Miami Marlins Stadium Construction

Homeless Bills Targeting Pro Sports Teams Make Legislative Rounds

A pair of bills making their way through the Florida legislature could have local homeless sleeping on the 50-yard-line of Sun Life Stadium or up in the rafter of the AmericanAirlines Arena.



Dolphins Problems Include Decaying Stadium

The problems on the field this year for the Dolphins and the Hurricanes have been well documented – from cracks in the defense to the strain on the offense. But the real problems inside Sun Life Stadium aren’t at field level. They are high above – where few are looking.


Opa-Locka Police Captain Arthur Balom was arrested in 2011.  (Source: CBS4)

Feds Detail Police Captain’s Alleged Gang Involvement

Federal officials have started to peel back the layers to reveal just how deep they believe Opa-Locka Police Captain Arthur Balom was involved in drug trafficking and gang activity.



Arrest Warrant Issued For Divine Sports Owner

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.


CBS4) Suspended Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito enters Miami City Hall ahead of the commission meeting that will decide his future.

Things Become Surreal At Exposito Hearing

The Miami Commission meeting over the future of suspended Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito was showing no signs of getting closer to a conclusion Friday afternoon when things became even more surreal than people were expecting.



Migoya Discusses Jackson’s Future

Hours after being selected the new President and CEO of Jackson Memorial Hospital, Carlos Migoya was on site speaking to members of the press and promising big changes to a hospital facing a loss of more than $120 million this year.


Latins Become The Largest Minority Group In The U.S.

Penelas Resurfaces To Consider Mayoral Run

Voters in Miami-Dade county may have a little more than a month to decide which mayoral candidate will best represent them and politicians are lining up to drop their names in the hat.


Robert Meyers

Miami-Dade Ethics Commission Boss Resigns

Robert Meyers, the embattled executive director of the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics who was accused of engaging in a questionable “personal relationship” with an aide, resigned Tuesday.



Alvarez, Seijas Recall Election Set For March 15

The Miami-Dade County Commission has decided on a date for the upcoming recall election of Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez and Commissioner Natacha Seijas.