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Do Not Call List, Telemarketing Top List Of Consumer Complaints

The top 10 consumer complaints filed during 2011 were released Thursday by The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and many repeated complaints topped the list this year.


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State Rests Case In Hollywood Cop Trial

The prosecution rested its case Friday afternoon in the case of an ex-Hollywood cop on trial for allegedly fabricating reports in an effort to protect a fellow officer.



Star Witness Gives Vague Testimony In Hollywood Cop Trial

The attorney for a former Hollywood police officer accused of doctoring accident reports went on the attack in court Thursday. And the prosecution’s star witness gave sometimes vague and confusing testimony.


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Raising Medicare Age Would Cost $789M, Group Says

An increase in the Medicare age would cost Florida and its residents $789 million a year, according to a report issued Thursday by Latinos for a Secure Retirement.


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I-Team: Daycare Inspection Violations Stack Up

New inspection reports at Bright Stars Learning Center show a lengthier history of DCF rules and regulations, according to data compiled by the CBS4 I-Team.

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Florida’s Fattest State Ranking Falls; Weight Doesn’t

A new study said that the Sunshine State dropped in ranking from the fattest state list from 26th to 29th.


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I-Team: Child Identity Theft Surges

The federal government says Florida is number two in the nation for identity theft complaints. Now a CBS4 I-Team investigation has uncovered a new trend among thieves, involving your kids and grandkids.



Report: Fla. Base Pumps $5 Billion Into Economy

A MacDill Air Force Base study revealed on Friday that the military installation pumps nearly $5 billion into the Tampa economy every year.



I-Team: Audit Shows Extent Of Inmate IRS Scam

A U.S. government’s audit report due to be released on Thursday, December, 2, 2010, shows the Federal Internal Revenue Service ignores hundreds of thousands of potentially fraudulent tax returns filed by prison inmates serving time for other crimes.


Fishing Reports Nov. 7, 2010

Capt Dave Kostyo – MiamiGood Offshore Action and Red Hot Tarpon Bite Offshore if you find a good edge and north current the fishing has been outstanding with sailfish, kingfish, a few dolphin (mahi-mahi), and […]