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Man's Remains Found In Shallow Grave Behind Miami Gardens HomeA Miami Gardens woman was taken into custody after the remains of a man were found in a shallow grave behind her home.
FDA Authorizes COVID-19 Booster Shots For Children Ages 5 To 11A booster dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 has received emergency use authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration.
Unconfirmed Reports Of Shooting In Cutler Bay Prompts Large Police ResponseMiami-Dade police responded to unconfirmed reports of shots fired in Cutler Bay on Tuesday morning.
Miami Weather: Mostly Sunny, Spotty Afternoon StormsAfter a mostly sunny and dry morning, highs will climb to the upper 80s in the afternoon.
Three Endangered Florida Panthers Struck, Killed This Past WeekOver the past week, three endangered Florida panthers have died after being struck by vehicles.
White House Moves To Loosen Remittance, Flight Rules On CubaThe Biden administration says it will expand flights to Cuba, take steps to loosen restrictions on U.S. travelers to the island, and lift Trump-era restrictions on remittances that immigrants can send to people on the island.
Disney World Rhino Fitted With Fitness TrackerSomeone new is joining the ranks of fitness enthusiasts who monitor the number of steps they take each day with Fitbits and other fitness tracking devices.
'Toughest Job Of My Life': Potential Jurors Questioned In Second Phase Of Jury Selection Process For Parkland School Shooter Nikolas Cruz Penalty TrialThe second phase of the jury selection process of Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz's penalty trial got underway Monday with the attorneys asking questions of potential jurors.
Gov. DeSantis Said Florida Would Take Control Of Disney's Special Taxing DistrictGov. Ron DeSantis said the state, rather than any local government, would take control of a taxing district that benefits Walt Disney Co. when the district is dissolved next year.
Miami Police Locate Missing Woman 68-Year-Old Gwendolyn SpencerThe Miami Police Department has ended its search for 68-year-old Gwendolyn Spencer.
Narciso Torres Identified As Pilot Who Died In Haulover Bridge Plane CrashMiami air traffic controller Narciso Torres has been identified as the pilot of the small plane that crashed on the Haulover Inlet Bridge early Saturday afternoon.
Jeep Driver Issued Citations, Not Charged, In Deadly Rickenbacker Causeway CrashNo charges have been filed after two people were killed while cycling on the Rickenbacker Causeway on Sunday.
MDFR Identifies "Voice In The Rubble" VictimA review by Miami Dade Fire Rescue has concluded that it was 36-year-old Theresa Velasquez, according to a memo obtained by CBS Miami.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Bill That Bans 'Picketing And Protesting' Outside A Person's HomeThe bill will allow law-enforcement officers to charge people with second-degree misdemeanors if they do not peaceably disperse after being warned about protesting.
Former Substitute Teacher Enreeka Nalasco Accused Of Giving Drugs To Teen Girls For Sexual FavorsThe victims’ ages range from 11 to 14.

CBS4 Videos

CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 5-17-22 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
FDA Authorizes COVID-19 Booster Shots For Children Ages 5 To 11A booster dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 has received emergency use authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration as long as it's administered at least five months after completion of the primary vaccine series.
Fall Of Mariupol Appears At Hand; Fighters Leave Steel PlantMore than 260 fighters left the ruins of the Azovstal plant on Monday and turned themselves over to the Russian side.
CBS4 Exclusive: Clever Thieves Using Signals From Key Fobs To Burglarize VehiclesNorth Miami police have recently seen isolated incidents of cars being broken into or stolen, while the owner's key fob sits inside their home. Those incidents happened in the Keystone and Sans Souci neighborhoods.
President Biden Visits Buffalo Mass Shooting MemorialPresident Biden and the First Lady paid their respects outside the site of the mass shooting in Buffalo.
Man's Remains Found In Shallow Grave Behind Miami Gardens HomeA Miami Gardens woman was taken into custody after the remains of a man were found in a shallow grave behind her home.
Police Investigation In Cutler BayMiami-Dade police responded to unconfirmed reports of shots fired in Cutler Bay on Tuesday morning.
CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 5/17/2022CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be a mix of sun and clouds. In the afternoon, some storms will develop that may produce some heavy rain and gusty winds.
20th Anniversary Of Sinking Of The Spiegel Grove Ship Off Key LargoThe ship received international notoriety when it sank prematurely May 17, 2002, and landed with its upside-down bow protruding above the ocean’s surface.
Gov. DeSantis Says State Would Assume Control Of Disney's Special Taxing DistrictGov. DeSantis said the state would take control of a taxing district that benefits Walt Disney Co. when the district is dissolved next year.
CBSMiami.com Weather 5/17/2022 6AMToday will be a mix of sun and clouds, highs in the upper 80s. Spotty afternoon storms possible.
Man's Remans Found In Shallow Grave Behind Miami Gardens HomeDeborah Souverain reports a woman is in custody.

