(Source: CBS4)

Sharks Unearth Clues Into Human Diseases

As a top marine researcher, Dr. Neil Hammerschlag, scours the oceans in search of sharks. She studies the mythical sea creatures to discover how their ailments could be linked to the development of human diseases.


(Source: CBS4) Lt. Col. Karl Trenker upon his release from the hospital.

Marine Shot During Robbery: “I’m Not Running From A Fight”

A South Florida Marine Corps officer who was shot by would-be robbers has been released from the hospital just nine days after being wounded and doctors said he has made an amazing recovery.


Karl Trenker

Broward Marine Shot While Trying To Sell Necklace Talks About Recovery

A Marine who was trying to sell a piece of jewelry on Craigslist and was shot multiple times by a supposed buyer is telling his harrowing story of survival.


Jeff Steele (right) and James Flounory (left) are both charged with attempted murder after they allegedly shot an ex-Marine after the duo answered a Craigslist ad. (Source: Broward Sheriff's Office)

Craigslist Ad Nearly Leads To Murder

Just weeks after a Craigslist ad led to a murder that shocked the nation; a Marine in South Florida is the latest victim of a violent crime that started with an ad on Craigslist.



Marine Plans Walk To Benefit Kids With Cleft Palates

A Marine who served in Afghanistan is on a new mission: helping kids in South Asia. In September, Winston Fiore will begin a 5,000 mile hike to raise funds to help children born with a cleft palate.


Marine Artist Cinnamon Aquatic Adventures

In this week’s Aquatic Adventures we take you to the Keys to meet a special marine artist named Cinnamon. Cinnamon has Downs Syndrome  but she doesn’t let that get in the way of a flourishing […]

CBS Miami–06/17/2011


Judge Denies Bond For Man Accused Of Attacking Wife In Courtroom

A Broward County Judge ordered a former Marine held without bond Monday on charges that he viciously beat his ex-wife during a court proceeding in the couple’s divorce.



Ex-Marine Jailed For Beating Wife Wants Bond Lowered

A Broward County judge has delayed his decision on whether or not to lower bond for a Fort Lauderdale man charged with viciously assaulting his estranged wife in court chambers.



Manatee Deaths Up In 2010

South Florida waterways are dotted with signs warning people to slow down for manatees, but even increased awareness of the gentle giants in the water has not bene enough to stop the killing.


Fishing Reports Nov. 20th, 2010

Capt Alan Sherman – Miami-Dade The Beat Goes On!  Fishing in South Florida is hot and the weather is cool! How about that! Half way into November and water temperatures are in the 70’s. From […]