Axed After Flawed Palm Beach Voter Registration, Firm Flubbed In M-DA vendor fired by the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) for submitting questionable voter registration forms in Palm Beach County also filed flawed applications in Miami-Dade and at least seven other counties.
EXCLUSIVE: Photos Reveal The Real Pedro Bravo CBS4 news recently obtained new photographs of the suspect in the case of the missing University of Florida student.
Local Musician Offering Reward For Stolen EquipmentA local musician is trying to get his livelihood back after his equipment was stolen. The theft happened at a South Florida gas station and now the popular musician is asking for the community's help.
Long Lines For Apple's iPhone 5 In S. Fla, Across The WorldThe iPhone 5 frenzy is reaching a fevered pitch Friday as Apple fans jam stores across South Florida and around the world to pick up the tech juggernaut's latest iPhone.
Lincoln Road's Dog Friendly Atmosphere Revisited After Waitress Is MauledA South Beach waitress is recovering after a dog attacked her on Labor Day weekend. She received 300 stitches, according to an Animal Services report first obtained by CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald.
Gov. Scott On His Decision To Cancel RNC Appearances Due To IsaacGovernor Rick Scott canceled his appearances at Republican National Convention events for Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday because he was focusing on Florida's response to Tropical Storm Isaac. The Governor also canceled his big speech at the RNC. He spoke with CBS4's Gio Benitez about that decision.
Florida's First Openly Gay Legislator Elected In Miami-DadeDavid Richardson has become Florida's first openly gay Florida legislator.
Fernandez Rundle In Political Battle For LifeKatherine Fernandez Rundle wants voters to re-elect her as Miami-Dade's State Attorney. After heading up the fourth largest State Attorney's Office in the nation, she's got a major challenger at the polls.
The Race For Miami-Dade Commission District 1In what could be their final television interviews before Election Day, Barbara Jordan and Shirley Gibson both spoke to CBS4’S Gio Benitez and had messages for voters who will go to the polls and pick one of them to represent Miami-Dade's District 1 for the next four years.
Young Miami Girl Saves Cousin From AbductionA man is accused of trying to kidnap a 4-year-old boy, but another child came to the rescue.
Miami Man's Brother Among Victims In Movie Theater MassacreFor one South Florida man, news of Friday morning's shooting was especially frightening. Some of his loved ones were inside theater number nine.