Broward detectives are on the hunt for two armed robbers with an unusual method of breaking in to cash advance businesses across Broward County.
Florida’s Auditor General isn’t pleased with the Florida Municipal Power Agency. According to a preliminary audit report, the government-owned power company that supplies wholesale electricity for 31 small Florida cities has made some very poor spending choices.
Boynton Beach police are investigating a traffic accident on Friday night that left a cyclist dead.
Money that Florida voters want to use for land and water conservation efforts would go into a single trust fund under a new Senate proposal, but lawmakers are still weeks away from deciding how they will use the money.
Flashing lights, bullet holes, and teddy bear memorials have become so common in the Liberty Square Housing Project, ask any neighbor and they will point out multiple spots around their homes where people were murdered.
Mitt Romney will not run for the White House.
A debate over vaccinations is raging among South Florida parents after reports that measles outbreak at Disney land was spread by people who have not received the measles vaccine.
It’s the end of an era in the CBS4 Sports department as sports anchor and Miami Dolphins legend Kim Bokamper retires from his sportscaster gig.
A 20-year old man was arrested, accused of hiring two teen prostitutes.
Another month has come and gone. Following tradition, Critical Mass is set for Friday–the last Friday of the first month of 2015.