Atty Gen. Bondi Activates Price Gouging HotlineShe urges Floridians to report any suspected price gouging during this declared State of Emergency.
Rubio Senate Campaign Admits Violations, Pays FineFlorida US Senator Marco Rubio has had his hand slapped by the Federal Election Commission for accepting what the FEC said almost a quarter million dollars in improper contributions during the campaign that put him in the Senate.
State Attorney Formally Closes Finance Investigation Against David RiveraCongressman David Rivera is in the clear when it comes to accusations from the State Attorney's Office that he violated campaign finance laws.
Little Havana Charter School Principal Accused Of FCAT TamperingA Little Havana charter school principal is under investigation after school officials say he tampered with Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test booklets.
BSO Disciplines Deputy Seen Using Work Truck At DumpThe Broward Sheriff's Office has handed down disciplinary action to a deputy who was seen using his work truck to haul his personal items to a South Miami-Dade dump.
Exclusive: BSO Deputy Seen Using Work Truck At Dade DumpThe big, king cab pick-up truck with Broward Sheriff's Office logos and blue emergency lights on top backed into the neighborhood garbage dump and a man began to unload household junk.
Davie Officials May Cancel Red-Light Camera ContractIt could be lights out for red light cameras in Davie. That’s because town leaders want a formal vote on cancelling the camera contract at next Wednesday's council meeting.
Redland Homeowner Gears Up For A Pot Bellied Pig Fight A woman in Redland has received a fine for her pet pigs and county officials say she'll continue to rack them up until she agrees to let the animals go.
Coral Gables To Enforce Pick-Up Truck BanStarting this month, the city of Coral Gables will issue warning notices to owners of pickup trucks who do not park their trucks inside their garages at night.
Miami's Food Trucks Hit The Brakes Over Permit IssuesThe nationwide food truck craze has created quite a following in Miami, but the exposure may have ultimately shut them down.
FL Officials Seek To Stop "Do Not Call" ViolatorsFlorida Regulators are going after companies who they say are violating the state's "Do Not Call" telephone solicitation law.
I-Team: How Safe Is Your Day Care, Part 2Captured by the lens of a CBS4 News undeocover camera, a day care worker at Naranja Prep Academy in Homestead turned her back to chat with a man outside the playground fence. Undercover pictures showed a small boy as he tried to jump, then as he falls nearly six feet to the ground off the top of a jungle--gym. It is an event that goes unnoticed to everyone but the I-Team.