Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Pembroke Pines Dr. Antonio Wong Stays True To His RootsAs we celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we put the spotlight on a Pembroke Pines doctor who is saving lives while staying true to his roots.
Miami Proud: Amigos For Kids Working To Prevent Child Abuse For Over Thirty YearsAmigos For Kids is a nonprofit organization founded on the premise that children have their best shot at life when families are strong.
South Florida Teen 'Grateful For Second Chance' After Life Saving Heart TransplantA 14-year-old South Florida girl is getting a second chance at life after receiving a heart transplant.
Miami Proud: Students With Disabilities Find 'Rich Environment, Safe Haven' At Miami Learning Experience SchoolThe Miami Learning Experience School, located in Southwest Miami-Dade has been a safe space for children and adults with developmental disabilities since 1977.
Sunday Morning Science Lab: March Winner Simone Dorta Aims To Conserve Energy And MoneySimone Dorta is a fifth grader at Kendale Elementary, whose project is a hot topic, for real. The ten year old knows it’s important to save money and energy. And her science project set out to determine how a home's roof color can do just that.
Broward Schools Supt. Dr. Vickie Cartwright's Guiding Principle Puts Students FirstDr. Vickie Cartwright spoke with CBS4 one month after she was officially selected to be the district's permanent superintendent.
Weston's Zach Wurtenberger Said Competing On Survivor Season 42 Was Dream Come TrueZach Wurtenberger from Weston is ready to outwit, outplay and outlast in Survivor Season 42.
Former Fins Cheerleader & Cancer Survivor Johanna Torres Finds 'Purpose' Participating In Dolphins Challenge CancerFormer Miami Dolphins cheerleader and cancer survivor Johanna Torres finds 'purpose' in participating in Dolphins Challenge Cancer.
Miami Proud: Entrepreneurial Dentist Dr. April Patterson Is Building Community, Giving BackDr. Patty’s Boutique and Spa is in its tenth year in Fort Lauderdale.
Black History Month: Dr. Patricia Rowe-King Empowers, Inspires Those Around HerFor the past 26 years, Dr. Patricia Rowe-King has been living her dream.
National Wear Red Day Raises Awareness Of Heart Disease In WomenHeart attack survivors and doctors stood side by side in the shape of a heart at Broward Health Medical Center on this very important day for all women - National Wear Red Day.
Help The Next Generation On Florida Memorial University's 'Giving Day'Florida Memorial University is one of the state's oldest academic institutions and the only historically Black university in South Florida.
Sunday Morning Science Lab January Winner Tytony Olivier Combines Interest In Military Vehicles With Design SkillsTytony Olivier is a seventh-grader at John F. Kennedy Middle School in North Miami, and like a lot of boys his age - he is into cars.
Miami Proud: Weston Teen's Business Combines Fashion And PhilanthropyStefania Rivas said she was always interested in fashion, but it took the pandemic lockdown last year to light the creative spark in this senior at Cypress Bay High School.
What Does The Iconic Versailles Restaurant Mean To Miami?As Miami's iconic Versailles restaurant prepares to celebrate it's 50th anniversary, CBS4 News looks at why the Little Havana restaurant means so much to Miami.