Mother Named Person Of Interest After Police ID Bodies Of Two Girls Found In Lauderhill CanalLauderhill police have identified the two girls found dead in a canal, naming their mother as a person of interest in the case.
Juneteenth Celebrated At Community Party In OvertownJuneteeth celebrated in Overtown with a community party.
Miami-Dade Leaders Meet To Tackle Elderly AbuseSouth Florida leaders are trying to tackle a growing problem - abuse of the most vulnerable.
CBS4 Exclusive: Hit-&-Run Victim Says Insurance Company Denied Claim Despite Police Report From IncidentA Miami resident involved in a hit-and-run crash turned CBS4 after a seven-month battle with her insurance company.
Sailings On Royal Caribbean's 'Odyssey Of The Seas' Postponed After Crew Members Test Positive For COVIDRoyal Caribbean has postponed the first four trips of its new cruise ship after eight crew members tested positive for COVID-19.
Family Of TSA Employee Gunned Down In Front Of Apartment Asks For Help In Finding Her KillerThe family of a TSA employee who was shot and killed in the parking lot of a southwest Miami-Dade parking complex has asked for the public's help in finding her killer.
3 Dead, Including 15-Year-Old, In Murder-Suicide Near Homestead Air Reserve BaseThree people are dead, including a 15-year-old, after a shooting near the Homestead Air Reserve Base.
‘Reclaiming Our Seat At The Environmental Table’: Miami Young Republicans Host Climate Change Rally At Biscayne ParkConservative Republicans had an unconventional message about climate change at Biscayne Park on Saturday.
Miami Gardens Group Seeks To Recall Politicians Who Voted For Formula 1 RacingA group of Miami Gardens residents is a step closer to recalling several members of the city council they say voted in favor of Formula 1 racing.
2nd Vehicle Believed Involved In NW Miami Mass ShootingA senior law enforcement source has provided CBS 4 News with new information on last weekend's mass shooting.
‘Bill Misfires So Badly’: Florida Law Designed To Stop Big Tech Censorship Already Being ChallengedIt’s been just a few days since Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the state’s new big tech social media law, but already its being challenged.
More Than 1,000, Including South Florida Elected Officials, Participate In 'We Stand With Israel' EventMore than 1,000 people came together for a virtual event called 'We Stand With Israel.'
One Year Later: Black Lives Matter Protesters Gather At Torch Of Friendship To Remember George Floyd“We’re here to breathe for him, we’re here to fight for him and we’re here to stand for him. And not just George Floyd, but for Breonna Taylor for Emmett Till,” said Black Lives Matter protester Lucas Moreno.
Hundreds Gathered In Wynwood To Protest Violence Against PalestiniansPalestinian Americans gathered in Wynwood on Sunday to protest what they calling injustices to their people.
South Florida Shoppers Have Mixed Reaction As Some Stores Relax Mask MandatesSeveral major retailers have relaxed their mask mandates in the wake of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control's latest guidance.