Earlier this year CBS4 News investigated allegations that a Hollywood Police Detective failed to turn over important DNA evidence that would have exonerated a man arrested for murdering a Canadian tourist.
Rescue crews from Miami’s Fire Rescue were forced to improvise Monday evening when a call came in about an unresponsive woman on the piling under a bridge.
Two voting-rights organizations that led the legal battle against congressional districts later found to be unconstitutional called Monday for a new map to be drawn in public — a demand swiftly rejected by legislative leaders.
The use of civil citations to divert juvenile offenders from the justice system has spread to nearly all Florida counties. A new law goes into effect Oct .1, giving teens who are apprehended by law enforcement second or third chances to avoid arrest. And supporters want the state to spend $2 million next year to expand the programs.
A woman accused of kidnapping her own child more than a year ago was apprehended by police on Monday.
A former day care worker at Precious Promise Academy in Fort Lauderdale appeared in Broward County Court Monday, accused of battery on a 7-month-old baby under her care.
A dog is dead after its owner allegedly left in a car with temperatures reaching as high as 115 degrees. Now the dog’s owner and her mother are facing animal cruelty and disorderly conduct charges.
Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue says a floor at the Broward School Board building is under quarantine after someone opened mail containing white powder.
Security cameras outside a Miami day care caught a thief snatch a purse from a car while a mother was inside dropping her children off.
The primary race for Democrats could be getting even more interesting as reports that Vice President Joe Biden will run for president in 2016 are picking up steam.
Photographer Howie Grapek was among the first group to dive the Rapa Nui Reef just minutes after she was sunk. Unfortunately the artificial reef sunk upside down. There are many hazards, but still, an amazing site to be seen.
Here are pictures of some of the gastronomic delights at the 2015 SOBE Wine and Food Festival.
With extreme winter weather creating havoc up north, here’s a look at why we live in South Florida.