- A Nice, Cool Night
- Charges Dropped Against Accused Rabbi Killer
- Victims Of MLK Day Park Shooting Speak Out
- Man Arrested In Brutal Sunny Isles Attack Case
- TV Execs In Town To Buy New Shows
Victims Of MLK Day Park Shooting Speak OutThe victims of Monday’s shooting at Martin Luther King Jr. Park on the holiday dedicated to the civil rights activist are speaking out.
Charges Dropped Against Accused Rabbi Killer Charges have been dropped against Deandre Charles, the teen once accused of being involved in the high-profile robbery and murder of a rabbi in Miami.
Man Arrested In Brutal Sunny Isles Attack CaseA man is under arrest, accused of attacking a woman while she was parked in her Sunny Isles apartment complex.
Latina Superstar Calls For Lolita's Freedom From Miami SeaquariumLolita, the lone orca at the Miami Seaquarium, has some new star power behind the push to have the killer whale released from captivity.
Reward Raised To $21K For Info In MLK Day ShootingSix people remain hospitalized after gunfire erupted at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration.
Man Killed In "Wheels Up, Guns Down" Did Not Have 'Street Legal' BikeThe MLK Day madness on the roads of South Florida, which has become an annual tradition in years past, cost a 20-year old man his life and seriously injured another.
Civil Rights ‘Legend’ Rep. John Lewis Speaks To Students About Fight For EqualityCongressman John Lewis took part in a program called “Conversation with a Legend” on Tuesday.
Obama Cuts Short Chelsea Manning's Prison SentencePresident Obama is commuting the prison sentence of Chelsea Manning, the former Army intelligence analyst who leaked classified documents.
Trump's Interior Nominee Zinke Urges Array Of Uses For Federal LandsPresident-elect Donald Trump's pick for Secretary of the Interior Department faced his first round of vetting on Tuesday in front of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
Cubans Bemoan End Of 'Wet Foot, Dry Foot' Immigration PolicyA major policy change could keep family members apart for years to come in South Florida and Cuba.
Scott Jobs 'Summit' Set For Early FebruaryGov. Rick Scott is rounding up businesspeople and educators for a jobs "summit" next month.
Health Officials Begin Medical Marijuana Rules ProcessFlorida health officials have started the rules-making process that will expand those eligible to receive medical marijuana.
Abortions Drop To Lowest Level In Three DecadesMore restrictive laws in some states and the availability of affordable, long-lasting contraceptives are two factors credited with dropping the abortion rate in America to its lowest level since 1974.
Sen. Sanders, Thousands Attend Rallies To Support Obama Health LawThousands in Michigan showed up in freezing temperatures on Sunday where Sen. Bernie Sanders called on Americans to resist Republican efforts to repeal President Barack Obama's health care law, one of a number of rallies Democrats staged across the country to highlight opposition.
Survivor Inspires FPL Colleague's Ride For Dolphins Cancer ChallengeThe Dolphins Cancer Challenge will be held February 11th, and we at CBS 4 are proud to feature the stories of the participants leading up to the big ride.
Study Takes Deeper Look At Health Effects Of Medical Marijuana UseWith more and more states legalizing pot, a new report took an in depth look at the health effects.
Health Insurer Stops Covering Pricey Epi-PensA leading health insurer will no longer cover the Epi-Pen.
Bill Targets Abortions After 20 WeeksA Republican congressman from Sarasota has filed a bill which would ban abortions after 20 weeks.
Cuba Sees Internet Access Explosion As Ties With U.S. GrowTwo days before Christmas, Cuban Luis Gonzalez received a little Chinese modem from the island's state-owned telecommunications company.
The Big Thing In TV Sets This Year Is ... Big TV SetsWhen we ask ourselves what does 2017 look like when it comes to TV? Well it looks like bigger screens, a clearer picture and cheaper prices but that's it.
Shhh, Your Washing Machine Might Overhear You Is your Amazon Echo spying on you? It's a fair question, yet, the popularity and capabilities of voice-enabled products such as the Echo continue to grow.
New Tech Aims To Stroke Your Way To Better HairThe world's first smart hairbrush is out.
Fitness Tech Is Moving Beyond WristbandsThe latest electronic devices will be on display when the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) starts in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Trump Says He Doesn't Trust Computers As He Rings In 2017President-elect Donald Trump says that "no computer is safe" when it comes to keeping information private, expressing new skepticism about the security of online communications his administration is likely to use for everything from day-to-day planning to international relations.
Ft. Lauderdale airport shooter claims he carried out attack for ISISAn FBI agent told a federal court Tuesday that the suspect in last week's Fort Lauderdale airport shooting gave conflicting stories when he was surrendered. first saying he was under government mind control, then claiming to be inspired by ISIS. Manuel Bojorquez has more on the story.
General Motors says it will invest $1 billion in American factoriesThe president-elect took a bow Tuesday after General Motors said it was investing a billion dollars in its American factories, and adding about seven thousand U.S jobs. But the numbers, and who deserves the credit, are open to interpretation, reports Dean Reynolds.
Patients socked by "surprise" medical billsMore than one in five emergency room patients face what are called "surprise medical bills," even though they went to an in-network hospital. They discover they were treated and billed by out-of-network specialists. Chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook has the details.
Trump nominees face delayed hearings for Cabinet postsSome of Donald Trump's nominees for his Cabinet are facing delays over questions about their past, reports Major Garrett.
More Democrats plan to boycott Trump inaugurationMore Democratic members of Congress are saying they will not be attending Friday's inauguration. Most of them say they are boycotting to send a message to Mr. Trump, reports Nancy Cordes.
Putin dismisses Trump's dossier as fakeRussian President Vladimir Putin dismissed as a hoax a privately-prepared intelligence dossier that claimed Russian intelligence agencies had compromising material on President-elect Trump. Elizabether Palmer has the details.
Putin: Spreaders of "fake" Trump news "worse than prostitutes"Russian leader lashes out amid intel an hacking scandals, accusing Obama administration of trying to undermine Trump
Report: Suspected Istanbul nightclub gunman was on wanted listTurkey’s state-run news agency says the gunman who carried out the attack on the Istanbul nightclub was wanted in his home country of Uzbekistan for membership in a “terror organization"
Mexican governor: Kids given water instead of chemo at state-run hospitalsState-run hospitals fell victim to malfeasance and corruption, says Veracruz governor while slamming predecessor
Nigeria admits to mistakenly killing dozens of refugeesThis is believed to be the first time the Nigerian military has admitted to accidental killings, something villagers have complained of often
Favorite “El Chapo” actress says interview cost her jobsDespite official denials, Kate del Castillo claims a “macho” Mexican government is persecuting her only because she’s a woman
Meet the 8 men who are wealthier than half the globeThe very richest of the very rich, this smattering of multi-billionaires controls more wealth than do 3.6 billion people