Alexis Vila Perdomo to 15 years in prison for arranging the kidnapping, torture and murder of Camilo Salazar nearly a decade ago.
CBSMiami.com Sunday WeatherMeteorologist Jennifer Correa has your football Sunday weather forecast.
Facing South Florida: MIA’s Forgotten WorkersCBS4's Jim DeFede shares Eulen America's reaction to OSHA fines.
Facing South Florida: Enhanced Interrogation In The War On Terror, Part 2Part 2 of Rudabeh Shahbazi's interview with Philip Mudd, the former deputy director of the CIA Counterterrorism Center And FBI National Security Branch.
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Don't Know What To Gift This Holiday Season? Tech Expert Highlights Items For EveryoneCBS4's Jennifer Correa talks to tech expert Andrew Felix about gadgets and gifts for the whole family.
Man Eats Duct-Taped Banana That Sold For Six Figures At Art BaselDavid Datuna is a performance artiest based out of New York.
Search On For Hit-&-Run Driver Who Slammed Into Road RangerThe crash happened on the southbound Turnpike, north of Okeechobee Road.
News Details About Deadly Attack At Naval Base In PensacolaCBS4's David Begnaud reports on the information released about the suspected shooter.
President Trump Makes South Florida StopsCBS4's Karli Barnett reports on the president's events in Aventura and Hollywood.
Memorial Growing For UPS Driver Killed In Miramar ShootoutCBS4's Amber Diaz reports on the memorial growing for Frank Ordonez.
Hallandale Police: Officers Forced To Fire On SuspectPolice said one person was shot and another was taken into custody.
Digital Bite: Hamachi Crudo From Boia De In Little HaitiCBS4's Lisa Petrillo is checking out the Hamachi Crudo with Yuzu Salsa Verde and Fried Capers from Boia De in today's digital bite.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 12-6-19 11PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Miami-Dade Police Department Director Juan Perez On Deadly ShootoutMiami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez says 13 of the 19 officers who fired their weapons during the deadly shootout in Miramar were from his department and are now on administrative leave.
New Information of Victims of Police-Involved ShootingCBS4's Amber Diaz reports on the deadly shooting and two innocent victims who lost their lives during a police-involved shooting.
Former PBA President On Deadly Police-Involved ShootingJohn Rivera, former Police Benevolent Association President, joins Rudabeh Shahbazi and Frances Wang to talk about Thursday's deadly police-involved shooting.
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Coral Gables Police Chief Ed Hudak On Tree-Lighting, ShootingCity of Coral Gables Police Chief Ed Hudak addressed the media on Friday afternoon at a previously scheduled event to talk about the tree lighting ceremony to take place on Friday night, but also talked about Thursday's shooting.
Margaret Brennan, Moderator Of "Face the Nation," On Trump PresidencyYou can watch "Face the Nation" every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on CBS4.
Art Is Everywhere In South FloridaFrom Pink Beasts that hang above the Palm Court in the Miami Design District to a giant gorilla at The Raleigh garnered on South Beach and so so much more.
MDPD Director Juan Perez Talks About Deadly ShootoutMiami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez says 13 of the 19 officers who fired their weapons during the deadly shootout in Miramar were from his department and are now on administrative leave.
Stepfather Of UPS Driver Frank Ordonez On The ShootingThe stepfather of kidnapped UPS employee Frank Ordonez calls the death of his stepson an “injustice”, one day after armed robbers stole his truck, led police on a chase, and was killed in a police shootout in Miramar.
We Learn More About The Innocent Bystanders Killed In South Florida Police ShootoutAn innocent bystander who was shot and killed during a shootout in Miramar between police and two robbery suspects on Thursday has been described by his neighbors as "the nicest guy."