Scientists Say Your Brain Still Works After Death, And You Know When You're DeadAccording to researchers in New York, a person's brain is still active after death, meaning they can be aware they've passed away.
Survey Says 7 In 10 Millennials Would Rather Text Than Talk In PersonIn the United States, nearly 74 percent of respondents would rather send a text message instead of having a conversation.
U.S. Senate Panel Launches Investigation Into Florida Nursing Home DeathsThe U.S. Senate Finance Committee announced Wednesday that it is launching an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the deaths of 14 patients at a nursing home in Hollywood, Florida in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
Do Fish Suffer From Depression Too? Experts Say YesAccording to researchers, fish depression is a very really thing and the condition is being used to find a treatment for humans suffering from the disorder.
Spencer Group Denies Being 'Hateful' As UF BracesSupporters of Richard Spencer, the white nationalist whose upcoming appearance at the University of Florida sparked a state of emergency, say he's not a racist.
14 School Workers Sickened By Propane LeakA propane leak sickened eight employees at Miami Springs Middle School on Wednesday.
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Newest Celtics Star Gordon Hayward Suffers Gruesome Injury In OpenerThe NBA’s most coveted free agent was looking to get the newest chapter of his career off on the right foot.
Hurricanes Have Big Opportunity In Wide Open ACCIt’s been an interesting couple of months inside the Atlantic Coast Conference so far this season.
NFL Picks Week 7: Cowboys Get Back On TrackComing off a bye, the Cowboys look to get back on track against the San Francisco 49ers.
Despite Trump Tweets, NFL Players And Owners Pleased With Open DiscussionsFor all those actually involved in the National Football League, the annual owners meeting was a encouraging step in the right direction.
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Panthers Flayed By Flyers In 5-1 LossSean Couturier, Shayne Gostisbehere, Claude Giroux and Dale Weise all scored in the second period to lead Flyers to a 5-1 win over the Cats.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 10-18-17 1PMCloudy Wednesday ahead with storms moving through the area all day, highs in the mid-80s.
Several Middle School Employees Require Treatment By Fire RescueCBS Miami's Eliott Rodriguez reports on several Miami Springs Middle School employees requiring treatment after being overcome by something.
Flooded Vehicles From Hurricane Harvey Hitting Resale MarketCBS Miami's Omar Villafranca reports on the thousands of cars damaged by flooding thanks to Hurricane Harvey.
Protests Already Beginning In Gainesville Ahead Of Thursday's Visit By White NationalistCBS Miami's Eliott Rodriguez reports on the protests already going on in Gainesville ahead of a visit by white nationalist Richard Spencer.
School District Employee Arrested, Accused Of Molesting Teen BoyCBS Miami's Ted Scouten reports on a school district employee that has been arrested and charged with molesting a teen boy at a Coral Springs school.
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Man Shot, Killed Overnight In Opa-lockaCBS Miami's Rielle Creighton reports on the search for two men police say shot and killed a father of seven in front of his daughter and grandchild.
Spookiest Places In MiamiHalloween is the one time of the year when people expect to be scared out of their wits. Whether it's a scary haunted house or being trapped in a sealed room, Halloween has it all. While there are a lot of family-friendly events happening all over town, some of the events listed below are mostly geared for the over 21 crowd. Check out the venues below and have a scary good Halloween this year.
Best Places To Get Your Pumpkin Fix In MiamiIt's the fall season, meaning it's time for pumpkin inspired foods and drinks.
Best Places For Iced Coffee In MiamiCheck out these five spots for some of the best iced coffee in Miami.
Ask A Miami Expert: Easy Breakfast Meals For KidsThese easy breakfast meals for kids provide by local nutritionist Dina Garcia are fun and healthy and best of all super easy to make.
Guide To 2017 Oktoberfest Events In MiamiOktoberfest is a time for celebrating everything German. Even if your not of German descent, you can still enjoy the fun and festivities. German beer, music, food, dancers, and games can be found in the South Florida. Check out the venues below, some of which are free, and celebrate the German lifestyle at an Oktoberfest event near you.
Best Football Bars In MiamiNow that Football season is here be sure to check out one of these great five football bars in Miami.