Parkland Families Say They Want The Death PenaltyAfter three years, the person, police say is responsible for mass shooting Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will be in court to face the charges but for many of the victims and their families the day couldn’t have come sooner.
Push For State To Require Teaching Of Asian American History In Public SchoolsA grassroots organization called ‘Make Us Visible’ is trying to get Asian American history included in public schools curriculum across the country.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Continue to DropThe numbers of Florida residents hospitalized and in intensive-care units because of COVID-19 continue to drop.
Manatee Deaths Rise In Florida As Pollutants Kill SeagrassManatees have starved to death by the hundreds along Florida’s east coast because algae blooms and contaminants are killing the seagrass the sea mammals eat, a wildlife official told a House committee Tuesday.
CBS4 Nat Moore Trophy Profile: Miami Central High Safety Alfonzo AllenThis week's CBS4 Nat Moore Trophy nominee is hard hitting safety Alfonzo Allen from Miami Central High school. Allen is all business on and off the field and always ready to put in the work.
Parkland Survivor Anthony Borges Prepares To Be In Court For Plea HearingAnthony Borges was a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School when a gunman opened fire on February 14, 2018, killing 17 people and injuring 17 others.
Slain Hollywood Police Officer Yandy Chirino's Family, Friends Devastated Beyond BeliefOn Tuesday evening, the Chirino family is devastated beyond belief as they continue mourning the loss of their fallen officer, Yandy, who was just 28 years old.
Parkland School Gunman Nikolas Cruz To Plead Guilty To Massacre On WednesdayConfessed Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz is scheduled to return to court on Wednesday where he's expected to plead guilty to all charges stemming from the February 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School -- the deadliest high school shooting in US history.
From Red Carpet Runways To Hospital Hallways, Miami-Designer René Ruiz Designs Transplant Recovery Gowns For PatientsFor more than two decades, Miami fashion designer René Ruiz has designed glamorous gowns worn by celebrities and public figures at red carpet events, galas, and runway shows. But now, Ruiz is going from the red carpet to hospital hallways designing transplant recovery gowns.
State Attorney General Ashley Moody, FDLE Shut Down Fake COVID-19 Driver License WebsitesThree fraudulent websites attempting to steal driver license information have been shut down by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
Efforts To Get Needed Supplies To Haiti Reach Obstacles As Unrest ContinuesContinued unrest in Haiti, including the recent kidnapping of mostly American missionaries, has made efforts more difficult for South Florida organizations who are trying to get needed supplies to the country.
Miya Marcano’s Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Apartment Complex, Deceased SuspectThe family of Miya Marcano, the Broward county woman whose body was found in a wooded area near Orlando, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit for negligence against Arden Villas, the apartment complex where Miya lived and worked in central Florida.
Miami-Dade AT&T Call Center Evacuated After Bomb ThreatA bomb threat has led to the evacuation of a building in Miami-Dade.
Police Find Body In Miramar While Looking For Missing PersonMiramar police were investigating a missing person's case Tuesday when they say they came across a body in the bushes.
Giant Display Teaches Important Lesson About Breast CancerBroward Health Medical Center has a giant inflatable woman's torso in the hospital lobby. It’s 12 feet high and 19 feet wide and interactive, showing parts of a woman’s breast with healthy breast tissue before the different stages of breast cancer. The idea is to encourage early detection through mammograms and self-examinations.