A measure which would have given parents a voice in how to turn around a failing school has failed again in the Senate.
The so called “Dream Act” bill in the Senate which would have granted in-state tuition to Florida high school students who are U.S. citizens but whose parents are in the country illegally is nothing more than a dream.
Tired of having to cough your way through a knot of smoking city workers as you try to get through the door of city hall? The Florida Legislature may clear the air for you, moving forward a bill that could eliminate the smokers huddled at the door of government buildings.
A massive project designed to make Miami residents healthier is gaining ground and CBS4 is proud to be a part of the push for a healthier Miami.
From healthy vending machines in senior high schools and parks to increasing the number of bike lanes and racks in cities throughout Miami-Dade, an initiative which presents healthy options in an effort to prevent and reduce illness from obesity is gaining ground.
Crews are continuing their work to repair a water main break in southwest Miami-Dade that flooded homes and put animals at risk.
A bill that would repeal the law which allows city’s to use cameras at intersections to catch red light runners has narrowly passed in the Florida House.
Automated red-light cameras are getting the stop sign in both house of the Florida Legislature, as the Senate Transportation Committee voted 4-2 Tuesday to repeal the state law allowing the cameras.
Jumping on the ‘red light’ camera band wagon, the City of Doral will begin taking photos of red light runners next month as part of a new “Save A Life” program – a program which some say is merely another way to generate extra revenue for the city.
One state senator wants to remove all red light cameras from state roads by July under a new bill, according to the News Service of Florida.