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Driver Slams Into Her Own Pompano Beach Home

A driver, arriving from running errands, accidentally slammed into her own home.


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Deputy Pulls Man Out Of Burning Car

In a brave attempt to save a life, a deputy pulled a man out of a burning car following a crash in Oakland Park.


The South Miami Police Department and the Police Officers Trust Association teamed up with The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation to raise money and help find a cure through a patrol car.  (Source: CBS4)

South Miami Police Hope To “Arrest” Type 1 Diabetes

More than a million people in the U.S. are affected with diabetes and many of them are children.


Miami Beach Police said they are searching for this man who they say robbed a bank on Thursday. (Source: Miami Beach Police)

Locals, Feds Investigate Officer-Involved Shooting Of Alleged Robber

Local and federal authorities are investigating a deadly police-involved shooting of a bank robbery suspect.


Cody Boyle (Source: Davie Police)

Missing Davie Man Found

The mystery of a missing Davie man has been solved. Davie police said as the result of media coverage, a phoned in tip led them to 25-year old Cody Boyle.


Juan Roman (Source: Miami Herald)

“Batman” Sentenced In Child Porn Case

A former Miami police officer who nicknamed himself “Batman” has been sentenced to 25 years in prison on child pornography charges.


A judge recognized a familiar face in bond court on Thursday. 
(Source: CBS4)

Judge Recognizes Middle School Classmate In Bond Court

A judge recognized a familiar face in bond court on Thursday.


The Davie Police Department is calling Cody William Boyle's disappearance suspicious. 
(Source: Davie PD)

Police Call Davie Man’s Disappearance Suspicious

The Davie Police Department is calling the disappearance of one man suspicious.


Cuba is a country of 11 million people, with over 2 million living in the city of Havana.  In some ways, it's a city captured in time with cars from a half century ago with even an occasional bicycle carriage. But in other ways, it's a city that's had to keep up with weather technology. (Source: CBS4)

Cuba, S.Fla. Weather Knows No Boundaries

Hurricanes are a way of life in South Florida and for our neighbors in Cuba.