History Shows Voter Fraud In South Florida Doesn’t Happen On Election DayHistory has shown us that most voter fraud in South Florida does not take place on Election Day.
Teen Organizes Community Luncheon To Help Bridge Divide Between Police & CitizensMiami's future men and women in blue broke bread – actually pizza – with some members of the community who wanted to show their love.
Gov. Scott Stresses No Time For Complacency As Hurricane Season StartsIt’s been 10 years since Florida has been hit by a hurricane, but state emergency managers say that is no excuse for Floridians to become complacent.
Ron Magill Explains Zoo Miami’s Animal Attack Policy Following Palm Beach Zoo IncidentRon Magill explains Zoo Miami's policy in regards to animal attacks after the incident at Palm Beach Zoo where a keeper was killed by a tiger.
Three Airlifted To Hospital For Severe Burns Following Pompano Beach Plane CrashThe three people inside a small plane that crashed into a Pompano Beach home were airlifted to another hospital for their severe injuries.
Airports Dealing With Long Lines & "Woefully Understaffed" TSAThere are growing concerns about security lines at airports as the summer travel season gets closer.
President Obama Answers Critics, Defends Trip To CubaPresident Barack Obama is defending his plan to visit Cuba next week.
Trump Sells His Success At Primary Press ConferenceDonald Trump raised the stakes at his election night victory news conference in Palm Beach County Tuesday night.
Lawsuit Claims PayPal Takes Buyers’ Side In Disputed TransactionsPayPal is one of the largest online payments companies in the world and the company processes millions of dollars in transactions every year. But some sellers claim the company is taking sides when it comes to disputed transactions.
Florida Winners Of Historic Powerball Jackpot RevealedThe Florida winner s of the historic $1.5 billion dollar Powerball jackpot are set to be revealed Wednesday.
Cameras Key To Solving Garbage Truck Crash Off I-95 RampCity of Miami officials are hoping the cameras on one of their waste trucks will explain how it flew off an I-95 ramp on Monday.
Historic Meeting Turns Into Personal Visit To Cuba For CBS4 AnchorA trip to cover a historic meeting in Cuba became more than that for CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez.

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