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Man Held Without Bond In Killing Of Baby, Babysitter In Coral SpringsThe man accused of going on a chaotic and deadly crime spree throughout North Broward County Friday, faced a judge Saturday on some of the charges and was denied bond.
Report: South Florida Counties Have High COVID Levels, Despite CDC NumbersMiami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties have high COVID-19 community levels, despite the most recent data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control showing the region having medium levels, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Saturday.
COVID-19 Testing Site FinderNeed a COVID-19 test? Here are the links for Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe Counties.
Some Jif Peanut Butter Products Linked To Salmonella CasesConsumers should double-check their jars of Jif peanut butter amid a recall, the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say.
Three South Floridians To Spend 18 Years Behind Bars In Fraud Scheme Involving Baby FormulaThree South Florida residents have been sentenced to 18 years in prison after being found guilty of running an elaborate fraud scheme that cheated U.S. manufacturers of infant formula, eye-care products, and other FDA-regulated items out of more than $100 million.
43 Cubans Repatriated Following Interdictions Off Florida KeysThe US Coast Guard announced Saturday they had repatriated 43 Cubans back to the island nation, following four interdictions off the Florida Keys.
Florida Bills Limit Roof Refusal By Insurers, Add New FundLegislation proposed by Florida lawmakers for a special session in the upcoming week to reform the state's property insurance market would create a $2 billion reinsurance fund and prohibit insurers from automatically denying coverage to homeowners with older roofs.
Florida Gator Hunt Lottery Draws Record ApplicantsA record number of applicants sought permits for alligator hunting this year, though they had to wait an extra day to find out if they won a lottery for the permits.
Fatal Oakland Park Crash Involving 3 Vehicles Under InvestigationA fatal overnight Oakland Park crash involving three vehicles is under investigation Saturday morning.
Florida's Jobless Rate Dips To 3 PercentFlorida’s unemployment rate dropped to 3 percent in April, while Gov. Ron DeSantis continues to warn about high gasoline prices and a potential recession that he blames on federal economic policies.
Woman Hospitalized In Fort Lauderdale ShootingFort Lauderdale Police detectives are investigating an early morning shooting that sent a woman to the hospital.
Miami-Dade County Implements Cyclist Safety Measures Along Rickenbacker CausewayMiami-Dade County officials announced they will be conducting cyclist safety measures with "high-visibility traffic details" along the Rickenbacker Causeway this weekend.
Miami-Dade Launches Building Blocks Fund For Affordable HousingThe money raised will go to affordable housing developers who have projects in the works but are lacking the money needed to complete the buildings they're working on.
Here Are Some Money-Saving Tips You Can Follow To Avoid That Pain At The PumpWhen you are on the highway, stick to the speed limit and avoid aggressive driving. Pressing on that gas pedal will only burn gas at a faster rate.
Miami Weather: Muggy, Hot Weekend AheadA very warm weekend is expected across South Florida as tropical moisture pushes north and a layer of Saharan air moves in.
Former Miami-Dade Police Officer Sentenced To Life In PrisonA former Miami-Dade police officer was sentenced to life in prison after he was convicted of molesting girls.


Miami-Dade Launches Building Blocks Fund For Affordable HousingAnother step to help tackle the housing crisis in Miami-Dade. Weather @ Your Desk 5-21-22 9AMCBS4 News' Austin Carter's weather outlook for South Florida. Weather @ Your Desk 5-20-22 11PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Brightline Celebrates Third BirthdayFriday, Brightline celebrates its three-year anniversary mark.
Coral Springs Police: 3 Separate Crime Scene Tied To One SuspectCBS4's Joe Gorchow reports on how authorities in Coral Springs believe three separate crime scenes all trace back to one suspect.
Flooding Left As Storms Take Over South FloridaCBS4's Karli Barnett reports on the flooding left behind in Broward County after a day full of storms.
Coral Springs Police: 3 Separate Crime Scene Tied To One SuspectAuthorities in Coral Springs believe three separate crime scenes all trace back to one suspect and on Friday, a 35-year-old man is in custody while law enforcement looks to connect the dots.
Brightline Celebrates Third BirthdayFriday, Brightline celebrates its three-year anniversary mark.
Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Pembroke Pines Dr. Antonio Wong Stays True To His RootsCBS4's Marybel Rodriguez reports on how Dr. Antonio Wong is staying true to his roots while saving lives.
Storm Impact In South FloridaCBS4's Jacqueline Quynh reports on the Friday storms in South Florida have impacted the roads.
Surfside Building Collapse Site To Be Sold For $120 MillionThe site of the Surfside building collapse will be sold to a billionaire for 120 million.
Convicted Killer Dayonte Resiles Sentenced To Life In Murder Of Jill Halliburton SuDayonte Resiles has been sentenced to life behind bars for the murder of Jill Halliburton Su.
New YMCA Opens On Historical Ground in Fort LauderdaleA brand new YMCA facility in Fort Lauderdale’s Sistrunk Corridor opened Friday morning.
Florida's Hurricane Sales Tax Holiday Begins Next SaturdayFloridians can buy certain hurricane supplies without paying taxes begins Saturday, May 28 and extends through Friday, June 10.