Sweetwater’s Mayor Pointing Fingers As Residents Continue Fight To Have Him RecalledThe mayor of Sweetwater is pointing fingers as residents continue their fight to try to kick him out of office.
Sweetwater Cop Relieved Of Duty For 2nd Time Over Criminal Investigation Just days after being reinstated as a Sweetwater cop, the city's police chief relieved Sgt. Rafael Castro of duty.
Recall Effort Underway For Sweetwater's MayorA recall effort is underway in the city of Sweetwater to kick the mayor out of office.
CBS4 Investigates: Sweetwater Detective Charged; Sgt. Relieved Of DutyCourt documents filed late last month reveal Sweetwater police detective Octavio Oliu has been charged with misconduct, organized scheme to defraud, racketeering and conspiracy to commit racketeering.
Son Turns Himself In To Police After Sweetwater Mother's MurderThe son of a woman found murdered in Sweetwater has been arrested and now her nephew is speaking out in an exclusive interview.
Sweetwater Family Searching For Answers After Woman Found DeadA Sweetwater family is still in shock after tragedy struck late last week.
Ex-Sweetwater Mayor To Serve Out Remainder Of Sentence In MiamiA former local politician is back in South Florida today after serving two and a half years in prison.
Lawsuit Filed Over Sweetwater Land DealA lawsuit has been filed against the City of Sweetwater claiming the pending sale of two acres of land is illegal, because voters never got a say in the matter.
Sweetwater Cop Suspended Over Red Light LieA red light lie leads to an arrest for a Sweetwater police officer.
Firefighters Find Cause Of Gas Leak That Sickened DozensFirefighters say they know what caused a gas leak that sickened dozens in a South Florida business.
Dozens Sickened Over Carbon Monoxide Gas LeakInvestigators are trying to find out what is causing a gas leak that sickened dozens of employees in a Sweetwater building.
Sweetwater Police Property Room Closed After FDLE AuditWhen Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigators came to Sweetwater earlier this summer, the mayor thought they would be there for three, maybe four days.