President Barack Obama has cut his campaign trip in Florida short in the wake of the Colorado movie theater massacre in which 12 people died and dozens of others were wounded.
Miami-Dade Public Defender Carlos Martinez keeps a size 52 portly suit in his office as a reminder of what he once looked like.
Two opponents of the FCAT take aim at the controversial test on CBS4′s News & Views with Eliott Rodriguez this weekend.
At Friday services at Temple Menorah on Miami Beach, one chair is always reserved for Alan Gross. At the temple, the American contractor jailed in Cuba is considered a victim of politics.
Being the spiritual leader of one billion Catholics worldwide can be tiring. So when 84-year-old Pope Benedict XVI travels to Cuba to celebrate masses, meet with the country’s leaders, and bless ordinary Cubans, the church wants to make sure the pontiff will be well rested.
The Florida GOP primary is less than a week away and Newt Gingrich is pulling ahead of his closest rival, Mitt Romney. Wednesday, Gingrich sat down with CBS4’s Elliot Rodriguez to talk about his views on Cuban policy.
Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi discusses the Flash Mob that descended on his city Christmas night.
Barry University Political Science Professor Sean Foreman joined Eliott Rodriguez recently for a taping of “News & Views”.
Its being billed as the biggest art auction ever outside New York or London. More than $40 million worth of art will go to the highest bidders this week at an art auction in Miami’s Wynwood art district.
CBS4 News Anchor Eliott Rodriguez tells the story of his sister Arleen, a fragile little girl who became a strong fighter when confronted with breast cancer after the birth of her first child.