Amid questions of mistreatment in our community, CBS4 Investigator Jim DeFede has put together a 3-part series of special reports called Race Matters: Policing by the Numbers.
With images of civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri in the wake of a controversial police shooting, officers and deputies took to the field at Broward’s Central Park in Lauderhill Wednesday morning for a training session.
The city of Miami is set to hand over future investigations into police-involved shootings and in-custody deaths to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).
Comedian Robin Williams’ death is at the top of the list of Google searches for 2014.
Startling new CBS poll numbers show how blacks and whites view police. The results cannot be ignored. Jim and Miami-Dade Police Director J.D. Patterson hash it all out.
The Urban League of Palm Beach County organized a rally and march against injustice in downtown West Palm Beach on Friday.
The failure by the grand juries in both Ferguson and Staten Island to indict police officers who killed unarmed black men, has prompted a national discussion on the divide between the police and some of the communities they are supposed to be serving. We explore this with community activist Henry Crespo.
For the second night in a row, protestors shut down South Florida streets to protest the controversial deaths of African Americans at the hands of police officers.
Michael Brown’s father and Trayvon Martin’s parents attended a gospel concert in Miami Gardens Friday, put on by South Florida rapper “Flo Rida.”
Michael Brown’s family and their attorney, Benjamin Crump, sat down with “CBS This Morning” to talk about the Grand Jury’s decision and they said the question they still want answered is “Why?”