First Sunday Morning Science Lab Winners Create Rube Goldberg Machine On Minecraft For Hospitalized KidsTwo South Florida seventh graders are the first winners of the newly launched CBS4 Sunday Morning Science Lab contest, where once a month, CBS4 honors the student or students who create an innovative STEM project for a chance to be featured on TV.
Man's Head Slashed In Unprovoked Attack At Miramar PlazaA maintenance man was just doing his job washing windows at the Miramar Parkway Plaza when out of nowhere his head was slashed open by a knife.
Miami Beach Police Host Bone Marrow Registry Drive, Hope To Give Someone The 'Gift Of Life'The Miami Beach police department served as a backdrop for a bone marrow registry drive through Gift of Life.
Weston Residents Concerned After Coyotes Spotted Roaming NeighborhoodsSome Weston residents have expressed concern after coyotes and gray foxes were spotted in several neighborhoods.
Another Bay Harbor Islands Apartment Building Ordered To Evacuate After Being Deemed UnsafeTwo multi-story Bay Harbor Islands apartment buildings, just two blocks away from each other, have been deemed unsafe.
$49 Million To Be Split Amongst Surfside Victims, Families; Hearing Held To Discuss Future Of Condo Collapse SiteLegal hearings continued on Wednesday in the lawsuit against the Champlain Tower South.
Broward Dad Dan Bauman Arrested In Dispute With Ft. Lauderdale High Student Over Mask MandateA Fort Lauderdale father who opposes Broward County Public Schools mask mandate was arrested in front of Ft. Lauderdale High School for shoving a student during a mask dispute.
Haiti Relief Supplies Being Gathered, Packed Up At Port EvergladesRelief supplies for Haiti are being sorted and packed at a shipping company at Port Everglades.
Broward Health’s Chief Medical Officer Calls Monoclonal Antibody Treatment A Game Changer In Fight Against COVIDBroward Health is on the forefront of the COVID fight, introducing a new monoclonal antibody infusion clinic just 10 days ago.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Photo-Op In Surfside Turns Into Q&A Session About School Mask MandatesAt a photo-op in Surfside, Gov. Ron DeSantis handed out $1,000 checks to first responders. But the ceremony quickly turned into a Q&A session about mask mandates and kids with COVID.
Cuban-American Flotilla Makes Return After Getting 15 Miles Away From CubaThey lit flare guns and fireworks, sending messages of hope to Cubans fighting for freedom.