Miami-Dade School Police have secured an arrest warrant for Carrie Weingarth as law enforcement across the southeast continue searching for her, her boyfriend, and three children.
It’s no secret that when visiting museums one must browse the art on display with care. A local artist visiting the Perez Art Museum Miami on Sunday however, abandoned caution as a form of protest—allegedly smashing a world-renowned Chinese artist’s vase into pieces.
The debate over what to do about a site of a prehistoric Tequesta village in downtown Miami continued at a hearing on the issue Friday.
CBS4′s Gary Nelson witnessed the execution of the Jimmy Ryce’s killer on Wednesday night.
“It’s been a long, long time coming,” said the father of Jimmy Ryce, upon learning that Wednesday, February 12th is the day the man who kidnapped, raped, murdered and dismembered his 9-year-old son, will be put to death.
The kidnapping, rape and murder of Jimmy Ryce, 18-years-ago, shook South Florida to its core but on Wednesday, the man convicted of the horrific crime is set to be executed on Florida’s death row.
Juan Carlos Chavez, the sadistic killer of 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce is set for execution on February 12th. One of the things we’ll be waiting to see is if Chavez will express any sort of remorse. We hear from Jimmy’s father Don, and his brother Ted. And Jim hosts a reporter roundtable with CBS4′s Eliott Rodriguez and Gary Nelson who will be in Starke when Chavez meets his executioner.
It was October 16 on South Dixie Highway in Pinecrest that an allegedly careless driver struck and horribly injured University of Miami graduate student Ying Chin, and fellow student Hao Liu.
Hours after his big announcement to bring Major League Soccer to Miami, David Beckham was forced to leave a South Florida park after the crowd became uncontrollable.
With a warning from Mayor Carlos Gimenez that it would “throw our budget into disarray,” Miami-Dade Commissioners Tuesday overrode his veto of their earlier vote to re-instate five percent pay cuts that had been imposed on county employees.