Programming Note: Due to Dolphins preseason football on CBS4, "The Big Bang Theory", "Mom", "Big Brother", and "Under the Dome" will air on our sister station, WBFS, myTV33 (Cable 3 or HD436).


Several fish were found dead in a canal after workers allegedly dumped substances in the water. (Source: RJ Peck)

Plantation Resident: Workers Dumped Substance In Canal, Killing Fish

A Plantation resident is blaming a pool company for polluting a canal behind his home and killing dozens of fish.


(Source: Dan Vazquez, American Airlines passenger) - A view of the collapsed scaffolding in a photo taken by an American Airlines passenger

Two Workers Hurt In MIA Scaffolding Collapse

Two employees of a Coral Gables glass company were hospitalized after scaffolding they were using fell as they worked at a Miami International Airport gate.


Courtroom Generic Gavel

Judge Strikes Down 3% Pension Requirement For State Workers

A state judge has struck down a new law that required public employees to contribute 3-percent of their income to their retirement pensions.


(Source: CBS4)

Just 3.6% Of Workers Use Public Transit In S. Fla.

If you’ve ever been stuck on the Palmetto or tangled in traffic on the Turnpike, then it may surprise you that the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area has the most commuters by public transit of any city in the Sunshine State.


Several people were taken to the hospital after a fuel spill in a hanger at MIA Wednesday afternoon. (CBS4)

4 Taken To Hospital After MIA Jet Fuel Spill

Four workers at Miami International Airport were taken to the hospital after being exposed to jet fuel in a hanger Wednesday afternoon.



New Hotel In Bal Harbour Holds Job Fair

Job seekers may be able to find some relief at a job fair at the St. Regis Bal Harbour on Thursday.


(Source: CBS4)

CBS4 Investigates: Jobless Need Not Apply

Conventional wisdom dictates that it is easier to find a job when you already have a job. Now there is increasing proof that companies are openly telling the jobless that they need not apply.



Florida Unemployment Dips In October

The state of Florida’s jobless rate remains well above the national average, but did decline by 0.3 percent in October to a monthly average of 10.3 percent.



Fla. Unemployment Rate Stagnates In August

Unemployment remains stagnated in double digits some eight months after Governor Rick Scott pledged to get Florida workers back on the job.


(Source: CBS4)

FL Finds Success In Paying Companies To Hire Workers

Jerold Nelson was hard at work Thursday at his new job at Interactive Blue Communications (IBC), a small design and consulting firm in Miami-Dade. The 51 year-old husband and father landed the job after ten months of unemployment and a seemingly hopeless outlook.