Keidel: Ides (And Idols) Of MarchMarch Madness is a lifeline in an otherwise barren winter sports calendar, an essential bridge between football and baseball
Florida May Allow Expansion Of Private School VouchersIf an expansion of a Florida program that helps low-income children attend private schools, many of them religious, gets a thumbs up, it could mean some restrictions on eligibility could be removed.
Can Chargers Stymie Broncos In Denver Again?Not many people expected the San Diego Chargers to go into Denver on a Thursday night last month and come away with a win. Now, can the Bolts do it all over again?
Focus on South Florida: Trapped!Many people with disabilities in Miami-Dade County depend on Special Transportation Services as a lifeline to independence and health care. Chilling complaints into the county-subsidized service spur a CBS4 investigation.
South Florida Bridges On The BrinkEarlier this year, Miami-Dade engineers sounded the alarm over Key Biscayne bridges that are actually crumbling into the ocean. In a panic, nearly $31 million dollars was shelled out for emergency repairs. Now documents uncovered by CBS4 reveal another set of bridges supposedly next to crumble and the tab to fix it is much bigger.
New Federal Program Aims To Put Homeless Veterans In Permanent HousingA new Department of Veterans Affairs program is working to move homeless veterans from the streets into permanent housing.
"Cafecito Campaign" Sparking Miami Pride Among Coffee Lovers It's a tradition, a must have, a necessity for many Cuban coffee lovers.
Kings Preparing For Game 4 Showdown With SharksAfter taking it easy the day after San Jose's 2-1 win, both teams stepped up preparation on Monday in advance of Game 4 on Tuesday night at the Shark Tank.
Proposed Budget Cuts Put Deerfield Alzheimer's Center At RiskA day care center for seniors in Deerfield Beach is at risk of closing due to state budget cuts.
State-Backed Program Offers Lifeline To Desperate HomeownersOn Wednesday, South Florida homeowners waited hours in line for a face-to-face meeting with bank experts who pledged to help them keep their home sweet home.
Facebook Boosts Efforts On IDing Suicidal UsersIn the wake of tech activist Aaron Swartz taking his life earlier this month, there has been a lot of discussion about how to get suicidal people help before it's too late.
Sandy Recovery Is A Slow GoNew York City is slowly rebounding but the lack of reliable mass transit and power is still hampering the recovery.
Ann Romney Talks Campaign With CBS4She won’t be on the ballot, but Ann Romney could prove to be one of the most important parts of Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney’s campaign team in November.
Secrets Beneath The Sea Call Out For ChangeBeneath the Atlantic Oceans’ shining waters lies a potential risk and experts are raising alarming questions about the health of our oceans and the impact it could have on the life above and below the sea.
2nd Cuban Offshore Oil Well Also A BustCuba’s dreams of petroleum riches has been dealt a big blow as Cuba’s state oil company announced Monday a second deep-water exploratory well in the Gulf of Mexico is a bust.