An image of a cruise ship.  (Source: CBS4)

Cruise Lines Change Plans Due To TS Erika

A number of cruise lines are opting to change their itineraries in response to Tropical Storm Erika.

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South Floridians prepare for Tropical Storm Erika just in case. (Source: CBS4)

Broward Residents Still Not Taking Any Chances Due To Erika

Grocery stores, supermarkets and other stores that sell important hurricane essentials saw an increase in foot traffic Friday and that surge may continue Saturday as residents prepare for Tropical Storm Erika or the rainy weather that may come from the system.

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Miami-Dade Leaders Watch Erika Forecast Closely

South Florida leaders are watching the Tropical Storm Erika forecast closely Saturday morning and will give a news briefing at 9AM at Miami-Dade’s Emergency Operations Center.

CBS Miami–2 hours ago

At least four people are dead, about 20 still missing, after rains from Tropical Storm Erika caused devastating floods and mudslides in the eastern Caribbean island of Dominica. (Source: CBS4)

Dominica Prime Minister Says Erika Leaves 20 Dead

The Dominica Prime Minister says 20 have been killed and more may be missing after the island was hit by Tropical Storm Erika Friday.

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Good Chance Disorganized TS Erika Degenerates Into Depression

Tropical Storm Erika, which is very disorganized, could degenerate into a tropical depression by Saturday.

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3 Florida Teens Arrested After Stolen Truck Crashes Into Police Car

Three teens are under arrest after they allegedly crashed a stolen pickup truck into an undercover police car.

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Broward Residents Stockpiling Supplies In Preparation Of Erika

Broward groceries and stores with hurricane essentials saw a massive uptick in foot traffic Friday as residents prepare for possible hit from Tropical Storm Erika.

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Desiray Strickland (Source: Miami-Dade Corrections)

Fall Classes Suspended At School With Machete Death

Following a vicious machete murder where a South Florida U.S. Department of Labor vocational school student was hacked to death by four others, officials have decided to suspend Fall classes.

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A cannabis plant is seen in a house of Montevideo on April 25, 2014.    (Photo credit PABLO PORCIUNCULA/AFP/Getty Images)

State Panel Prepares To Move Forward With Medical Pot

State health officials have named the three members of a panel that will choose five nurseries to be Florida’s first legal pot growers, setting in motion the final stages of the drawn-out process to get Florida’s new medical-marijuana industry off the ground.

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A small but vocal group of protestors marched through Miami late Friday afternoon, chanting “black lives matter” and saying they were upset about alleged police brutality.
(Source: CBS4)

Protesters Hold March Against Alleged Police Brutality In Miami

A small but vocal group of protesters marched through Miami late Friday afternoon, chanting “black lives matter” and saying they were upset about alleged police brutality.

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One of the Moai heads underneath the Rapa Nui Reef. His head is buried in the sand. (Howie Grapek / Grapek Photography Online)

Easter Island Sculptures Crushed As Artificial Reef Flips During Sinking

Photographer Howie Grapek was among the first group to dive the Rapa Nui Reef just minutes after she was sunk. Unfortunately the artificial reef sunk upside down. There are many hazards, but still, an amazing site to be seen.

SOBE Wine and Food Festival (Source: CBS4

Gastronomic Celebration At SOBE Wine & Food Festival

Here are pictures of some of the gastronomic delights at the 2015 SOBE Wine and Food Festival.

Another Snowstorm Hits Winter-Weary Boston Area

This Is Why We Live In South Florida

With extreme winter weather creating havoc up north, here’s a look at why we live in South Florida.

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