Kendall Hit-And-Run Crash Suspect Makes First Court AppearanceA reckless driver talked over a judge in court Sunday morning trying to explain the heap of trouble he got into on Friday.
Mail Bomb Suspect Set To Appear In Federal Court MondayThe man who allegedly sent pipe bombs through the mail to prominent Democrats and critics of President Donald Trump is set to appear in federal court Monday afternoon.
Gov. Rick Scott's Battle Over Finances Heads To Appeals CourtA long-running battle over whether Gov. Rick Scott is following the state's financial disclosure laws is going before an appeals court.
Jury May Soon Hear From Cosby, Even If He Doesn't Take The Stand The jury may soon hear from Bill Cosby after hearing seven hours of testimony from a woman who claims Cosby drugged her and assaulted her. The catch is Cosby might not take the stand.
2 White Men, White Woman Are 1st Picks For Bill Cosby Jury Two white men and one white woman will be part of the jury that will decide Bill Cosby's fate in his sexual assault trial.
‘Don’t Do It Daddy!’: Ex-Wife Of Veteran Says Child Begged Him Not To Shoot Her The horrified ex-wife of a retired Air Force major who shot her in front of their 4-year-old son relived the incident in court.
Man Accused Of Shooting At Cows Along Florida TurnpikeA man is accused of shooting at cows while driving along Florida's Turnpike.
Cosby Lawyers Say Comedian Is Too Blind To Defend HimselfBill Cosby returned to court Wednesday to hear a judge's ruling on whether to allow damaging testimony from a decade-old lawsuit to be used in his June sex assault trial.
Bond In Question For Teen Accused In Rabbi DeathThe teen accused of shooting and killing a rabbi made an appearance in court today to determine if a judge will release him on bond while he awaits trial.
Family Wants Death Penalty For Gunman In Gables' Jogger MurderThe wife and son of a Coral Gables man killed in while jogging, testified at the sentencing of the man who did it.
Appeals Court Weighs Workers Comp LawA South Florida appeals court Monday heard arguments in a challenge to the constitutionality of the state's workers-compensation insurance system --- as two other closely watched challenges also await rulings at the Florida Supreme Court.
Court: Don't Blame High Heels For Slip & FallAn appeals court on Friday overturned a judge's ruling that a woman was partially at fault after slipping and falling at work while wearing high heels.
CBS4 Investigates: Condo Cash Mystery Pt. 2When the housing bubble burst, dozens of condo associations faced huge losses of income due to delinquent owners. The answer for dozens of associations became a court appointed receiver who would be in charge of rescuing distressed units and bringing in money to the association. But as Eliott Rodriguez and CBS4 Investigates discovered, critics say the solution has become a twisted problem that is currently unfolding in front of local judges.
Fmr. BSO Deputy Guilty Of Battery During Road Rage Incident A jury has convicted a former Broward Sheriff's deputy of battery stemming from a road rage incident.
Suspended Homestead Mayor Goes To TrialSuspended Homestead mayor, Steven Batemen, is heading to trial one year after being arrested for corruption charges.