Florida Governor Rick Scott will release his 2012-2013 budget Wednesday that will have to tackle a projected $2 billion shortfall without raising taxes.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney unveiled his plan to completely overhaul Medicare, which will directly impact millions of Floridians.
The fourth fiscal quarter has gotten off to a rocky start on Wall Street; but there are new signs the U.S. economy is improving, even if it’s just minor gains.
Many small South Florida companies are getting a reprieve from a small business loan from the government, while some politicians say it’s unnecessary spending.
With Father’s Day around the corner, millions of Americans are opening up their wallets to buy something special for dear old dad.
A proposed constitutional amendment that would repeal Florida’s ban on state aid to churches and other religious organizations faces a final vote in the Senate Friday.
Florida Governor Rick Scott’s newly unveiled budget for the coming fiscal year saw the newly-elected governor propose almost $5 billion in cuts to the state budget.
Republican leadership in the House announced Thursday they plan to cut domestic spending by roughly 20 percent to get the levels back to before President Barack Obama took office.
The latest economic indexes show 2011 is already looking much better than the start of 2010 with improvements in consumer spending, manufacturing and continued gains on Wall Street.
Hip hop artist Wyclef Jean is widely expected to announce Thursday evening that he will run for the presidency of Haiti.
Now the CBS4 I-Team has learned that more questions about his finances are being asked here in the states. In January CBS4 reported that several tax liens had been filed against Jean and his wife.