The Coast Guard is celebrating another big haul seized in the western Caribbean.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue workers came upon a grisly scene Wednesday morning when they found a homeless woman badly burned at a bus stop in Cutler Bay.
A boat was destroyed and another had major damage after a fire ripped through both at the end of a pier in the water near Brickell.
New details have been uncovered in the search for a millionaire who went missing off Ft. Lauderdale’s coast back in June.
On a busy Labor Day Weekend, Florida Fish and Wildlife took CBS4 out on a boat to talk safety.
Year round sunshine and mild weather makes South Florida a boater’s paradise. But it’s not all smooth sailing. Last year, 67 people died and 431 people were injured in boating accidents.
Marleine Bastien was feeling a pain that was both shocking and all too common.
The search has resumed for at least 10 missing Haitians whose boat capsized as they headed to the U.S., according to a police official in the Bahamas.
Sharks may be big business at the box office with movies such as “JAWS,” but real sharks are really big business. In fact, the demand for their fins is so lucrative… they are verging on extinction.
More than 100,000 sharks are circling the South Florida coastline as part of an annual migration. The same migration is underway in the Bahamas. But unlike South Florida, CBS4′s David Sutta shows us why the ocean’s top predators there are all protected from fishing.