The world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization is promoting a walk on the first Sunday in April dedicated to raising awareness and money for this growing issue.
The Academy of Hospitality and Tourism is promoting its upcoming fundraiser on April 6 and how the proceeds will be used for student scholarships.
A sex abuse survivor is on a mission that she’s under taking one step at a time. On Wednesday, Lauren Book will start her four day walk through Miami. The walk is part of her annual 15-hundred “Walk in My Shoes” journey from Key West to Tallahassee to raise awareness and fight for victim’s rights.
A yearlong investigative series looking at what happened to children who died violently after the department of children and families had been warned that they or their siblings may be in danger.
The 9th annual Jazz in the Gardens is this weekend at Sun Life stadium. People come from all over the country for this highly anticipated music festival. It is also a major showcase for the city of Miami Gardens, which has one of the highest crime rates in South Florida.
Multiple Sclerosis is an auto-immune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. The cause is not clear and there is no cure. The MS Walk Miami raises money for research to find a cure, CBS4 is a sponsor. Eliott Rodriguez returns as the event emcee. We focus on spreading awareness of this killer disease and the upcoming walk.
We revisit Cassandra’s big day at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, then continue the conversation with her mentor, and the CEO of the organization involved in mentoring her and other South Florida at-risk kids and teens.
From aviator Amelia Earhart to astronaut Sally Ride, and all the trailblazers in between, Women’s History Month pays tribute to the power of women and their vision. This year, the 6th annual Miami Beach Women’s Conference is focusing on women in uniform, and how they have changed our lives and inspire us.
For little girls who have lost their curls, the discovery of what appears to be a magical looking glass, makes them smile. At Give Kids the World Village in Orlando, children who have battled cancer, many of whom have undergone chemotherapy, a peek into the mirror reveals a princess wearing a beautiful crown.
When Marjory Stoneman Douglas was 95, she started the Biscayne Nature Center in Miami-Dade County. Its mission is to teach the importance of preserving our natural environment. More than 25-thousand children and adults visit the center each year. We focus on what goes on there and why it is so important to South Florida.