Toys To Be Collected For Children, Victims Of Hurricane Dorian In The BahamasIt’s been three months since Hurricane Dorian devastated the Northern Bahamas and although the recovery will continue for years, it’s the next month that has two Broward County kids worried.
Big Botero Sculptures Line Lincoln Road Now Through MarchSituated up and down the road are 13 giant copper sculptures by the renowned Colombian artist Fernando Botero.
Waste Management Shares Recycling Tips On America Recycles DayNovember 15th is America Recycles Day and serves as day to educate, or even reeducate, the public on the proper way to recycle.
Tissue Donor Tuly Gonzalez’s Legacy Continues Through The 8 Lives She ImpactedFamily and friends gathered at the University of Miami Life Science and Technology Park Wednesday morning to remember Tuly Gonzalez on what would have been her 32nd birthday.
Miami Elementary School Gifted With New Computers On National STEAM DayStudents a South Florida elementary school got a big surprise on Friday, which just happened to be National STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) Day.
Team Breaks Record At FIU’s Annual Walk On Water RaceAnother team has once again broken the record at FIU's annual Walk on Water event.
'It Can Be Stressful Watching A Major Hurricane Like Dorian': CBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren On What's NextHurricane Dorian is expected to turn and South Florida is out of the cone but don't put your guard down.
'Everyone Has To Prepare': South Florida Holds Breath Waiting To See Where Hurricane Dorian May LandHurricane Dorian is now forecast to become a powerful category 4 storm. As it continues to move northwest away from Puerto Rico, the concern now will be how far north it can get before it runs into high pressure and makes a right turn.
Miami Weather: First Official Day Of Summer Is A ScorcherSummer officially kicks off today as the Summer Solstice takes place at 11:54 a.m. Not only is it the longest day of the year, it is a scorcher.
'Help Is Almost Impossible': Lower Keys Residents Still Feel Hurricane Irma's ImpactJune 1 marked the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. As South Florida prepares for the new season, some residents are still feeling the impact of Hurricane Irma nearly two years ago.
'Let's Be Ready Now': National Hurricane Center Director Ken Graham On Start Of Hurricane SeasonSaturday June 1st marks the start of the 2019 Hurricane Season. It marks the day when the National Hurricane Center begins to send out daily forecasts as well as other products they have developed or improved over the last six months. Hurricane Center Director Ken Graham says they have been preparing and so should you.
South Florida Businesses Look To Get Their Products In Walmart Stores Across The U.S.It looked like something out of Shark Tank at this local Walmart Friday morning in Doral.
Wawa Opens Three Miami-Dade Stores, Combining Philly Traditions With Local FavoritesThink of it as a little piece of Philadelphia that is popping up in Miami-Dade.
Florida Man Who Nearly Died In Boating Accident On Father's Day Thanks All Who Helped Save HimIt looked like any typical day at Ryder Trauma Center.
Shane Battier Surprises Miami Central Students With Four-Year ScholarshipsSome lucky students in Miami-Dade County received the surprise of their lifetime.