Summer Knowles reports for CBS4 News. She joined CBS4 in June 2012. Summer came to Miami from KSLA News 12, Shreveport, LA, where she anchored the CBS affiliate’s morning and noon newscasts. Her previous assignments included: reporter, CBS12 News in West Palm Beach, FL; reporter FOX2 News, St. Louis, MO; and reporter, ABC 12, CBS19, and FOX27 affiliates, Charlottesville, VA. Summer is a Broadcast Journalism graduate of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where she was the recipient of a four-year full track and field scholarship.
Although born in Atlanta, Georgia, Summer considers Miami her home because her father is a Miami native. She fondly remembers visiting her grandparents in Miami every year of her young life. Being the daughter of two retired U.S. Army officers, she lived in Georgia, Indiana, Texas, Germany, Kansas, and North Carolina growing up. She is a proud member of the National Association of Black Journalists and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Summer is conversational in Spanish and American Sign Language. She enjoys running, exercising, photography, and poetry. She has fully embraced South Florida by mentoring students and getting involved in other community service activities.
In honor and remembrance of our veteran’s ultimate sacrifice, a wreath-laying ceremony was held in Miami Beach Monday.
Parents and students say they are changing the way they think about horseplay after a student is now recovering from spinal surgery after he says he was body-slammed at school.
Coast Guard crews teamed up Friday to offload more than $ 3 million worth of cocaine and marijuana.
BSO deputies are investigating the death of toddler in Oakland Park.
Police, on Wednesday, handed out flyers asking for help in identifying the gunmen who fired multiple shots at police in northwest Miami-Dade.
Residents of a Hollywood apartment building were forced to evacuate early Monday morning after a fire gutted in one of the units.
It can often be a thankless job but it’s a critical job. Public safety dispatchers and call takers are the people you will rely on, if you have emergency.
The family of a father of five who was shot and killed in February is asking for the community’s help to find answers in the unsolved homicide case.
The newest member of the Fort Lauderdale Fire Department’s search and rescue team has four legs and is named “Rit.”
Local foster children got dolled up and stepped out in front of flashing cameras on Wednesday for their chance to find a home.