Peter D’Oench is a reporter for CBS4 News. He came to CBS4 from WKRN in Nashville.
D’Oench was an award-winning member of the WPLG News Team as a reporter from 1989 – 2004. In addition, he was a producer for news, special projects and the station’s Problem Solvers franchise from 2004–2007.
Prior to joining WPLG, he was an anchor/reporter with WTNH, New Haven (1984 – 1989); a reporter for WFTV, Orlando (1983 – 1984); a reporter and morning anchor with WCBS, New York City (1982 – 1983); a reporter for WSVN, Miami (1978 – 1982) and a reporter for KAMR, Amarillo, Texas (1977 – 1978).
D’Oench is the recipient of a number of prestigious honors and awards, including a Silver Circle and five Sunshine State Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, a pair of awards from the Sigma Delta Chi honor society, a special citation from Mothers Against Drunk Driving, an Excellence in Reporting commendation from the New York City Overseas Press Club, a special citation from the Miami-Dade County PTA and a special commendation from Florida Governor Bob Graham.
Miami Gardens police have arrested a teen in connection to an apartment fire.
The search for a home invasion suspect in South Miami has police headed upstate.
A 29-year-old Kendall woman says she was assaulted early Friday by a groper while she was jogging.
Miami police are investigating a string of paintball attacks across the city.
A pastor is speaking out after her 17-year-old grandson is shot in a drive-by, expressing concern about other shootings this summer that have injured and claimed other victims.
Senator Bill Nelson and Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz toured the Homestead facility, housing immigrant children.
Walgreens is taking action after two women claim they were the victims of racial profiling at a Miramar store where an employee wrongly believed that they were shoplifting.
The 7-minute video obtained by CBS4 shows the man being relentless as he repeatedly insults officers and swears at them.
A student at Coral Gables Senior High is under arrest for making a threat against the school which turned out to be a hoax, according to Miami-Dade School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho.
No charges will be filed against a Miami-Dade Police officer who shot and killed a suspect last August.