Florida Judge Must Decide Whether To Delay Map Fix A Florida judge is holding a hearing Thursday to decide when the state’s congressional districts will be redrawn.
Voting Groups Can Use GOP Operative's Documents In LawsuitOverturning an appellate court ruling, the Florida Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered a Tallahassee judge to allow a GOP consultant's documents to be considered in a trial about the Legislature's 2012 redistricting effort, a move one justice called "unprecedented."
Apple Apologizes For Faulty Map AppApple, Inc has made billions of dollars off groundbreaking new products, but one of Apple’s newest products has prompted an apology from the company’s chief executive officer, Tim Cook.
Lawsuits Filed By Democrats Over RedistrictingThe bill hasn’t even been signed by Governor Rick Scott yet, but lawsuits have already been filed over the legislature’s once-a-decade redistricting maps.
I-Team: FEMA Flood Maps Flunk Accuracy TestFEMA reversed itself on who is and who is not in a flood zone, in parts of Miami-Dade and Broward counties. The "about face" comes after CBS4 I-Team Reporter Stephen Stock exposed inaccurate FEMA flood maps.
Living High On A Hill: FEMA's Elevation ProblemThe CBS4 I-Team has discovered that thousands of residents are paying for mandatory flood insurance even though they're living in the highest elevations in South Florida.
I-Team: Senators Aim To Change FEMA Flood MapsBecause of an eye-opening CBS4 I-Team report on flood insurance rates, two prominent senators took a step toward providing relief for South Florida residents and others across the nation who are struggling to afford coverage for their homes.
I-Team: Old Maps Flooding Homeowners With ProblemsWine might get better with age, but there's nothing fine about aging flood maps. Yet the CBS4 I-Team has discovered that the rates many South Floridians pay for flood insurance are based on outdated, inaccurate, and flawed mapping standards and techniques.