South Florida Health Officials Prepare For Coronavirus Omicron VariantHealth Officials in South Florida are searching for the Omicron Variant right at home.
Brother Of Surfside Condo Collapse Victims Testifies Against Bill That Would Lower Time To File Lawsuits Over Construction Defect ClaimsHoping to make a difference, the brother of a Surfside condo collapse victim testified in Tallahassee on Tuesday against a bill that would lower the amount of time to file a lawsuit over building defects.
COVID Omicron Variant: US Imposes Travel Ban From 8 African CountriesThe omicron variant has been detected in at least 14 countries, prompting a travel ban from South Africa and seven other Southern African countries. The travel ban is effective Monday.
1 Of 2 Elevators At Civic Towers Finally Fixed In Time For ThanksgivingFor days, the elderly people living in the Civic Towers apartment building have been without working elevators. Many of them are stuck in their apartments, unable to get up and down the stairs. Now, just in time for Thanksgiving, one of the elevators is back up and working.
More Than $2,000 Raised, So Far, For Family Burned Out Of Miami HomeA South Florida family who lost everything when a fire destroyed their Miami home, is thankful for the generous support of the South Florida community in an effort to get them back on their feet.
‘Operation Safe Highways’: CBS4’s Ashley Dyer Goes On Ride Along With FHP Troopers Cracking Down On Roadway ShootingsThere’s been an alarming uptick in shootings on South Florida roadways. Early Tuesday morning, a shooting on the Dolphin Expressway left a car riddled with bullet holes. And on I-95, troopers say people are firing from behind the wheel at least once a week.
Flood Of Trouble: South Florida Gets More Rain, More FloodingHeavy rain on Friday caused a second day of flooded streets and folks in downtown Miami braced for it.
Victim’s Son Takes Stand In Day 2 Of Dayonte Resiles' Murder TrialIt’s day two of the murder trial for Dayonte Resiles, the man accused of killing Jill Halliburton Su back in 2014.
Food Distribution Sites Helping Families Put Food On The Table This ThanksgivingAs inflation prices soar, food pantries are running low. And some people who planned to have a turkey dinner for Thanksgiving are questioning if they can actually afford it.
Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried Marks National Recycling Day By Announcing Plan To Rid Florida Of Foam Containers"It is our vision to begin a phase out reduction of polystyrene production use until we reach a zero within this decade," said Fried.
Masks Now Optional For All Public School Students In Miami-DadeMiami-Dade public schools' new relaxed mask rules are now in effect.
Opa-locka Mayor Veronica Williams Says She's Looking Forward To Ensuring Transparency In Local GovernmentOpa-locka Mayor Veronica Williams says she's looking forward to working with her staff to ensure transparency in local government. She says she'll strive each day towards helping make the city of Opa-locka a first-rate city.
Broward Schools To Begin On-Site Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccinations Starting WednesdayStarting Wednesday, Broward County Schools, in partnership with the Department of Health, will begin on-site vaccinations for children ages five and older.
Soggy Start To The Weekend Leaves Parts Of Miami-Dade FloodedThunderstorms across Miami-Dade County left many areas flooded.
Friday Morning's Rains Led To Some Street Flooding, More Storms ComingFriday's overnight and morning rain led to some flooded streets and neighborhoods throughout South Florida.