Consumer Alert: Got A College Loan? Don't Fall Prey To ScammersThe average student leaves college with more than $30,000 in loans and the desire to get them paid off has many people falling for scams.
Drug Importation Bill Goes To Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Gov. Ron DeSantis could be on the verge of signing a bill aimed at allowing cheaper imported prescription drugs from Canada.
American Airlines Cancels Flights Past Labor Day Because Of Boeing Grounding Of 737 Max JetsAmerican Airlines is canceling one hundred and fifteen flights a day through the end of summer because of the Boeing grounding.
Paying College Tuition & SAT Prep, That's How Walmart Plans To Recruit High School StudentsWalmart might've just found the perfect way to get talented young people to come work for them.
Local Testing Lab Devoted To Quality Control In The Growing CBD & Hemp IndustryCBS4 has been talking a lot about CBD lately. Finding out what it is, who is taking it and if it actually works.
Ford Recalls 327K Pickups Again To Fix Engine Heater CablesFord is recalling 327,000 F-Series pickup trucks in North America for a second time to fix problems.
Florida Legislature Tackles 'Most-Controversial Insurance Issue' of 2019The Florida House is expected Thursday to approve a bill that would revamp a controversial insurance practice.
Gas Prices Continue To Climb; $4 Gas Nearly A Reality For Many AmericansGasoline prices continue to climb around the country and commuters in South Florida are feeling the pinch.
It's 'Free Cone Day' At Ben & Jerry'sIs there anything better than free ice cream? Today, you will be able to score a free cone day at Ben and Jerry's.
Facebook Deals With Security Breach, Millions Of User Records ExposedMore than 540 million records of Facebook users were publicly exposed on Amazon's cloud computing service.
Helpful Tips To Stay Safe While Using Uber, LyftNow that the vast majority of Americans know about Uber or Lyft, millions of people count on a safe and convenient ride with just a few taps on the phone.
OxyContin Maker To Pay Over $200 Million To Settle Opioid LawsuitPurdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, has agreed to pay over $200 million to settle a historic lawsuit brought by the Oklahoma attorney general.
Long-Awaited Streaming TV Service Announced By AppleApple announced a new streaming service, Apple TV Plus, which will house its original shows and movies and could compete with Netflix, Amazon and cable TV itself.
FPL Seeks Approval For Major Solar ProgramFlorida Power & Light is asking state regulators to approve a major new solar-energy program in which customers could voluntarily pay a charge each month and receive credits for savings produced by the program.
Honda Recalls 1 Million Vehicles With 'Dangerous Airbags'A recent crash which injured a Maryland driver has forced Honda to recall about 1.2 million vehicles in North and Central America.