Investigators Question Motive For Plantation Business ShootingA man shot up at a Plantation used car business is expected to be okay but investigators are still trying to figure why someone opened fire.
BSO Investigating Shooting At Used Car BusinessDetectives with the Broward Sheriff's Office are trying to figure out what led to a shooting at a used car business on Peters Road near State Road 7 on Tuesday afternoon.
Two Men Injured In Fort Lauderdale ShootingFort Lauderdale Police are investigating a shooting that broke out at a busy shopping center that sent one man to the hospital and grazed another.
Race Matters: A Look Inside Broward Pot ArrestsOn Tuesday, Broward County Commissioners will consider an ordinance allowing police and sheriff's deputies the option of issuing a ticket to individuals caught with a small amount of marijuana rather than formally arresting them.
Persistence Brings Father And Son Together 42 Years LaterThe first thing that Jose Perez did when he could finally touch his son Joey Perez after more than 40 years was kiss his head. Jose Perez said that's the last thing he did when he last saw his baby son back in 1974.
Judge Ruling Could Lead To The End Of Red Light Camera TicketsA new ruling by a judge in Miami-Dade County could mean drivers ticketed after caught on camera for driving through a red light will get the ticket dismissed.
Uber Demands More Changes, Not Back In Broward Just YetBroward County commissioners grappled late into the night Thursday trying to find a compromise to get ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft back on the road.
CBS4 Exclusive: Court Docs Reveal New Info In Death Of Coral Springs MotherCBS4 News has obtained copies of seven search warrants filed in Broward County Court regarding the death of a Coral Springs mother, Magdalena Weich.
Cab Companies Launch Insurance Challenge In Uber WarTaxicab companies in Broward County and Tallahassee filed their second lawsuit against the state in as many days, this time accusing app-based transportation services like Uber and Lyft of operating without proper insurance in Florida.
Scott Signs Executive Order Tracking Mental Health ServicesAs the state Department of Children and Families convened its annual child-protection summit Wednesday, Gov. Rick Scott signed an executive order aimed at better coordinating mental health services --- something DCF Secretary Mike Carroll said will help his agency provide improved care for children.
No Criminal Charges For Officer Arrested For Alleged AssaultBroward County prosecutors have decided not to file criminal charges against a Sunrise Police Officer arrested for aggravated assault.
Taxi Companies Sue State Over Uber, LyftTaxi companies in Tallahassee and Broward County are suing the state over app-based transportation services, alleging that Florida officials aren't requiring Uber and Lyft to prove that the way they calculate trip distances --- and charges --- is accurate