Thanksgiving Day

This photograph released 16 April 2001 by Columbia University in New York and taken by Alan Diaz of the Associated Press, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography. The photo shows Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez and Donato Dalrymple (R) in a bedroom closet as federal agents enter the Miami home of Elian's relatives and was taken 22 April 2000.  (Photo credit: ALAN DIAZ/AFP/Getty Images)

15 Years After The Elian Gonzalez Federal Raid

It was 15 years ago when the battle over Elian Gonzalez set off an international custody battle–and South Florida was smack in the middle of it.

04/22/2015

James Herard (Source: BSO)

Man Gets Death Penalty In Dunkin’ Donuts Murder Case

A judge on Friday sentenced a man to death after being convicted of first degree murder.

01/23/2015

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CBS4 Investigates: No Criminal Charges For A Death In Paradise

A Monroe County Grand Jury ruled Wednesday that a group of Key West police officers did nothing wrong during a Thanksgiving Day encounter which left a retired auto worker dead.

08/27/2014

James Herard at his sentencing hearing on June 3, 2014. (Source: CBS4)

Jury Recommends Death In ‘Dunkin Donuts’ Murder Case

The jury in the case of a Lauderhill man who was convicted of murder and robbery began deliberating his sentence Wednesday afternoon.

06/04/2014

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Those Working On Thanksgiving Accept The Duty

Most of us will have a Rockwellian Thanksgiving at the table, surrounded by friends and family. But the dinner bell won’t “toll” for some.

CBS4–11/22/2012

Economy Retail Sales

Your Guide To Black Friday

Black Friday is almost upon us! Look over this guide for this year’s deals.

CBS4–11/23/2011

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Early Hours Prompting Black Friday Backlash

The annual rite of passage into the Christmas season, Black Friday, is looking more and more like Black Thursday as stores continue to open earlier and earlier to try to land all of the bargain shoppers.

CBS4–11/16/2011