A Miami Lakes man, his wife and his mother accused of trafficking in pharmaceutical drugs have been taken into custody and charged.
A Miami Shores teen and his mother won’t face criminal charges in the death of a man who was trying to steal a WaveRunner from behind their waterfront home in May 2011.
Surveillance cameras captured a burglar using a bible to set a car on fire in West Kendall.
Tolls will be going up for millions of drivers in Miami-Dade.
A four long negotiation Tuesday afternoon ended with an agreement between The City of Pembroke Pines and the Broward Teachers Union over whether or not to privatize the city’s financially struggling, but A-rated charter school system.
Hollywood visitors and residents could soon be asking the question, “Can I fit in that space?”
A massive load of cocaine worth a wholesale value of $24 million was taken from three alleged Dominican smugglers aboard a go-fast boat in the Caribbean Sea.
As police and crime scene investigators return for a second day to search an Opa-locka field for signs of a woman who vanished three years ago, that woman’s best friend is afraid of what they might find.
After seven days of interviewing potential jurors for the trial of George Zimmerman, the man charged in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, prosecutors and defense attorneys have selected a pool of 40 potential jurors for further questioning.
A problem has arisen for a 21-year-old University of Miami student who turned herself in Tuesday to begin a prison sentence for a deadly drunk driving accident.
A mural of George Washington crafted from 8,000 multi-color sticky notes has taken shape in West Palm Beach along with other patriotic images.
Magician and illusionist Criss Angel is in South Florida where he performed a daring and dangerous stunt while suspended above a swamp full of alligators.
With the new CBS reality series “Dogs In The City” premiering on Wednesday, May 30 (8-9 p.m. ET/PT), we asked members of the CBS4 News Team to share pictures of their top dogs.
Made by animals to benefit animals, Zoo Miami and the South Florida Chapter of the American Association of Zookeepers (SFAAZK) will be presenting “Savage,” an art exhibit on June 1st 2013 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Bakehouse Art Complex. The event is free and paintings will be on display starting May 28, 2013 during gallery hours.