CBS4 Exclusive: Mail Thief Targets Miami Lakes NeighborhoodCBS4 has obtained exclusive Ring camera video after a mail thief has been targeting a neighborhood in Miami Lakes.
Demand For Nurses Grows In South FloridaA spokeswoman for the Jackson Health System says there's a shortage of 437 nurses across its seven hospitals.
5 Shot, 1 Died In Shooting Outside NW Miami-Dade BarOne man was killed, four others were injured in an overnight shooting in northwest Miami-Dade.
Delays In Getting COVID Test Results Reported At Pop-Up SitesA Southwest Miami-Dade woman is trying to raise awareness about delays in getting COVID test results from pop-up sites and she says she was tested 17 days ago and has still not heard what the results were.
Exclusive: South Florida Law Enforcement Officers Afflicted With COVID Returning To Work SoonerCBS4 News has learned that South Florida police officers who have contracted COVID-19 have been returning to work sooner than expected.
Urban League President T. Willard Fair Urges More Time To Find Miami-Dade Public Schools SuperintendentThe longtime President and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Miami is urging Miami-Dade School Board members to take more time in finding a successor for Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho.
Exclusive: CBS4 News Takes A Look Inside Tropical Park's COVID-19 Testing SiteCBS4 News went inside a busy drive-up, COVID testing site Tuesday at Tropical Park for the first time and found that nurses are working extraordinary hours while helping people who need tests.
Omicron Impacting Younger Children As Well As Those With Special NeedsThe chief medical officer at the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital says the omicron variant of the coronavirus is taking a toll on younger patients and those with special needs.
Two Men Found Dead Outside Home In Southwest Miami-Dade NeighborhoodTwo men were found dead from gunshot wounds in the front yard of a home early Friday morning.
Latest Fatal Highway Shooting Alarms PBA South Florida President Steadman StahlThe President of the South Florida Police Benevolent Association is alarmed after the latest highway shooting that took the life of a man, after a barrage of bullets were fired at his car on the Palmetto Expressway and at a gas station in Northwest Miami-Dade.
Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho's Last Day Will Be Feb. 3, Board Meets To Discuss ReplacementThe Miami-Dade School Board held a special meeting Wednesday to discuss what they'll be looking for when they select a replacement for outgoing Superintendent Alberto Carvalho.
South Florida Schools Scramble To Address Teacher Shortage Due To COVID-19Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says the school system is scrambling to cope with the toll that COVID-19 is taking on teachers.
New Mask Rules For Miami-Dade, Broward Schools After Holiday BreakOn the first day of school after the winter break, there are new mask rules in Miami-Dade and Broward.
Brawl Breaks Out At Miami International Airport, Two Men ArrestedTwo men have been charged after a brawl broke out at Miami International Airport Monday evening.
Chief Medical Officers Say Hospitals Prepared For Increase In COVID PatientsThe chief medical officers for Jackson Memorial Hospital and the Memorial Healthcare System tell CBS4 that they are prepared for an increase in COVID patients tied to the omicron variant, but they are not ready to say that there will be a surge at this point.