Plantation Family Seeks Solution From City After Three Vehicles Plow Into Their HomeSince 2015, three vehicles have plowed into Jonathan Phillip's home.
New Variant Throws Wrench In Holiday Plans As Lines Grow Longer At COVID Testing SitesAre you planning to get tested before the holidays? If so, make sure you're planning in advance.
'The Pandemic Is Not Over': Miami-Dade Hospitals Ordered Once Again To Report Daily COVID NumbersMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava is reinstating an emergency order requiring hospitals to report the number of COVID-19 cases being treated each day and the number of available of hospital beds, due to the increasing number of omicron variant cases.
Miami Seaquarium Steps In To Spread Holiday Cheer To Boys Whose Witnessed Unfathomable TragedyThe boys, who are both Miami Herald Wish Book recipients, showed up ready for an adventure. Their day started off with dolphins and dance parties.
Experts: 'Supply-Chain Issues Worst Non-War-Related Backup World Has Ever Seen'The supply chain nightmare continues to drag on.
'Miami Will Always Have A Special Place In My Heart': Alberto Carvalho Leaving Miami-Dade Schools To Become Next L.A. SuperintendentMiami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is leaving South Florida to become the new superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, he announced Thursday afternoon.
Mater Lakes Academy In NW Miami-Dade Calls School Threat 'Non-Credible'Parents of children who attend a northwest Miami-Dade charter school rushed to it to pick them up after hearing of a school threat.
'We Are Not Entertaining Any Such Idea': M-DCPS Does Not Support Idea Of Building UM Football Stadium On Site Of Gables HighMiami billionaire John Ruiz wants to build a brand-new University of Miami stadium. The proposal would put the stadium, that's set to hold 50,000 people, right where Coral Gables Senior High is currently located but the plan is not going over well with Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
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.