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Ultra Music Festival 625 (Source: CBS4)

Miami Commissioner Calls Ultra Profits ‘Blood Money’ After Videos of Surface

There are renewed calls for an end to the Ultra Music Fest. A Miami commissioner wants Miami residents to see video of what he believes are drug-fueled acts at Ultra.

04/07/2014

Netflix is ending its unlimited streaming/unlimited movies in the mail for $9.99 per month.

Netflix’s New Feature Makes TV Show Marathons Easier

If you’re in the middle of a “Mad Men” marathon on Netflix, the streaming service’s new Post-play feature, unveiled today, could make it easier to jump to the next episode of Don Draper’s exploits.

CBS Miami–08/15/2012

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Miami Heart Surgeon Displaying Techniques, Reassuring Patients On YouTube

For parents, having a child who needs surgery can be terrifying, especially when you don’t know what that surgery entails.

CBS4–04/05/2012

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Parkour Gaining Popularity As An Alternative To Traditional Sports

Parkour is fast-becoming popular around the world and right here in South Florida. Participants use walls and rails. No obstacle seems to stand in the way.

CBS4–03/19/2012

FDLE has a new weapon in the fight against child porn. A high tech bus will pull up to the suspected offender's home and confiscate their computer. (CBS4)

New Technology Takes Down Child Porn Users

Fighting child pornography is a priority in South Florida. Now state and local investigators have a new weapon in the fight against the illegal images.

CBS4–02/02/2012

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Borders Books Liquidation Sales Begin

If you’re looking for some great deals on books, then you should check out Borders Books because liquidators are starting going-out-of-business sales Friday.

CBS4–07/22/2011

Crime scene tape

Fla. Senate Votes To Keep Death Videos Private

The Florida Senate has approved a bill that would exempt photos, videos and audio recordings of deaths from the state’s public records law.

CBS4–04/29/2011

CrimeTape

Bill Exempts Photos, Videos Of Death From Public Records

Photos, videos or audio recordings that depict someone dying would no longer be publicly available after a bill exempting those items was passed Wednesday.

CBS4–04/06/2011

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