Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Charlie CristDeFede and the Democratic U.S. congressman discussed, among other things, January 6 one year later and the state’s COVID response.
Facing South Florida: The 2022 Legislative SessionJim DeFede looks ahead to the upcoming legislative session with Republican State Sen. Manny Diaz Jr.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Sheila Cherfilus-McCormickDeFede focused on her failure to file the required financial disclosure documents for a campaign in which she spent more than a million dollars of her own money.
Facing South Florida: Focusing On The Movement To End Gun ViolenceCBS4's Jim DeFede is shining the spotlight on the movement to end gun violence in America.
Facing South Florida: UTD President Karla Hernandez-Mats On Alberto Carvalho’s DepartureJim DeFede goes one-on-one with UTD President Karla Hernandez-Mats about Alberto Carvalho's decision to leave his superintendent position to head to L.A.
Facing South Florida: Remembering Former U.S. Rep. Carrie MeekJim DeFede devoted the entire half-hour to the life and legacy of former Congresswoman Carrie Meek. 
Facing South Florida: Interview With Miami Herald's Rick HirschCBS4' Eliott Rodriguez and Rick Hirsch, the longtime managing editor of the Miami Herald discuss his upcoming retirement after more than 40 years at the Herald.
Facing South Florida: Interview With Madeline Pumariega (Part 2)A lengthy conversation with Madeline Pumariega as she prepares for her investiture as President of Miami-Dade College.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Madeline PumariegaA lengthy conversation with Madeline Pumariega as she prepares for her investiture as President of Miami-Dade College.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Mayor Dan GelberJim DeFede and Mayor Dan Gelber discussed what’s next now that a majority of voters just decided that alcohol sales in the entertainment district should end at 2 a.m. instead of 5 a.m.
Facing South Florida: Cuba’s Fight for FreedomDespite warnings of incarceration, or worse, Cuban dissidents on the island are planning another round of massive protests on November 15, the same say COVID-related travel restrictions will be eased for visitors there.