South Beach Appears To Be Pretty Calm This Labor Day WeekendCBS4’s Jessica Vallejo found the scene relatively calm, with just small groups having fun and enjoying the atmosphere.
Florida Woman Michelle Gibb Charged In Deadly Shooting Of Her Husband In Pembroke PinesA 57-year-old woman has been charged with first-degree murder after police said she shot her husband.
Woman In Custody Following 'Suspicious Death' In Pembroke PinesPembroke Pines police responded to a residence on Northwest 106th Terrace, where they found a dead man inside. They are calling this a 'suspicious death.'
Many Wondering If Employers Will Start Mandating COVID Vaccines Following FDA’s Full ApprovalThe lack of full FDA approval had been cited by many as their reason for not getting a COVID vaccine.
Parents Of Miami-Dade Students Trying To Get Hands On Uniforms Before Start Of School MondayIt’s back to school for Miami-Dade students on Monday. 
'It Is Stressful & Disheartening': COVID-19 Cases Taking Toll On Healthcare WorkersThe increasing number of COVID-19 hospitalizations is taking a toll on South Florida healthcare workers.
Former Teammate Rashuan Jones Arrested In Murder Of UM Star Bryan Pata, 15 Years LaterAfter 15 long years, an arrest has been made in the murder of former Miami Hurricanes defensive back Bryan Pata who was shot and killed outside of his Kendall apartment in 2006.
Norwegian Gem Sets Sails From PortMiami For 1st Time Since Start Of COVID PandemicTravelers from Miami and across the U.S. couldn’t wait to set sail on the Norwegian Gem.
US Secretary Of Education Miguel Cardona 'Standing With Educators;' DeSantis Standing Firm On MasksAs the Delta variant continues to surge across South Florida, Broward County schools say they will not budge.
Florida Sets Another Single-Day Record For New COVID CasesFlorida’s COVID hospitalizations have also broken daily records for 11 days straight. More than 15,000 admissions on Wednesday.
Doctor Warns ‘Death Rate Will Be Going Up’ As Florida Continues Feeling Impacts Of COVID Summer SurgeFlorida continues to be the epicenter of the COVID-19 surge.