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Hialeah Man Remains In Jail For Deadly Attack On Elderly Boca Raton WomanA Hialeah man remains in jail without bond, charged with beating an elderly woman and setting her on fire while he was on a delivery for a major appliance chain.
Tap This Way! Miami-Dade Transit Launches New, Easier Option To Pay For MetrorailIt’s getting easier to ride Metrorail as Miami-Dade Transit launches contactless payment.
South Florida Student-Athlete Allowed To Return To Field After Being Banned From All SportsA South Florida student-athlete at Christopher Columbus High School is being allowed to compete once more after being banned from all sports earlier in the year.
Police Show Up In Force To Escort Child Of Fallen Officer On First Day Of School In PinecrestThe first day of school for most students is always memorable whether it’s the first day of kindergarten or the first day of high school.
South Florida Actor With Down Syndrome, Zack Gottsagen, On His Starring Role In 'The Peanut Butter Falcon'SXSW Film Festival audience award-winner The Peanut Butter Falcon, stars Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson and newcomer Zack Gottsagen. Gottsagen, who calls South Florida home, has Down syndrome.
Health Alert Issued At Two Plantation Canals After Blue-Green Algal Blooms SpottedThe Florida Department of Health recently put up health alert signs at two canals in the city of Plantation alerting residents of small blue green algal blooms in the canals and the presence of a toxin in the water.
Pan Am Games Protesters Put On Probation For 12 MonthsTwo U.S. athletes have been placed on probation for 12 months for their political protests last week at the Pan Am Games.
Study: Cannabis Chemical May Have 'Major Impact' On Pancreatic Cancer TreatmentA chemical found in the cannabis plant has demonstrated "significant therapy potential" in treatment of pancreatic cancer, according to researchers from Harvard University’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Mother Says Child Protective Services Impostors Tried To 'Snatch My Kid'A mother in Washington state says two strangers posing as Child Protective Services agents showed up at her house Monday and tried to take her 4-year-old son away from her.
Brightline President Patrick Goddard Joins Us In StudioPatrick Goddard, President of Brightline, joins us in the studio to talk about the train service.
Health Alert Issued At Two Plantation CanalsThe Florida Department of Health recently put up health alert signs at two canals in the city of Plantation alerting residents of small blue-green algal blooms in the canals and the presence of a toxin in the water.
Police Show Up In Force To Escort Child Of Fallen OfficerThe first day of school for most students is always memorable whether it’s the first day of kindergarten or the first day of high school.
Contactless PaymentMiami-Dade transit launches contactless payment for Metrorail.
Student-Athlete Allowed To Return To Field After Being Banned From All SportsA South Florida student-athlete at Christopher Columbus High School is being allowed to compete once more after being banned from all sports earlier in the year.
Boy Injured By Possible Shark Bite Off Fort Lauderdale BeachAn 11-year-old Canadian boy, on vacation with his family, was apparently bitten by a shark Wednesday morning off the beach in Fort Lauderdale.
Former Sweetwater Officer Files Lawsuit Claiming PTSD In Aftermath Of FIU Bridge CollapseIn the moments after the FIU bridge collapse, many people were running away from the scene.
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Reporter Update: Ted Scouten On The Closing Of South Florida Landmark Laurenzo's Italian MarketSouth Florida landmark Laurenzo's Italian Market is closing its doors for the final time Wednesday after 69 years in business.
Reporter Update: Peter D'Oench Exclusive Interview With Jay'lin SmithReporter Update - Peter D'Oench got an exclusive interview with Jay'lin Smith, the seven year old Miami boy who was hit by a car whose driver sped off.
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten On Brazilian Peppertree EradicationReporter Ted Scouten was in Davie this morning for the release of dozens of vials of thrips which officials say will reduce the growth of the invasive Brazilian peppertree plant by 80 percent. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/2k1GUhb
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten On Corals Collected Off Key West & Transported To UMTed Scouten reports the Coral Rescue Project has collected more than 400 corals from the Dry Tortugas National Park off of Key West and transported them to the University of Miami for safe keeping.
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten On Fort Lauderdale's July 4th Beach BashTed Scouten reports thousands are having fun at Fort Lauderdale's July 4th Beach Bash
Reporter Update: Carey Codd Behind The Scene Of Democratic DebateCarey Codd goes behind the scenes before Wednesday night's first debate of Democratic presidential candidates.
Reporter Update: Peter D'Oench On Doral Police Officer Shot During Training ExercisePeter D'Oench reports a Doral police sergeant was shot during a training exercise.
CBS Sports HQ's Fantasy Football Telethon ReturnsCBS Sports HQ's second annual live Fantasy Football Telethon will include expert advice from NFL experts, along with Q&As with former players.
'Nobody Ever Won A Super Bowl Training In Davie': Miami Gardens Mayor On Groundbreaking Of New Dolphins Training FacilityThe Miami Dolphins broke ground Wednesday on a brand new training facility in Miami Gardens.
Freeman's 2 Homers, 4 RBIs Carry Braves Past Marlins 5-1Atlanta slugger Freddie Freeman homered twice in Tuesday night's game against the Marlins, driving in 4 runs. Marlins lost 5-1.
Was Miami Dolphins Coach Brian Flores Sending A Message Via Jay-Z Songs?Subtle or not so subtle? That is the question surrounding the Miami Dolphins' latest featured musical artist at practice, hip hop mogul Jay-Z.
Dolphins' Owner Stephen Ross No Longer A Member Of NFL Committee On Social JusticeMiami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is no longer a member of the NFL committee focused on social justice.
Miami Temporarily Shuts Down Melreese Country Club, Site Of Proposed Beckham Soccer Stadium, Due To Soil ConcernsLate Tuesday afternoon, the city of Miami decided to close Melreese Country Club until further notice after concerns over excessive levels of arsenic and debris in the soil were highlighted in a new environmental report put together on behalf of the Beckham soccer group, which plans to build a soccer stadium on the site.
Back To School: Miami's Top-Rated & Most Improved Public High SchoolsHow strong are the public high schools in Miami?
Bars With Great Rum Selections In MiamiWith its close proximity and cultural ties to Cuba, Miami is no stranger to top-notch rum. Add to that a world-renowned party scene, and it’s no surprise that many of the best bars and rum selections abound throughout the city.
Explore The 3 Freshest New Businesses To Debut In MiamiWant to explore the newest restaurant and retail additions to Miami? From a New American restaurant to a vegan spot, read on for the newest hot spots to open around town.
Want To Adopt A Pet? Here Are 6 Lovable Pups To Adopt Now In MiamiLooking to add a new companion to the family? There are dozens of delightful doggies up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Miami, so you won't have to look far to find the perfect new pal.
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