Peter D’Oench is a reporter for CBS4 News. He came to CBS4 from WKRN in Nashville.
D’Oench was an award-winning member of the WPLG News Team as a reporter from 1989 – 2004. In addition, he was a producer for news, special projects and the station’s Problem Solvers franchise from 2004–2007.
Prior to joining WPLG, he was an anchor/reporter with WTNH, New Haven (1984 – 1989); a reporter for WFTV, Orlando (1983 – 1984); a reporter and morning anchor with WCBS, New York City (1982 – 1983); a reporter for WSVN, Miami (1978 – 1982) and a reporter for KAMR, Amarillo, Texas (1977 – 1978).
D’Oench is the recipient of a number of prestigious honors and awards, including a Silver Circle and five Sunshine State Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, a pair of awards from the Sigma Delta Chi honor society, a special citation from Mothers Against Drunk Driving, an Excellence in Reporting commendation from the New York City Overseas Press Club, a special citation from the Miami-Dade County PTA and a special commendation from Florida Governor Bob Graham.
Two people are in custody following a drug investigation at a Miramar home.
Rescue crews rushed a person to the hospital following a police involved shooting in southwest Miami-Dade Wednesday.
A South Florida pastor is picking up the pieces after a Miami church was vandalized.
The death of an 11 month old, left inside a family van, prompted an investigation by Hialeah Police.
A woman hit by a flying tire while running on Key Biscayne remains in the hospital in critical but stable condition.
Amid an investigation into a Miami Dade Police involved shooting, police radio transmissions reveal the moments after the deadly incident.
The attorney for a man accused of a violent attack on a woman in Miami Beach says the victim picked the wrong guy out of a photo lineup.
Authorities have arrested a woman in connection to a crash that injured a South Dade High School principal.
New surveillance tape obtained by CBS4 shows a thin young man who police say is a serial car burglar and is wanted by authorities in at least two South Florida cities.
Authorities are trying to find out if skimming devices put on the same Sunny Isles ATM are related.