Miami Police Looking For Robber Who Posed As Flower Delivery Man Miami Police are looking for a crook who took advantage of the Valentine’s Day celebration to pull off a frightening armed robbery.
Miami Man Arrested For Deserting U.S. Army A Miami man was arrested earlier this week after the U.S. Army accused him of deserting.
Criminals Targeting Grandparents Again Crime is nothing new, but new technology is making it easier for criminals to target the elderly and exploit the love they have for their grandchildren.
Dolfan To Judge: I Didn't Steal This JerseyTwo men who appeared before a bond court judge Monday morning walked up to the judge sporting Dolphins jerseys.
Rape Victim Confronts Alleged Attacker In Miami CourtroomA rape victim sat in a courtroom Tuesday afternoon and recounted the terrifying acts that had occurred to her more than three years ago.
Brothel Bust Nets Seven Arrests In HomesteadFor allegedly trafficking women for the purposes of prostitution, seven people have been arrested and faced a judge Friday.
Police: Rider Swung Belt At Bus Driver, Failed To Pay Fare For failing to pay a $2 bus fare and allegedly swinging his belt at a bus driver, an 18-year-old now faces a $5,000 bond and a battery charge.
I-Team: Massive Tax Refund Fraud ExposedA CBS4 I-Team investigation spent six months tracking how much money thieves steal from taxpayers through tax refund fraud. The total amount might astound you.
Ex-Con Civil Rights Changed By Clemency BoardThe Florida clemency board and Governor Rick Scott approved changes to the rules governing nonviolent offenders that will now prevent them from automatically getting their civil rights restored after serving their prison sentence.
Widow Allowed To Post Bond In Murder CaseA judge allows a widow to post bond after being charged for first-degree murder.
Jim Leyritz DUI Case Goes To The JuryClosing arguments wrapped up Thursday and the judge charged the jury late in the evening in the DUI manslaughter trial of former major league baseball player Jim Leyritz.