Police: Tavernier Circle K Employee Secretly Video Recorded Women In BathroomA Monroe County man is in jail after deputies say he admitted to placing his cell phone in a restroom to record women he found attractive.
Early Voting Begins In Broward, Palm BeachEarly voting for Broward and Palm Beach counties got started Saturday in Florida's presidential primary.
Early Voting To Kick Off In BrowardEarly voting is set to kick off in Broward County over the weekend - a little more than a week from the Florida Primary.
Monroe County Monitors Tropical Storm ErikaAlong with the rest of South Florida, Monroe County officials are preparing for the possible impacts of Tropical Storm Erika.
Citizens CEO: Rate Hike Due To Spike In Water ClaimsA "disturbing" rise in water-damage claims in South Florida is driving Citizens Property Insurance Corp. to seek an average 3.2 percent increase in rates for many homeowners, the president of the state-backed insurer said Tuesday.
Man Dies While Snorkeling In Florida KeysAn Illinois man died while snorkeling in the Florida Keys on Tuesday, authorities said.
Floridians Urged To Avoid Leprosy-Infected ArmadillosCases of leprosy, a long-lasting infection caused by bacteria, are up in Florida—and experts are saying armadillos are to blame.
Colbert Takes Over Show, Interviews EminemThe new Late Show host Stephen Colbert took over a Michigan show and interviewed rapper Eminem.
Insurance Competition Lacking In Miami-Dade, MonroeA new report shows there is a lack of competition among insurers for certain types of residential policies Miami-Dade and Monroe counties. The report comes as the state looks to shrink Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
CBS4 Investigates: A Fugitive’s Final Days In The Florida KeysMinutes before he died on September 16, Roy Blanco’s last words were, “What did I do?”
MCSO: Reckless Driving, Accident Leads To Several Charges For Keys ManA Keys man was arrested and is facing several charges after police say he crashed a stolen vehicle he was driving into a boat over the weekend.
DCF Works With Agency To Relieve Miami Foster-Care OverflowThe Florida Department of Children and Families is working with the agency that oversees child welfare in Miami to resolve issues that have included an overflow of kids in the area's foster-care system.