(Source: Platinum Properties)

Eye-Popping $25 Million Miami Beach Condo Sale Sets Record

Remember the real estate disaster that has throttled Miami-Dade’s economic recovery? We may be seeing the end, at least when it comes to properties for the super rich. The sale of a 3 story South Beach penthouse hit$25 million, the most expensive condo ever sold in Miami-Dade county.


(Source: CBS)

More Rain Drenches Soggy South Florida

The morning commute was a soggy mess Monday as an annoying persistent low pressure system continued to pump rain into South Florida, drenching Miami-Dade with record rainfall Sunday, sparking a flood watch Monday, and rocking the Keys with thunderstorms. Forecasters say don’t look for change today.



Stores, Record Lovers Rejoice In National Record Store Day

Record lovers and stores across South Florida are reveling on national Record Store Day Saturday, the day when record stores celebrate their existence and offer exclusive and special-edition vinyl albums for sale.


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Ex-Con Civil Rights Changed By Clemency Board

The Florida clemency board and Governor Rick Scott approved changes to the rules governing nonviolent offenders that will now prevent them from automatically getting their civil rights restored after serving their prison sentence.


Lake Okeechobee drought 2011. (AP Photo/J. Pat Carter, File)

Lack Of Rain Breaks 80-Year Record

The driest spell in nearly 80 years comes to a close for 16 counties in The Sunshine State.


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Coldest December Ever In South Florida

If you thought it was especially cold in December, it’s not just your imagine. The facts prove it, according to the National Weather Service, which announce Saturday that December 2010 set a record as the coldest December ever From Ft. Lauderdale to Key West.


I-Team: Statewide Daycare Database Hailed By DCF

If you’re poor or a minority, your children have nearly twice the likelihood of attending a daycare with a questionable safety record. That’s the result of a ground-breaking, first-of-its-kind investigation by the CBS4 I-Team. It’s something not even the state of Florida has ever done. And I-Team Investigator Stephen Stock says it could change the way daycare is delivered for millions of children.