Black History Month: The Westside Gazette, A Newspaper Launched To Serve The Black Community, Publishing Its 50th-Anniversary EditionThe Westside Gazette, a newspaper based in Broward County and established to serve an African-American audience, is publishing its 50th-anniversary edition this week.
CBS4 Sports Anchors Jim Berry & Mike Cugno On Same Page With Super Bowl LV PicksSuper Bowl LV sees the returning champ Chiefs take on the Buccaneers, who have the home field advantage. So just who will win between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?
Is There A DeVonta Smith, Tua Tagovailoa Reunion Ahead For The Miami Dolphins?The Senior Bowl is back and this year, the Miami Dolphins coaching staff will be in charge when practices begin next week.
‘Tua Is Our Starter’: Dolphins Brass Gives Tagovailoa Vote Of Confidence After Up-&-Down Rookie SeasonAfter an up-and-down rookie season, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has received a vote of confidence from his head coach and GM.
2020: A Year In Review, Jim Berry Looks Back At Some Of The Top Local Sports StoriesAs 2020 comes to an end, there were some major wins - and losses - in the year of South Florida sports.
CBS4's Jim Berry Is Jinglin' With Excitement Over Tua Tagovailoa's Start On SundayTua Tagovailoa, who has only thrown two NFL passes, will start Nov. 1 as the Miami Dolphins quarterback against the Los Angeles Rams. It's enough to get Jim Berry jinglin'
UM Shuts Down Football Workouts After Players Test Positive For COVID-19The University of Miami has reportedly shut down football workouts after at least three players test positive for COVID-19.
South Florida Sports Teams Gather To Discuss Return Of Games, Spike In COVID CasesSlowly but surely sports are making a comeback. But they will all look different because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Calls For Change Are Reaching University Campuses In FloridaThese days Lawrence Wright spends his time training the next generation of athletes.
Miami Heat Take On Social Injustice During Town MeetingThe American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami ticked off the names of black lives lost over years on Friday.
South Miami-Dade NAACP President Dwight Bullard On Social, Economic Injustices Black People FaceCOVID-19 exposed health and economic disparities in the African American community. The killing of George Floyd then exposed the social and criminal injustice they face. South Miami-Dade NAACP President Dwight Bullard shared his perspective.