Local News

State Investigating Possible Grad Rate ManipulationAn investigation is underway to determine if some school districts in the state moved students around to improve their graduation rates.
Census: Several Florida Cities Post Big Population GainsFlorida - what's not to love about it? Warm temperatures year round, beautiful beaches, lots of things to do and, most of all, no snow.
Get A Taste Of The Mediterranean At Byblos Miami BeachLooking for a restaurant that feels like you’ve traveled around the world? Well, you will feel like you are a world away at Byblos Miami Beach.
Adriana Lima Graces Ocean Drive’s March CoverVictoria Secret Angel Adriana Lima is this month's Ocean Drive cover girl.
Security Stepping It Up For This Weekend's Ultra Music FestFor the 19th year in a row, the Ultra Music Festival will welcome some of the world's most renowned electronic dance music artists all under one roof at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami.
Travelers Heading To London Troubled Over AttackTravelers getting ready for their overnight British Air flight were, for the most part, heading back home after news broke that there had been what appears to be a terror attack on Wednesday.

Politics

Senate Looks To Put Together Marijuana PlanThe Senate Health Policy Committee held a workshop Wednesday on the implementation of Amendment 2.
Senate Moves Forward With Apology To 'Groveland Four'Florida might shine bright now, but the Sunshine State's past has some dark history.
Plan Would Let Governor Pick Administrative JudgesLawmakers are considering giving Gov. Rick Scott the authority to appoint the judges.
Gorsuch To Dems: No Return To "Horse & Buggy" EraSupreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch was wrapping up two days of Senate questioning to glowing GOP reviews but complaints from Democrats who believe he hid his views from the American public.
Intel Chair: Trump Team Monitored By 'Incidental' Surveillance CollectionPresident Donald Trump says he feels "somewhat" vindicated, reacting to statements by the House Intelligence chairman, who says there was incidental -- and legal -- surveillance of Trump and transition officials.
'Liquor Wall' Closer To Getting Torn Down The so-called "liquor wall" moved a step closer to being torn down amid massive lobbying to repeal the decades-old prohibition on liquor being sold alongside groceries and other retail stores.

Entertainment

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Health

Survivor Advocates For Screenings During Colon Cancer Awareness MonthMarch is Colon Cancer Awareness month, and one survivor has made it his mission to promote the importance of screenings.
Trump Confident He Has The Votes To Pass GOP Health Care BillPresident Donald Trump spent the morning on Capitol Hill Tuesday trying to drum up support for his new health care agenda which would replace President Barack Obama's landmark Affordable Care Act.
Court Rules Against State On Skim Milk LabelingMost shoppers in the dairy aisle probably never give it a lot of thought.
Study Sheds Light On Opioid Use Among ChildrenA new study finds poison control centers in the U.S. receive 32 calls a day about children being exposed to prescription opioids.
Moving U: Married Septuagenarian Triathletes Keep Moving By Motivating Each OtherYou are never too young, or old, to keep moving and stay healthy. Just ask one South Florida couple, in their 70's, training for triathlons.
Pence Campaigns For GOP Health Bill In FloridaPresident Trump is "100 percent" supporting the Republican bill to replace the Affordable Care Act and calls it a "step in the right direction," Vice President Mike Pence told a Florida audience Saturday.

Tech

Bill Nye Urges Pres. Trump To Advance Space Science & ExplorationIn an open letter to President Donald Trump, the science guy has urged him to make continuing advancements in space science and exploration that will define NASA's future for generations to come a priority.
Consumer Alert: Importance Of Wiping Your Smartphone Before Letting It GoThere’s an important consumer alert out for anyone who owns a cellphone.
TSA May Opt For 3D Tech At Airport CheckpointsThe TSA expects to screen the highest number of travelers in a decade during this spring break travel period, so to speed things up their considering new scanners for carry-on bags.
Doc Claims Too Much Screen Time Turns Kids Into Digital JunkiesCan kids get addicted to technology? Some experts say yes, and claim excessive use of technology can affect the brain the same way drugs do.
Amazon Cloud Storage Failure Causes Widespread DisruptionUsually people don't notice the "cloud" — unless, that is, it turns into a massive storm.
Your Instagram Post Can Now Have More Than 1 PhotoInstagram is rolling out a new option that allows users to post more than one picture or video at a time.

CBS National News

Tactics against vehicle terror attacksThe London terror attack puts new focus on the use of vehicles as deadly weapons. In the past year, vehicle attacks in Ohio, Germany and France have killed and injured dozens of people. Don Dahler reports on some of the counter measures.
Young JFK's diary reveals his fascination with Adolf HitlerA high-profile auction is putting a new spotlight on John F. Kennedy and his view of Adolf Hitler. For the first time, JFK's only diary will go on the auction block. The then-28-year-old wrote about visiting Germany shortly after World War II and also shared his startling take on Hitler. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Trump's Obamacare replacement plan in jeopardyThe Republican plan to replace Obamacare could be in jeopardy over a lack of GOP support. All week, Republicans have said they will vote on the American Health Care Act today, but no vote is scheduled. Chip Reid reports on the demands of the GOP holdouts.
New questions raised on Trump associates' ties to RussiaDocuments obtained by the Associated Press show President Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, previously worked for Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska to benefit the Kremlin. CBS News has also learned more details about how another Trump associate, Roger Stone, is being put on notice on Capitol Hill. Jeff Pegues reports.
Nunes says Trump team communications interceptedConversations President Trump and associates had with foreign officials were intercepted by the intelligence community. Rep. Devin Nunes, the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, brought that information to the president and the press before telling his committee. Major Garrett reports.
Behind the investigation into London attackCBS News senior national security analyst Fran Townsend, a former homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the investigation process into Wednesday's London attack near the British Parliament.

CBS World News

Young JFK's diary reveals his startling take on Adolf HitlerThe then-28-year-old wrote about visiting Germany shortly after World War II -- two decades before addressing crowds in West Berlin as president
Behind the investigation into London attackCBS News senior national security analyst Fran Townsend, a former homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the investigation process into Wednesday's London attack near the British Parliament.
After London attack, overnight raids lead to arrestsBritish Prime Minister Theresa May says Wednesday's attacker was British-born and had been known to authorities. British media report the suspect lived at a home police raided in Birmingham. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
London attack: New info on victims and suspectBritish police have eight suspects in custody in connection with the vehicle and knife attack in the heart of London Wednesday. Four people are dead, including the attacker. Twenty-nine people were hospitalized, among them a husband and wife from the U.S. The husband is in critical condition. Elizabeth Palmer reports from London.
U.S. man badly hurt, arrests made after London attackScotland Yard's top antiterrorism officer says 7 people in custody after raids linked to attack on Westminster as death toll revised
Eye Opener: Terror strikes in the heart of LondonNew arrests in Britain after police carried out overnight raids tied to the London terror attack. At least one American is among the injured. Also, today is the day House Republicans said they would vote to repeal and replace Obamacare, but their health care plan is in jeopardy. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

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