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Cleveland Browns' defensive tackle Malik McDowell is facing several charges after he reportedly exposed himself and assaulted a Broward Sheriff's deputy.
Butler Gets Triple-Double, Heat Hold Off Raptors 104-99
Tyler Herro scored 23 points, Jimmy Butler got a triple-double in the game's final moment and the Miami Heat held off the Toronto Raptors 104-99 on Monday night.
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Joel Embiid scored 25 of his 32 points in the second half and the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Miami Heat 109-98 on Saturday night.
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Grammy Awards Rescheduled For April 3 in Las Vegas On CBS
The 64th annual Grammy Awards will now be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on April 3, the Recording Academy has announced.
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Late actress Betty White is trending online for a cause that was very near and dear to her heart.
Jimmy Buffett Looks At 50 Years After His 1st Key West Gig
A profane phone call and Jimmy Buffett’s inability to keep his daily planner organized 50 years ago in Miami set in motion events that changed the music world.
Taste Of The Town: Flyfuel Food Co. Serving Fresh And Healthy Food To Fuel Your Day
Flyfuel Food Co. in Aventura is a fast, casual eatery featuring creative twists on healthy foods. Flyfuel, which was formerly Raw Republic, a vegan only restaurant, features a full menu of nutritious salads, açai creations, smoothies and ingredient driven bowls.
Miami Jewish Film Festival, Following COVID Protocols, Kicks Off With 140 Films, Including "iMordecai” Starring Judd Hirsch
The 25th Annual Miami Jewish Film Festival, the largest Jewish film festival in the world is back and following COVID protocols.
Haitian-American Model Saje Nicole Makes History In Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, Creates Online Fitness Program
Saje Nicole is a Haitian American model who grew up in Fort Lauderdale and she’s breaking barriers in the modeling industry as a black, curve model who, last July made her mark as the first Haitian woman to be in Sports Illustrated’s yearly swimsuit edition. CBS4’S Lisa Petrillo met up with this rising star on the beach recently. “It’s huge. I never thought that line would be in front of my name,” Nicole said. “I asked has there ever been any other Haitian model in Sports Illustrated ? They checked and said no, you’re the first.” Saje Nicole grew up admiring the modeling careers of superstars like Tyra Banks , Naomi Campbell and Heidi Klum. But at 5’8” and size 10-12, she didn’t fit the mold of what most models look like. “With my build, my body type, my height, everything is very different than the norm. Most models are like 5’10”,”511”. They are a size 0 or size 2 . I’m a curved model with a shaved head,” she explained. “Everything is so different, and I think that’s why it works. It’s been an interesting ride just seeing how many brands are trying to him praise the diversity in campaigns.” Nicole is also an entrepreneur. She launched her own online wellness and fitness called The Bluprnt.( www.bluprnt.com) It’s exploding. “The bluprnt is not just exercises. It’s mindset training. How to properly love your body, what’s your ideal shape. I’m really excited about it,” she said.
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Florida Lawmakers Take Aim At Sunscreen Ban
In light of Key West banning the sale of sunscreens that contain chemicals believed to harm coral reefs, Florida lawmakers are fast-tracking proposals that would undo the local regulation.
The Risks Of Sun Exposure And How To Protect Your Skin This Summer
Now that sun exposure is considered a cancer risk on the same level with tobacco and asbestos, it's time to get serious about protecting yourself.