Miami Proud: ‘Everyone Is Seen As Equals’: Teen Volunteer Shines Light On Inclusiveness At WOW Center For Differently Abled AdultsA South Florida teenager is making a big impact on a local non-profit organization by volunteering her time to help differently-abled adults.
Miami Dolphins Food Relief Program Helps Small Businesses Reach Those In NeedDuring these difficult times many companies have struggled to stay afloat but thanks to the generosity of the Miami Dolphins and their food relief program they have made it and come out stronger.
Miami Proud: Young Musician On Autism Spectrum Showcases Extraordinary TalentWhat a year indoors it has been for piano prodigy Jacob Velazquez as he has developed an incredible musical touch.
Miami Gardens COVID-19 Vaccination Site Wants To Curb Hesitancy In African American CommunityA sense of comfort and confidence, that's how medical professionals at the new walk-up COVID=19 vaccination site at Brentwood Pool in Miami Gardens want residents to feel.
'We Need These Healthy Reefs': Rescue A Reef For Earth DayEarth Day, which is officially marked on April 22, is about saving the environment and that includes our oceans.
Baltimore Teen Leaves Holtz Children's Hospital After Receiving Life Saving TransplantIt's was a moment 19-year-old Macey Brietenback has been waiting for her whole life.
Miami Proud: Having Walked The Walk, Ron Brummitt, Homeless Organization Leader Serves Community With GraceRon Brummitt, president at Miami Rescue Mission/Broward Outreach Centers, serves with grace because the homeless organization leader has walked the walk.
'I Don't Think There's Any Long Term Damage': Tourism Chief Bill Talbert On South Beach ChaosOne man who knows a thing or two about Miami Beach and its brand is Bill Talbert, the President and CEO of The Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau. He spoke with CBS4’s Marybel Rodriguez about the chaos on South Beach and its possible long term effects.
Women's History Month: Miami Police Commander Nerly Papier Said Secret To Her Success In Balance And SupportThroughout the month of March, CBS4 is shining a spotlight on women who have shattered the glass ceiling in our community.
Miami Proud: 'Girls Makes Beats' Empowers Girls With Music Industry SkillsTiffany Miranda was 15 when she got her start in the Miami music scene, now she is empowering girls to follow their dreams in the music industry.
Miami Proud: Miami 'Family On Demand' Service For Seniors Popular During PandemicEvelyn Perl enjoys her outings and her independence. Before COVID-19, the Davie resident would go out to play Texas Hold ‘Em.
Miami Proud: Coffee For A Cause In KendallOur Grounds is a unique coffee shop in Kendall brewing kindness and creating opportunity for people with all kinds of disabilities. CBS4’s Marybel Rodriguez explains how they are literally grinding through the pandemic.
Redland Middle School Excited About Its New Innovative Media CenterWhen Redland Middle School students return after months of being at home they'll discover the school has a new media center with roaming desks, a brand new Promethean board, a robotics section, and more than a dozen computers.
Miami Proud: Teen Recovering From Tumor Finds Motivation Through VolunteeringThis week's Miami Proud shines a light on a Miami teenager going through a difficult struggle but finding strength and inspiration through his dedication to his community service.
Pedaling For A Purpose: Miami Officer Joe McCrink Riding 1,000 Miles For Childhood Cancer Awareness MonthThe coronavirus pandemic has forced closures and cancellations of mostly everything in our lives and that includes fundraisers. But that is not stopping one City of Miami Police Officer who is pedaling for a purpose.