A Hallandale Beach woman is accused of waiting more than 20 minutes to call for help after a boating crash that left her boyfriend dead and surveillance video obtained exclusively by CBS4 News reveals what the woman did during that time. Investigators say the woman had plenty of opportunities to ask for assistance but simply failed to do so.
Following Justin Bieber’s Miami Beach arrest, a police officer was reportedly trying to take a photo of the 19-year-old superstar. Now, Miami Beach Police say, that officer is being investigated.
The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office has released the video of a beating posted on Facebook.
A Miami Gardens store owner and employee are planning to file a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city and its police department alleging officers are illegally stopping and searching citizens and racial profiling.
Hallandale Beach Police said a young girl is in critical condition Monday night after a driver hit her as she was walking home from school and sped off.
The executive editor of CBS4 news partner, El Nuevo Herald is moving on.
The presidential debate at Lynn University brought out more than 3,500 journalists to Boca Raton, including a large contingent from CBS4 News.
CBS4 News and CBSMiami.com are dedicated to bring you the latest and most up-to-date information about Tropical Storm Isaac which is why CBS4 News has extended our weekend newscasts.
WFOR-TV/CBS4 has announced that Josh Benson will be the station’s new weekday morning co-anchor. Benson, most recently the evening news anchor on WFTV-TV in Orlando, joins co-anchor Rhiannon Ally on CBS4 from 5 a.m. – 7 a.m., starting Monday, August 27.
Changes in the lineup for the anchors for CBS4 News broadcasts were announced Monday afternoon. “These new assignments will maximize the strengths of each of our anchors,” CBS4 Vice President/General Manager Adam Levy said.