Hollywood Police  (Source: CBS4)

Hollywood Police Chief Retiring After 30 Years Of Service

City officials confirmed Friday that Hollywood Police Chief Chad Wagner will retire at the end of January as part of a financial agreement offered by the city.


Miami skyline at night

City, Employees Union Reach Preliminary Two-Year Deal

A new but preliminary two-year agreement between the city of Miami and the general employees union protects workers from furlough days and paycheck-punishing employee pension contributions.

CBS Miami–09/21/2012

Florida residents will get view of how the state has changed in the past decade when the U.S. Census releases data about the Sunshine State.

Keys Officials Demand Census Recount

Recent census results revealing Monroe County has had a decline in population has officials calling for a recount.



Pension Changes Advancing In Legislature

Bills in the Florida House and Senate that will shift state pensions into investment accounts and require state and local workers to pay into them began moving forward Thursday.


Gilberto Matamoros who was punched repeatedly by police on Halloween night as he lay on the ground in Coconut Grove has been charged with resisting arrest.  (Source: Miami Police Dept.)

Charges Dropped Against Man Beaten By Police

Prosecutors drop charges against a man in a police officer beating case, which occurred on Halloween night in Coconut Grove.


Jobless Money

Positive Signs On Jobs Front

The number of people applying for unemployment benefits fell to its lowest point in more than two years, according to the Labor Department.