Predominantly Black Church Surprises Miami Gardens Police With Care PackagesA predominately black church is trying to set a new tone amid tension between African American communities and police.
Trump Faces Cuba QuestionsA nearly 20-year-old business trip to Cuba by associates of Donald Trump has come back to haunt him.
Day Care Shut Down Day After Toddler Dies In Hot VanMiami Police are still investigating the death of a 2-year-old, found unresponsive in a van in front of a daycare center.
Marlins Players, Officials Remember Jose Fernandez At Funeral Service A day after the community was able to say their final farewell, Marlins Ace Jose Fernandez was laid to rest during a private funeral in Miami.
Hurricane Matthew Continues To Gain StrengthHurricane Matthew is gradually becoming better organized.
Scott Renews Push For Incentives Amid House OppositionGov. Rick Scott plans to ask lawmakers in 2017 to provide $85 million for economic incentives.
Justices Say Insurer Required To Foot Legal FeesThe Florida Supreme Court rules a property insurer must pay the attorneys' fees of a homeowner in sinkhole case.
State Lawmaker Pleads Guilty To Wire FraudState Rep. Reggie Fullwood pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts in a federal indictment a month before his re-election bid.
Police: Suspected Burglar Targeted Tented Homes Under FumigationHollywood Police have arrested a man who they said burglarized homes while they were being fumigated and covered with a tent during the early morning hours.
CBS4 Exclusive: Police Say Mail Thief Caught On Camera May Have Victims In At Least 3 CitiesNew surveillance tape obtained exclusively by CBS4 shows a mail thief who may have victims in at least three South Florida cities.
Clinton To Make South Florida Stop FridayStill fresh off her first presidential debate with Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton is set to make a campaign stop in South Florida Friday.
Justin Bieber Ordered To Miami For Paparazzi LawsuitBe on the lookout for Justin Bieber. The Biebs has to come to Miami by order of the court or face new legal troubles in the Sunshine State.