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Attorney: School Gunman Nikolas Cruz To Plead Guilty To Massacre; Parkland Families ReactSelf-confessed Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz will plead guilty to murder in the 2018 mass shooting that killed 17 students and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School his lawyer told a judge on Friday.
Nikolas Cruz Pleads Guilty In BSO Jail Guard AttackBroward Judge Elizabeth Scherer has accepted a guilty plea from self-confessed Parkland massacre shooter Nikolas Cruz on four felony charges in his jail battery case and guilty pleas are expected next week in the deadly school shooting.
Parkland Survivor David Hogg On Potential Guilty Plea: 'It's Horrific That Our Community Has To Continue Going Through This'Parkland survivors want justice, but also focus to stay on gun violence.
Desperate & Asking For Help, Family Left Homeless By Fire In LauderhillA family from Ohio, living in Lauderhill, was left homeless by a house fire.
Florida Task Force Makes Recommendations On Condo SafetyFlorida legislators should overhaul the state's condominium laws, according to a task force report prepared by a section of the Florida Bar.
White Cane Day Celebrates Achievements Of Visually ImpairedWhite Cane Day is a national observance established more than 50 years ago by former President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment Coming Soon?COVID is still limiting the economic recovery for millions of Americans. Would a fourth stimulus check help?
City Of Miami Comes Under Scrutiny For Reasons Behind Firing Police Chief Art AcevedoOne by one, the City of Miami commissioners voted in favor of firing Police Chief Art Acevedo. Now, the City of Miami is under scrutiny for the reasons behind its decision to fire the chief of police.
Exclusive: South Florida Children Speak Out About Their Moderna VaccinationsChildren who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus under a nationwide trial and their parents are speaking out, saying they are grateful for inoculations that will protect them.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Offers State Ports To Help End Supply-Chain CrisisOn Friday, Governor Ron DeSantis offered Florida's ports to help bring the supply crisis to an end.
Congratulations To Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Recruit Class 147 GraduationThe Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department welcomed 23 new members to the team at the Recruit Class 147 graduation ceremony on Friday.
Higher Pay Requested For Florida Highway Patrol TroopersIncreased pay to retain members of the Florida Highway Patrol is a top legislative priority of the state Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
Expect Street Closures In Downtown Miami During Saturday's Susan G. Komen Race For The CureThis year's South Florida Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure will take place Saturday.
Wounded Warriors Find Therapy In Dolphins and Florida Keys Motorcycle RideA unique motorcycle riding experience through the Florida Keys is providing welcomed camaraderie, emotional and mental rejuvenation, and dolphin therapy for a group of veterans as part of a Wounded Warrior Project program called Rolling Project Odyssey.
The Return Of Art Basel Miami Beach Is Great News For Local ArtistsLocal Artists depend on Art Basel Miami to generate crowds of buyers who not only attend the main show but also visit local galleries and shows and afford local artists the ability to show and sell their works of art.
Feds Say Judge Should Toss Florida Gambling Law ChallengePresident Joe Biden’s administration is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Florida pari-mutuel operators challenging a 30-year gambling agreement reached by Gov. Ron DeSantis that gives the Seminole Tribe control over sports betting throughout the state.

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CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 10-15-21 11PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.
Family Left Homeless By Fire In Lauderhill Asking For HelpA family from Ohio, living in Lauderhill, was left homeless by a house fire.
Parkland Families React To Nikolas Cruz's Expected Guilty PleaAttorneys for the self-confessed Parkland school shooter will plead guilty to murder in the 2018 mass shooting that killed 17 students and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Nikolas Cruz Pleads Guilty In BSO Jail Guard Attack“I am guilty,” said self-confessed Parkland Massacre shooter Nikolas Cruz in front of Broward Judge Elizabeth Scherer.  
Mother Of Parkland Victim Remembers Her SonLinda Beigel, the mother of Scott Beigel, says she will celebrate her son's memory forever.
White Cane DayWhite Cane Day celebrates the achievements of the visually impaired.
The Return Of Art Basel Miami Beach Is Great News For Local ArtistsWorking on her art, the artist who goes by the name Elidea feels the excitement. It has been a busy time for the Italian-born artist who now calls Miami home.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Offers State Ports To Help End Supply-Chain CrisisThe supply chain crisis is impacting businesses and consumers throughout the country.
City Of Miami Comes Under Scrutiny For Reasons Behind Firing Police Chief Art AcevedoOne by one, the City of Miami commissioners voted in favor of firing Police Chief Art Acevedo. Now, the City of Miami is under scrutiny for the reasons behind its decision to fire the chief of police.
Parkland Family Members Sound Off On Nikolas CruzCBS4's Joan Murray talks to Parkland families sound off on Nikolas Cruz.
Nikolas Cruz Pleads Guilty In BSO Jail Guard Attack“I am guilty,” said self-confessed Parkland Massacre shooter Nikolas Cruz in front of Broward Judge Elizabeth Scherer.  
Exclusive: South Florida Children Speak Out About Their Moderna VaccinationsChildren who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus under a nationwide trial and their parents are speaking out, saying they are grateful for inoculations that will protect them.
Wounded Warriors Find Therapy In Dolphins and Florida Keys Motorcycle RideA unique motorcycle riding experience through the Florida Keys is providing welcomed camaraderie, emotional and mental rejuvenation, and dolphin therapy for a group of veterans as part of a Wounded Warrior Project program called Rolling Project Odyssey. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Expert On What Is Next For Nikolas CruzAttorney Richard Rosenbaum sheds light on what is next for Nikolas Cruz.

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The Return Of Art Basel Miami Beach Is Great News For Local ArtistsLocal Artists depend on Art Basel Miami to generate crowds of buyers who not only attend the main show but also visit local galleries and shows and afford local artists the ability to show and sell their works of art.
Taste of the Town Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month At Puerto Sagua Miami BeachYou’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time at Puerta Sagua located on the corner of Collins Avenue and 7th Street on Miami Beach. 
'Hello Gorgeous' Exhibit Features Never-Before-Seen Treasured Archives Of Barbra Streisand At Jewish Museum Of Florida FIUIt’s a glamourous glimpse inside  the first steps of stardom for legendary entertainer Barbra Streisand . This one-of-a-kind exhibit at Jewish Museum of Florida FIU on South Beach is called "Hello Gorgeous!" The exhibit debuted in New York  before Covid. It's an ecletic collection of costumes, photos, videos, album covers and other objects.
Renowned French Artist & Muralist, Mantra, Debuts Metamorphis At GGA Gallery At Wynwood WallsSet in a rainforest backdrop, Mantra, whose real name is Yuri Cansell is presenting his first-ever gallery showing.  Known for his beautiful murals on buildings across the globe, the French-born painter is a self-taught street artist who has always been at one with nature. Butterflies are his muse. The exhibit features 14 paintings of butterflies from around the world. Places where Mantra has studied them. From the U.S to Costa Rica, Mexico and more.
Superman's Son Comes Out As Bisexual In New ComicDC Comics announced Monday that its new Superman, Jon Kent, is coming out as bisexual in a comic scheduled for November, marking a landmark moment for the publisher. Jon has taken on the mantle of Superman after his father, Clark Kent.
South Florida Business Owner Iman Kawa Faced Pandemic Challenges, Created Popular Cookie CompanyA local business owner was able to face the challenges of the pandemic and created one of South Florida's most popular cookie companies.