Miami Police Sergeant Indicted On Federal Charges

A Miami Police sergeant is on the other side of the law after being indicted on nine federal charges stemming from allegations of misconduct while on the job.



CBS4 Investigates: Criminal Probe Into After School Tutoring Program

What happens when tons of Federal money is handed out without any required accountability? CBS4 Investigator Jim Defede examines a tutoring program in Miami-Dade County under a criminal probe for allegedly bilking taxpayers for “ghost” students.



I-Team: Major Medicare Fraud Bust Targets Miami Clinics

Federal agents stormed homes and offices at dawn this morning as part of a major Medicare fraud bust in and around Miami. The crime: $165 million dollars allegedly stolen from U.S. taxpayers.



Hollywood Mayor Calls For Corruption Investigation

Hollywood’s mayor is calling for a federal investigation into his city manager and other city employees after receiving two anonymous tips about some alleged shady behavior.

CBS Miami–05/06/2011


I-Team: Engines to the Enemy

Four family members have been indicted for trying to sell jet fighter engines here in Miami to eventually be shipped to Iran..a violation of federal law.


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Obama Budget Blues Hit Port Of Miami

President Obama shook up South Florida leaders when his federal budget blueprint came out Monday and did not include money for a dredge project for the Port of Miami.


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Judge Rules Health Care Law Unconstitutional

Florida Federal Judge Roger Vinson ruled parts of the health care overhaul passed by Congress unconstitutional Monday afternoon.


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50 Million Americans Have No Health Insurance

A new study from the Kaiser Foundation is giving a grim view of the state of health insurance in the country as 50 million Americans now lack health care.


(Source: AP)

Hollywood Eye Doc Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy

A prominent Hollywood eye doctor with a number of high powered political connections has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge.


Custodial Workers at the University of Miami voted to go on strike if wage increase demands aren't met.  (Source: CBS4)

UM Accused Of Using Credit Checks To Discriminate

The University of Miami is accused of using credit checks to discriminate against minorities who are applying for jobs.