Another Sweetwater Cop Facing Disciplinary Action In Alleged Crash Cover-UpCBS4 News has learned another member of the Sweetwater Police Department is facing disciplinary action for his alleged role in the alleged covering up a crash involving an officer.
Doral Police Identify Driver Of Stolen Flatbed In Wild Expressway ChaseDoral police have identified the man they said led them on a chaotic chase up and down the Dolphin Expressway.
Local Ecuadorian Business Owner Sending Supplies To Earthquake VictimsSupplies are flowing in by the carload at a Doral warehouse.
Report: Florida Rife With DUI FugitivesA Naples Daily News investigation uncovered dozen of suspected drunk drivers are still on the run, despite causing deadly wrecks on Florida roads.
South Florida Woman Survives Cancer Once; Now Fighting AgainSurviving and thriving, a South Florida woman is trying to beat the odds and survive a second bout with an aggressive cancerous brain tumor.
Mixed Feelings Over Obama's Trip To CubaUnlike the day the president announced the normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba, there are no vocal protests or huge signs at Cafe Versailles in Little Havana on the day the White House announced Barack Obama and the First Lady will travel to the communist island next month.
Stray Dog Danger: 61-Year-Old Woman Attacked Shares Her Horror StoryTerrified and alone, a South Florida woman was attacked by two large stray German Shepherds while walking near her home in Miami-Dade County.
Don't Get Scammed By Online Home Business CoachesOwning your business is a dream worth chasing. But are you chasing it wisely? Can you tell the real opportunities from phony ones?
South Florida Cycles For Survival In Coral GablesHundreds of South Floridians took part in an annual indoor cycling event raising money and awareness for cancer research and clinical trials.
Stories Of Hope After Man Survives Gunshot Wound To HeadRobert Bozeman, Jr. never expected to walk across the stage at his college graduation. In fact, there was a time when he wasn’t really sure if he’d walk again at all.
Study: Women May Be Paying More Than Men For Goods, ServicesA recent New York City Department of Consumer Affairs study revealed women may be paying more than men for virtually the same products.
South Florida Woman Helps Light The Way For Syrian RefugeesA South Florida woman is helping shine a light on the Syrian refugee crisis, literally. Alison Thompson gives a glimmer of hope while helping save lives.

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