Former CBS4 web producer Kimberley Chapin died over the weekend, according to her family, the result of an apparent epileptic seizure. She was 27 years old.
A closer look at a 2-year audit of the Broward Teacher’s Union finances reveals an organization with little financial oversight, a glaring lack of transparency and eye-popping amounts paid to leadership and a construction company […]
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It you were not one of the lucky few to snap up tickets to the South Florida All Star Classic game Saturday, featuring Miami’s big 3 and a host of other NBA greats, you’re not out of luck. MyTV33, CBSMiami have struck a deal to show the game live on television and online, making it available anywhere in the world.
The best directions to WFOR/WBFS will come from your own GPS. Because of extensive construction in the area between Doral and the City of Miami, including the Miami International Airport, instructions are likely to change […]
The city manager of Lauderdale Lakes answered some tough questions from the state Inspector General in the Governor’s Office regarding the city’s financial crisis. In a letter from Anita Fain Taylor to Kim Mills, Director […]
Dozens of South Florida golfers teed off Saturday morning to support a worthy cause — the Florida United Methodist Children’s Home. I took part — as a celebrity golfer (or in my case, hacker) — […]
Since the hiring of Miriam Oliphant — and her salary — became public, critics of the Broward County School Board reacted forcefully. They might be disappointed to learn that the investigation into her hiring is closed. […]
Changes in the lineup for the anchors for CBS4 News broadcasts were announced Monday afternoon. “These new assignments will maximize the strengths of each of our anchors,” CBS4 Vice President/General Manager Adam Levy said.
The “Oxy Express” might be getting ready to close. A major hurdle was cleared today that will allow the Florida Department of Health to move forward with a long-awaited prescription drug monitoring program. Supporters believe […]
Florida Governor Rick Scott is making public the salary of every employee of the state of Florida as well as the pension amounts of those annually earning more than $100,000 from the state retirement system. […]