Dolphins Hall of Famer Jason Taylor And Steve Goldstein Join CBS4 Preseason Broadcast TeamMiami Dolphins legend and Hall of Famer Jason Taylor is returning to the CBS4 broadcast booth as an analyst for Dolphins preseason broadcasts. He’ll be joined in 2021 by Steve Goldstein, who will call play-by-play and former linebacker/defensive end Kim Bokamper, who will continue to serve as the sideline reporter.
Plenty Of Confusion Remains As Gov. DeSantis Still At Odds With Who's Allowed To SailShips are set to sail again, but, who will be allowed onboard and what role will Florida play are still legal questions that need to be answered.
'We Want To Do Our Part': Miami Heat Donate $1 Million To Bridge Healthcare Gap In Minority CommunitiesThe Miami Heat continued their social justice pledge to help make positive changes in the community by donating $1 million to Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organization, that will help address the healthcare gap in South Florida minority communities.
Florida Panthers To Allow Limited Number Of Fans At Home GamesThe Florida Panthers will open their home arena, the BB&T Center in Sunrise, to fans to start the new NHL season, but with limited capacity.
Tua Tagovailoa Leads Dolphins Rookie Class In Helping Community This Holiday SeasonTua Tagovailoa and the rest of the Dolphins rookie class are making an impact in the community this holiday season.
Miami Heat Steps Up To Help Feed Those In Need This Holiday SeasonThe Miami Heat has stepped up to help those in need this holiday season.
Dog Stolen From Northeast Dade Store Needs Special Care, Manager Begs For ReturnA tiny dog named Molly, stolen from the Tiny Paws Puppy Boutique in northeast Miami-Dade, is in need of special dietary attention and the store's owner and manager want her back.
Miami Dolphins Commit $75M To Cancer Research At Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer CenterThe Miami Dolphins are making a $75 million commitment to support live-saving cancer research.
‘Can’t Let The Virus Control Your Life’: South Florida Man Urges Residents To Not Put Off Medical Care Out Of Fear Of Visiting HospitalsThe pandemic has caused many issues, including the reluctance of people in need of medical care to go to the hospital. Luckily, one South Florida man had the courage to go to Broward Health when he needed a liver transplant.
Miami-Dade Public Schools Gets Through Day 1 Of Online Orientation Despite Technical IssuesWith Miami-Dade County Public Schools set to begin remote learning next Monday, this week will be all about online preparation for what’s to come.
Miami Heat 'Continue The Conversation' With New Playoff Slogan 'United In Black'The Miami Heat head into next week’s NBA playoffs with a new playoff slogan. Usually they go ‘White Hot’ but this time, it is ‘United in Black’ to tie-in to the fight for social justice.
Fins QB Of The Future Tua Tagovailoa Shows Up To 1st Press Conference In A Ryan Fitzpatrick JerseyNew Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, the team’s first round draft pick and hope for the future, met with the media Thursday at training camp. He made a statement with what he wore – a Ryan Fitzpatrick jersey.
Broward County Public Schools To Revisit Return To Campus Plan Ahead Of ScheduleBroward County Public Schools has shifted its position a bit, vowing to reconsider a return to school buildings weeks ahead of originally scheduled.
Coral Gables, Hialeah Set Up COVID-19 Testing Sites For Frontline WorkersCoral Gables and Hialeah have set up COVID-19 testing sites for frontline workers.
'It's Even Busier Right Now': Jackson Health System ER Doctor On COVID-19 StrainSouth Florida hospitals are feeling the strain as more people test positive for COVID-19. From the number of available beds to the number of personnel, Jackson Health System is under pressure.