A third-rate romance and a low-rent rendezvous appears to be more than just some lyrics in a song; it may be the reason a brutal murder at quirky Gilbert’s Marina in the Keys has taken 5-years to solve.
There is a growing trend that proves just how expensive getting a college education has become. Young women are looking for help to pay for college from complete strangers.
Two years after CBS4 Investigates first reported on the crisis of pilot fatigue, the FAA has finally taken action to battle the dangers of pilot fatigue.
Roy Fastabend has been a welder for 35 years and a certified inspector for the last fifteen. It was his job to make sure the columns and beams connected to the retractable roof at the Marlins Stadium were constructed and welded correctly.
As water and sewage lines continue to break across Miami-Dade County, CBS4 investigator Stephen Stock has discovered the fixes for the system could cost taxpayers more than a billion dollars.
CBS4 Investigates has learned of new details in the incident involving a City of Miami police officer pulling over a Florida Highway Patrol trooper back on November 8, 2011.
An arrest warrant was issued Thursday for the owner of Divine Sports, an after school tutoring program accused of bilking the Miami-Dade School District of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
When the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office released family photos from the Barahona evidence file this week, people wondered how a family that looks just like any other could hide what had been described as a house of horror.
Medicare fraud spilled over into the heart of Miami-Dade County’s government center Wednesday morning.
The I-Team has discovered that for the past 20 years, the FAA has allowed commercial airlines to fly without basic life rafts on routes crossing the Atlantic Ocean to Caribbean.