Jeff Ransdell and Nabyl Charaina join CBS4 News to explain cryptocurrency and discuss what the future may hold.
Drenching Downpours Sweeping Across South FloridaCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has more on the possible flood concerns.
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WEB EXTRA: Behind The Scenes Of The Late Show Before Monday's First In-Studio Show In 15 MonthsThe Late Show with Stephen Colbert returns to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York with a studio audience for the first time in more than a year. CBS correspondent Michael George was inside as the crew prepared for Monday’s show. Take a look behind the scenes, then watch the show tonight after CBS4 News at 11.
WEB EXTRA: President Biden Says Queen Elizabeth Reminds Him Of His MotherPresident Joe Biden says Queen Elizabeth reminds him of his mother "in terms of the look of her and just the generosity," the president said after meeting the Queen in Windsor Castle in England on Sunday (6/13).
WEB EXTRA: CBS News Poll On Whether People Prefer To Work At Office Or At HomeMany people worked from home during the pandemic. A new CBS News poll looks at whether workers want to return to the office or stay remote for the next year. What would you prefer?
Freshpet Recalls Salmonella Contaminated Dog Food Shipped To Publix, Target Which Was Supposed To Be TrashedA dog food which was meant to be trashed due to potential salmonella contamination ended up on store shelves and is now being recalled. Katie Johnston reports.
Lightning Struck Near Pompano Beach Workers In BoatNeither worker was struck directly but they were taken to the hospital as a precaution.
CBSMiami.com Weather 6/14/2021 12PMScattered thunderstorms in the afternoon. Some could produce heavy downpours and lightning.
Miami Mayor Suarez Announces Major Donation To iTech Summer ProgramBobeth Yates reports Mayor Suarez said the program teaches students skills they will need for a successful future.
Eric Clapton And Van Morrison Set To Perform At Hard Rock LiveSome of the biggest names in music are coming to South Florida. The first is Eric Clapton and the second is Van Morrison. Katie Johnston reports.
Benjamin Netanyahu Ousted As Israel's Prime MinisterIan Lee reports the country's longest serving leader lost control of the government Sunday night.
President Biden Tells NATO A Strong Alliance Is Essential For AmericaNatalie Brand reports President Biden told NATO leaders that the U.S. is back in the business of leading the world.
Man Charged In Brutal Southwest Miami-Dade AttackDexter McQueen accused of stomping on a man's head and hitting him with a shopping cart.
Gov. DeSantis To Express Support For Jewish Population After Rise In Anti-SemitismPeter D'Oench reports Gov. DeSantis will visit a Surfside Jewish community center on Monday.
AAA: Florida Gas Prices Jump To Most Expensive Since 2014According to AAA, Florida gas prices jumped 12 cents last week and drivers are now paying the most expensive prices since November 2014. Katie Johnston reports.
Disney World Makes Masks Optional For Vaccinated Visitors This WeekThe Walt Disney World Resort will make masks optional for vaccinated guests beginning Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Scientists Sounding Alarm Over Unusually High Number Of Manatee DeathsManuel Bojorquez reports pollution and run off are causing algae blooms which kills the seagrass that manatees need to eat to survive.
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Trending: Chris Evans BirthdayChris Hemsworth trolled Chris Evans on his birthday with a selfie photo of himself and a third Chris - Chris Pratt.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu OustedCharlie D'Agata reports new Prime Minister Naftali Bennett was congratulated by President Biden
Cuba Records Highest Daily Number Of Coronavirus CasesOn Sunday, it reported more than 1,400 new cases.
CBS4 Forecast For Monday 6/14/2021CBS4 meteorologist Jennifer Correa says storms will move into South Florida throughout the day and there is potential for street flooding in some areas.
Port St. Lucie Toddler Shot In The HeadPolice are looking for Mohamed Faiyaz who they said was present at the time of the shooting.
Mass Shootings In Several States Leave Eight DeadBobeth Yates reports the president, state leaders, and community activists say this rise in violence needs to end.