Huber Matos Benitez, who was a key leader in the late 1950′s Cuban Revolution to overthrow Fulgencio Batista, but later became an outspoken opponent of Fidel Castro, died Thursday at the age of 95.
Juan Carlos Chavez, the sadistic killer of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce is set for execution on February 12th. One of the things we’ll be waiting to see is if Chavez will express any sort of remorse. We hear from Jimmy’s father Don, and his brother Ted. And Jim hosts a reporter roundtable with CBS4′s Eliott Rodriguez and Gary Nelson who will be in Starke when Chavez meets his executioner.
Advertisements are big business during the biggest football game of the year. Sunday night’s Super Bowl telecast drew 111.5 million viewers, the most watched television event in U.S. history.
HistoryMiami, formerly known as the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, was founded in 1940 by a group of famous Miamians including George Merrick and Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Its mission is to connect people by telling the stories of Miami’s communities, individuals, places and events. And now HistoryMiami is in a new space at the Miami-Dade Cultural Center that’s twice the size. We focus on that and an exciting new acquisition for HistoryMiami that any institution could want for its permanent collection.
Salvador Dali produced more than 15-hundred paintings in his career, and is also noted for his contributions to theater, fashion and photography. A museum-quality collection of Dali’s work is here in South Florida. We focus on the life of Salvador Dali through the eyes of the daughter of the man who was his publisher and confidante for more than 50 years.
In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, Nova Southeastern University Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale is presenting an exhibition featuring images of that era taken by renowned photographer Bob Adelman. We take you inside the exhibit to focus on its significance.
It used to be a college degree or some experience in the industry could get you the job you want, but today you may be put to the test, literally, before being offered a position.
For more than half a century, Cubans on the island have kept old American cars in running condition. But now, the Cuban government is hoping to get other vehicles on the road by relaxing restrictions on car sales.
Federal officials are calling for stricter guidelines to prevent intoxicated drivers from getting behind the wheel.
Those who use an outside source for financial help should know that their professionals could have an important secret – a history of complaints could have been wiped clean.