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Joe Gorchow

CBS4 Miami

Miami, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Joe:

Residents fed up with Biscayne Bay parties

During the pandemic, meetups on boats became the way to escape COVID lockdowns. But when the lockdowns ended, the parties didn't. → Read More

Coral Springs Police: 3 Separate Crime Scene Tied To One Suspect

Authorities in Coral Springs believe three separate crime scenes all trace back to one suspect and on Friday, a 35-year-old man is in custody while law enforcement looks to connect the dots. → Read More

Companies Ask For Rate Hikes In Virtual Hearings With Florida’s Office Of Insurance Regulation

Three insurance companies asked for increases in virtual hearings with Florida’s Office of Insurance Regulation Tuesday. → Read More

Former Substitute Teacher Enreeka Nalasco Accused Of Giving Drugs To Teen Girls For Sexual Favors

The victims’ ages range from 11 to 14. → Read More

Rabbi: Jewish Law Provides Room For Debate To Protect Life In The Womb And The Mother’s Health – CBS Miami

The Jewish discussion on abortion does not center around pro-life or pro-choice. Instead, Judaism focuses on the mother's right to protect herself from harm. → Read More

Yacht Connected To Viral Biscayne Bay Balloon Dumping Video Could Be Evicted From Marina

David Torres Bocanegra was arrested on a felony charge in connection to the viral video that showed the environmental crime. → Read More

Officials Outline Path Forward To Curb Speeding On Ives Dairy Road

Residents held back tears following Tuesday's meeting with local leaders, as officials outlined a path forward to curb the speeding on Ives Dairy Road. → Read More

Sounds Of Brightline Train Whistling Down Tracks Gives Father Nightmares After Son Struck & Killed

"I can hear it every night," said Fernando Ramos. "Now, it's a very eerie sound. It brings nightmares." → Read More

Miami-Dade County Commission Passes Tenant Bill Of Rights

Renters in Miami-Dade walked out of Tuesday's commission meeting with bright smiles. → Read More

CBS4’s Joe Gorchow Shares What New Residents Like Himself Need To Know For Their First Hurricane Season

CBS4’s Joe Gorchow is not alone in feeling woefully unprepared. → Read More

Miami City Commission Approves Inter Miami CF’s Stadium Complex Proposal For Melreese Golf Course – CBS Miami

Miami city commissioners on Thursday evening approved by a vote of 4-1 a proposal for a new stadium and land deal for Inter Miami CF. → Read More

Neighbors’ Frustrations Reach Boiling Point Over Speeding On Ives Dairy Road; Police To Release PSA – CBS Miami

Neighbors in North Miami-Dade are sounding the alarm on what they are calling a speedway on Ives Dairy Road. Meanwhile, Miami-Dade Police said it will share a public service announcement about the speeding early next week. → Read More

Fatal Crash On Ives Dairy Road Under Investigation, Neighbors Complain Roadway Used To Race

One person had to be rushed to a local hospital in what Miami-Dade police are calling a "major crash" on Ives Dairy Road on Friday night. → Read More

Miami Gardens Mom Of Five With Congestive Heart Failure Struggles To Find Housing

A mother of five in Miami Gardens never imagined a life blessing turning into hardship. → Read More

6 People, Including 4 Teens, Hospitalized Following Coconut Creek Car Crash

A bad crash in Coconut Creek on Thursday sent six people to the hospital and four of them are teenagers. → Read More

Brickell Groping Suspect Arrested After Grabbing Pregnant Woman While Walking With Her Daughter

Some women in the Brickell community of Miami are feeling a bit more at ease after a man who allegedly groped them is now behind bars. → Read More

Parkland Woman Says She Couldn’t Cash Her Claim Check Because Property Insurance Company Had Entered Liquidation

"Essentially, I'm still in the same spot," said homeowner Mimi Bright. → Read More

‘We’ll Not Be The Governor’s Punching Bag,’ Florida Black Elected Officials To Send Message To Gov. DeSantis On Redistricting

On Monday, April 18th, Florida State Senator Shevrin Jones, joined by other locally elected officials, intends to send a clear message to Governor Ron DeSantis: The redistricting map from his office dilutes Black districts. → Read More

2 South Florida Students On Autism Scale Shine With Ausome Foundation Shoe Design

Bring out your inner awesome, as April is Autism Awareness Month. → Read More

Little Haiti Father Blames Police & DCF For His Children Dying At The Hands Of Their Mother

At a vigil Thursday night, a Little Haiti father continued to mourn the loss of his two young children. → Read More