CBS4’s David Bernard continues his annual Holiday Homes Tour on Thursday, December 15th at the home of Hugh Wiedman and his family, at 13905 SW 72 Court in Palmetto Bay.
In Palmetto Bay’s Mangowood neighborhood, some folks got up Wednesday to find flyers in their driveways featuring a swastika, men in Nazi uniforms, and websites promoting a neo-Nazi group.
The Village of Palmetto Bay on the water in South Miami-Dade is called a village because it’s too small to be called a town. But the little, predominantly white collar community of just 8,000 homes is also rich in property crime.
Torrential rains from a weather system moving through South Miami-Dade have flooded streets in Cutler Bay and Palmetto Bay, and spawned two tornado warnings after forecasters spotted signs of a possible funnel cloud around Black Point Marina, headed north. Those warnings were canceled shortly after 9:15 pm.
A south Miami-Dade doctor is behind bars charged with three counts of trafficking in oxycodone and running an unlicensed pain management clinic.
If you’ve got the cash, then the South Florida real estate market is ready to reward you with some large bargains. From Homestead to Coral Springs, real estate agents are starting to see a slow turnaround in the depressed Florida home market.
On Old Cutler Road in south Miami-Dade County, one of those familiar blue and white county signs brags about the bike path project under construction along the landmark roadway. But the environmental barrier is literally full of holes.
Miami-area Republican state Rep. Frank Artiles still hasn’t moved into the district he represents in the Legislature, according to CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.
It’s something in every major newspaper that is often looked over: notices from local governments alerting you to meetings and issues in your community. Now, an effort is underway to get rid of them. It will save money, is it worth it?
Parents always want the best for their children and that includes the food they eat. A Palmetto Bay mother is a firm believer that it’s never too early to start children eating healthy and fresh and now the rest of Miami-Dade can benefit from what this health-conscious mom does.