Facing South Florida: Treasure Coast Algae DisasterThe blue-green algae plaguing east of Lake Okeechobee is not only a toxic inconvenience, but also a financial disaster.
Facing South Florida: Security Concern At RNCFederal security forces are in Cleveland to monitor crowds at the RNC.
Facing South Florida: All Eyes On Cleveland For The RNCAll eyes on Cleveland this week for the Republican National Convention. Jim Defede previews the event and what he's calling 'The Donald Show.'
Facing South Florida: Meet Hillary Clinton's National Campaign ManagerThe Hillary Clinton Campaign opened its Miami Office in Wynwood this week.
Facing South Florida: Where Do We Go From Here?It's been a tough week following several violent incident involving police and African-american men and the murder of five Dallas Police officers.
Facing South Florida: The Truth about Patrick MurphyA lifelong Republican, Murphy has only been a Democrat since 2011 and won his seat in the House with the help of his father.
Facing South Florida: Senator Marco RubioEarlier this week Senator Marco Rubio made news by announcing his intention to seek re-election for his seat in the Senate.
Facing South Florida: The 9/11 Report – Battle for the Sealed DocumentsDeFede continues the discussion about the 9-11 Saudi connection with the journalist who has been doing far and away the best work on the subject, Dan Christensen from the Florida Bulldog.
Facing South Florida: Former Florida Senator Bob GrahamJim DeFede sits down for a 1-on-1 with Former Florida Senator Bob Graham.
Facing South Florida: Hurricane Season & Climate ChangeThis past week marked the official start of the 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season and in a part of the country where sea level rise is already a problem, many believe a major storm here could have far reaching effects.
Facing South Florida: Talking PoliticsAttorney Justin Sayfie joins Rick Folbaum to discuss politics.
Facing South Florida: Super Bowl LIV To South FloridaJim DeFede is joined by Rodney Barreto, member of the South Florida Super Bowl Committee and CBS4 Sports Director, Jim Berry.