Memorial Day

Community Pitches In To Replace Veteran's Stolen BikeA disabled veteran has a brand new bike thanks to the generosity of CBS4 viewers.
"Stanley" The Dachshund Puppy Stolen From Pines Pet StoreA pet store in Pembroke Pines is putting out a photo Tuesday of a missing two-month-old Dachshund puppy named Stanley.
Tampa Firefighters Find 6 Flags In TrashFlorida firefighters, at the start of their shift on Memorial Day, found six American flags on poles in a trash bin behind their station.
It's National Missing Children's DayMonday is not only the day Americans pause to remember those who died in service to their country, it's also National Missing Children's Day.
Margate Rededicates "Fallen Soldier" MemorialA newly installed "Fallen Soldier Memorial" was re-dedicated during a Memorial Day ceremony in Margate.
Urban Beach Week Winding DownOne of the biggest parties of the year on Miami Beach -- Urban Beach Week -- wraps up Memorial Day.
Memorial Day Starts The 100 Deadliest Days For Teen DriversSchool is nearly out in South Florida and that means teens are eager to begin their summer holiday. Not only will some be learning to drive for the first time, but with school out, others will have more time for joyriding.
Memorial Day - What's Open & ClosedIt's Memorial Day. Here's a look at what is open and closed in South Florida.
Miami Fire Rescue Crews Pass Out Safety Flyers For Memorial Day BoatersBoaters out enjoying the waters this Memorial Day weekend got a visit from Miami Fire Rescue Crews on Sunday.
'Sailors' Pilot Plywood-And-Duct-Tape Boats In Wacky Key West RegattaImagine a soapbox derby race on water. Can you picture it? That’s basically what went down at a wacky Memorial Day weekend regatta in Key West on Sunday.
Rising Gas Prices Not Putting The Brakes On Holiday TravelAAA predicts about 33 million Americans will drive more than 50 miles during this Memorial Day weekend which is the most in ten years. But there is good and bad news about gas prices.
South Florida Memorial Day Water Safety GuideSouth Florida spends much of the year in near-drought conditions, but virtually every part of our lives is connected to water.

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