Daily Forecast

Facing South Florida

Facing South Florida: Condo Safety ConcernsJim DeFede’s guest for Sunday’s show was Eric Glazer, one of the state’s leading condo attorneys who has been pushing for years to make condos safer.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Charlie CristCrist is running to be the Democratic gubernatorial nominee and face-off with Gov. Ron DeSantis in November.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Ken RussellJim DeFede went one-on-one with Ken Russell about his just announced run for U.S. Congress against Republican Maria Elvira Salazar.
Facing South Florida: Roe V. WadeJim DeFede went one-on-one with State Sen. Lauren Book following the leak of the Supreme Court decision that shows the court is poised to strike down Roe v. Wade.
Facing South Florida: State Senate District 36 Candidate Michael GriecoCBS4’s Jim DeFede went one-on-one with Grieco, who is seeking the District 36 seat held by Ileana Garcia.
Facing South Florida: Ex Marlins President David SamsonCBS4's Jim DeFede goes one-on-one with former Marlins President David Samson about a new video he made along with filmmaker Billy Corben attacking the city of Miami’s proposed deal with soccer icon David Beckham.
Facing South Florida: Chuck Nadd Locked And Loaded For Campaign To Be State's Next Agriculture CommissionerIn his first television interview, the recently announced Republican candidate for Florida Agriculture Commissioner talks to CBS4's Jim DeFede about his campaign for statewide office in what could be a wild race.
Facing South Florida: Florida RedistrictingState lawmakers will be back in Tallahassee next week, ordered into special session after Gov. Ron DeSantis vetoed the redistricting maps they redrew during the regular session.
Facing South Florida: Condo Safety ReformFrustration is building over the state legislature’s failure to pass anything to make condos safer after the Surfside tragedy.

CBS National News

Biden says "hate will not prevail" after meeting with victims' families in Buffalo"What happened here is simple and straightforward: terrorism. Terrorism. Domestic terrorism," the president said.
Dust devil twirls through Alabama parkA dust devil formed during a youth baseball practice Sunday at a park in Florence, Alabama — with kids running through as it twirled across the infield.
High school student runs sub-4 minute mile, breaking recordGary Martin has gotten extremely close to breaking this record during other track meets this year, but at a meet on Monday, he finally did it.
2022 primaries: The statewide races to watch TuesdayPennsylvania and North Carolina are the two battlegrounds holding primaries, along with Idaho, Kentucky and Oregon.
Pentagon officials testify at first public UFO hearing in more than 50 yearsPentagon officials are testifying about the Defense Department's efforts to organize, analyze and investigate reports of unidentified aerial phenomena.
House Democrats introduce $28 million bill to address baby formula shortageThe funding bill follows an agreement between the FDA and Abbott on the steps the formula manufacturer must take to reopen its Michigan plant.
Passenger who landed plane after pilot collapsed recounts "scariest" momentsDarren Harrison said he had to get home to his wife Britney, who is seven months pregnant with their first child.
Friends and relatives of Buffalo shooting victims share their heartbreakFriends and relatives of the victims in Saturday's mass shooting in Buffalo share their heartbreak as new details emerge. Jericka Duncan reports.
Eye Opener: Baby formula manufacturer reaches deal with regulators to end shortageThe baby formula manufacturer behind the nation's supply shortage has made a deal with the FDA to reopen its largest plant. Also, President Biden and the first lady are scheduled to visit mourning families in Buffalo after a mass shooting left 10 people dead and three others injured. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener.

CBS World News

Thanks to sanctions, some new Russian cars may lack airbagsShortages due to sanctions over the Ukraine war see safety requirements dropped and environmental standards reverted to what they were in 1988.
100,000 now officially missing as drug gang violence soars in MexicoRights groups are calling for "immediate" action from the government to locate the disappeared, but the problem is only getting worse.
Queen pays surprise visit to mark new London subway line named after herThe 96-year-old monarch's in-person appearance ahead of celebrations to mark her 70-year reign came after a cancelation blamed on "mobility problems."
Wheat prices soar as India heat wave and Ukraine war squeeze suppliesExperts fear climate change-driven food shortages and inflation could lead to famine, insecurity and economic recession across the globe.
Russian seizure of Mariupol complete as Ukrainian troops leave steelworksUkraine's president says the evacuation to separatist-controlled territory was needed to save "Ukrainian heroes" after weeks of bombardment. Russia calls it a surrender.
Devastation to small communities in eastern Ukraine continuesDebora Patta visits the towns and villages around Kharkiv, Ukraine. She reports on the Russian offensive in the east that military analysts predict is failing.
Pregnant woman from viral Ukraine hospital bombing photo speaks out"I received threats that they would come and find me, that I would be killed, that my child would be cut into pieces."
Queen Elizabeth II through the yearsA look at the extraordinary life of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest reigning monarch.
Ukrainian forces destroy bridges to slow Russian offensiveA regional military governor said on Monday that Ukrainian special forces blew up Russian-held railway bridges in the Luhansk region as part of efforts to slow the Russian offensive.