Mentoring Matters: Local South Florida Student Wins Prestigious PrizeChasity Hale was a young girl when she underwent a tracheotomy and several laser surgeries.
Mentoring Matters: Mentor Bonds With Teen Over Books & BasketballJavaris Jones loves basketball and cars. His mentor Dave, not so much but somehow they have formed a special bond.
Facing South Florida: The Everglades- Where Politics, Money and Race CollideFacing South Florida host Jim DeFede and his guests discuss his 60-minute documentary on the toxic blue green algae crisis that his southeast Florida in spring of 2016.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Carlos Lopez-CanteraLt. Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera joins Facing South Florida host Jim DeFede to to make an announcement about his political future.
Facing South Florida: District 40 Special Election DebateThis week on Facing South Florida we focus on the upcoming Special Election for Florida District 40.
Facing South Florida: Crisis In VenezuelaCBS Miami news anchor Rick Folbaum continues the conversation on the crisis in Venezuela but with a different perspective.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Marco RubioSenator Marco Rubio sits down with CBS4 News Anchor Rick Folbaum for an extended one-on-one interview.
Facing South Florida: OJ Simpson ParoledEarlier this week OJ Simson was granted parole by a Nevada prison board after serving nine years in a state penitentiary.
Facing South Florida: The Opioid CrisisThis week Facing South Florida host Jim DeFede looks into the growing opioid crisis and the death of 10-year-old Alton Banks.
Facing South Florida: State Of The State & Plans To Run For GovernorSen. Jack Latvala is the Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee & Planning a run for state governor.
Facing South Florida: Senate Republican Healthcare Bill ProposalCBS4's Jim DeFede will take the debate out of the politics of Washington and bring it home and talk to doctors on the front line of healthcare.
Focus On South Florida: HistoryMiami Museum: Hurricane AndrewWe take you inside HistoryMiami Museum’s new Hurricane Andrew exhibit.