- Expect Steamy Sun & Stray StormsMake sure your plans match the weather
- Hotspots Cooling Down?Numbers show COVID-19 cases have taken a slight dip
- Jayla Jones Found SafeThe news came shortly after her family's press conference asking for help
- Broward Schools To Revisit Campus Return"All of us desperately want our schools to reopen"
- Tropical Depression 11 Forecast To StrengthenThe storm was about 1,205 miles west-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands
'Culture Of Cruelty''Rabbit Run' uncovers the secret world of how greyhounds are illegally trained using live jackrabbits
Hurricane 2020: Preparing In A PandemicCBS4 Chief Meteorologist & Anchor Lauren Pastrana present information you need to know
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CBS4 Salutes Our Healthcare HeroesCBS4 salutes the healthcare heroes of Florida fighting on the front lines of COVID-19.
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'It's Just Nasty': FWC Investigating Biscayne Bay Fish Kill & Residents Are ConcernedFlorida Fish and Wildlife researchers are monitoring Biscayne Bay after thousands of fish were found dead in the water on Tuesday morning.
Miami Police Announce 11-Year-Old Jayla Jones Has Been FoundMiami PD has found 11-year-old Jayla Jones, who had been missing since Monday.
Numbers Show COVID-19 Hotspots In South Florida May Be Cooling OffThe number of COVID-19 patients is now down to a little more than 1,600 in Miami-Dade county. But more than 400 are in the ICU, with more than half of them are depending on a ventilator.
Tracking The Tropics: Tropical Depression 11 Forecast To Gradually StrengthenTropical Depression 11 is forecast to gradually strengthen.
Florida Inmate COVID-19 Death Toll Hits 70Five more Florida inmates have died from complications of COVID-19, bringing the death toll among prisoners to 70, according to data released Tuesday by the state Department of Corrections.
Alcohol Licenses Of 4 Florida Establishments Suspended Over COVID-19 ViolationsAlcoholic beverage licenses of four Florida establishments were suspended by the state Tuesday because of violations of rules aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19.
Florida Vote-By-Mail Ballots Dominate Early VotingWith early voting underway throughout the state for Florida’s Aug. 18 primary elections, more than 1.8 million Floridians had voted by mail or at early-voting sites as of late Tuesday morning.
Broward County Public Schools To Revisit Return To Campus Plan Ahead Of ScheduleBroward County Public Schools has shifted its position a bit, vowing to reconsider a return to school buildings weeks ahead of originally scheduled.
Study: Miami Named 16th Most Pet-Friendly CityMiami is ranked the 16th most pet-friendly city in the United States by WalletHub.
CBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano Brings 'Chopsticks' To Life With Virtual DuetCBS4 photojournalist Rafael Murciano brings the classic piano composition "Chopsticks" to life with a log distance duet with his sister in Chicago.
Florida Man & Self-Described 'White Supremacist’ Knocks Female Bartender UnconsciousA Florida man and self-proclaimed white supremacist with swastika tattoos, knocked a female bartender unconscious at a waterside bar and grill last Friday and it was caught on video.
Biscayne Bay Residents Complain Of Stench After Thousands Of Dead Fish Wash UpCBS4's Jessica Vallejo shares more on the smelly situation.
11-Year-Old Jayla Jones Found SafeMiami police didn't provide more details in her recovery.
Reported Success In Phase 3 Trials For COVID Vaccine As Health Experts Are Skeptical Of Russia's AttemptCBS4's Ty Russell has more on the different vaccine projects being worked on
Tracking The Tropics 8-11-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has the latest on Tropical Depression 11.
WEB EXTRA: President Trump Addresses Democratic VP Nominee Kamala HarrisPresident Trump was asked about Joe Biden's Vice Presidential pick, Sen. Kamala Harris at Tuesday evening's coronavirus press briefing. The president said, "...we’ll see how she works out. She did very, very poorly in the primaries..." and that he was "a little surprised that he picked her."
Miami-Dade Mayoral Candidate 1-On-1: Daniella Levine CavaCBS4's Jim DeFede went one-on-one with the Miami-Dade commissioner.
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Reporter Update: Ted Scouten Checks In On Clover's ProgressReporter Ted Scouten checks in on the progress being made by Clover, a dog who had part of her jaw removed after someone shot her in the mouth.
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten Reports From Miami International AirportTed Scouten reports from Miami International Airport about the situation there during the coronavirus pandemic.
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten On Passengers Getting Sick On Caribbean PrincessTed Scouten reports the Caribbean Princess returned to Port Everglades early after nearly 350 passengers got a gastrointestinal illness.
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten Provides Update On Water Main Break Under Fort Lauderdale New RiverDivers continue to work Monday to fix a 16-inch water main pipe that burst over the weekend 33 feet under the New River.
Reporter Update: Ty Russell Outside Hard Rock Stadium Ahead Of Super Bowl 54Ty Russell reports the stadium is packed with fans, traffic is messy and security is tight.
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten On Fort Lauderdale Sewer Line BreakTed Scouten reports Fort Lauderdale crews are working to repair a break in a 42-inch sewage line at George English Park.
Reporter Update: Lisa Petrillo At Super Bowl Half Time Show Press ConferenceReporter Update: Lisa Petrillo is at the Hilton Miami Downtown for the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show Performers Jennifer Lopez and Shakira press conference.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Doesn't Want To Punt On Fall FootballGov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday continued to pitch the return of college and high-school sports as a safer environment for student-athletes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Big Ten Conference Postpones 2020 Fall Sports Season With Hopes Of Playing In SpringThe Big Ten Conference announced Tuesday that it is postponing the 2020-21 fall sports season. This decision is in response to ongoing health and safety concerns due to COVID-19.
President Donald Trump Slams College Football Cancellations As 'A Tragic Mistake'The President weighed in with his thoughts on the rumors swirling about the potential cancellation of the college football season.
Rumors College Football Season Could Be Canceled Has South Florida Athletes Bracing For What's NextWith the pandemic raging across America and fears of student athletes catching and spreading the virus, there are indications that the governing bodies of the college football teams are leaning towards pulling the plug on the fall season.
After 10 Seasons, Dale Tallon Out As Florida Panthers GMThe Florida Panthers will have a new general manager next season, making the announcement early Monday that Dale Tallon is leaving the franchise after 10 years.
Mets Beat Marlins 4-2 Behind DeGrom, Rookie Giménez
Top Donut Shops In South FloridaDo you love donuts? Who doesn't? Then why not check out our top spots for donuts in South Florida
5 Delightful Doggies To Adopt Now In MiamiInterested in adopting a pet — or just gazing at some lovable pups up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing dogs up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Miami.
Industry Spotlight: Transportation Companies Hiring Big In MiamiMiami's transportation industry is experiencing strong job growth. Local employers posted 166 new jobs over the past week and 634 in the last month, ranking fourth among local industries, according to ZipRecruiter, a leading online employment marketplace.
Apartments For Rent In Miami: What Will $1,400 Get You?Curious just how far your dollar goes in Miami? We've rounded up the latest places for rent via rental sites Zumper and Apartment Guide to get a sense of what to expect when it comes to scoring affordable apartments in Miami if you've got a budget of up to $1,400/month.
Cheapest Apartments For Rent In Downtown, MiamiAccording to rental site Zumper, median rents for a one-bedroom in Downtown are hovering around $1,895, compared to a $1,850 one-bedroom median for Miami as a whole.
The 4 Best Fast Food Spots In MiamiCraving fast food? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top fast-food spots around Miami, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fulfill your urges.