Marilyn Monroe's Death: New CluesNew evidence has been uncovered in the death of the most famous sex icon of all time: Marilyn Monroe. Was her death really a suicide? or a perfect cover-up for murder and scandal? And did her death really take place in the comfort of her own home? The mystery continues a half century later, in the most unexpected of places. CBS4's Shannon Hori has the story.
Teen Declared Cancer-Free Aims To Help OthersTwo words that don't seem to go together are children and cancer, but sadly each year cancer affects about 13 thousand children in the United States.
Something Extra: The Ugly "Ugly Meter"If there's such a thing as reincarnation, next time around, I'd be an app developer.
S. Fla. Author Brad Meltzer Shows Softer Side With Book For DaughterBestselling thriller and mystery author Brad Meltzer has just released a new book “Heroes For My Daughter”, but this time, he had his daughter Lila in mind while writing it.
Famed Architect To Bring Her Designs To SoBeOne of the most famous architects in the world will soon bring one of her designs to South Beach.
Marg Helgenberger Says Good-Bye To "CSI"Marg Helgenberger's final night on "CSI" has arrived.
Miami Symphony Orchestra's Maestro Signs 5-Year ContractThe Miami Symphony Orchestra will perform An Evening in Vienna at the Adrienne Arsht Center on Saturday, and the man holding the baton recently signed a five year contract that will keep him in South Florida into 2017.
Celebrities Helping Haiti Make Big ImpactIt's been almost two years since a massive earthquake devastated parts of Haiti. While it seems reconstruction efforts have been slow-going, some of those doing what they can to ensure Haiti's future are celebrities who are making quite an impact.
Books & Books Founder Honored With Prestigious AwardThe National Book Foundation will bestow the Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community on a South Florida native.
Heat's Miller Shares Daughter's Story Of Congenital Heart DefectWhile the NBA lockout continues, one Miami Heat player is taking advantage of time home with his family.
S. Fla. Woman Shares Story Of 'Staring,' Breaking StereotypesThere is only one thing a new photo exhibit wants you to see: Beauty. But unlike the traditional modeling beauties of fashion and screen, CBS4's Shannon Hori introduces you to a South Florida woman with flaws, who begs you to "Stare at Me."
A Sister's Promise: The Susan G. Komen FoundationThe woman behind the largest breast cancer fighting organization goes one on one with CBS4 News Anchor Shannon Hori. Meet Nancy Brinker, the woman who created the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Miami Dragon Boat Team Paddles For Breast Cancer Awareness Battling breast cancer can easily turn into a lonely and uphill battle, but a team of South Florida women found a new way to fight the disease. They are coming together to beat the disease and paddle their way through the battle.
Fins Coach Tony Sparano's Family Touched By Breast CancerFighting breast cancer is a family affair for Jeanette Sparano, the wife of Miami Dolphins Head Coach, Tony Sparano. She tells CBS4 News Anchor Shannon Hori what she's doing for the family members and friends who get the dreaded diagnosis.
Miami Dolphins Battle Breast Cancer Shannon Hori talks to the wife of Miami Dolphins head coach, Tony Sparano, who explains why this personal fight is one that none of us can ignore.