Miami-Dade County Tests Voting MachinesThe Miami-Dade Election Department began testing voting and tabulation machines Wednesday, a requirement elections offices across the state must do by law.
Mayors Suarez, Gelber & Gimenez AKA 'The Three Amigos' Make DNC PitchCould the 2020 Democratic National Convention be headed to Miami? It looks like Miami-Dade has a good chance.
Obscene, Offensive Graffiti Continues To Be An Issue For Abandoned Miami Gardens HospitalUnder the cover of darkness, you may miss it.
South Florida Mayors Hoping To Bring 2020 Democratic National Convention To MiamiWhile most politicians are campaigning for this year’s mid-term elections, several South Florida mayors are launching a campaign for 2020.
Parent Of Parkland Victim Agrees With DeVos: "We Should Be Focusing On School Safety First"The Federal School Safety commission set up after the deadly shooting in Parkland will not be looking at the role of guns in school violence.
Hurricane Damage Inspectors Explain Storm Preps That Work & Some That Don'tAs we prepare for this hurricane season, there are lessons we can learn from last season.
Parent Of Parkland Victim Outraged Over Former Deputy's "Pity Party"The former sheriff’s deputy tasked with protecting students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High is speaking out & some parents are very upset.
'It's Haunting': Former Deputy On Marjory Stoneman Douglas MassacreNearly four months after the Valentine's Day mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, the former sheriff's deputy tasked with protecting those students is speaking out.
A Look Back At Hurricane Irma And It's Impact In The Florida KeysA year ago, South Florida was dealing with Hurricane Irma and its aftermath. Flooding, power outages, and mass amounts of people fleeing the path of the storm. Many of those who left were evacuated from the Florida Keys where recovery is a slow going process.
Mentoring Matters: Jewish Community Services 2-1-1 HelplineToday we are going to take you behind the scenes of a place where volunteers are dedicated to helping no matter the day or time. And as CBS4’s David Sutta shows us, there is one woman, in particular, making an incredible impact.
Mentoring Matters: Kittyhawk Project Helps Students Take OffYou could call it flying but these 7th graders in the Adrienne Arsht Center's Kittyhawk program spend much of their time crashing.
Coral Gables Police Chief Reprimanded For Actions Stemming From Pool Party PhotoA photo of Coral Gables Police officers at a pool party has landed the city’s top cop in hot water.