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Florida House Leaders Push Back On Redistricting Criticism
House redistricting leaders are pushing back against criticism by outside groups of draft proposals rolled out this week in the once-a-decade process to redraw congressional and legislative lines.
Study: Books Are Better Than Tablets For Young Kids
Reading to children is critical for their development, studies show.
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PIX: Freedom For Cuba Rally
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in downtown Miami to call for change in Cuba.
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NFL Week 13 AFC East Preview: CBS Boston's Levan Reid Calls AFC East Title Fight A Battle Of 'Big Brother Vs Little Brother'
Levan Reid shares his thoughts on this week's AFC East matchups.
SportsLine Week 13 AFC West Picks: 'Denver Designed Well To Stop What Kansas City Does,' Says Larry Hartstein
A Broncos win would give them at least a share of the AFC West lead, but they'll need to overcome Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
Tua Is Rolling For Miami, Giants Have Questions At QB
Tua Tagovailoa can’t miss right now. The Dolphins will go for their fifth consecutive when they take on the New York Giants at Hard Rock Stadium this Sunday.
PIX: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Celebrate Super Bowl 55 Win
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Miami Police Department Sees Record Number of Applications In Hours
The Miami Police Department is not hiring, at least not since a flood of applicants forced them to close off the process within hours. The reason? Possibly because of the departments' cult following on social media.
Banksy 'Charlie Brown' Sells For $4 Million, While Child Prodigy Thrills Crowd With His Artwork
At Art Miami and its sister fair Art Context, headlines are being made with the $4 million sale of a 'Charlie Brown' Banksy, a 10-year-old child prodigy is wowing the crowds, and there are some stunning new murals at Wynwood Walls. Lisa Petrillo has it all.
Miami Art Week At Miami Design District, Where Art Is Walkable And Free
We’re walking and talking all around the Miami Design District known as the place where art meets architecture. Our host is the man who had the vision for it all- founder, Craig Robins, and on this art week, art is everywhere “ Free . It’s all free. The idea was that art can also be public. It’s Art, design and architecture. People can experience the best creativity in the world and not have to have it in their home or on the wall, they can just enjoy it, Robins said.
'Video Music Box' Founder, Hip Hop Influencer Ralph McDaniels Shares His Journey In New Showtime Documentary: 'This Music Is Really Powerful'
Showtime documentary 'You're Watching Video Music Box' chronicles the evolution of founder Ralph McDaniel's life and career and the atomic impact his show Video Music Box made on American culture.
Art Basel Puts NFTs And Tech In Focus
Not to be ignored, NFT art is growing a big presence at Art Basel.
Art Basel Is Back! Premier Art Fair Returns With More Than 250 Galleries From 36 Countries
Tuesday morning was the official invitation-only VIP opening for the 2021 art extravaganza.
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Register Here For The CBS4 Sunday Morning Science Lab Contest
Know a student who loves science and has a cool and innovative STEM project to show off? Register them for the CBS4 Sunday Morning Science Lab Contest for a chance to be featured on a Sunday CBS4 This Morning Newscast to discuss and display the project.
Lockdown-Free Florida Is Top Vacation Spot For Holidays, Especially Miami
If Miami streets, restaurants, and beaches seem a bit more crowded, it's because they are. Miami is one of the top search destinations on travel websites and statewide, Florida had 32.5 million travelers from July to September of this year, exceeding the number of visitors during that period in pre-pandemic 2019, Gov. Ron DeSantis said recently.
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Toxic Algae Off Fla. Coast Killing Marine Life & Economy
The waters run red, but not with blood. A toxic algae known as the “red tide” is spreading through the northeast Gulf of Mexico, killing marine life and threatening the waters and beaches that fuel the region's economy.