Nearly two hundred documents were released Thursday by the Jacksonville State Attorney’s Office in the case of a neighborhood watch volunteer who shot an unarmed teen in a gated Sanford community in late February.
For the third time in the past year, a treasurer at a Miami-Dade Public school has been arrested and charged with stealing funds from her school.
A Broward court reporter is in the wind, and officials want to know where she is because her files may be key evidence in several trials.
The Venezuelan consulate in Downtown Miami will undergo an “administrative shutdown” after the U.S. State Department’s decision to expel the consul in that diplomatic post, President Hugo Chavez announced Friday.
CBS4 News has learned more about a senseless crash that took the lives of three vibrant South Florida teenagers.
Gov. Rick Scott told newspaper editors that public records requests have skyrocketed since he has taken office and the fees for documents are needed to make sure taxpayer money isn’t wasted.