“Sir. I am writing to you because I am in urgent need of preventing a crisis from occurring.” It was an e-mail that stopped its reader in her tracks.
In his final act as Miami Dade Police Director, James Loftus summoned Sgt. Jennifer Gonzalez and police officers Dario Socarras and Jose Huerta to his office. One at a time he met with them. And each conversation ended with Loftus delivering the same message: “You’re fired.”
Christina Malloy says she has waited months for this moment.
Jessica Williams is the caretaker to one of the oldest African American cemeteries in South Florida, where community pioneers have been laid to rest. But recently, criminal acts have been disturbing the bodies resting at one cemetery that houses 538 burial plots at in Miami.
For two months, Michelle Pinder has been desperate to get rid of the strangers living in her childhood home.
South Florida’s notoriously bad drivers now have more than the cops to worry about. CBS4’s Vanessa Borge has spent months videotaping all the crazy things people do behind the wheel and she confronts some of them with one question: “What Were You Thinking?
Michelle Pinder’s life has been shattered ever since strangers moved in and took possession of a vacant property she owned, her childhood home, which she had up for sale.
Voting rights advocates are fuming about a change to what they say is an election night “best practices procedure.” The issue is only in Miami-Dade as far as CBS4 Investigates can tell.
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.