- Sun Returns In Time For The WeekendMake sure your plans match the weather
- Broward Looking At 'Blended Learning' ApproachCourses would be delivered both in-person and online
- Tough Times Ahead For CharitiesSome will have to cut staff while others might close entirely
- Coronavirus Q&AUniversity of Miami President Julio Frenk discusses campus changes
- ‘Electricity In The Atmosphere’NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine explained the reason for the scrubbed launch
From Cuts To Closures, Tough Times Ahead For South Florida’s CharitiesSince the coronavirus pandemic began, many of South Florida’s charities have stepped up. But tough times could be coming for our nonprofits.
Exclusive: Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie Explains Possible ‘Blended Learning’ Model For Next School YearAs beaches and businesses slowly begin to reopen school officials across South Florida are working out how they plan to keep students safe when school begins next year.
Coronavirus Q&A: UM President Julio Frenk Discusses Campus Changes To Keep Students SafeCOVID-19 is forcing dramatic changes at the University of Miami, where there are big questions about what the fall semester will look like.
Miami-Dade County To Receive $100M In Federal Funding For Transit ProjectsMiami-Dade County is set to receive $100 million in funding for transit projects.
Last Flight Out Of Brazil Makes It To Miami Before Coronavirus RestrictionsThe last passengers from Brazil straggled into Miami International Airport before stringent coronavirus restrictions kicked in.
Ready To Hit The Beach? Rules, Enforcement Discussed By Miami Beach City CommissionOn Monday, June 1, beaches will open again in Miami-Dade. Thursday morning, City Miami Beach Commissioners held a special meeting through Zoom to discuss rules and guidelines for beaches, based on mandates from the county.
Broadband Bill Goes To DeSantisA proposal that would set aside up to $5 million a year for broadband services to accompany controversial highway corridors was among 19 House bills forwarded to Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday.
Federal Judge Strikes Down ‘Florida's Pay-To-Vote System’ In a major victory, a federal judge just struck down "Florida's pay-to-vote system."
Gov. Ron DeSantis Blasts Health Dept. Worker Rebekah Jones Fired In Data DisputeGovernor Ron DeSantis addressed the removal of a state employee who helped create the state's COVID-19 dashboard.
Florida's Marco Rubio Named Acting Chair Of Senate Intelligence CommitteeFlorida Senator Marco Rubio has a new title. He's the temporary chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Republican leaders announced Monday, taking charge of the panel at a time of turnover and tension in the nation's intelligence community.
Judge Rejects Former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel's LawsuitFormer Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel’s due-process rights were not violated when the Florida Senate refused to reinstate the veteran law enforcement official after Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended him from office, a federal judge has ruled.
Florida Justices Weigh Recreational Marijuana ProposalThe state's Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments about a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow people to use recreational marijuana.
Reopening Florida: Disney World Planning To Reopen In Mid-July But Should You Go?Disney World fans have been waiting for months to return to the "most magical place on earth" but is it safe?
Zoo Miami Reopens Wednesday To Members, June 1 To The PublicAs South Florida slowly begins to reopen under ‘New Normal’ guidelines, Zoo Miami reopens Wednesday to members and on June 1 to the public.
‘King Of Miami Nightlife’ David Grutman Focused On Getting His Restaurants In Tiptop Shape For ReopeningAs managing partner of two of Miami's hottest nightclubs, LIV and Story, David Grutman has become as big as the celebrities he runs with.
Tired Of Take Out? Cities Of Miami, Miami Beach, & Hialeah Reopening Restaurants WednesdayTired of take out? Don't want to pay for delivery anymore? The cities of Miami, Miami Beach and Hialeah are moving to the next phase of reopening Wednesday, allowing restaurants to reopen their doors to customers again for the first time since March 16, when dining rooms were closed to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
'Rob Gronkowski & Venus Williams Were Game For Everything': Ian Karmel On CBS's 'Game On' & 'The Late Late Show With James Corden'The comedian and writer discusses CBS's new game show and what it's been like working with James Corden on his late night show.
Walt Disney World Theme Parks Propose Mid-July Reopening, SeaWorld Seeks June 11Disney World and SeaWorld Orlando presented their plans for phased reopenings before an Orange County task force on Wednesday. If approved, Disney World’s Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom would begin reopening on July 11 and Epcot and Hollywood Studios would reopen July 15. SeaWorld is looking to reopen on June 11.
Robotic Cats Are ‘Purr-fect’ Companions for Seniors Isolated Due to COVID-19The companionship of a pet makes social distancing and isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic a bit easier to tolerate. But for some people, caring for a pet is difficult which is why robotic cats are the "purr-fect” solution.
Florida Defends Constitutionality Of Pot LawAs the state Supreme Court ponders a high-stakes challenge to a 2017 medical marijuana law, attorneys for Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration have filed an additional brief disputing that the measure is an unconstitutional “special” law.
