Former Florida Candidate Admits Lying About Operating On Pulse Nightclub Shooting SurvivorsA state Department of Health report released last week shows Catherine "Elizabeth" McCarthy told an investigator that she knew what she did was wrong.
Grand Jury: Florida Schools, Police Bickering Over SecuritySchool safety has been a hot button issue in Florida since the deadly shooting in Parkland.
The Homestead Letters: A CBS Miami Short Film On Miami-Dade Students Campaign To Support Migrant Children Detained In HomesteadCBS4 produces a short film about an effort by Miami-Dade students to write letters to the children who have been separated from their families and being held at the Homestead Detention Center.
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Dies In South FloridaRetired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has died in South Florida.
Florida's Smaller Counties Worried About Medicaid ExpansionSome of Florida’s smaller and poorer counties are worried that expanding Medicaid access to low-income childless adults could force them to raise property taxes.
Unaccompanied Minors From Southern Border No Longer Being Sent To Homestead FacilityThe US Department of Health and Human Services confirmed to CBS4 News Monday night that unaccompanied children from the southern border will no longer be sent to the facility in South Miami-Dade.
Broward Site Makes EPA ‘Immediate Attention’ Superfund ListA 3-acre site in southern Broward County is one of three sites added to a federal Superfund “Administrator’s Emphasis List” for “immediate attention and action.”
Couple's Argument Leads To Fatal Shooting In DoralA man is charged with second-degree murder after a fight ended in gunfire in Doral.
Major ICE Raids Didn't Materialize Over Weekend, Officials Say Operation Still OnImmigrant rights advocates across the United States say they've seen few signs of the ICE raids that Trump administration officials had warned would begin Sunday.
Florida Judge Weighs Challenge By Democrats To Order Of Candidates On BallotFlorida Democrats are seeking to do away with a decades-old law that requires candidates who are of the same party as the governor to appear first on the ballot.
Florida Lawmakers Applaud Labor Secretary Acosta's ResignationFlorida lawmakers are weighing in on the resignation Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta over his handling of the Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse case a decade ago.