Just days after the county faced criticism for not having its fireboats available during the July Fourth boating tragedy that left four people dead and a dozen injured, Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez proposed a budget that takes $3.3 from the fire department and transfers it to the libraries.
The father a man killed in what some rescue officials described as the worst boating accident they have ever witnessed is demanding answers following the Fourth of July tragedy.
South Florida is still shaken up over a boating accident off Dinner Key that left four people dead and several others injured, according to FWC.
Four people are dead after a three boat crash off Dinner Key Saturday morning, according to sources.
Jim sits down with the Broward County Sheriff for reaction to his 10-20-Life investigation and a variety of other topics, including Broward’s homeless initiative.
As we approach the 15th anniversary of when Florida’s 10-20-Life law went into effect, Jim’s investigation looks at the impact it has had, or not had on gun violence in South Florida. Are our streets safer? Are there fewer shootings? Are there problems with the 10-20-Life law? Is it working? Jim’s in-depth look answers these questions and more.
A man was shot several times while riding his bicycle Sunday.
New developments in Jim’s ongoing investigation. This week Jim confronts local VA officials—the director of the Miami V-A, and its embattled chief of staff.
Jim sits down with the former Florida governor and senator to talk about a variety of subjects, including the crisis in Iraq, the Florida governor’s race, immigration, and Cuba offshore drilling.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio responded to the President’s plans for Iraq to CBS4 investigator Jim DeFede.