Coronavirus At-A-Glance 5-28-20Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11:30 a.m.. on May 28, 2020.
Mosquito-Borne Illness Alert For Miami-Dade After New Case Of West Nile VirusThe Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County has issued a mosquito-borne illness alert after another confirmed case of West Nile virus.
Coronavirus At-A-Glance 5-27-20Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11:30 a.m. on May 27, 2020.
Child Immunizations In Florida Drop Amid Covid-19 PandemicThe number of vaccinations administered to children during the COVID-19 pandemic has sharply decreased, leading to worries among pediatricians about public-health consequences if something isn’t done to reverse the trend
'Kinda Crazy': Gamers Making Six Figures Per Month During Coronavirus PandemicThe gaming industry is booming during the coronavirus pandemic and some of those who stream their games for others to watch are cashing in.
How To Disinfect Your Cell Phone During The Coronavirus OutbreakIt’s no secret phones can get pretty dirty over time. Whatever you touch with your hands – food, bacteria, dust -- can be transferred to your cell phone making it a mobile petri dish. So how do you keep your phones clean and sanitized in the age of the coronavirus?
Coral Reef Senior High Remote Learning Class Gets 'Zoom-Bombed' As Popular App Faces Questions Over Privacy, SecurityWith so many people staying home and working remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic, usage of the video conference app Zoom, is spiking. However, the increase in its popularity is leading to a wave of scrutiny over security and privacy concerns and then there is the issue of “Zoom-bombing.”
Facebook Security Breach As Millions Of Accounts Exposed OnlineAnother security breach at Facebook.
Facebook, Instagram Outrage Across The Country On ThanksgivingUsers across South Florida and the rest of United States are reporting a major Facebook outage on Thanksgiving.
Summit In Downtown Miami Focuses On Future Of Automated VehiclesThe Florida Automated Vehicles Summit is taking place this week in downtown Miami.
Police precinct torched as protests rage in MinneapolisThe Minnesota National Guard was activated and sent 500 soldiers to the Minneapolis twin city of St. Paul and surrounding communities to help control the situation.
Transcript of 911 call on George Floyd releasedFloyd, 46, died after a police officer kept his knee on his neck for several minutes while he cried out that he couldn't breathe.
Trump: "When the looting starts, the shooting starts"His tough talk in a tweet on the Minneapolis unrest and in one criticizing Minneapolis' mayor was quickly rebuked.
Executive order takes aim at social media companiesThe president and attorney general said the administration is working on legislation, too.
At least 7 shot in Louisville during Breonna Taylor protests"Please go home, be safe, and be ready to keep fighting," Juniyah Palmer, Taylor's sister, said in a video address to protesters.
Pandemic historian criticizes Trump administration's COVID responseJohn Barry, an expert on the 1918 influenza pandemic, spoke with Major Garrett for this week's episode of "The Takeout" podcast.
Biden refers to George Floyd's death as an "open wound"He said at a virtual fundraiser, "We need to make sure justice is real for the Floyd family, that the protections and the rule of law are real for every American."
Nationwide protests over George Floyd's deathThe death of George Floyd — the Minnesota man who died after a police officer kept his knee on his neck — has sparked widespread outrage and days of protests.
CBS Evening News, May 28, 2020National Guard activated in Minneapolis after unrest; Veteran's death highlights pandemic's effect on mental health
Zoo worker mauled in "harrowing" attack by lionsThe 35-year-old woman suffered serious head and neck injuries after being attacked by 2 male lions.
These women say they had miscarriages. Now they're in jail for abortion.In El Salvador, the law is clear: If you have an abortion, you go to jail. But many women say they were wrongfully convicted. Could it happen in the U.S.?
Nurse and doctor get married in the hospital where they workThey had to cancel their original wedding plans due to coronavirus, but the two frontline workers still found a way to tie the knot.
Ancient Roman mosaic floor unearthed in Italian vineyardArcheologists discovered the long-sought-after tiles just one week after returning from coronavirus closures.
Trump offers to mediate "raging" standoff between China and IndiaThe Asian giants have long feuded over their Himalayan border, and while thousands of troops are reportedly involved, analysts don't foresee disaster.
China ignores U.S. threats and claims new powers over Hong KongTrump administration warned Beijing's adoption of new laws in Hong Kong would bring "significant consequences." But China never flinched.
Life and death in an Ebola hot-zone in war-ravaged CongoCBS News' Debora Patta gets a harrowing look as doctors battle the clock and a killer disease to save lives — a fight they simply can't always win.
TikTok video helps reunite Indian family with dad missing for 2 years"We both burst into tears when we first saw each other. He asked me to come and take him home, signalling in his own way," the man's son said.
COVID-19 forces top Paris restaurants to turn to takeoutSome world-class French chefs find that while adapting fine dining for home dining purposes presents challenges, it can also serve up opportunities amid the pandemic. CBS News' Elaine Cobbe reports from Paris.