Mike Cugno joined CBS4 as a Producer, Reporter and occasional sports anchor in October 2014.
Cugno is a Miami native. He attended Miami’s Christopher Columbus High School before getting accepted to Florida State University where he studied communications. He graduated with Bachelor’s in Communication, Minor in Business. Following his studies, he was hired as an Associate Sports Producer at NBC 6 South Florida. He spent three years at WTVJ, eventually working his way on air covering local sports and doing features stories for the newscast as well as their program Sports Final.
Cugno claims that it was his passion for all of South Florida sports team — including the Dolphins, Hurricanes, Heat, Marlins and Panthers – which led him to a career in broadcast journalism.
Over 112 million people visited Florida last year and spent well over $100 billion.
Powerful winds and heavy rains rocked Southwest Florida – a jarring experience for many locals who got to witness the eye of the storm.
The dog days of summer can wear down even the toughest football players.
South Florida was the center of the soccer universe Saturday as two of the biggest rivals in sports squared up for El Clasico Miami.
The Miami Dolphins offseason is coming to an end and the team’s well-paid players are getting ready to suit up.
The International Champions Cup has taken some of the top European teams on a tour across the U.S. and Paris St. Germain is making its final stop in Miami.
Before Barcelona and Real Madrid take over Hard Rock Stadium for El Clasico, Combate Clasico will be rocking the octagon.
Major League Baseball invaded Miami for the All-Star Game but left an impression on the city with its All Star Legacy project.
The All-Star Legacy Project made another stop Monday, dedicating a new ballpark at Jose Marti Park in Little Havana.
The Miami Marlins and Major League Baseball have hit a homer by helping the children in Miami see.