Facing South Florida: Racism In America & Police ReformWashington is taking notice on racism in America and police reform – and so is South Florida.
Facing South Florida: Coronavirus ConcernsEliott Rodriguez and his guests took a hard look at the spike in COVID-19 cases in South Florida, and what needs to be done to slow the spread.
Miami Proud: Senior Citizens Benefit From Food Delivery ServicesSince the start of the coronavirus pandemic we've witnessed how meeting basic needs became a challenge for many and that neighbors do look out for one another. in today's Miami Proud, an example how help arrived for one group of senior citizens.
SEE IT: Time-Lapse Video As CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez Tackles Jigsaw Puzzle To Keep Mind FocusedWith so many people spending so much time at home, the key to not going stir crazy is coming up with things to do to pass the time. There are plenty of ways to avoid surrendering to anxiety, boredom and a whole host of negative emotions including putting together a puzzle.
Coronavirus Help: Dr. Ken Hopper Shares Tips On Coping With Confinement During COVID-19 CrisisFear and anxiety about the outbreak of the coronavirus has a lot of people living on the edge. It may not help that many have been forced to be confined inside their homes with hardly any social or physical interaction for several weeks.
Dr. Aileen Marty Fields Questions Ranging From The Flattening Of The COVID-19 Curve To The Development Of Antiviral TreatmentsIs the coronavirus curve flattening in South Florida? To answer that question and many more, Dr. Aileen Marty took the time to speak with CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez and Rudabeh Shahbazi on Wednesday night.
13-Year-Old Speaks Out In Hopes Man Who Attempted To Abduct Her Is CaughtA teenage girl is speaking out in the hopes people recognize the man she said attempted to abduct her in northwest Miami-Dade.
Black History Month: How Jewish Judges Played Role In Miami's Civil Rights MovementOn a recent Friday night, members of the Jewish volunteer organization Repair the World are spending Shabbat learning about Miami’s black history.
Miko The Three-Peat Rescue Turtle Becomes Permanent Resident At Frost Science AquariumSea turtles nest and hatch on our South Florida beaches. They are a protected species, but do get injured sometimes, needing rescue and rehabilitation. And some are rescued and released more than one, or two times, including Miko, a loggerhead turtle who recently became a permanent resident at the Frost Science Aquarium.
'Dale' Learn About Miami Lingo While In Town For Super Bowl 54In town for the Super Bowl? Miami is so diverse, we've created our own slang. So here's an explanation of some of that Miami lingo you may hear during your visit.
Miami Proud: Deering Estate Unveils Extremely Rare, Historic Stained Glass Panel ExhibitDo you love art? How about really old historic art? The Deering Estate has unveiled a new exhibit featuring rare, centuries-old artifacts including two beautiful stained glass pieces.
‘I Got Peace In My Life Back’: Ex-Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper Found Not Guilty Of CorruptionA Fort Lauderdale jury just acquitted former Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper of all charges.
Miami Proud: HistoryMiami Museum Leadership Provide Journey Through Magic City’s PastHistoryMiami Museum celebrates its 80th anniversary next year and we're taking you inside the Magic City’s fascinating past with two top authorities on the subject.
Miami Proud: Therapy Dog Volunteers Bring Smiles To Young Patients At Nicklaus Children's HospitalApollo the therapy dog is one of several large furry friends bringing smiles and cheer to young patients at Nicklaus Children's Hospital.
Music Mentor Changing Students Lives With 'Guitars Over Guns' A Cappella EnsembleMusic has the power to bring communities together, and help change a young person’s future. That is exactly what is happening for some Miami-Dade students who are learning more about themselves thanks to the A Capella Ensemble Guitars over Guns.