Family Decries Decision Not To Charge Cop The family of a mentally ill man killed by a Miami Gardens Police officer is speaking out after that officer was cleared in the case.
12 Arrested In Copper Cable Theft RingTwelve people are under arrest in connection to underground copper thefts worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Would-Be Lobbyist Arrested For Dade Campaign FraudA man who identified himself as a lobbyist and political consultant in Miami-Dade County is under arrest.
South Florida Cops Take Down Retail Crime Theft RingNearly two dozen people have been charged in a retail theft operation which stretched from South Florida to Orlando.
Two Charged In BitCoin Money Laundering Scheme Miami Beach Police arrested two people allegedly involved in a money laundering scheme using BitCoins.
Human Trafficking Scandal Forces City to Shut Down Club Madonna, Owner Plans to Fight BackA four page order, signed by the City Manager of Miami Beach, effectively shut down Club Madonna for six months. The City says they are doing so in an effort to protect the public, but the club's owners say it’s payback because of a pending lawsuit.
Spence-Jones Lawsuit Against Miami Mayor Tossed A federal judge has dismissed former Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones lawsuit filed about a year ago against Mayor Tomas Regalado, Katherine Fernandez Rundle and others.
90-Days In Jail For Rep. Garcia's Former Chief Of Staff The former chief of staff for Congressman Joe Garcia is going to jail for orchestrating a fraudulent, online absentee-ballot request during the 2012 election.
Former Aide To Miami Rep. Joe Garcia Heading To Jail For Absentee-Ballot CaseOne of Congressman Joe Garcia’s former chief of staff is going to jail for orchestrating a fraudulent, online absentee-ballot request.
State Launches Criminal Investigation Into Biogenesis, Tony Bosch State authorities said they have launched a criminal investigation into the now-closed Biogenesis clinic at the center of Major League Baseball's latest performance-enhancing drug scandal.
Exclusive: Victims Recall Being Shot By Cops On SoBe, Still Don't Know WhyIt was May 30th, 2011. Memorial Day. At 4 a.m. a crowd remained along famed Collins Avenue on Miami Beach, the last day of an Urban Beach weekend that brought hundreds of thousands of visitors to town. A small car drove South on Collins, in the wrong lane. It swerved, side-swiping some other vehicles along the way. As the car approached 14th street, police officers opened fire.
Spence-Jones Files Suit Against Miami's Mayor, State AttorneyMiami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones, who was acquitted of corruption charges last year, has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against those who accused her of wrongdoing.
Rivera State Case Closed, Questions RemainFor more than a year, the Miami Dade State Attorney has been investigating Congressman David Rivera for possible campaign finance law violations. But CBS4 News has learned the case is now closed and no charges will be brought against the Republican freshman.
Spence Jones Claims Defamation, Plans To Sue State AttorneyHaving tried and failed twice to convict Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones on public corruption charges, the State Attorney’s Office in Miami-Dade may soon find itself in court, defending against charges of misconduct in pursuing Jones.
Little-Known Campaign Loophole Benefits RiveraDuring his years in the state Legislature, David Rivera collected tens of thousands, and possibly hundreds of thousands, of dollars in unreported donations from lobbyists and corporations, CBS4 News has learned.