- Mostly Dry, Nice Evening OverallMake sure the forecast matches your plans
- Deadly Miami Beach Police Involved CrashWoman killed after office slammed into her car during a chase
- Parkland Survivor Who Killed Himself ID'ed16-year-old Calvin Desir is the second shooting survivor to take his own life.
- Spring Breakers Turn Tables On Armed RobberWrestled him to the ground and took a gun away from him
- Palm Beach Rapist Offered To Do Yard Work For VictimTimothy Walding, 20, was sentenced to 50 years in prison
Efforts Ongoing By Parkland Community To Educate Children And Keep Them SafeParents and members of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School community came together again to discuss ways to keep their children safe.
Thousands Without Power In Broward After Lightning Strike Ignites Fire At FPL SubstationA massive fire at an FPL substation in Fort Lauderdale has left thousands in Broward County without power.
Police Identify 16-Year-Old Calvin Desir As Second Parkland Shooting Survivor To Commit SuicideCoral Springs Police are identifying the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student who committed suicide last weekend.
Pembroke Pines Man Arrested, Accused Of Molesting Female Minor 'Countless' Times Over Ten Year PeriodA Pembroke Pines man has been arrested and is facing some serious charges that date back nearly twenty years.
Woman Killed In Police Involved Crash On Miami Beach A woman was killed in a police officer involved crash on Miami Beach.
25 Years Later, Shannon Melendi's Father Worries Killer May Get ParoleTwenty-five years after the disappearance of his daughter, Luis Melendi is still seeking closure and fighting for justice.
House Health Panel Passes Bill That Would Expand Miami-Dade Needle Exchange ProgramWith scores of medical school students in the audience, a House health-care panel Tuesday approved a bill that would allow counties across the state to establish syringe and needle exchange programs in an effort to cut down on the spread of hepatitis C and HIV.
House Panel Approved Bill That 2 Out 3 Forms Of Oil, Gas FrackingA bill that would ban two forms of fracking for oil and gas in the state has cleared a House panel.
Florida Lawmakers Eye Tougher Ban On Texting While DrivingAn effort to put more teeth into Florida’s ban on texting while driving continued its Senate journey Monday, after lawmakers stripped out proposals that could have allowed police to pull over motorists for potential distractions such as talking on cell phones, eating hamburgers or self-grooming.
Restitution A Key Issue In Debate Over Amendment 4 Restoring Felons’ Voting RightsKaren Leicht spent nearly three years in federal prison and three months on probation after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit insurance fraud in 2010.
Senators In Florida Looking To Clear Way For Guns At ChurchesA controversial gun-rights proposal that was sidetracked last year in the wake of the mass shooting at a Broward County high school started moving in the Senate on Monday.
Florida Senators Support Raising Minimum Smoking AgeA Senate committee on Monday approved a bill that would increase the minimum smoking age in the state from 18 to 21.
'His Record Has Been Wiped Clean', Charges Dropped In Jussie Smollett CaseCHICAGO (CBS) — Less than two weeks after “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty to 16 counts of disorderly conduct for allegedly lying to police about a hate crime, prosecutors have dropped charges in the case.
Take A Digital Bite Out Of Miky's Salad From Casa Tua's Expanding MenuCasa Tua Miami Beach is expanding and in today's Digital Bite, CBS4's Lisa Petrillo gets a taste of Miky's Salad, named after the owner Miky Grendene.
"Confessions Of A Cocaine Cowboy" Is A Wild Ride Into Miami's Drug War Past“Confessions of a Cocaine Cowboy” now being performed at The Colony Theater on Miami Beach is a new play based on the hit documentary film directed by Miami’s own Billy Corben.
Taste Of The Town: Miami Beach's Casa Tua Gives Fine Dining Experience While Making You Feel At HomeFor 18 years now, Casa Tua on Miami Beach has earned a reputation as a top notch fine dining experience.
'One Summer Can Change Everything' Promises ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Trailer“One summer can change everything.” That is what the “Stranger Things” season 3 trailer promises.
Celebrate The First Day Of Spring With Free Cone From Dairy QueenDairy Queen is celebrating the first day of spring by giving you a free small vanilla cone.
