Miami-Dade County Celebrates Earth Day By Cleaning, Planting At Crandon ParkThere is still time to offset some of the impacts of heavy industry and pollution, that's part of the message behind Earth Day.
Basketball Building Bridges Between Miami Police and Black and Brown CommunitiesThe Miami Heat and Miami Police Department are continuing to team up on the basketball court in order to advance its initiative of building bridges in the community.
Revisiting FMU Construction Program, Students Aim To Be Part Of Construction IndustryCBS4 first brought you the story of a first-of-its-kind free program at Florida Memorial University.
Earth Day: University Of Miami Set To Launch Its Climate Resilience AcademyFlorida is ground zero for climate change impacts, such as sea level rise.
South Florida Family Opens Up Home, Commemorates Passover With Ukrainians Displaced By WarPassover begins at sundown, but families have already begun getting together, and this year, it takes on new meaning as local Jews are preparing and helping those in need, including Ukrainian refugees.
City Of Miami Beach Gives Handball Courts At Flamingo Park A Major MakeoverThe city has recently completed resurfacing the courts, added new lighting and improved drainage. The courts are like new again.
Next Grocery Receipt Could Shock You, And Eggs May Be Partly To BlameThe rising cost of food is not a new story, but the jump in prices is increasingly causing problems for people in South Florida and across the country.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Directs Additional $13 Million To Help With Rent HikesRent in the Miami-Dade area has gone up as much as 30 percent according to the county and Mayor Daniella Levine Cava is calling it an affordability crisis.
Man Brutally Attacked While Withdrawing Money From Fort Lauderdale ATMA man was brutally attacked by a would-be robber and his dog as he withdrew money from an ATM.
South Florida Free COVID-19 Testing, Vaccination Sites Shutting DownFree mass testing and vaccines sites across South Florida are shutting down. 
'No Place Like Home' Is The Theme Of This Year's Miami Beach PrideMiami Beach Pride began this week. The theme is "No Place Like Home," but some in the LGBTQIA community feel unsettled with the recent signing of HB 1557, dubbed the "Don't Say Gay" law.
Investigators Piecing Together What Caused Fire To Break Out At Fort Lauderdale Swap ShopA well-known flea market and drive-in is now cleaning up after a fire scorched through storage containers and a movie screen.
Group Aims To Improve Economic, Racial Equity With Voter Registration DriveA day after a federal judge struck down several parts of a controversial Florida voting law, the focus is shifting to those who are working to get people out to vote.
Bird Watchers, Wildlife Enthusiasts Want To Save Pembroke Pines Eagles' Nesting Land From DevelopersIt's not just South Floridians feeling the impact of the housing shortage, two eagles in Pembroke Pines might soon be struggling to find a new place to live because developers have their eyes set on the couple's nesting land. 
Everglades Holiday Park Finally Brought Up To Date After Nearly $16-Million Expansion ProjectFor years, the park has been home to airboat rides, boating and fishing, but wear and tear caused it to become rundown.