The driver of a car that plowed into a bus bench in Miami Gardens Wednesday, killing one woman and leaving two others near death, apparently benefited from a revolving door criminal justice system that records indicate dealt lightly with a laundry list of serious criminal offenses.
In the sleepy West Coast Florida town of Inverness, as horses graze and Spanish moss hangs still on a breezeless summer day, an elections experiment was about to get underway.
Imagine going to the polls November 6th and casting your vote for President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney… and somehow the machine thinks you voted for both candidates. That’s called an overvote… and your vote may be thrown out. Sounds impossible? CBS4 Chief Investigator Michele Gillen says it’s not.
Twelve years ago, Palm Beach County was at the epicenter of the 2000 Presidential election meltdown over hanging and pregnant chads. Now as CBS4 Chief Investigator Michele Gillen tells us, Palm Beach County was again at the center of another election embarrassment in March.
While the nation has been mashing its teeth over voter suppression laws… CBS4 investigates has been examining the actual voting systems that will be used to cast and count your ballots on November 6th.
Florida is sure to be a pivotal state, but have we shaken the ghosts of the 2000 presidential election?
What happens when a county employees take a county vehicle through a toll plaza without paying? It turns out that hundreds of thousands dollars of fines are due and it may surprise you just how much taxpayers may have to pay.
For a while, Barret Robbins was well on his way to live a life full of fame and fortune. The 6’3″, 320-pound former NFL star was set to play in the Super Bowl in 2003. However, he never got on the field.
Beneath the Atlantic Oceans’ shining waters lies a potential risk and experts are raising alarming questions about the health of our oceans and the impact it could have on the life above and below the sea.
Tropical Depression Seven has formed in the central Atlantic Ocean.
In 1991, it was heralded as the “highway to serve the next century.” But I-595 has failed to live up to it’s opening billing. The construction cranes and mounds of dirt are back, as an explosion of growth in West Broward has forced an expansion of the major East-West Broward County Interstate after a mere 20-years.