Dade Students Honored For Doing The Right ThingTen Miami-Dade County students were honored Tuesday for overcoming adversity and doing the right thing.
Miami's Yearby, FSU's Cook Ex-Teammates Now RivalsIt’s not uncommon for football players to become close with teammates only to find themselves playing against each other down the road.
Arby's Employee Says Unfortunate Joke Not Denial Of Service To OfficerA South Florida police union is calling for a national boycott of Arby's after police say an officer was denied service. But the employee catching heat says it was an unfortunate joke.
Hit And Run Crashes Rising Across South FloridaFlorida has experienced an alarming increase in the number of fatal hit and run crashes during the last two years--and Miami-Dade County is leading the surge of these deadly accidents.
Exclusive: New Video Shows Alarming Trend Of Victims Targeted At MallsNew surveillance tape shows a crime that authorities say is happening all around South Florida: victims who are targeted and followed after buying items at shopping malls.
Mayor Gimenez: Tropical Park "Unsuitable" For Relocation Of Youth FairThe Miami-Dade County Youth Fair is looking for a new home—but it won’t be moving to Tropical Park.
Dade Schools Police Hold Drill In Wake Of Bus HijackingIt looked like chaos on a Miami-Dade County School bus Tuesday morning but it was only a drill.
Gables Nativity Scene Vandalized, Baby Jesus StolenCoral Gables Police got a not so great holiday surprise when they responded to a vandalized nativity scene Wednesday morning.
Voters Give Approval To FIU ExpansionVoters gave the go ahead to the expansion of Florida International University onto the Miami-Dade County Youth Fairgrounds.
Exclusive: Survivor Of MacArthur Causeway Crash Speaks Out A 46-year-old man who survived a horrific crash on the MacArthur Causeway after police say his vehicle was struck by a speeding drunk driver is speaking about the accident for the first time, saying “I am alive because God gave me another chance.”
Search Warrants Shed New Light On Officer's DeathCBS4 News has uncovered more search warrants that shed new light on the investigation into the death of a Miami police officer Carl Patrick.
Bill That Would Allow Teachers To Carry Guns Gains Traction In LegislatureA controversial gun bill gaining traction in the Florida legislature isn't garnering much support in South Florida education circles.
Lethal Injection Cocktail Debate Headed Back to Florida SupremesThe debate about the state’s current cocktail for lethal injections is headed back to the Florida Supreme Court, after a lower court judge ruled the drugs now being used would not violate a convicted murderer's rights.
Exclusive: Buried Clues Surface In Death Of Dade's Last Elected SheriffDade County Sheriff Talmadge A. Buchanan is most famous for being the last elected Sheriff of Dade County. When he died 37-years ago, authorities claimed he was drunk, stumbled into a dark street, wearing dark clothing and was hit by an oncoming car.
Dade Commissioner Hosts Back-To-School Event With the upcoming school year just around the corner, it can be hectic trying to gather supplies. So Miami-Dade Commissioner Jean Monestime has decided to give parents in his district a helping hand with a free Back-To-School event on Sunday.