Voting rights advocates are fuming about a change to what they say is an election night “best practices procedure.” The issue is only in Miami-Dade as far as CBS4 Investigates can tell.
Golfing continues to increase in popularity for everyone from the blue-collar to the wealthy, from novices to seasoned professionals. Miami’s most fantastic courses come with a side of wonderful weather and scenic beauty, but they’re not limited to private country clubs only. Miami offers outstanding options that provide fun, challenging and public greens, and these are the best.
We have a warning for anyone who ever uses a public computer at places such as a hotel, coffee shop or library. Criminals have found ways to swipe all your personal information from these unsecured, public computers.
A Miami-Dade man who boarded a public bus is accused of lewd and lascivious behavior after masturbating on the bus then slapping the driver who turned him into police, according to an Opa-Locka police report.
A former North Miami Beach public services director pleaded guilty to stealing $2.3 million in city funds.
The Coalition of Immokalee Workers group is wrapping up a five-city national tour Saturday with rallies calling for Publix to pay workers a penny more per pound for tomatoes.
Hip hop artist Wyclef Jean is widely expected to announce Thursday evening that he will run for the presidency of Haiti.
Now the CBS4 I-Team has learned that more questions about his finances are being asked here in the states. In January CBS4 reported that several tax liens had been filed against Jean and his wife.
Yet another near collision on a runway was reported in South Florida, coming less than a day after an exclusive CBS4 investigation into close calls in our skies and on our airport runways.
The CBS4 I-Team has learned that only hours after our I-Team investigation aired, it happened again. This time it happened at Miami International Airport.
This latest close call involved a twin engine turboprop and a Boeing 757. Sources tell the CBS4 I-Team that around 10 a.m. Tuesday, an American Eagle Airlines AT-72 made a wrong turn onto runway 26 L. At the same time the 757, operated by UPS, was being cleared for take off, doing 50 knots down the very same runway 26L–headed straight for the turboprop when air traffic controllers intervened and stopped both planes.