Joan Murray

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Joan Murray is a general assignment reporter in the Broward bureau. She started at CBS4 News in 2001 and has one son.

Joan is a native of Philadelphia and has lived in south Florida for the past 15 years.

She has held reporting and anchoring positions in West Palm Beach, Raleigh, North Carolina and Scranton, Pennsylvania. Along the way she has collected an Associated Press award for feature reporting and a National Press Club award for consumer reporting.

Joan also enjoys films, and spending time with her family.

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Fugitive Gold Digger Arrested In Palm Beach County

After two years on the run, a treasure hunter embroiled in a legal fight over lost treasure, was tracked down at a hotel in Palm Beach County.

01/28/2015

Ft. Lauderdale Dirt (Source: CBS4)

Asbestos Found In Dirt Concerns Nearby Dania Neighborhood

Truckloads of dirt containing toxic asbestos began leaving a staging area just south of the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International airport Monday.

01/26/2015

Ariel Hernandez was arrested by Pembroke Pines police for allegedly scamming two elderly residents at Century Village out of $197,925.50. (Source: BSO)

Police: Man Scams Century Village Residents Out Of Savings

Ariel Luis Hernandez was arrested by Pembroke Pines police for allegedly scamming two elderly residents at Century Village out of $197,925.50.

01/22/2015

The cat who was stuck for more than 48 hours in a Miami pipe is now under the care of a South Florida vet. (Source: CBS4)

Local Vets Care For Cat Caught In Pipe

A cat stuck in a pipe for more than 48 hours is now being cared for at a Miami animal clinic.

01/21/2015

A Coral Springs toddler was rushed to the hospital after he fell out of a second story window. (Source: CBS4)

Boy Tumbles Out Of 2nd Story Condo Window

A Coral Springs toddler was rushed to the hospital after he fell out of a second story window.

01/20/2015

The burnt remains of two multi-million dollar yachts which went up in flames Sunday. (Source: CBS4)

Charred Yacht Hulls To Be Pulled From The Water

Gloved workers spent Tuesday morning gathering debris from a Ft. Lauderdale marina’s dock and the waters surrounding two multi-million dollar yachts that went up in flames over the weekend.

01/20/2015

Marina remains closed Monday as two multi-million dollar yachts went up in flames Sunday. (Source: CBS4)

Part Of Marina Closed While Officials Investigate Yacht Fires

A Ft. Lauderdale marina is closed Monday for a continued investigation into a fire that spread from one multi-million dollar yacht to another early Sunday morning.

01/19/2015

Med-Care Diabetic and Medical Supply in Boca Raton was raided by agents on January 14, 2015. (Source: CBS4)

Agents Raid Office Of Man Who Helped Inspire Hollywood Film

Cars pulled up and 30 agents came running out of their cars in front of a Boca Raton office building on Wednesday.

01/14/2015

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Broward Commissioners Vote To Regulate Uber, Lyft

Broward County commissioners voted Tuesday to regulate ride share services like Uber and Lyft.

01/13/2015

A man carries goods past a quake-scarred house in Port-au-Prince on January 11, 2013. Three years after Haiti was devastated by a massive earthquake, hundreds of thousands of homeless people are still at risk from crime, disease and the elements in crowded makeshift camps. The 2010 disaster triggered a global outpouring of sympathetic rhetoric and pledges of aid for the already impoverished Caribbean nation, but residents and aid agencies complain that rebuilding and re-development has been too slow. Around 358,000 people are still living rough in scores of camps scattered around the capital Port-au-Prince and surrounding districts, exposed to a crime wave, a cholera outbreak and -- from time to time -- hurricanes. AFP PHOTO Thony BELIZAIRE (Photo by: THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty Images)

Lynn U. & UM Students, Staff Mark 5th Anniversary Of Haiti Quake

Students and faculty of Lynn University in Boca Raton and the University of Miami are marking the fifth year anniversary of a devastating earthquake in Haiti.

01/12/2015

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