Former Miami Congressman David Rivera lost his bid Friday to delay a Florida Commission on Ethics case that found he violated the state’s rules for elected officials.
A Miami-Dade County Committee will review a law Thursday being proposed to mandate all new pools must have low voltage lights.
The images out of Ferguson, Missouri were alarming as officers resembling soldiers were going head-to-head with protesters. CBS4 has learned the military gear being used by police in Ferguson is being used by police in South Florida.
It’s been eight weeks since taxi competitors Uber and Lyft started up in Miami-Dade County.
CBS4 looks into how customers are being deceived into extended contracts through an alarm scam.
For a few hours Friday, the company at the center of Miami-Dade’s taxi cab controversy was delivering ice cream to its app users.
The CBS4 Investigative Unit has uncovered a scam going around South Florida involving alarm company salesmen—they are flat out lying to you to get your business.
Family and friends are mourning the loss of four people killed July 4 in a boating accident as officials investigate how the accident occurred.
Two South Florida pools are shut down Thursday and there is a possibility they may never re-open.
Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau, is back on the surface Wednesday after spending a month in an underwater lab.