Girl Scout Who Came Down With COVID Not Letting Virus Take A Bite Out Of Her Cookie SalesWhen it comes to Girl Scout cookies, 12-year-old Maria Lombardi is a champion.
In His Own Words: ‘My COVID Journey Was Part Hell, Part Boredom’ Says CBS4’s Eliott RodriguezCBS4 Anchor Eliott Rodriguez recalls his bout with COVID-19.
‘Best Part Of The Job’: Miami Police Officers Treat Deserving Kids To Shopping Spree For Annual ‘Shop With A Cop’ EventChildren, pre-selected by the department, were given a $100 Walmart gift card. They then grabbed a shopping cart and received a mission: Find the holiday gifts that will make them happy!
Facing South Florida: Interview With Miami Herald's Rick HirschCBS4' Eliott Rodriguez and Rick Hirsch, the longtime managing editor of the Miami Herald discuss his upcoming retirement after more than 40 years at the Herald.
Facing South Florida: Interview With Madeline Pumariega (Part 2)A lengthy conversation with Madeline Pumariega as she prepares for her investiture as President of Miami-Dade College.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Madeline PumariegaA lengthy conversation with Madeline Pumariega as she prepares for her investiture as President of Miami-Dade College.
Miami Artist Jon Louis Gonzalez Reaches For The Stars To Help Kids With CancerWhen SpaceX’s Inspiration4 rocket took off from the Kennedy Space Center on September 16th, it carried four civilian astronauts into orbit.
Giant Display Teaches Important Lesson About Breast CancerBroward Health Medical Center has a giant inflatable woman's torso in the hospital lobby. It’s 12 feet high and 19 feet wide and interactive, showing parts of a woman’s breast with healthy breast tissue before the different stages of breast cancer. The idea is to encourage early detection through mammograms and self-examinations.
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month: Survivor Studying To Be Nurse After Being Inspired By Medical Professionals Who Helped HerChildhood cancer survivor Sarita Moreno plans to pay it forward.
20 Years After 9/11, Are We Safer? Experts Say YesAfter the 9/11 attacks, U.S. law enforcement agencies were criticized for not sharing valuable intelligence that might have prevented the attacks from taking place.
Global Empowerment Mission’s Founder Lands In Hurricane-Torn Louisiana To HelpHurricane Ida spared little of Grand Isle, Louisiana, where the eye of the powerful Category 4 storm tore through Sunday night.
Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho Focused On Educational Needs Of StudentsWhen Miami-Dade County public school students return to the classroom on Monday, August 23, it'll be the first time many of them experience in person learning since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘Libertad’: Thousands March In DC To Demand Change & Show Support For Freedom Fighters In CubaThe demonstrators marched in front of the White House and the Cuban embassy in Washington, D.C. They say Cuba’s fight for freedom is being ignored by the Biden administration.
2 South Floridians Arrested In Connection To Assassination Of Haitian President Jovenel MoïseMore than a dozen have been captured in the last 24 hours, with at least seven others killed.
South Florida Authorities Sound The Alarm About Summer Boating SafetySouth Florida’s COVID-19 reopening has meant more boats on the water, which can lead to boating tragedies. So, with the 4th of July right around the corner, the Broward Sherriff’s Office Marine Patrol is sounding the maritime alarm with a two-week operation that set sail Monday.