Medicare Bidding Blamed For CutbacksMedicare was one of the most fought over issues of the presidential election. The big question remains what further changes will be made to keep it from going broke.
2012 Year Ender: A Look Back At The Local EconomyThe rising price of gas, Facebook’s stumble on Wall Street and the end of the Twinkie made business headlines nationwide. Here in South Florida improved tourism, improved real estate values and new local construction projects were the talk of the town in the business community.
Navigate Your Way Through Holiday DonationsDuring the holidays, many people open their hearts and wallets and make donations to charity. But do they know where their donations are going. CBS4 Chief Consumer Investigator Al Sunshine found some ‘causes’ may be only receiving pennies on the dollar.
Stone Crab Prices Putting The Pinch On WalletsJust two months into stone crab season, many Florida Keys commercial fisherman are struggling or even giving up, despite skyhigh prices for stone-crab claws.
Midsize Cars Outperform Luxury Cars In Crash TestsWhen it comes to safety and cars, much like with love, money can’t buy you everything. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, a group of moderately priced cars outperformed luxury cars in new frontal crash tests.
More People Buying Milk, Eggs & Mortgages In Same StoreNow on sale in aisle one, eggs, milk, bread, and a mortgage! With today’s consumers feeling more comfortable shopping for financial products outside of a traditional bank, a growing number of retailers are stepping up their game.
Stretching Your Budget At The Salad BarMany people usually go out and grab a salad for lunch in hopes to slim down their waistline. That same salad, however, could also be slimming down their wallets.
Beware Of Holiday Hoaxes It looked like a good way for Ray and Terry Crapello to make a little extra cash and they could apply online without even leaving their Cutler Bay home.
Miami Grandma Robbed Of $1700 Bieber Tickets, Learns Harsh LessonMiami Grandmother Gema Ruiz wanted to make this Christmas a very special one for her granddaughter, 7-year-old Amanda.
Stricter Food Safety Guidelines At Restaurants, Hotels Start Jan. 1Beginning in January, your restaurant experience will be a little different, particularly in the menu. Florida is changing the way it inspects restaurants and warns consumers about possible allergens in their meals.
Controversial 'Advergames' Ignite Childhood Obesity DebateIt used to be Saturday morning cartoons touting sugary cereals and candy that parents had to worry about. Now, in our mobile world there's a new concern.
Brown Bag Lunches Effective In Stretching PaycheckWhether you carry it in a brown bag or in an eco-friendly lunchbox, bringing a sandwich from home can save you a lot of money, according to the Sandwich Survey.
Holidays A Time For Joy And, Unfortunately, InjuryFrom finding the best deals to getting into the holiday spirit to decorate your home, the onslaught of the holiday season is one of the busiest times of year. But it's also the start of one of the year's most dangerous times.
Making It A Safe Holiday
Citigroup Dumping 11,000 Jobs, Taking $1 Billion ChargeCitigroup, one of the largest financial conglomerates in the world, announced Wednesday that it was cutting 11,000 jobs worldwide and taking a $1 billion charge.