‘I Cannot Have A Building Built Where He Died’: Emotional Resident Speaks Out At Hearing Over Future Of Surfside Collapse SiteNew controversy Tuesday night in Surfside over the future of the site of the tragic building collapse.
Florida's COVID-19 Hospitalizations Dip Below 11,000Florida continues to see reduced numbers of patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
Dealing With Shortage Of Teachers, Broward School District Puts Out ‘Help Wanted’ SignThe Broward School District has put out the “help wanted” sign. But the head of the teachers union urged the school board Tuesday to do more to attract and keep instructors.
CBS4 Nat Moore Trophy Profile: St. Thomas Aquinas Left Tackle Julian ArmellaThis week’s Nat Moore Trophy nominee is all about protecting the quarterback. Julian Armella is a big left tackle out of St. Thomas Aquinas, who is a big fan of wrestling and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson.
2022 Florida Prepaid Application Fees Being Waived During Early EnrollmentFamilies looking to enroll their children in this year’s Florida prepaid college plan, from now until October 31, will have their application fee waived. 
Hard Rock Stadium Upgrades Fabulous Food Choices Ahead Of Dolphins Home OpenerMiami Dolphins fans have a lot to look forward to at Sunday’s home opener against the Buffalo Bills. That’s because Hard Rock Stadium is sporting a few upgrades, especially in the food department.
'Cat Was In Between Fabric And Concrete': UM Fan Who Saved #HardRockCat Recalls Near Cat-AstropheA cat-astrophe was avoided over the weekend at Hard Rock Stadium as University of Miami football fans turned into players of their own as a feline plummeted toward them.
Floridians Rack Up Credit Card Debt In Pandemic Spending SpreeForget sheltering in and laying low during the pandemic. Optimistic vaccinated Floridians are making up for lost time by racking up credit card debt.
Amazon Looking To Hire 125,000 With An Average Pay Of $18 Per HourBoth full-time and part-time jobs are available.
Arrest Made In Stabbing Death Of Miramar Teen Farrah Carter Nearly 20 Years AgoWhen Farrah Carter, 15, was stabbed to death in her Miramar home 19 years ago, police called it one of the most horrific crime scenes they’d come across.
Not Guilty Plea For Tamarius Davis, Man Accused Of Killing South Beach Tourist While 'High On Mushrooms'A not guilty plea was entered on behalf of the man who is accused of walking into a Miami Beach restaurant and fatally shooting a young father who was protecting his 1-year-old son.
Judge Orders Pembroke Pines Student Accused Of Making Threats To Stay Away From School, Social MediaA 12-year old girl accused of making threats against her middle school, and her parents, were present Tuesday for a virtual hearing before a judge.
Florida Prepaid Rewards Early College Savers, Urges Families To Claim $200K In RefundsFamilies looking to enroll their children in this year’s Florida Prepaid College Plan will have their $50 application fee waived until October 31 as a reward for enrolling early.
Harvest Moon Right Before Fall Season Starts, King Tides In South FloridaThe next full moon on the calendar arrives a couple of days before Fall season begins and it is known as the Harvest Moon. South Florida may also be dealing with King Tides at the same time.
Florida Tax Revenues Got A Boost In JulyBolstered in part by people continuing to spend down savings amassed during the COVID-19 pandemic, Florida general-revenue collections exceeded expectations by 24 percent in July.