Heroes Among Us: Sergeant Major Matthew Marks Called Upon Military Training To Help During Hurricane IrmaBianca Peters reports Command Sergeant Major Matthew Marks served in the United States Army and currently is a member of the Georgia Army National Guard.
Miami Dolphins Star WR Jarvis Landry Surprises Students With Money TalkCBS Miami's Eugene Ramirez reports on Miami Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry helping high school football players prepare to be financially responsible.
Talkin' With Joe 10/19WQAM's Joe Rose on the Dolphins rematch against the Jets this Sunday and new ESPN poll of NFL players who said Jay Cutler was the QB they would least like to have as a teammate.
Seemingly Out Of Nowhere, WR Darrell Langham Playing Hero Role For HurricanesCBS Miami's Mike Cugno reports on Hurricanes receiver Darrel Langham, who has made a pair of huge plays that led to Miami wins over the past two weeks.
Newest Celtics Star Gordon Hayward Suffers Gruesome Injury In OpenerCBS Miami's Jim Berry reports on the awful ankle injury suffered by Gordon Hayward during the opening minutes of his first game with the Boston Celtics.
Talkin' With Joe 10/18WQAM's Joe Rose on Gordon Haywood's horrific accident during his debut with Celtics and the Heat tip off the season tonight in Orlando.
Talkin' With Joe 10/4WQAM's Joe Rose on changes for the Marlins under new ownership by Bruce Sherman & Derek Jeter - it may not be good news for fan favorites like Giancarlo Stanton.
Future Of Marlins Roster In Limbo As Jeter Asks Fans For PatienceCBS Miami's Mike Cugno reports on new Miami Marlins owners Bruce Sherman and Derek Jeter and what the pair have planned for the team's future.
New Owners Jeter, Sherman Say New Culture Is Coming To MarlinsCBS Miami's Jim Berry reports on the introductory press conference for new Miami Marlins owners Derek Jeter and Bruce Sherman.
NASA And Google Team Up To Offer Free Space ExplorationThe tech virtually transports users to Mars.
Facebook Launches News Subscription FeatureFacebook users will have access to 10 news articles from participating organizations.
Another Skin Care Company Under FireNivea ads showing a product that "visibly lightens" darker skin has drawn criticism for racist connotations.