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.
An ex-Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran, arrested after he threatened a group of people at a jiu-jitsu school has been given a 25-thousand dollar bond and will be getting out of jail soon.
Broward Sheriff’s Deputies are searching for a man, caught on surveillance, robbing the same Pompano Beach MetroPCS store twice.
A group opposing Pembroke Pines’ proposal to rehire retirees is set to hold a rally Wednesday evening, the same day the city commission is set to consider the matter.
Bad blood between three men for the last two years almost cost a Deerfield Beach tax preparer her life. The Broward Sheriff’s Office said it began in May 2012 when Paul Clarck was arrested after he allegedly assaulted Mario Sanchez and his brother Antonio.
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A mourning mother is pleading to the public to give information on the driver who hit and killed her 15-year old son earlier this month in Fort Lauderdale.
A West-Miami Dade day care staffer has been charged in the death of a 3-year old after, police say, he jumped into a pool and drowned.
In a stunning reversal of fortune, a South Florida man has been given the home of one of his lawyers who he says ripped him off.
Forty budding actors and singers are trying to make it to the national stage this summer with a little help from the community.
Broward’s Sheriff Scott Israel is hoping to build bridges with the county’s diverse 1.8 million residents.