Vanessa Borge began her career with CBS4 News in 2009 as an assignment desk editor. She then moved on to associate produce the 5PM, 5:30PM, 6PM, 10PM, 11PM, and morning shows. Vanessa left CBS4 to pursue a reporting and anchoring career at 610AM Newsradio WIOD. She is happy to be back at her old stomping grounds at CBS4 and in her beautiful hometown of Miami.
Vanessa graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Florida with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in English Literature. She is also a graduate of Our Lady of Lourdes Academy in South Miami.
Vanessa is also a contributing writer for Directions Magazine, the first, free bi-monthly magazine in South Florida geared toward parents of special needs children.
It was a welcomed sight and sound for family and friends cheering the parade of fire rescue trucks and emergency vehicles returning to South Florida.
New video shows the conditions inside the Hollywood Hills Rehabilitation Center the evening before eight residents died.
Chopper4 took to the skies again Tuesday to give peak at what kind of progress is being made to get South Florida back to normal.
If the worst case scenario plays out, people in Hurricane Harvey’s path will need a lot of help.
A day after torrential rains caused massive flooding, residents and business owners are wondering why pumps meant to deal with flooding didn’t work.
In Venezuela, we are witnessing the arrests of political prisoners, suppressed freedoms and now a dictatorship.
For the first time on American soil, Barcelona and Real Madrid will play against each other in Saturday’s El Clasico match at Hard Rock Stadium and the city is already feeling the economic impact.
If tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has his way, it will take only 29 minutes to commute between New York and Washington one day, traveling on ultra fast trains on a hyperloop track.
The mayor of Miami believes it will take nearly $1 billion to fight sea level rise. So where would the money go?
The city of Miami is bracing for huge costs related to sea level rise. Some will come down the road, but the mayor is ready to spend now.