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CBS4 Investigates: Man Accused Of Killing Ryan Rogers Could Have Faced Two Decades In Prison For Prior CrimeA homeless man arrested in Miami, accused of killing Ryan Rogers, an innocent teen in Palm Beach County, could have been sentenced to two decades in prison for a past crime.
Glenneisha Darkins Perseveres During Art Week Despite ChallengesAfter a 2010 car crash, Glenneisha Darkins found purpose in painting and while we all suffered in some way during the pandemic, Glenneisha was left isolated and without the help of her nurse.
New Warning For Parents Regarding Omicron COVID-19 VariantOn Friday evening, CBS4 News spoke to an infectious disease specialist who spent numerous years in South Africa studying rare viruses there.
Miami Boat Show Move In 2022 Could Impact ManateesThe Miami International Boat Show is planning to move from Virginia Key to Downtown Miami Shore next year, and that's causing concern for the safety of manatees.
Video Captures Pompano Beach Shooting, Suspects SoughtThe Broward Sheriff's Office is releasing a new video in hopes of catching two men involved in a shooting in Pompano Beach.
Red, Long-Time Zoo Miami Resident Ostrich Found DeadLong-time Zoo Miami resident, Red, the ostrich, was found dead in his enclosure earlier this week.
Art Of Black Aims To Showcase Diversity In The Arts During Art WeekLe Art Noir: Diversity of Color, on at The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center,  is one of the many and arguably the most eye-catching exhibits in the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau’s program called Art of Black.
Half Of Fort Lauderdale High-Rises Without SprinklersRoughly half of Fort Lauderdale’s buildings do not have sprinkler systems, despite the state switching over to what’s known as Florida Fire Prevention Code, or one fire code for all, back in 2000. 
Facing South Florida To Look Back At Life, Career Of Congresswoman Carrie MeekThis Sunday's Facing South Florida will look back at Congresswoman Carrie Meek.
South Miami Police Chief Rene Landa Alarmed By New Report About Covid-19 And Officers South Miami Police Chief Rene Landa says he is alarmed and troubled by a new published report about how many officers have died as a result of the coronavirus.
Video Helps Identify Accused Porch Pirate In Fort Lauderdale, Suspect May Be Part Of Organized RingAn alert customer was able to help police identify the person accused of taking packages from his porch. That suspect may be a part of a larger organized crime ring, according to authorities.
Efforts to 'Sabotage' Florida Gambling Measure AllegedBackers of a proposed constitutional amendment that could allow casinos in North Florida filed an emergency motion late Thursday seeking an injunction against what they describe as efforts to “sabotage” petition gathering.
Hialeah Couple Accused Of Stealing Lottery Tickets Worth Thousands Of DollarsA Hialeah husband and wife are accused of defrauding the Florida Lottery and a local supermarket.
Jury Deliberations Underway In Dayonte Resiles Murder TrialClosing arguments wrapped up Friday afternoon in the trial of Dayonte Resiles who is accused of the 2014 murder of Jill Halliburton Su and the case has gone to the jury.
New NASA Mission Will Test Lasers As A To Communicate With Future MissionsNASA's upcoming Laser Communications Relay Demonstration could revolutionize the way the agency communicates with future missions across the solar system.
Florida House Leaders Push Back On Redistricting CriticismHouse redistricting leaders are pushing back against criticism by outside groups of draft proposals rolled out this week in the once-a-decade process to redraw congressional and legislative lines.

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CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 12-3-21 11PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.
Glenneisha Darkins Perseveres During Art Week Despite ChallengesCBS4's Frances Wang reports on how after a 2010 car crash, Glenneisha Darkins' work was now featured at the South Dade Black History Center and in the Design District.
Infectious Disease Specialist Fighting Omicron In South Africa Speaks Out On VariantCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on the new coronavirus variant, Omicron, which is causing worldwide concern.
Man Accused Of Killing Ryan Rogers Could Have Faced Two Decades In Prison For Prior CrimeCBS4's Austin Carter reports on Semmie Williams, who was arrested in Miami, accused of killing Ryan Rogers, an innocent teen in Palm Beach County, and could have been sentenced to two decades in prison for a past crime.
WEB EXTRA: Otters Frolic Throughout New Home At Oregon ZooTwo spotted-neck otters were seen frolicking throughout their new home at the Oregon Zoo's African Rainforest habitat recently. Lemmy and Lila arrived at the zoo in November and zookeepers say the otters are full of character.
Manhunt For Parents Of Michigan High School Shooting SuspectDaryll Forges reports on the latest details of the Oxford High
Large Police Scene In PlantationChopper 4 captured a large police presence including SWAT teams in Plantation.
Miami Boat Show Move in 2022 Could Impact ManateesThe Miami International Boat Show is planning to move from Virginia Key to Downtown Miami Shore next year, and that’s causing concern for the safety of manatees.
Broward Sheriff's Office Releases Video In Hopes Of Capturing Suspects In ShootingThe Broward Sheriff's Office is on the search for a shooter that took place in October.
"Red", An Ostrich From Zoo Miami Has DiedThe last remaining ostrich at Zoo Miami, "Red" has died.
Art Of Black Aims To Showcase Diversity In The Arts During Art WeekCBS4's Lisa Petrillo reports on the newly showcased Le Art Noir, which highlights diversity in South Florida.
Facing South Florida To Remember Congresswoman Carrie MeekCBS4's Jim DeFede will devote the entire half-hour to the life and legacy of the former congresswoman.
Half Of Fort Lauderdale High-Rises Without SprinklersCBS4's Joel Waldman report on how a fire ran through a 90-year-old's apartment and how the apartment complex did not have a sprinkler system inside.
South Miami Police Chief Rene Landa Alarmed By New Report About Covid-19 And OfficersSouth Miami Police Chief Rene Landa says he is alarmed and troubled by a new published report about how many officers have died as a result of the coronavirus.

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Miami Police Department Sees Record Number of Applications In HoursThe Miami Police Department is not hiring, at least not since a flood of applicants forced them to close off the process within hours. The reason? Possibly because of the departments' cult following on social media.
Banksy 'Charlie Brown' Sells For $4 Million, While Child Prodigy Thrills Crowd With His ArtworkAt Art Miami and its sister fair Art Context, headlines are being made with the $4 million sale of a 'Charlie Brown' Banksy, a 10-year-old child prodigy is wowing the crowds, and there are some stunning new murals at Wynwood Walls. Lisa Petrillo has it all.
Miami Art Week At Miami Design District, Where Art Is Walkable And FreeWe’re walking and talking all around the Miami Design District known as the place where art meets architecture. Our host is the man who had the vision for it all- founder,  Craig Robins, and on this art week, art is  everywhere “ Free . It’s all free. The idea was that art can also be public. It’s Art, design and architecture.  People can experience the best creativity in the world and not have to have it in their home or on the wall, they can just enjoy it, Robins said.
'Video Music Box' Founder, Hip Hop Influencer Ralph McDaniels Shares His Journey In New Showtime Documentary: 'This Music Is Really Powerful'Showtime documentary 'You're Watching Video Music Box' chronicles the evolution of founder Ralph McDaniel's life and career and the atomic impact his show Video Music Box made on American culture.
Art Basel Puts NFTs And Tech In FocusNot to be ignored, NFT art is growing a big presence at Art Basel.
Art Basel Is Back! Premier Art Fair Returns With More Than 250 Galleries From 36 CountriesTuesday morning was the official invitation-only VIP opening for the 2021 art extravaganza.