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Brightline Trains Begin Rolling Again Next MonthThe South Florida express trains will return to service on November 8th between its Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach stations.
Human Remains Found Near Site Where Brian Laundrie's Items Found; Sarasota Medical Examiner To Examine RemainsThe Sarasota County medical examiner has been called to the site of the Brian Laundrie manhunt, their office confirmed to CBS News.
Tri-Rail Returns To Full Schedule Next WeekAfter about a year and a half of running reduced service due to the pandemic, Tri-Rail will return to a full schedule beginning next week.
Florida Judge Refuses To Toss Out Mask Rule ChallengeAn administrative law judge Wednesday rejected a request by the Florida Department of Health to dismiss a challenge by six school boards to a rule that seeks to prevent student mask mandates during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pompano Beach Teen Accused Of Making School ThreatA Fort Lauderdale high school student accused of making school threats online has been charged.
'We Want Him Dead, We Want Him Forgotten': Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz's Apology Falls Flat With Victims FamiliesRelatives of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre shook their heads or broke down in tears on Wednesday morning as gunman Nikolas Cruz pled guilty to 17 counts of murder and 17 counts of attempted first-degree murder and then apologized to the victims in a short speech.
West Park Puppy Theft Led To ShootoutA shootout over a pair of purloined puppies happened in West Park on Monday night.
Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz Pleads Guilty To All Counts In School MassacreIt's a day many in the Parkland community and across South Florida have been waiting for.
Hunter Moon Shines Bright As Orionid Meteors Whiz By In Night SkyLook to the sky on Wednesday night for the Hunter’s Moon.
'I Can't Live With Myself Sometimes': Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz Apologizes To Victims' Families After Pleading Guilty To School MassacreConfessed Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz pleaded guilty on Wednesday in the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the deadliest ever at a U.S. high school, and apologized to the victims’ families.
Florida Manatee Deaths Rise As Pollutants Kill SeagrassManatees deaths are on the rise along Florida's east coast because algae blooms and contaminants are killing the seagrass the beloved sea mammals eat, a wildlife official told a House committee Tuesday.
Look Up South Florida! Orionid Meteor Shower On Display This MonthHey stargazers, look up.  The Orionid meteor shower is underway now until November 7.
Missing Miami Woman Yennyfer Rodriguez FoundMiami police say have found 35-year-old Yennyfer Rodriguez who was reported missing earlier this week.
Arrest Affidavit: Accused Hollywood Cop Killer Jason Banegas Claims He Was Trying To Kill Himself In Struggle With Slain Officer Yandy ChirinoAccused cop killer Jason Banegas claimed he was trying to shoot and kill himself in a fatal struggle with officer Yandy Chirino, according to the arrest affidavit.
COVID-19 Testing Sites In South FloridaNot feeling well? COVID-19 cases are on the rise and lines at testing centers are getting long again. Here's a list of testing sites in South Florida.
COVID-19 Vaccination Sites In South FloridaWith the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in Florida, here is a list of locations where you can get the vaccine in South Florida.

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WEB EXTRA: Colorful Skulls Decorate Mexico City Park for Day of the DeadWATCH: These colorful skulls are on display at a Mexico City park in preparation for Day of the Dead. The skulls are decorated in a style that honors famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Day of the Dead begins November 1.
WEB EXTRA: Barbers Give Clients Unique, Artistic HaircutsHAIR ART: Check out these creative designs that two barbers in India are cutting right into people's hair.
WEB EXTRA: Kitten Rescued From Side Of Texas HighwayWATCH police and animal control officers rescue this kitten off the side of a highway in Fort Worth, TX. FWPD shared the video Friday (10/15) and said “the little guy is in good hands” at a local animal care and control center.
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Attorney Richard Rosenbaum On What To Expect Next For Nikolaus CruzRosenbaum said Nikolaus Cruz's apology won't hold any weight during the penalty phase.
Parkland School Shooting Survivor Anthony Borges On Nikolaus Cruz ApologyAnthony Borges said Cruz made his decision and must now face the consequences.
Emotional Day For Parkland Shooting Victims' Families At Nikolaus Cruz HearingJoan Murray reports Nikolaus Cruz pleaded guilty to all counts, many of the victims' families support him getting the death penalty.
Parkland School Shooter Nikolaus Cruz Pled Guilty, Apologized To Victims' FamiliesAustin Carter reports Nikolas Cruz pleaded guilty to 17 counts of premeditated murder and 17 counts of attempted murder stemming from the February 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Florida Manatee Deaths Rise As Pollutants Kill SeagrassManatees deaths are on the rise along Florida's east coast because algae blooms and contaminants are killing the seagrass the beloved sea mammals eat, a wildlife official told a House committee Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: Nikolas Cruz Apologizes For Parkland MassacreDuring his change of plea hearing in which he plead guilty to all counts of the Parkland school massacre, Nikolas Cruz took a moment to apologize.
WEB EXTRA: Nikolas Cruz Pleads Guilty To All Counts In Parkland School MassacreNikolas Cruz has pleaded guilty to 17 counts of murdrer and 17 counts of attempted murder in the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school in Feb. 2018.
CBS4 Forecast For Wednesday 10/20/2021CBS4 meteorologist Jennifer Correa says today will be partly cloudy with an easterly breeze.
Bonded By Tragedy: 30 Days In SurfsideAfter the tragic Surfside building collapse, where did families go for answers? From inside the daily briefing room, CBS4 News reveals heavy moments the public never got to see, and emotional stories our community never got to hear, all from loved ones and first responders. Watch the CBS4 News one-hour original, Bonded By Tragedy: 30 Days In Surfside, Wednesday at 7PM on CBS4.
West Park Traffic Stop Led To Drug ArrestJuan Green is facing several charges including trafficking synthetic amphetamines.

Entertainment

From Red Carpet Runways To Hospital Hallways, Miami-Designer René Ruiz Designs Transplant Recovery Gowns For PatientsFor more than two decades, Miami fashion designer René Ruiz has designed glamorous gowns worn by celebrities and public figures at red carpet events, galas, and runway shows. But now, Ruiz is going from the red carpet to hospital hallways designing transplant recovery gowns.
Walt Disney World Debuts "Genie" And "Genie+" Which Create Customized Daily ItinerariesYou may not get three wishes, but Walt Disney World is giving park guests their very own Genie.
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.