Focus On Surveillance Video During Facebook Murder TrialSurveillance video was the focus in day 5 of the murder trial of Derek Medina.
A Focus On Forensics In Day 2 Of "Facebook Killer" TrialTrial concluded for the day, on Thursday, for the South Miami man dubbed the 'Facebook Killer'.
Last Call For Fox's Sherron InnIt is last call at a South Florida landmark lounge closing its doors Friday night for the last time after nearly 70 years in business.
"Facebook Killer" Booted From Own Court HearingThe so-called ‘Facebook killer,’ after several outbursts in court Wednesday, ended up being forced to leave.
Top Gift Shops For Mother's Day In South FloridaGift shopping for Mother's Day was never more fun or glamorous.
Volunteers Pitch In To Help Renovate Veteran's HomeThe South Miami home of an army veteran received a much-needed improvement Tuesday—all at no cost for the 85-year-old.
Safety Alert As Truck Burglars Are Captured On SurveillanceA victim spoke out as new surveillance tape shows two criminals stealing $4,000 worth of items from his unlocked truck and police said it shows an alarming trend: young criminals looking for unlocked vehicles they can break in to in the middle of the night.
Police Looking For Armed CarjackerPolice are investigating an armed robbery and carjacking that happened in the back parking lot of a restaurant.
Critics: Turkey Point Sucking Us DryThe Turkey Point nuclear power plant was busy splitting atoms by Biscayne Bay Wednesday, and just down the street a Nuclear Regulatory Commission appeals Board was hearing a challenge to the cooling system at Turkey point.
Accused Jewelry Thief Arrested Four Other Times Since 1994New details are surfacing about an accused jewelry thief who CBS4 News has profiled in a series of exclusive reports.
Exclusive: Woman Accused Of Stealing Pricey Pieces In CustodyA woman accused of stealing some pricey pieces from a South Miami jewelry store is in custody, according to South Miami Police.
Locals React To Terrorist Attack In ParisA tragic scene unfolded in Paris Wednesday when three gunmen opened fire at Charlie Hebdo, a satirical weekly newspaper, killing 12 people.