Facing South Florida: Debris Debacle In Keys After Gov. Scott Issues Emergency DOT ContractJim DeFede delivers an expanded edition of his investigation about a never-before seen contract issued by Governor Scott’s Administration.
Exclusive: Debris Debacle In Keys After Gov. Scott Issues Emergency DOT ContractIt is believed that the debris removal rates for these emergency contracts are the highest being paid for anywhere in the state of Florida.
Facing South Florida: Florida Keys Still Recovering From Hurricane IrmaLast week CBS4’s Jim DeFede spent a few days in the Florida Keys.
Facing South Florida: Massacre In Las VegasThe big story of the week was the mass shooting in Las Vegas, the worst mass shooting in the nation's history.
Hollywood Nursing Home Cited Twice For Building Code ViolationsThe Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills, where 11 patients died following Hurricane Irma, was cited twice for work completed without permits.
Facing South Florida: Poor Communities Dealing With Hurricane IrmaFor thousands of families living on fixed incomes, the ramifications of Hurricane Irma made a harsh impact.
Facing South Florida: Nursing Home Deaths & Hurricane Irma RecoveryFacing South Florida host Jim DeFede is joined by two state senators dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
Nursing Home Voicemails To Governor DeletedAccording to the governor’s office, the voicemails left on Gov. Rick Scott’s cellphone from the Hollywood nursing home were deleted.
Nursing Home Execs Called Gov. Rick Scott’s Cell Asking For Help Getting Power Back Florida Governor Rick Scott, the Florida Department of Health and Florida Power and Light are all refuting claims from a Florida nursing home, where eight people died in the sweltering hot building, that they didn't do enough to help after the storm knocked out power.
Keys Residents Return To Grim Situation; Water Currently Biggest IssueResidents in the Florida Keys are returning home to essentially nothing.
Former FEMA Director Hunkering Down In South Florida To Test State's Housing CodesThe former director of FEMA is hunkering down in South Florida because he wants to test the state's housing codes, which he says are top-notch.
Facing South Florida: Harvey Flooding DisasterCBS4's Jim DeFede is joined by former director of Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA), David Paulison.