After sitting idle at the Port of Miami in 2012, Miami-Dade’s fire boats may soon be back in service. Late Wednesday afternoon, Miami-Dade Fire Chief Ray Downey said there is a tentative agreement to place the county’s fire boats back in the water and responding to calls.
The voice sounded remarkably calm and steady describing the horrific attack by the so-called Causeway Cannibal Rudy Eugene.
Two months after he was viciously attacked on the MacArthur Causeway by the so-called Miami Zombie, Ronald Poppo succinctly summed up the events that captured the country’s attention.
CBS4′s Jim DeFede spoke with former Hallandale Beach lifeguard, Tomas Lopez.
Robert Macaulay and Joel Perwin, two local Harvard educated attorneys sat down with CBS4′s Jim DeFede to discuss this weeks Supreme Court decisions including Health Care and Immigration.
University of Miami President and former Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna Shalala sat down with CBS4′s Jim DeFede to discuss the recent Supreme Court ruling on healthcare.
The special agent in charge of the FBI’s Miami division is retiring at the end of the month. John Gillies has seen almost every type of crime here in South Florida. He talked with us about his experiences in South Florida.
Manuel Roig-Franzia of The Washington Post wrote an unauthorized biography of Senator Marco Rubio. The timing is impeccable, considering Rubio’s own memoir “American Son” just came out. Manuel spoke with us about the book.
The DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz joined us to chat about President Obama, immigration, healthcare reform and voter purging.
Gang Violence is growing in Miami-Dade, especially in the northern part of he county, raising concern over the growing number os senseless shootings.