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Western High Students Attend Virtual Classes Thursday After School Power Outage
Students at Western High School in Davie will be taking virtual classes on Thursday.
Xavier Johnson Charged In Abduction, Murder Of Andreae Lloyd
An arrest has been made in the abduction and killing of 27-year-old Andreae Lloyd.
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Martin's Career High 28 Points Leads Heat Past Bucks 113-104
Caleb Martin scored a career-high 28 points and the Miami Heat beat the Milwaukee Bucks 113-104 on Wednesday night.
Tiger Woods, Son Charlie To Play In PNC Championship In Orlando
A week after Tiger Woods says saying he will never play golf professionally full time again, Tigers Woods will be teaming up with his 12-year-old son next week for the PNC Championship in Orlando.
Florida Backs Effort To Draw FIFA To Miami, Orlando
Florida’s business-recruitment agency has put $10 million into the pitch to help Miami and Orlando become host cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament.
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Banksy 'Charlie Brown' Sells For $4 Million, While Child Prodigy Thrills Crowd With His Artwork
At Art Miami and its sister fair Art Context, headlines are being made with the $4 million sale of a 'Charlie Brown' Banksy, a 10-year-old child prodigy is wowing the crowds, and there are some stunning new murals at Wynwood Walls. Lisa Petrillo has it all.
University Of Florida Awards Late Musician Tom Petty Posthumous PHD For Music
Nearly two decades after earning a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and more than four years after his death, rock icon Tom Petty has been awarded an honorary Ph.D. from the University of Florida.
Taste Of The Town: Casa Mariano In Doral Delights With A Blend Of Mediterranean and South American Flavors
Casa Mariano in Doral is the ultimate hidden gem. It opened September of 2021 and has found quite the following. CBS4's Lisa Petrillo checks it out in this week's Taste of the Town.
Miami Police Department Sees Record Number of Applications In Hours
The Miami Police Department is not hiring, at least not since a flood of applicants forced them to close off the process within hours. The reason? Possibly because of the departments' cult following on social media.
Miami Art Week At Miami Design District, Where Art Is Walkable And Free
We’re walking and talking all around the Miami Design District known as the place where art meets architecture. Our host is the man who had the vision for it all- founder, Craig Robins, and on this art week, art is everywhere “ Free . It’s all free. The idea was that art can also be public. It’s Art, design and architecture. People can experience the best creativity in the world and not have to have it in their home or on the wall, they can just enjoy it, Robins said.
'Video Music Box' Founder, Hip Hop Influencer Ralph McDaniels Shares His Journey In New Showtime Documentary: 'This Music Is Really Powerful'
Showtime documentary 'You're Watching Video Music Box' chronicles the evolution of founder Ralph McDaniel's life and career and the atomic impact his show Video Music Box made on American culture.
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Lockdown-Free Florida Is Top Vacation Spot For Holidays, Especially Miami
If Miami streets, restaurants, and beaches seem a bit more crowded, it's because they are. Miami is one of the top search destinations on travel websites and statewide, Florida had 32.5 million travelers from July to September of this year, exceeding the number of visitors during that period in pre-pandemic 2019, Gov. Ron DeSantis said recently.
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Groups Divided On Campus Gun Bills
Guns won't improve safety at schools where students already encounter a "toxic mix" of alcohol, drugs and the pressure of academics, opponents of a series of campus gun bills argued Monday.