Coronavirus: Florida Deploys Field Hospitals To Broward & Two Other CitiesFlorida health officials are deploying a field hospital to Broward County, which has 80 cases of coronavirus, more than a quarter of the state's confirmed cases.
Some Broward Cities Band Together To Keep UberFollowing fights, fines and new regulations with Broward County commissioners, popular ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft decided it wasn’t worth it. They’re pulling out of the county at the end of the month.
Miami-Dade Commissioners To Vote On Max Tax Rate TuesdayAs Miami-Dade commissioners prepare to vote on the maximum tax rate Tuesday, Mayor Carlos Gimenez stressed his proposed budget as a "worst-case scenario" for the county.
Man Driving Wrong Way Causes Fatal Highway Crash An elderly man driving southbound in a northbound highway lane crashed into another car, killing himself and the other driver in Hamilton, County. The accident just before midnight Friday created a five car pileup involving a Greyhound bus on route to Atlanta from Tampa. Some 13 passengers were treated for minor injuries.
Complaint: Broward Pre-K Providers Discriminate Against Diabetic KidsAre Prekindergarten programs in Broward County violating federal law by refusing to accept children with diabetes?
Gimenez Says County Optimistic In State Of County AddressMiami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez said he is optimistic the county is improving as it battles back from the Great Recession.
Miami-Dade Commission Approves $5M For Arsht Center RepairsMiami-Dade Commissioners approved a $5 million payout to make the necessary repairs to the Adrienne Arsht center after it suffered major damage during a May deluge.
Broward County Shelter And Evacuation InformationBroward County has designated 14 hurricane shelter locations and a pet-friendly shelter for residents in evacuation zones.
County Government's New Top Manager Largely UnknownIn one of his final acts as mayor, Carlos Alvarez made history Wednesday, appointing the first woman ever to serve as county manager
I-Team: FEMA Flooding ControversyLater this year, in September, the Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA is scheduled to begin revamping its flood maps for residents in Broward County. The CBS4 I-Team spent four months taking an in-depth look at those maps and the system for determining who pays and who doesn't.
Florida Foreclosures Stay High In 2010The Sunshine State continues to be among the worst states in the nation when it comes to foreclosures.
Jackson's Roldan Talks Turkey About Stepping DownLess than a week after announcing that she would step down as the Chief Executive of Jackson Memorial Hospital, Eneida Roldan spent the morning handing out turkeys and other goodies to hospital employees.
I-Team: M-D Commission "Carrying Over" Controversy It was a normal, typical meeting on January 22, 2009, at the Miami-Dade Commission chambers. But during one of the votes that day, commissioners voted 12 to zero with one absence, to approve an adjusted budget that carried wide implications for citizens. What does that mean, and why should you care?
I-Team: You Pay, Miami-Dade Commission SpendsAs the slumping economy drives most people to cut costs, the CBS 4 I-Team learned lawmakers aren't doing the same with your tax dollars. Here's what the CBS4 I-Team Investigator Stephen Stock found after pulling the Miami-Dade county budget for the past three years.