Trial Begins For Former BTU Chief Accused Of Fraud & RacketeeringThe trial for Pat Santeramo, the former Broward Teachers Union President accused of fraud and racketeering, began Wednesday.
Pizzi Wins A Round In Mayoral FightMichael Pizzi was back in a court room Wednesday but a civil, not criminal court room.
Former Miami Lakes Mayor Pizzi Wants Job Back & Back PayOne day after the Florida Supreme court ordered that the suspension of Miami Lakes Mayor Michale Pizzi be revoked, his honor is fighting for his old job back.
Ex-Miami Cop Gives Testimony For British Convicted MurdererOn Wednesday, an ex-Miami cop continued his testimony in defense of a convicted British murderer who insists he was framed by police.
Judge Denies Former Homestead Mayor's Motion To Dismiss Charges A Miami-Dade judge has denied a motion to dismiss the charges against former Homestead Mayor Steve Bateman.
Miami Lakes: Suspended Mayor Not Welcome Back At WorkSuspended Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi said he plans to be at Town Hall Monday to take his office back.
North Miami Acting Mayor Addresses Tondreau's SuspensionThe acting mayor of North Miami said it will be business as usual in the city despite the suspension Mayor Lucie Tondreau who was indicted Tuesday as part of a mortgage fraud investigation.
Suspended Miami Lakes Mayor Vows Vindication The suspended Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi said he is innocent and said he would vindicate himself in federal court and become mayor again.
Santeramo Released From Jail On BondFormer Broward Teachers Union president Pat Santeramo was released from jail shortly after 4 p.m. Friday following a late Thursday night decision from a Broward County judge.
Bond Approved For Former BTU Chief Pat SanteramoFormer Broward Teachers Union president Pat Santeramo remains behind bars in Ft. Lauderdale after another bond hearing concluded Thursday afternoon.
Little-Known Campaign Loophole Benefits RiveraDuring his years in the state Legislature, David Rivera collected tens of thousands, and possibly hundreds of thousands, of dollars in unreported donations from lobbyists and corporations, CBS4 News has learned.
Anti-Semitism Rising In FloridaThe number of anti-Semitic incidents in South Florida is on the upswing, according to a new audit released by the Anti-Defamation League. The group said it’s seen more than a 25 percent increase when it tracked cases against Jews in 2010.