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.
How To Prepare Your Pets For Hurricane SeasonWhether you have frisky feline, a singing canary, or a cool golden doodle, you need to prepare for hurricane season with your pet in mind.
'Outrage And Attention Is Because They're Mostly Black Crowd:' Black Affairs Advisory Board Chair On South Beach ChaosThe images of the chaos on South Beach can be disturbing, especially to people of color who are feeling targeted. The reality is that the majority of people partying on South Beach are African American.
Women's History Month: 'I Always Had To Be 110%': First Female Police Chief In Miami Gardens Proud To Clear Path For OthersCBS4 continues celebrating Women's History Month throughout the month of March by shining a spotlight on women shattering the glass ceiling in our community, including the top cop in Miami Gardens, Chief Delma Noel-Pratt.
Black History Made With Election Of Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony, State Attorney Harold Pryor and Public Defender Gordon WeekesBlack history was made in Broward County last fall as voters elected three African-American men to the top elected offices in law enforcement and criminal justice.
Surviving On Coconuts, Conchs & Rats, 3 Cuban Castaways Were Stranded On Bahamian Island For 33 DaysThe U.S. Coast Guard rescued two men and woman who were stranded on a deserted Bahamian island for more than a month on Tuesday. The Cuban nationals survived by eating coconuts, conchs and rats.
‘It Was A Message Of Unity’: Miami-Dade College Professor Says Transition Of Power Came When Needed MostIt's just day one, but it is clear the Biden administration has hit the ground running with a call for unity.
Miami Proud: U.S. Navy Vet Finds Life Changing Work Through VolunteeringLorena Gonzalez is a U.S. Navy veteran who served during Operation Enduring Freedom from 2004 to 2009.
SEE IT: Arsonists Caught On Video Setting Porch, Cars On Fire In Miami GardensA home surveillance camera captured a pair of arsonists setting the front porch of a Miami Gardens home ablaze along with two cars.