Eliott Rodriguez

Jamal Martin, 25, was gunned down outside a Liberty City apartment building on Northwest 14th Place and 71st Avenue. (Source: The Haggard Law Firm)

Family Pleads For Community’s Help In Finding Loved One’s Killer

A South Florida family is asking for the community’s help to find their loved one’s killer.


Norwegian Dawn (Source: CBS)

Norwegian Cruise Ran Aground Off Bermuda

The Norwegian Dawn cruise ship left Bermuda for Boston Wednesday afternoon after running into trouble at sea the night before.


Machine gun ammo belts  (Photo Courtesy: LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images)

Local Police Will Not Be Getting Battlefield Equipment Anymore

Weaponized vehicles and grenade launchers will no longer be on the supply list from the federal government to local police departments who’ve been getting them for years including those in South Florida.


The Minnesota Orchestra is in Havana not just to make music, but to share music with Cubans who are seeing an American orchestra in person for the first time. (Source: CBS4)

U.S. Orchestra Makes Historical Visit To Cuba

The Minnesota Orchestra is in Havana not just to make music, but to share music with Cubans who are seeing an American orchestra in person for the first time.


Kelley Mitchell with her dog Wade in 2014. (Source: Carl Juste/Miami Herald Staff)

Longtime South Florida Journalist Kelley Mitchell Dies At 58

Longtime South Florida broadcast journalist Kelley Mitchell died Sunday night.


Courtroom Gavel

Fmr. Handyman Sentenced To Death In Waitress Murder Case

A Miami man was sentenced to death Wednesday for the murder of a waitress at a popular South Florida restaurant.


Ron Magill sits down with CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez to talk about his trip to Cuba. (Source: CBS4)

Ron Magill Visits Havana Zoo, Gets In Touch With His Roots

Zoo Miami’s Ron Magill took a long-awaited trip to Cuba in early April.


Former NBA basketball player Dikembe Mutombo (2nd R) gives instructions to Cuban players during the clinic organized by the NBA, FIBA Americas and the Cuban Basketball Federation, on April 23, 2015, in Havana. AFP PHOTO/YAMIL LAGE        (Source: AMIL LAGE/AFP/Getty Images)

NBA Greats In Cuba To Score Points With Players, Country

In a country where baseball is king, the NBA is hoping to score points with promising Cuban basketball players.


This photograph released 16 April 2001 by Columbia University in New York and taken by Alan Diaz of the Associated Press, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography. The photo shows Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez and Donato Dalrymple (R) in a bedroom closet as federal agents enter the Miami home of Elian's relatives and was taken 22 April 2000.  (Photo credit: ALAN DIAZ/AFP/Getty Images)

15 Years After The Elian Gonzalez Federal Raid

It was 15 years ago when the battle over Elian Gonzalez set off an international custody battle–and South Florida was smack in the middle of it.


(Source: My33)

Focus on South Florida: Las Olas Wine & Food Festival

Twenty years ago the first Las Olas Wine & Food Festival took place to benefit the American Lung Association. Since then it has grown from a small intimate gathering to one of the most anticipated wine and culinary events in South Florida. But the proceeds still benefit the American Lung Association in Florida. It is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease. We focus on the unique connection between the festival and the ALA, as well as preview the upcoming event.

My TV 33–04/20/2015