- Hot, Humid With Passing ShowersMake sure your plans match the weather
- High-Powered SeizureHigh-powered guns, ammo seized from SW Dade home
- Supt. Carvalho Defends Donation To FoundationCarvalho called it a "recognition" of district's hard-working teachers
- Tons Of Cocaine Offloaded At Port EvergladesMore than six tons brought to port by Coast Guard
- Coral Springs Police Dispute Rough Arrest ClaimPolice reviewed body cam video and found no violation of policy
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, US Supreme Court Justice, Dies At Age 87Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the longest serving woman on the U.S. Supreme Court and a strong liberal voice on issues dividing the nation, has died, the Supreme Court said on Friday. She was 87.
Miami-Dade Movie Theaters, Bowling Alleys, Other Entertainment Venues Reopen Under Phase 2Friday marked the first official day of Phase 2 reopening in Miami-Dade County.
Newly Released 'Pea Plastics', Is It A Pollution Solution?Microplastics are a big polluter of our waterways and oceans, and single-use items are a big part of the problem.
'I Got Maced,' Delucca Rolle Testifies In Stand-Your-Ground Hearing Of BSO Deputies Charged With BatteryA high school student who was pepper-sprayed and pushed to the ground by BSO deputies during what he said was a rough arrest, testified on Friday at a hearing, saying “I got maced.”
IRS Contacting 9 Million Americans Who May Qualify For Stimulus CheckThe IRS next week is scheduled to begin reaching out to 9 million Americans who may be eligible for a federal stimulus check but who have yet to claim the coronavirus relief payment.
Subtropical Storm Alpha, First Greek Letter Storm, Makes Landfall In PortugalSubtropical storm Alpha has made landfall in Portugal after becoming the first storm system, since 2005, to be named using a letter from the Greek alphabet.
Mike Bloomberg's $100 Million To Support Joe Biden In Florida May Shape CampaignBillionaire Mike Bloomberg's commitment of $100 million to help Joe Biden's campaign in Florida is a huge boon for Democrats and it could put President Trump on defense in a state that is critical to his reelection.
Florida's First Ballots Submitted In General ElectionThere are 49 days left until the November 3 general election and the first votes from Floridians are in.
Former NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg Commits $100 Million To Joe Biden's Florida CampaignThere's mounting anxiety among Democrats that the Biden campaign's standing among Latinos is slipping, potentially giving President Donald Trump an opening in his reelection bid.
'I Don't Identify As Gay, But I Do Identify As Bisexual': Andrew Gillum Reveals To Tamron HallFormer Tallahassee mayor and Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum has come out as bisexual in an interview with Tamron Hall.
Florida Supreme Court Rules Against Gov. Ron DeSantis On Justice Pick Renatha FrancisFlorida's Supreme Court on Friday has rejected Governor Ron DeSantis’ appointment of Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Renatha Francis to the Supreme Court.
Democratic Vice Presidential Nominee Kamala Harris Makes Campaign Stop In South FloridaDemocratic vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff, hit the campaign trail in South Florida on Thursday.
Goodwill Celebrates Uplifting Documentary "Once In My Life" About Unique Band With Dream To Make MusicGoodwill South Florida is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its inspirational and award-winning film "For Once In My Life,” with a nationwide virtual watch party Friday September 18 at 7 p.m.
The Fear Factor Returns With These Halloween Haunts Happening Around TownBoo! It’s that time of year again when Halloween ghosts and goblins start popping up all over town but this year, the events that are taking place will require social distancing and masks, and we're not talking about Halloween masks.
Shot In Liberty City, 'Critical Thinking,' A John Leguizamo Film Proves To Be Heartfelt & InspirationalActor and director John Leguizamo recently released a film titled "Critical Thinking." It is based on a true story from 1998, where five teenagers from one of the toughest Miami neighborhoods fight their way into the National Chess Championship under the guidance of their unconventional, but inspirational teacher Mario Martinez known as 'Mr. T.'
A Look At Which South Florida Attractions Are Open & ClosedAs Miami-Dade and Broward counties move into Phase 2 and join the rest of the state in allowing more indoor entertainment centers, outdoor amusement and outdoor recreation facilities to reopen, not all attractions are reopening right away.
Universal's Halloween Horror Nights Lives On As It Makes Partial ReturnUniversal's Halloween Horror Nights lives on, in a modified capacity of course.
ViacomCBS Unveils New Paramount+ Streaming Service For 2021ViacomCBS announced that its streaming service CBS All Access will be rebranded as Paramount+ in early 2021 and will feature some of the iconic TV shows and movies in entertainment.
