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During Tuesday's "State of the State" speech, Governor Rick Scott used examples of successes in the state in the past as an inspiration for the future.  (Source: The Florida Channel)

Gov. Rick Scott’s 2015 State Of The State

I believe we are the best place in the country and the world to make dreams come true. I call this Florida exceptionalism.

03/03/2015

(Source: My33)

Focus on South Florida: Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run

Registration deadlines are approaching for the annual Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run. The Corporate Run is turning 30 this year. It is about having fun, getting healthy and boosting company morale. CBS4 is a proud sponsor of the event which attracts more than 12-hundred local companies and 35-thousand corporate participants. We focus on how you can get involved.

My TV 33–03/02/2015

(Source: My33)

Focus on South Florida: Feeding South Florida

Feeding South Florida’s mission is to end hunger here by providing immediate access to nutritious food, leading poverty advocacy efforts, and transforming lives through programming and education. Its fifth annual march against hunger is next Saturday– an opportunity for all of us to help make a difference in the lives of those who are struggling to put food on the table. And you might be surprised how many South Floridians are going hungry.

My TV 33–03/02/2015

(Source: My33)

Focus on South Florida: Miami International Film Festival

The curtain goes up in just a few days on the 32nd annual Miami International Film Festival. One of the films making its world premiere is called “Dawg Fight”. It is a brutal expose on underground backyard mixed martial arts fighting in one of South Florida’s toughest neighborhoods. It is directed by Florida native Billy Corben, who is best known for his documentaries “Cocaine Cowboys”, “The U” and “The U Part Two”. We focus on Corben’s new film in particular and the festival in general.

My TV 33–03/02/2015

(Source: My33)

Focus on South Florida: “Let’s Talk it Out”

A disturbing trend in South Florida is putting all of our children in potential danger. An increase in youth violence here has resulted in teens killing teens, sometimes with guns brought to school, and teens committing suicide as a result of bullying. “Let’s Talk It Out” is a program whose goal it is to introduce simple techniques to youth and teens to resolve conflicts. We focus on the program, how it works, and if it’s helping.

My TV 33–03/02/2015

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