2011 Marked End Of An Era For NASA2011 marked the end of an era as NASA retired its manned space shuttles after 30 years in space. As the shuttles were packed off for their final resting places in a handful of museums, NASA turned its attention to the future of manned space travel and possibly trips to an asteroid and Mars.
FAA Tries To Curb Pilot FatigueTwo years after CBS4 Investigates first reported on the crisis of pilot fatigue, the FAA has finally taken action to battle the dangers of pilot fatigue.
CBS4 Investigates: Undetectable Fake ID's Using a fake ID to get into bars and nightclubs has always been a rite of passage for underage students. But CBS4 Investigator Stephen Stock says Homeland Security officials are so concerned about the fake IDs being made in China today, that they now consider them a national security threat.
Fake ID DangersWhat was once a right of passage for underage students wanting to get into bars has now become a national security threat.
Long Lines For Free Holiday Food VouchersHundreds of South Floridians lined up in Little Havana overnight for a chance to feed their families this holiday.
CBS4 Investigates: Miami's Pipes Going Down The DrainAs water and sewage lines continue to break across Miami-Dade County, CBS4 investigator Stephen Stock has discovered the fixes for the system could cost taxpayers more than a billion dollars.
CBS4 Investigates: Radio Calls Document Second Inter-Agency IncidentCBS4 Investigates has learned of new details in the incident involving a City of Miami police officer pulling over a Florida Highway Patrol trooper back on November 8, 2011.
CBS Investigates: Who's Watching You?The CBS hit drama "Person of Interest" certainly has the interest of those who love suspense based on cutting edge technology. But how much of it is real? CBS4 Investigates decided to track those who can track you and discovered that these days fiction isn't that far from reality.
CBS Investigates: Near Mid-Air Collision Over MIA More than 400 people could have died in the skies over Miami in August, if not for an air traffic controller who saved the day. CBS4 Investigator Stephen Stock uncovers the video and audio of this near mid-air collision and talks to the controller.
Who’s Watching You?
Near Mid-Air Collisions
I-Team: Veterans Charity Questioned They wear U.S. military fatigues and claim to be war veterans while soliciting drivers for cash at South Florida street corners. But are they? The CBS4 I-Team Reporter Stephen Stock investigates the Disabled Veterans Foundation's fundraising.
Disabled Vets ScamThey claim to have fought for our freedom. But are the men in military fatigues asking for money on local street corners… really American soldiers raising cash to help disabled veterans?
Airport Close Calls Cause Federal ActionThe number of close calls at our nation’s airports has climbed so dramatically it has gotten the attention of Congress; and that has prompted the FAA to try some high tech solutions on the ground at one local airport here in South Florida.
Feds Seize Records From Several Miami PharmaciesMedicare fraud spilled over into the heart of Miami-Dade County’s government center Wednesday morning.