Freelancers UniteRoughly a third of American workers these days are freelancers. It’s a rapidly growing industry and now people are joining forces.
Could Your Cat Be Controlling Your Mind?Something commonly carried by your pets has the potential to control your mind.
Companies Fight Back Against Negative Online ReviewsThe next time you leave a review online for a company, be warned: you might get a phone call from the business asking you to take it down. Some companies are fighting back against negative critiques and sometimes not in a nice way.
"Hotspotting" Technology Aiding S. Fla. Police In Crime FightingThere is a new way authorities are reducing crime across South Florida. It is called hot spotting, and it's the latest way police identify a problem and then use what they've learned to solve it.
Dance Craze Is Nothing New In South FloridaArthur Murray’s memory lives on right here in South Florida. The dance studio is celebrating 100 years of teaching people how to dance.
CBS4 Investigates: Sex Remains For Sale In South FloridaThe world's oldest profession continues to turn up new victims every night in South Florida; but communities and local police aren't stopping in their attempt to end prostitution in their areas for the good of the residents and the prostitutes.
Fire Dancing Heats Up As New CareerThe newest way a group of people are surviving the economic downturn is really hot, hot, hot. They are burning up not with anger over losing their jobs or getting a pay cut, instead, they are burning up with excitement over their newest money-maker - fire dancing.
To Like Or Not To Like, Experts Weigh In Lately, it seems, the click of the "Like" button has become a hot-button issue among social media users.
Survey: Women Put In Longer Hours At The OfficeBoth men and women are putting in longer hours at the office or job then they have in the past, but who is really going that extra mile.
CBS4 News Victorious In Media Polo MatchupThe sport of kings returns to South Florida as the Maserati Miami Beach World Cup Polo takes to the sands of South Beach April 26-29.
Company Offers QR Codes For High-Tech GravestonesYou might think gravestones would be stuck in the "stone age" and tough to turn high-tech, but one monument company has come up with a way to use cell phones to link loved ones to living memorials.
Mobile Banking Apps: Convenient Or Costly?Mobile banking may be the most convenient way to keep track of your money, but are you putting your personal information at risk every time you log in?
New Caffeinated Potato Chips Offer Boost Of EnergyIf you need a jolt of energy, coffee and sodas are not the only answer anymore.
Get Your Mortgage Paid For By Turning Your House Into A Billboard Would you paint your house orange or green, if it meant living mortgage free for a year? Some local residents are hoping to turn their homes into gigantic billboards and cash in.
New Social Networking Sites Helping People Meet OfflineHave you ever wanted to try your hand at sushi rolling? Brew your own beer or simply make some new friends?