James Amalino

James AmalinoJames joined the CBS4 News team in September 2015 as a Web Producer.

He began his career with CBS Interactive in Ft. Lauderdale, helping to make CBSSports.com a leader in live scoring and news information. Through sports media, he found a roster spot with Major League Baseball that took him behind the scenes and fulfilled a kid’s dream.

It brought the types of challenging experiences that supported a leap head first into the news industry, where James has been ever since.

The opportunity to engage and inform one of the most passionate communities in the country about the world around them doesn’t go unnoticed as a responsibility and privilege few get the chance to perform.

‘All Scared Flee Now!’ Shouting Man Detained At Miami Airport

A man was detained by police at Miami International Airport Wednesday after causing a scene inside the terminal.


Report: Dolphins Fear Cutler Could Miss A Few Games With Cracked Ribs

The Miami Dolphins will likely be without starting quarterback Jay Cutler for at least one game, but team officials fear a rib injury could keep him out for the next several weeks.


Trump Won’t Block Scheduled Release Of JFK Records

President Donald Trump won’t block the scheduled release of thousands of government documents related to President John F. Kennedy’s assassination that were previously sealed to the public.


Police: Woman Helped Cover Up Murder Of Boyfriend

Plantation Police have made another arrest after the body of a man was found inside a dumpster in early October.


Clinton: Trump’s Toughness On Nukes ‘Playing Into Kim Jong Un’s Hands’

“This is playing into Kim Jong Un’s hands,” said former first lady Hillary Clinton, blasting President Donald Trump’s approach to Iran and North Korea as poorly planned and irresponsible.


Trump On Mayor In Puerto Rico: ‘Such Poor Leadership’

President Donald Trump has fired back at the mayor of Puerto Rico’s capital city following criticism of the recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria smashed into the island last week.


No More Tickets: Miami Heat First NBA Team To Go Mobile Only

Fans will have to use their smartphones to enter AmericanAirlines Arena for the upcoming 2017-18 NBA season, making paper tickets a relic of the past, the team announced Friday.


Irma Leaves Marlins Park With Roof Damage

Marlins Park wasn’t able to make it out of Hurricane Irma’s wrath unscathed.


Hurricane Irma Sets Record For 37 Hours Of Super Strength

While there may have been a few cyclones stronger than Hurricane Irma and some have lasted longer, no other storm in recorded history has maintained top wind speeds of 185 mph for 37 hours straight.



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