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 is rare to find one’s perfect match, but 33-year-old Ingrid Lopez and 13-year-old Alexis Forston say they have done just that.
International aid is finally getting underway in Haiti as authorities try to determine the full extent of the devastation.
Law enforcement and local children came together Sunday to create a masterpiece promoting peace and protesting gun violence within the Overtown community.
Lincoln Road on South Beach. It’s considered by many to be one of the premiere shopping avenues in the world with dozens of stores to satisfy any shopaholic.
The Miami-Dade County Traffic Center got a $1.3 million upgrade meant to help you drive around South Florida.
A young Miami Dolphins fan got to spend a day with his favorite team thanks to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
A local clothing company is empowering people with disabilities. The line was inspired by a sister’s love for her brother with down syndrome.
A University of Florida linebacker, who is from South Florida, is credited with helping to rescue a 19-year-old woman allegedly raped behind a bar near campus in Gainesville.
Local law enforcement are warning of the real dangers associated with the virtual gaming app that’s sweeping the nation – ‘Pokemon Go.’
This month’s horrific mass shooting at Pulse nightclub left a deep wound in the city of Orlando and many of those who saw the horror firsthand say they’re still struggling with the emotional trauma.