Miami-Dade State Attorney
We take a closer look at the crime problem in this South Florida city paying particularly close attention to the goings-on at a Miami Gardens convenience store. The store owner has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city, the mayor, and the police department, alleging police harassment. The state’s attorney has just wrapped up its investigation and there is already fallout following that office’s decision to not charge officers with any crime.
The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office won’t charge Miami Gardens officers with any crimes following an investigation into harassment complaints made by a convenience store owner, which have since become the basis of a federal civil rights lawsuit.
One of Congressman Joe Garcia’s former chief of staff is going to jail for orchestrating a fraudulent, online absentee-ballot request.
The management company which operates the hotel at Miami International Airport is under investigation for possible billing discrepancies concerning three renovation projects.
One day after Doral’s police chief was abruptly fired, the now former police chief fired back at the city officials who removed him from his post. He said he is considering taking legal action.
As Miami-Dade voters go to the polls in Tuesday’s primary election, Rod Vereen hopes they will cast their ballots for him in the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office race.
Katherine Fernandez Rundle wants voters to re-elect her as Miami-Dade’s State Attorney. After heading up the fourth largest State Attorney’s Office in the nation, she’s got a major challenger at the polls.
CBS4’S Jim DeFede sat down with Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez-Rundle and her opponent Rod Vereen.
Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle now knows who she will face off against to keep her job come November.
For more than a year, the Miami Dade State Attorney has been investigating Congressman David Rivera for possible campaign finance law violations. But CBS4 News has learned the case is now closed and no charges will be brought against the Republican freshman.