County Commission Declares July 16th As Al Sunshine DayFormer longtime CBS4 investigative and consumer reporter Al Sunshine received a proclamation Tuesday morning by the Board of Miami-Dade County Commissioners.
Will Victims Of Foreclosures Get Fair Share Of Money Owed? Checks for thousands of Florida foreclosure victims will finally be going out next week, with hundreds of millions of dollars more earmarked for new housing programs statewide.
Consumer Confidence Growing In Sunshine StateThe stock market rocketed higher Tuesday after strong economic indicators showed the American economy continues to move ahead. The economic outlook has sent consumer confidence up nationwide, including in the Sunshine State.
More People Finding Financial Advice OnlineWhen planning your financial future adds up to confusion, a little professional help can go a long way. But money management advice doesn't always come cheap.
Hurricane Sandy Still Impacting Local Car MarketSouth Florida's getting another number one ranking for motor vehicle fraud, but there are ways for local consumers to avoid becoming the next flood car victim according to local and national insurance fraud investigators.
Cars Damaged In Hurricane Sandy Now Flooding Local Market For Half-OffHugo Caseiro insists he's doing nothing wrong by rebuilding Hurricane Sandy flood cars and re-selling them around South Florida.
Digital Decoy Apps Help Keep Secrets SecretSecret texts covered up, risky phone calls disguised, scandalous pictures vanished into thin air – new technology is helping spouses and kids to be sneaker than ever.
Citizens Bare Bones Plan Is Just ThatSome South Florida homeowners who are insured by Citizens Property Insurance may be eligible for a cheaper option.
Citizen's Prop. Insurance Offers Cheaper OptionProperty owners covered by Citizen’s Property Insurance may have a cheaper option that they are not aware of.
Florida #2 In Nation For Cyber ScamsIt seems with each passing day we rely on smart phones, laptops or tablet computers more and more in daily lives. And we’re not alone.
Cashing In On Your Bodily FluidsFinancially stressed? Desperate to make ends meet? So how far would you go to make some extra cash? In this still tough economy, there's a new alternative income gaining in popularity that was once thought to be a social stigma.
Is Your Food At Risk?The head of Florida's Supermarket food safety inspections now worries about forced cut backs on the number of sanitation checks Statewide following budget cuts that have left the program with fewer inspectors.
CBS4 Investigates: Are "Best Buys" Really The Best Deal?In a struggling economy, more and more people are forced to use almost every penny from their paycheck to make ends meet.
The Hidden Cost Of Some Free AppsSure they are free, but some of the most popular mobile apps could be tracking your every move and revealing your personal and financial data.
Nearly Two Dozen People Arrested For Insurance FraudProsecutors have uncovered 21 people, based out of local clinics, involved in elaborate scams that totaled almost half a million dollars in phony medical bills.