Cuba In The Midst Of A Money Grab Due To Declining EconomyWith Cuba’s economy forecast to drop nearly ten percent due to a decline in tourism and now the coronavirus pandemic, the communist islands leaders have expanded their search for American dollars by opening government run stores filled with products in high-demand.
Exclusive: Gov. Ron DeSantis Acknowledges State’s Unemployment System Was Built With ‘Pointless Roadblocks’ To Pay Out ‘Least Number Of Claims’Gov. Ron DeSantis is acknowledging or the first time that the state unemployment system was deliberately designed to frustrate people, making it so difficult for them to apply for benefits that they would give up and just not get paid.
Songwriters, Artists 'Rock And Roll Over' Helps Local Animal SheltersIt’s a shout-out to man’s best friend, a new album titled "Rock and Roll Over."
Broward Sheriff’s Office Makes Plea For Leads In Fatal Shooting Of Trans Woman In Pompano BeachHomicide investigators are begging for leads in a fatal shooting that left a transgender woman dead.
Woman's Body Found Off I-95 In St. Lucie CountyA disturbing discovering in St. Lucie County on Tuesday when a woman’s body was found on the side of the road on I-95.
3 Dead, 1 Injured In Miami Gardens CrashA crash involving two cars in Miami Gardens has taken the lives of three people and left a fourth person injured.
'She Could Be In More Danger': Family Of Missing Mom Leila Cavett Seek AnswersThe family of a missing mother, whose toddler was found wandering alone, continues to demand answers.
Broward Sets Up 24-Hour Drop Boxes For Vote-By-Mail Ballots In Primary ElectionSouth Florida voters have a lot of different options to cast their ballots in the state’s upcoming Primary Election including in the middle of the night if they so choose.
Broward Public Schools Working On Pilot Program For Special Needs Students To Get Face-To-Face LearningBroward County Public Schools will restart the new school year on August 19, and it will be online only due to the coronavirus pandemic.
CBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano Brings 'Chopsticks' To Life With Virtual DuetCBS4 photojournalist Rafael Murciano brings the classic piano composition "Chopsticks" to life with a log distance duet with his sister in Chicago.
Tracking Isaias: Hurricane Isaias Moves Over Mid-Atlantic StatesTropical Storm Isaias is racing toward the northeast across eastern Pennsylvania into southeastern New York.