Women's History Month: Dr. Graylyn Swilley Woods Works Hard To Overcome Digital Divide For Overtown StudentsWhen schools switched to remote learning during the pandemic, some students in underserved communities fell behind because they didn't have the tools to learn online.
Safe Schools South Florida Pushes Back On 'Don't Say Gay' BillAs the Florida Senate prepares for a vote on the Parental Rights in Education Bill, some teachers and students wore purple this Tuesday to show solidarity with LGBTQIA students.
New Proposed Redistrict Map Could Split Coconut Grove Into 3The redistricting is being done because of the 2020 Census.
Thousands Take Part In 12th Annual Dolphins Challenge CancerThousands of South Floridians jumped on their bicycles Saturday as they participated in the annual Dolphins Challenge Cancer.
Wells Fargo Makes $20 Million Contribution To Help Minority Businesses In South FloridaWells Fargo is supporting small businesses in South Florida with a multi-million dollar donation, focusing on ethnically diverse owners who have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic.
Black History Month: Miami Native Lulu Cordero Becomes First Afro-Dominicana With Hair Line At TargetAs CBS News Miami continues to celebrate Black History Month, a story of a young girl raised in North Miami who had a hard time finding hair products she could use growing up. Now she’s helping put more products on store shelves so others don’t have to struggle the way she did.
Miami Police & LoanDepot Park Staff Mobilize Quickly For Ye, Formerly Known As Kanye West, Pop-Up Concert"His music, his art is more than just music to me," Ye fan Isaac Morris said.
Ukrainian & Russians In Miami Community All Hoping For Peaceful ResolutionWhile Russia and Ukraine are on the brink of war overseas, Russians and Ukrainians in Sunny Isles are all hoping for peace.
Miami-Dade Parents Upset Over Legislation That Would Financially Punish Schools For Defying DeSantis' Anti-Mask RulesA group of Miami-Dade County public school parents voiced their outrage on Friday over pending legislation that would take away tens of millions of dollars from the district's budget.
New Look At Proposed Monorail Impacts To MacArthur Causeway And TrafficA monorail from Downtown Miami to Miami Beach could not only come with an astronomical price tag, but it could also impact traffic circulation.
Man's Limbs Blown Off In 'Gruesome' Lauderhill Scrapyard Explosion"Gruesome, gruesome, very. It happened to a family friend, that's what is eating me the most, and I had to see it," said Marlo Clark.
Valentine's Day: To Splurge Or Not To Splurge Will Always Be The QuestionCupid's special day could be a little bittersweet this year as inflation is driving up prices everywhere.
M-DCPS & BCPS Could Lose Millions In Funding For Defying State Ban On Mask MandateMiami and Broward County Public Schools stand to lose millions of dollars in funding if a new proposal passes.
Hundreds Still Waiting For Clean Drinking Water In Downtown Fort LauderdaleHundreds of residents in downtown Fort Lauderdale are still without clean drinking water.
Dolphins Fans Cautiously Optimistic With Hiring Of New Head Coach Mike McDanielWhile the fanbase is pretty loyal, win or lose, new Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel has people excited even before the draft or preseason.