6 Workers Injured By Falling Rebar At Brickell Construction SiteAt least six construction workers were injured Wednesday morning after a large bundle of rebar fell on them at a construction site in Brickell, authorities said.
CBS4 Exclusive: Miami Police Break Up Event Which Could Have Been A 'COVID Disaster'Miami Police broke up what they say could have been a “COVID disaster” this past weekend when an alert police commander came across something suspicious and officers including the Code Enforcement team moved in.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez Urges Residents To Prepare For Possible Impacts From Hurricane Isaias Miami-Dade is preparing for possible impacts from Hurricane Isaias.
Mayors Of Miami-Dade Cities Say They Are Being Cheated Out Of Federal CARES Act FundsRepresentatives of 16 cities in Miami-Dade, including mayors, vice mayors and city commissioners, lashed out at Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez on Thursday, saying they are being cheated out of federal CARES Act funds owed their cities.
Coronavirus Pandemic Adds Another Layer Of Complexity To Storm PreparationsRegardless of what happens in the coming days, right now, this is a good reminder that we all need to be prepared for hurricane season. But we can't deny that things are different because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Miami Man Ticketed For Not Wearing Mask Accused Of COVID-19 Relief Funds Fraud In The MillionsA Miami man is drawing worldwide attention after being arrested on charges he defrauded the federal government out of COVID-19 relief funds and spent some of the $4 million loan on a Lamborghini costing more than $300,000.
'Somebody Knows Something': Drive-By Shooting Of 7-Year Old Girl Alana Washington Now Deemed HomicideThe mother of A 7-year-old girl who was shot and critically wounded in a drive-by on Saturday night, has passed away, the same day her mother appealed for the public’s help in finding the killer.
'I Think It's Great', Mayor Carlos Gimenez On Five New Pop Up Coronavirus Test Sites That Opened FridayFour out of five new temporary coronavirus drive-thru test sites opened Friday. with one site delayed until Saturday.
'We Don't Want To Be The Bad Guy': Miami Police On Wearing A Face Mask Or Risk Paying A Fine or Jail TimeThe City of Miami is taking steps to make sure people are complying with its mask mandate including no more warnings. Citations are being issued to people who aren’t wearing a mask or facial covering in public.
Report: Nearly 3,000 South Florida Businesses Have Shut Down As Result Of COVID-19 PandemicHardship from the coronavirus has prompted businesses to be creative.
Homestead Police Officer Recovering From Coronavirus After Plasma DonationA Homestead police officer is recovering from “11 very tough days” in the hospital after receiving what can be a lifesaving donation of convalescent plasma.
City Of Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, 'I'm Meeting With Our Business Community About The Possibility Of Future Lockdown'Miami Mayor Francis Suarez announced Thursday that he will be meeting with business owners on Friday to discuss a possible COVID-19 lockdown.
Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho To CBS4: 'Priority Is Safety, Health & Well-Being Of Students & Staff' On Reopening PlansWednesday is the final day for parents of students in Miami-Dade County Public schools to submit a survey in which they are asked to choose which method of learning they prefer for their children when school begins in August.
Miami-Dade Police: 'Businesses Not Complying Run The Risk Of Being Closed,' After Latest Non-Compliance ArrestA veteran Miami-Dade Police detective and spokesman is speaking out after the county’s latest arrest tied to new emergency orders now in place because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Miami-Dade Restaurant Owners Take To The Streets To Protest Indoor Dining RestrictionsMembers of Miami-Dade County’s restaurant industry are coming together to protest Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s Emergency Order which shuts down indoor restaurant dining rooms in the face of rising coronavirus cases.