Joaquin Badias said he couldn’t live any longer with the flooring that covered the stairs of his house, along with the floor of his bedroom and den.
As smoke, feared to be toxic, stains South Florida skies, Miami-Dade firefighters don traditional personal protective equipment to save their lives.
With America and her allies scrambling to find strategies to fight terror around the world and potentially on US soil, efforts are underway in a war to fight cyber recruiting of extremists and more.
Three of the four Coconut Creek police officers now under investigation for repeatedly Tasering an unarmed man who subsequently died in police custody, should not have been carrying Tasers on the day of the incident, according to documents obtained by CBS4 News.
Coconut Creek’s police chief resigned Wednesday, weeks after the death of a man who was in police custody.
When the housing bubble burst, dozens of condo associations faced huge losses of income due to delinquent owners. The answer for dozens of associations became a court appointed receiver who would be in charge of rescuing distressed units and bringing in money to the association. But as Eliott Rodriguez and CBS4 Investigates discovered, critics say the solution has become a twisted problem that is currently unfolding in front of local judges.
How does a $7 debt owed to a condo association, turn into a lien against the owner for more than $13,000? CBS4 Investigates the alleged abuse of liens and other fees by some court appointed receivers, all of whom were assigned by the court to protect the association’s interests and finances. As CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez tells us, owners and judges are starting to take a second look.
After two weeks, Coconut Creek officials broke their silence about the death of a man who died while in police custody.
John Arendale and Bonnie Eshleman were sound asleep when the sound of a commotion outside their front door, followed by two loud, firecracker sounding pops, roused them from their bed to see what was happening.
Nearly a week after a man died in police custody, the Coconut Creek Police Department still refuses to provide any information, declaring his death “confidential.”