Code Enforcement

Palm Beach County Man Flies KKK Flag, Puts Up "Members Wanted" Sign (Source: CBS4)

Neighbor Outrage Prompts Man To Remove Klan Flag From Home

The KKK flag, infuriating some neighbors as it flapped in the wind outside of a West Boca Raton home, was taken down Wednesday night.



Embattled Miami Beach City Manager Will Resign July 8

Miami Beach City Manager Jorge Gonzalez wanted to stay on the job another year when he turned in his resignation, but the city commission said he will be done a lot sooner.



Miami Beach City Manager Gonzalez Resigns

Miami Beach City Manager Jorge Gonzalez has submitted his letter of resignation and will leave office in 2013.


(CBS4) Crews remove the dilapidated above ground pool from the unmaintained Barahona home in SW Miami-Dade on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011.

Repairs Made To Empty Barahona Home

A major cleanup job took place Wednesday at the empty home of Carmen and Jorge Barahona, who have been charged in the killing of their 10-year-old daughter Nubia and torture of their son Victor.


Carmen and Jorge Barahona

Barahona Home In Disrepair Months After Arrests

Six months after Carmen and Jorge Barahona were jailed for the killing of their seven-year-old daughter Nubia, their house sits abandoned in Southwest Miami-Dade.



Coral Gables To Enforce Pick-Up Truck Ban

Starting this month, the city of Coral Gables will issue warning notices to owners of pickup trucks who do not park their trucks inside their garages at night.


(Source: Pembroke Pines Police Department)

Pembroke Pines May Make ‘Snipe’ Signs Illegal

We’ve all seen the signs tacked to light poles or standing on their own at intersections, or the exits to shopping centers, which advertise everything from “We Buy Gold” to “Work At Home”.


Local law enforcement members and CBS4s Project Broken Window are working together. Police officers are taking calls at the phone bank. Source: CBS4

Experts Answer Crime Questions In First “Broken Window” Phone Bank

If you’ve ever wondered how to get help making you neighborhood better, safer, and more free of crime, you might want to consider asking a cop, Wednesday, CBS4 and some South Florida police departments are giving you a chance as police officers take your phone calls as part of Project Broken Window.


Vendors at the Roots In The City Farmers Market. (Photo source:

Overtown Farmers Market Shut Down

A peaceful demonstration was held this afternoon at the site of the former Roots in the City Farmers Market in Overtown after the market was shut down last week by Miami’s code enforcement office.


(Source: CBS4)

South Miami To Demolish Abandoned Homes

Four houses in the City of South Miami that have become abandoned eyesores are slated for demolition soon.