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.
News of the horrific nightclub attack in Orlando that killed at least 50 people spread very quickly over social media with the general public posting what they heard and what they saw.
Nineteen floors up from the ground at the JW Marriot Marquis in downtown Miami, dozens of people will be dangling from the side of the high-rise on Saturday, June 4th.
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Congratulations to Booker T. Washington High School student Alexis Gabriel who won a four year college scholarship Tuesday morning.
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Ladies, if you have ripples and indents that riddle your thighs and butt that make it unthinkable to be out in a bikini, you’re not alone.
South Florida’s seemingly endless road construction rolls on this week with a number of overnight closures.
The majority of energy around the world comes from fossil fuel and nuclear power plants but a Florida Atlantic University High School student may just have created a more efficient and economical way to produce energy.