Man Charged In Pepper Spray Death Asks For BondOne of the men charged in a pepper spraying death at a truck stop last month went before a Broward Judge Thursday afternoon hoping to be given bond.
Scott Pledging $2 Million For Teacher TrainingGovernor Rick Scott vowed Thursday to add $2 million for a professional grant program that will help train teachers.
Neighbors 4 Neighbors Receives Big Financial Boost From The Miami FoundationSixty two local non-profit organizations got a big boost from The Miami Foundation’s Community Grants initiative. The Foundation awarded one million dollars in funds and Neighbors 4 Neighbors was one of the lucky recipients.
CBS4 Investigates: Electric Cars Could Be Stalled By Paperwork Hundreds of thousands of our tax dollars are being spent to get South Florida ready for electric cars. But as CBS4 Chief Consumer Investigator Al Sunshine discovered, the only thing we may be getting for that investment may be a lot of paperwork.
Florida Files Race To The Top ApplicationFlorida has filed its nearly 300-page Race to the Top application for a $100 million early learning grant designed to improve its voluntary pre-kindergarten program.
Three Grants To Help Kids With Cancer In Broward, DadeBroward Hyundai dealers joined with the Hyundai Hope on Wheels program Monday to announce $100 thousand grants to three South Florida pediatric cancer programs, part of 71 grants announced nationwide worth more than $7 million.
USDA Grants Disaster Aid To Miami-Dade FarmersThe U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Miami-Dade County a primary natural disaster area following severe weather that caused an estimated $51 million in crop damage in the county.
S Miami Wants A $1.2M PoolIt appears that South Miami commissioners are about to approve plans for a $1.2 million pool at Murray Park. CBS4's news partner The Miami Herald is reporting that official will soon choose a company to construct the pool before the city loses county grant money for missing project deadlines.