Stephen Stock

U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen travels to Haiti to observe rebuilding efforts.  (Source: CBS)

U.S. Rep. Ros-Lehtinen Speaks Out On Death Of SEALs

American and Afghan troops battled insurgents Sunday in the same area where a U.S. Army helicopter was shot down, killing 30 Americans including nearly two dozen Navy SEALs.


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Wall Street Woes Trickling Down To Main Street

The closing bell may have reverberated throughout Wall Street and among financial analysts, but not so much among many Americans on the street.



Hours Till Touchdown For The Last Shuttle

One of the most famous tunes by an American composer woke the Atlantis astronauts who are now prepping for the space shuttle program’s final landing in a few hours.


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Shuttle’s Last Landing Looms

The last leg of an historical shuttle mission is the underway as the last American space shuttle heads home.


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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.

CBS Miami–07/19/2011

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I-Team: A Family Owned Daycare’s Troubling History

Did the owners of Jomiba Learning Center change the name of the daycare because of problems at a previous center? The CBS4 I-Team digs into a troubling history of state violations.


(Photo Credit: CBS4) A daycare van sits outside the Jomiba Learning Center where a child was found dead on Tuesday, July 12, 2011.

I-Team: Owners Of Homestead Daycare Had 13 Serious Past Violations

The CBS4 I-Team has learned that a daycare run by the same owners behind a Homestead daycare center where a young boy died had extensive problems complying with state rules.


Launch of shuttle Atlantis on Friday, June 8, 2011. (NASA-TV)

Shuttle Atlantis Blasts Into History

Atlantis and its four astronauts left Earth Friday for the final space shuttle mission, capping off an amazing 30-year program of exploration, which launched great observatories, built an International Space Station, and taught us more about how humans can live and work in space.


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Countdown to American Space History

It’s the last shuttle flight. And it’s only hours away from blasting off from Kennedy Space Center, where CBS4’s Stephen Stock has covered dozens of shuttle launches.


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Weather Concerns Hover Over Last Shuttle Launch

For 30 years, the launch of space shuttles every couple of months or so has become a routine way of life in the minds of many Americans. On Friday that all ends when, for the last time, a space shuttle launches from Kennedy Space Center.