Facing South Florida

Facing South Florida: The Trump PhenomenonJim and his guests dissect Trump’s presidential campaign and discuss what makes it tick.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Rep. Patrick MurphyThis week's Facing South Florida is a one-on-one interview with Rep. Patrick Murphy who is running for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Marco Rubio as he runs for President.
Facing South Florida: Back-to-School With the SuperintendentsNatalia Zea sits down for extended one-one interviews with Miami-Dade Schools Supt. Alberto Carvalho and Broward Schools Supt. Robert Runcie.
Facing South Florida: One-on-One with Congressman Mario Diaz-BalartCBS4's Jim DeFede sits down for an extended one-one interview with Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart.
Facing South Florida: Breastfeeding ControversyBreastfeeding rights and policy is under fire in South Florida.
Facing South Florida: The 2016 Presidential RaceThings are getting very interesting as we continue to make our way towards the 2016 Presidential Election.
Facing South Florida: Downtown Miami DevelopmentYou've probably heard some of these project names: Miami World Center, Brickell City Centre, All Aboard Florida.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With J.D. PattersonA few weeks ago on Facing South Florida we unveiled our latest findings in the Race Matters series.
Facing South Florida: One-on-One with Alberto CarvalhoCBS4's Jim DeFede and Superintendent Alberto Carvalho discuss the school district’s discipline diversion program and civil citation program designed to keep juveniles from being given a criminal record, which was hailed this past week in Washington, DC.
Facing South Florida: One-on-One with Rep. Ileana Ros-LehtinenJim and the Congresswoman sit down for an extended one-on-one interview.
Facing South Florida: One-on-One with Mayor Carlos GimenezJim and Mayor Gimenez will discuss his proposed budget, the Liberty Square housing plan, and the rift between the city and the county on homeless issues downtown.
Facing South Florida: Broward County- Civil CitationIn response to Jim DeFede's Race Matters series, Broward County has recently announced that they too will consider civil citations as another alternative for police officers to use when dealing with people who possess small amounts of marijuana.