OxyContin Maker To Pay Over $200 Million To Settle Opioid LawsuitPurdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, has agreed to pay over $200 million to settle a historic lawsuit brought by the Oklahoma attorney general.
Kale Joins 'Dirty Dozen' List Of Fruits And Vegetables Most Likely To Contain PesticidesKale, that popular green of the health conscious consumer, has joined the list of 12 fruits and vegetables with the most pesticide residues, according to a new report.
First Postpartum Depression Drug Approved By FDAFor the first time in history, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug specifically for the treatment of postpartum depression, which experts say offers new hope to women and physicians.
CBD Jelly Beans: Jelly Belly Founder Launches Beans Infused With CBDCannabis confections are all the rage now that CBD oil is increasing in popularity. The creator Jelly Belly jelly beans is jumping on the bandwagon.
Lauren's List: Unhealthy Effects Of Binge WatchingDo you binge watch TV? If you watch more than two episodes of a show in one sitting, then the answer is "yes".
DeSantis Signs Bill Into Law Legalizing Smokable Medical MarijuanaNew Florida Governor Ron DeSanits signed his first bill into law on Monday, and it’s a substantial one.
Facebook Down: Users Reporting Widespread Problems On Site And InstagramFacebook is having problems Wednesday morning that's preventing people from posting.
Lauren's List: Making Social Media A More Positive PlaceThere is a lot of negativity on social media sometimes, but today's "Lauren's List" has some tips for making your social media a more positive and inspiring place to be.
National Day Of Unplugging: Ditch The Electronic Device For 24 HoursMany people across the country will be taking a break from technology.
Services Now In Place To Block Those Annoying RobocallsSeveral cellphone providers are introducing a new technology used to get rid of annoying robocalls.
Viral '10-Year-Challenge' Could Put Your Cyber Security At Risk, Experts WarnWeb analysts estimate it's generated more than five million Facebook interactions in only three days, but experts are reminding people the more data you share the more of a target you become.
Facebook: Bug Exposed 6.8 Million Users' PhotosFacebook announced on Friday that the social network had exposed the private photos of millions of users without their permission.
Attorney General Barr to release more of Mueller's report within weeksThe Justice Department said Tuesday that Attorney General William Barr will release more of Robert Mueller's special counsel report within weeks, not months. But already, there are signs both parties are pivoting to other issues. Paula Reid reports.
Southwest Boeing 737 Max jet makes emergency landingA Southwest Airlines 737 Max 8 made an emergency landing Tuesday in Orlando, Florida. This comes as Boeing continues to work on a software update following two deadly crashes. Kris Van Cleave has the latest.
3/26: CBS Evening NewsProsecutors drop criminal case against Jussie Smollett; How a laundry room revolutionized a New Jersey high school.
How a laundry room revolutionized a New Jersey high schoolAt West Side High School in Newark, New Jersey, some students weren't showing up because they were getting bullied for their dirty clothes. Principal Akbar Cook decided to make a change. "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor explains.
Family still grieving one year after daughter's tragic suicideThe recent deaths of two teenagers who survived a school shooting in Parkland, Florida, have started a national conversation about suicide prevention. Jim Axelrod recently revisited two parents who lost their daughter a year ago. Now, they're determined to save lives.
Tighter mortgage standards could hit first-time home buyersNew rules from the Federal Housing Administration mean closer scrutiny of applicants with low credit scores and high loan payments
Kenyan teacher who gave away earnings wins $1M prizeGlobal Teacher Prize goes to Peter Tabichi, who teaches in a remote school with just one computer and shoddy internet access
7 killed in airstrike on Yemen hospital, aid organization saysFour children are among the dead, the organization said
U.N. blasts Blackstone Group for worsening the U.S. housing crisisThe private equity fund and other large investors are accused of turning a human right into a profit machine
"El Chapo" asks for new trial over jurors' alleged misconductDefense attorneys say jurors improperly followed media coverage of sensational drug conspiracy case
CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer on lessons learned as a woman at warSenior foreign correspondent "Liz" Palmer talks to colleague Roxana Saberi about the perils, and the perks, of covering conflicts around the world as a woman journalist
Iran flooding leaves at least 21 deadTorrential rains have inundated much of normally arid Iran, unleashing flash floods that have turned roads into rivers and swept away vehicles, and people.