CDC Changes Course Again Saying Asymptomatic People Should Get Tested For COVID After AllThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's website has updated, yet again, guidelines for testing people who do not have symptoms of coronavirus.
Coronavirus Stats At-A-Glance: Florida Adds 3,204 Newly Reported Cases, 2-Week Positivity Rate 4.77%Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 12:00 p.m. on September 18, 2020.
Coronavirus Stats At-A-Glance: Florida Adds 3,255 New COVID Cases, 2-Week Positivity Rate 4.84%Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 1:00 p.m. on September 17, 2020
Pregnant Women Could Face Higher COVID RisksPregnant women might be at increased risk for severe illness from the coronavirus, according to a study released Wednesday by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Health Concerns During Stressful 2020 Has Actually Led To Over A Million People Giving Up SmokingIt's safe to say 2020 has been a stressful year for several reasons. So it may surprise you that more than a million people in Britain found it the perfect time to quit smoking.
CDC: Minority Children Account For 78% Of COVID Pediatric DeathsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that minority children have accounted for 78% of COVID-19 pediatric deaths.
Belgian Engineers Build UV Zapper Machine To Disinfect Shopping CartsWiping down shopping carts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 could soon be a thing of the past, thanks to a bright idea from a team of Belgian engineers.
Zoom Experiencing Major Outages In US, WorldwideAs video conference calls have taken the center stage for work, education, and many other aspects of life, Zoom is experiencing major outages on Monday.
'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.
Watch live: Trump warns supporters in Minnesota Biden will flood state with "refugees"President Trump warned his largely white crowd that Joe Biden would flood their state with refugees.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Trump and Biden both battle it out in MinnesotaThe first voters began casting ballots in person in Minnesota on Friday, along with three other states, including Virginia, which saw long, packed lines at a Northern Virginia polling place.
"CBS Evening News" headlines for Friday, September 18, 2020Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell."
How election officials are trying to keep in-person voting safe"Voters can expect big changes at their polling place this year. CBS News' Major Garrett looks at the measures being taken by election officials to keep in-person voters safe, as CBS News begins a new series, "America Decides: 2020, Counting Your Vote.
President Trump says there will be enough vaccine available by AprilPresident Trump said Friday that there will be enough vaccine available to protect every American against the virus by April. His claim comes two days after he criticized CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield, who told Congress that a vaccine won't be widely available until next summer. Paula Reid reports.
Trump and Biden both campaign in Minnesota as early voting beginsBoth President Trump and Joe Biden are campaigning in Minnesota as the state begins its early voting process. Ed O'Keefe reports.
TikTok and WeChat apps won't be available for download starting SundayPopular social media apps TikTok and WeChat will be banned from mobile app stores starting Sunday, as part of the Trump administration's push to get TikTok sold to a U.S. company. Jeff Pegues reports.
How a fish chair tattoo inspired a 300-mile journey"We're a fellowship – a fellowship of the fish chair," one member said.
Foot Locker turns all its stores into voter registration hubsShoppers at the athletic apparel retailer will be able to check their polling location or register to vote in-store.
U.K. prepares for mass vaccine distribution as second wave emergesAs parts of Europe face a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the United Kingdom is preparing vaccine distribution facilities before a vaccine has even been approved. CBS News' Holly Williams has more in the series "Racing to a Cure."
Trump and other world leaders won't attend UNGA in person this yearThe U.N.'s annual meeting of world leaders will be almost fully virtual.
Survey: Millennials and Gen Z lack Holocaust knowledge63% do not know 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust, according to a study.
Inside a facility that could mass produce a COVID-19 vaccineThe facility could start filling vials with a vaccine as early as November, maybe even before a vaccine has been approved.
Man charged with going 87 mph in Tesla on autopilot while asleepAuthorities say he simply took a nap. "Nobody was looking out the windshield to see where the car was going," one officer said.
EU leaders call on Philippines to drop charges against Maria RessaResolution passed by the European Parliament calls out the extrajudicial killings of thousands of Filipinos and retaliation against journalists.
"Alarming": Europe records 54,000 virus cases in 24 hoursThere are nearly 30 million confirmed COVID-19 cases across, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins.
Russia's space agency chief declares Venus a "Russian planet"With scientific evidence of possible life on the 2nd planet from the sun renewing public interest, the Roscosmos chief would like to remind everyone who got there first.
Associates of Putin critic Alexei Navalny say he was poisoned at Siberian hotelAssociates of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny say he was likely poisoned with a Soviet-era nerve agent at a hotel in Siberia, not at an airport as originally suspected. As CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports, new video has emerged that was apparently shot inside the hotel room, not long after Navalny fell ill on a plane.