Every day across the nation seniors over 60 are fed a free meal funded by the government at designated senior citizen centers.
For many who live in poverty or on fixed incomes, it is the only hot meal they will eat all day.
But as CBS4 Investigates discovered, some centers are expecting their seniors to give them money for their free lunch.
They call it a donation. But as CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez asks, is it “Donation By Intimidation?”
One of the more intriguing items on this year’s ballot could come down to the way that senior citizens vote.
It’s time to get out your phone bill and read the fine print. A scam called “slamming” continues to plague customers who aren’t diligently reviewing every charge on their bill. As CBS4’s David Sutta reports, senior citizens appear to be especially vulnerable.
We all know that Florida is known for its sun, sand and fun. The state, however, has also upheld its dubious moniker of being “God’s waiting room.”
Anyone who lives in Florida and plans on retiring will be happy to know that they may already be a step ahead of the competition without having to do any extra work.
In Florida’s battle against Alzheimer’s, the disease is winning, according to a new report.
For decades, elderly veterans have poured $100,000 a year, on average, into the Miami VA System. Thanks to a new partnership between that system and Miami Jewish Health, a less expensive option is now available.
Needy senior citizens will have a happy Thanksgiving, thanks to firefighters with Miami-Dade Fire Rescue.
When you think of cities where people might drink too much, you probably think of nightlife hot spots: Key West… Miami Beach. Well, think again.
The City of Miami’s Elevate Miami program is partnering with Miami-Dade Broadband Coalition, AT&T, and Per Scholars Inc., to provide basic computer training to the city’s senior and working age citizens.