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.

Ivanka Supports Ending Equal Pay Data Collection

Ivanka Trump is supporting a move by her father’s administration to undo an Obama-era rule requiring gender-gap wage data collection.


Regardless Of Surgery, Tannehill Expected To Miss ‘Significant’ Time

With more than a month away from when things count, the season has begun in much the same way it ended last year for the Miami Dolphins — with uncertainty at the game’s most crucial position.


Chris Christie Confronts Vocal Fan At Ballgame: ‘You’re A Big Shot’

Baseball fans once again let Chris Christie have it at a ball game, a week and half after he was booed when shown on the big screen catching a foul ball.


Priebus Out; DHS Secy John Kelly Takes His Place

Reince Priebus is out as White House chief of staff, President Donald Trump announced Friday afternoon.


Trump Slams ‘Failing New York Times’ For Foiling ISIS Leader’s Capture

In a series of tweets over the weekend, President Donald Trump chimed in on multiple trending topics, including White House leaks, the Russian interference investigation, Hillary Clinton, and the “Amazon Washington Post.”


Scaramucci On White House Leakers: ‘I’m Going To Fire Everybody’

New White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci will not tolerate leakers.


Police Pursuing Charges Against Teens Who Mocked Drowning Man

Five teenagers who filmed and taunted a drowning man in a central Florida pond could face charges, Cocoa Police announced Friday.


Trump On Macron: ‘People Don’t Realize He Loves Holding My Hand’

For a few moments, it almost seemed as if they wouldn’t let go.


Tech Companies Join Forces To Stand Strong For Open Internet

The country’s largest tech companies are taking part in a day of action to preserve the open internet, protesting the FCC’s plan to roll back Obama-era rules that govern internet access.


Clinton To GOP On Health Care Plan: ‘Feel Free To Run With (Mine)’

Hillary Clinton responded in kind to a snide challenge by the GOP to produce a fix to the health care system.




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