CBS4 Investigates: Condo Cash Mystery Pt. 2When the housing bubble burst, dozens of condo associations faced huge losses of income due to delinquent owners. The answer for dozens of associations became a court appointed receiver who would be in charge of rescuing distressed units and bringing in money to the association. But as Eliott Rodriguez and CBS4 Investigates discovered, critics say the solution has become a twisted problem that is currently unfolding in front of local judges.
UM Ranks 47th Best University In The Nation
Miami Beach Parking Lot Confusion Draws Ire From MotoristsMotorists are crying foul over a parking lot on a busy stretch in South Beach they claim is confusing.
Customers Likely To Pay For JP Morgan Chase's Bad BetsJP Morgan Chase bank rocked Wall Street to its core late Thursday and into Friday after the nation’s largest bank announced it had lost $2 billion in trades over the past six weeks and could face an additional $1 billion of losses due to risky bets that blew up.
Spirit Airlines To Hike Some Carry-On Bag Fees To $100Miramar-based Spirit Airlines has never met a fee it wasn't willing to charge passengers. Now, the budget airline will hike some carry-on baggage fess to $100.
Sun-Sentinel To Put A Price Tag On WebsiteIf you want to get to get the most out of the South Florida Sun- Sentinel's website, you'd better be prepared to subscribe to the print edition or find some extra cash, because starting in a week, the newspaper plans to charge for full online access.
Report: Bank Of America Planning More FeesBank of America is planning major changes to take more of your money per month unless you agree to do more business with the company, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Broward, Miami-Dade Schools May Face Big Fines Over Class SizeBroward County and Miami-Dade County schools faces the threat of million dollar fines from the state for having its core classes violating size requirements this fall.
Layaway: What's Old Is New AgainIt is time to start thinking about holiday shopping and how you're going to pay for it this year. As Chief Consumer Investigator Al Sunshine explains, what was old is new again. Stores are bringing back "layaway."
FPL Rates Rising To Pay For Nuclear ProgramsFlorida residents will see a slightly higher Florida Power & Light bill beginning next year.
Gov. Scott: Media Should Pay For Public RecordsGov. Rick Scott told newspaper editors that public records requests have skyrocketed since he has taken office and the fees for documents are needed to make sure taxpayer money isn't wasted.
I-Team: The Secret Truth About ForeclosuresHave you ever wondered why so few homeowners are getting their mortgages modified? The CBS4 I-Team uncovers the secret profits big banks are making on foreclosures.