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.
A Lyft driver who says he was brutally beaten while picking up a passenger is speaking out, saying he has “no idea” why he was attacked.
Victims, neighbors and police are asking for the public’s help in solving what authorities are calling an unusual crime in Doral.
A professional photographer from Miami is offering a $5,000 reward after film he shot at a New York wedding was stolen from his silver Tahoe on Tuesday in Miami.
Miami-Dade Police are looking for a man accused of shooting his girlfriend’s son.
At least 19 vehicles belonging to firefighters have been broke into since Hurricane Irma, including two separate incidents Friday.
Miami Police are trying to determine if there’s a connection between a robbery in Miami and a burglary in Hialeah, and are hoping crystal clear video can help identify one of the suspects.
A safety alert Wednesday night after a Fort Lauderdale man is shot in a fight over a necklace at a gas station.
A cellphone store owner says he has learned that 32 MetroPCS stores in South Florida were victimized by looters as Hurricane Irma was bearing down on the area.
A heartbreaking homecoming for residents of two Miami apartment buildings.
Some South Miami property owners are still coping with a loss of power nine days after they lost it as a result of Hurricane Irma.