American Civil Liberties Union

Dozens of same-sex couples renewed their vows at a free ceremony in Miami Beach on January 3, 2015. (Source: CBS4)

High Court To Hear Gay Marriage Cases In April

Supreme Court justices said they will decide if same-sex couples around the nation will have the right to marry under the Constitution.

01/16/2015

Security cameras in Miami (Source: CBS4)

South Florida Cameras Become New Form Of Policing

A new virtual policing system is in place in Miami. It includes cameras catching your every move and it’s just the beginning.

01/14/2015

Dozens of same-sex couples renewed their vows at a free ceremony in Miami Beach on January 3, 2015. (Source: CBS4)

Dozens of Same-Sex Couples Renew Vows In Miami Beach

Dozens of same-sex couples renewed their vows at a free ceremony in Miami Beach Tuesday night.

01/06/2015

Florida Money

Taxpayer Tab Mounts In Welfare Drug-Test Legal Fight

Taxpayers are on the hook for at least $307,000 — and perhaps much more — to cover legal expenses in Gov. Rick Scott’s repeated failed efforts to convince courts that a onetime campaign pledge to drug-test welfare recipients is constitutional.

12/08/2014

File photo of a person at a same-sex marriage rally. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Appeals Court Denies To Stop Florida Same Sex Marriages

Same sex marriage is one step closer to becoming reality in Florida.

12/03/2014

Gay-Marriage

Florida Asks Court To Keep Marriage Ban In Place

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is asking a federal judge to keep the state’s ban on gay marriage in place despite a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision.

10/24/2014

(CBS4)

Court Rules Cell Phones Can’t Be Used For Tracking Without Warrant

Florida’s highest court said Thursday police in Florida have no right to use a cell phone to track someone’s movements without a warrant.

10/16/2014

Gay-Marriage

Florida Gays Anticipate Trip To Altar

Gay rights activists in Florida believe the United States Supreme Court on Monday sealed the deal for same sex marriage in the state.

10/07/2014

(AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

US Rethinks Giving Excess Military Gear To Police

After a decade of sending military equipment to civilian police departments across the country, federal officials are reconsidering the idea in light of the violence in Ferguson, Missouri.

08/17/2014

(Source: THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Corrections Chief Installs New Leaders At Troubled Miami-Dade Prison

A new warden has been named at Dade Correctional Institution after the previous warden and two of his assistants were fired after the investigation into an inmate death who died in a scalding shower was taking too long.

07/18/2014

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