A judge will decide whether a lawsuit filed by the family of a Florida A&M University drum major will go forward.
A sophisticated scam is running rampant nationwide, and even the savviest taxpayers are falling for it.
When CBS4 Anchor Eliott Rodriguez sat down with Newt Gingrich, he was ready to talk about a lot more than Cuba policy and immigration. The former House speaker also took on a traditional GOP issue: taxes.
Governor Rick Scott has made no secret of his disdain for Citizens Insurance. Tuesday, he asked the insurer why the state-backed company was offering coverage to people who build new homes near the beach.
The Miami Marlins Stadium is nearing completion in Little Havana, but it’s controversial journey took a new turn Friday when the Securities and Exchange Commission opened an investigation into the finances underlying the stadium deal.
Bigger is not always better, at least when Governor Rick Scott looks at Florida’s biggest insurance company. He wants Citizens Insurance to find ways to slim down, and Monday, the state-owned insurance program took up that task.
North Miami taxpayers forked out $5,000 for radio publicity on a program that may never have aired, according to CBS4 news partner The Miami Herald.
It’s still more than three months off, but this year’s April 15th tax deadline may be a little harder to meet than year’s past because of Congress’ last minute changes to the tax code.
A new study from the Kaiser Foundation is giving a grim view of the state of health insurance in the country as 50 million Americans now lack health care.
A year after it passed the US Congress, the American Economic Recovery Act is being hailed as a victory by its supporters. But it has been criticized as a big deficit creator by its detractors.
So the CBS4 I-Team decided to dig into the dollars and dig up the truth. CBS4 I-Team investigator Stephen Stock looks at the stimulus package one year into the program.