Fort Lauderdale Beach, South Beach, Enact New Safety Rules For Spring BreakThe Fort Lauderdale Police Department has announced new rules for the next month as thousands of spring breakers are expected to head to South Florida.
Group To Help Keep Miami Beach Clean For Turtle Nesting Season As New Rules Go Into EffectNew rules for spring breakers heading to Miami Beach go into effect Thursday, and one environmental group is gearing up to help keep the beach clean and protect turtles during their nesting season.
New Rules Involving Alcohol Sales, Loud Music To Greet Miami Beach Spring BreakersNew rules for spring breakers heading to Miami Beach go into effect over the next several days.
Miami Beach Implementing New Spring Break RulesThe City of Miami Beach is passing new rules and amping up enforcement in an effort to curb disruptive spring break crowds.
Miami Beach Hotel Seeks Temporary Injunction To Stop Enforcement Of 2AM Alcohol Sales BanA popular spring break hot spot, the Clevelander Hotel on Miami Beach, is fighting back against the city's latest alcohol ban.
South Florida Expecting A Tourism Rebound For Spring BreakStarting in early March and lasting this year until mid-April, spring break typically draws thousands of students, families and tourists to the sunny weather and sandy beaches.  
Miami Beach Ordinance Seeks To Roll Back Alcohol Sales In Entertainment DistrictLast call would come at 2 a.m. for dozens of bars, hotels, and other businesses in Miami Beach's entertainment district if city commissioners adopt an ordinance that would roll back hours for alcohol sales.
Miami Beach Spring Break Crowds Abide By Curfew, Ocean Drive QuietAfter a tumultuous couple of weeks that saw rowdy crowds and some violence, Miami Beach's Ocean Drive is quiet now and people who live in the area say they hope it stays that way heading into another spring break weekend.
'Don't Come Here To Do Bad Things': Residents Concerned Over Chaos On South BeachMany South Beach residents are concerned about the chaos on South Beach, but not everyone.
Former Miami Beach Commissioner Kristen Rosen-Gonzalez Calling For End To Party-Like AtmosphereSouth Beach was once again relatively calm Thursday as the city implemented another state of emergency. Residents CBS4’s Bobeth Yates spoke to said they want it to stay that way.
'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.
Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber On Spring Break, 'The Hard Party Is Over'CBS4 spoke to Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber on Spring Break 2021. He was asked about the police response to crowds, the image Miami Beach is projecting to the world and whether he accepted responsibility for what was happening.
'If You Don't Plan, It's Going To Be Catastrophic': Luther Campbell Warned Miami Beach Officials Ahead Of ChaosWell-known rapper and local football coach Luther Campbell faults Miami Beach officials for not planning on how to handle the large crowd of people coming for Spring Break.
'Images Are Challenging To Watch': Former State Sen. Dwight Bullard Concerned About Chaos On South BeachRowdy spring breakers and pandemic-weary tourists are being drawn to South Beach by the thousands.  There have been fights, crime, and several dangerous stampedes. Former State Senator Dwight Bullard said he is concerned by the images coming from Miami Beach.
Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Aileen Marty On Spring Break Mass Gatherings: 'You Have People Completely Behaving As If COVID Didn't Exist'Florida International University Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Aileen Marty spoke to CBS4 about mass gatherings during spring break in Miami Beach.