chief Investigator Michele Gillen reveals an internal FDA safety report and details what the government agency isn’t telling the public.
Computers, smartphones, gaming systems, e-readers and tablets may be making our lives easier, but the toll these “whiz-bang” technology devices are taking on our eyes is frightening. In fact, as CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez discovered, eye strain from these digital devices is actually aging our eyes decades earlier than ever before.
New monthly fundraising reports show that some legislative and statewide candidates have raised tens of thousands of dollars during October.
Months after a manhunt in Grapevine, Texas that ended in death for an escaped prisoner from South Florida who stabbed a Miami-Dade Police Officer transporting him to Las Vegas, the Miami Dade Police Department is out with a review of the incident.
Protecting the homeless became a priority for the Broward Sheriff’s Office after a deadly attack on a homeless man near Fort Lauderdale in 2006.
The September jobs report gave President Barack Obama some good news on the economic front a month before the election and it’s spawned a conspiracy theory among conservatives, including Florida Representative Allen West.
If you have been the victim of a minor car accident or other non-emergency incident but needed to report it to the police, you know it may take hours for cops to arrive and fill out a police report.
Florida’s alternative teacher preparation programs are succeeding, according to a new report from Florida State University.
Preliminary figures released Wednesday from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles show crash fatalities fall for the sixth year straight.