Acclaimed choreographer Pioneer Winter used Izzy Liberperson's basketball moves to create a live performance art show.
Hot Wheels Report Released: See If You Own One Of The Most Stolen Vehicles In FloridaDo you own one of the most stolen vehicles in the US? The National Insurance Crime Bureau has just released its annual Hot Wheels report of most stolen vehicles in America. Katie Johnston reports.
Burger King Sued Over Impossible WhopperVegan man filed suit, claims Impossible Whoppers are cooked on same grills where meat burgers are cooked.
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Talkin' With Joe 11/19WQAM's Joe Rose on who stood out this season in high school football and whether he thinks they will be a finalist for the Nat Moore Trophy.
Mentoring Matters: Teen Mentor's Mission Is Helping Children Learn To ReadMarybel Rodriguez reports Anik Willig is a South Florida teenager who has made it her mission to mentor young children and help them read and in doing so, has taught them so much more.
AAA Predicts Thanksgiving Travel Will Be Up This YearAAA expects nearly 50 million people will hit the road, a three percent increase over last year.
A Look Into The Metrorail, Metromover Maintenance MessWatch tonight at 11 p.m. on CBS4.
Trending: Taylor SwiftIt looks like Taylor Swift will be able to perform her old songs at the upcoming American Music Award. Her former label Big Machine Records, which owns the rights to her early music, has worked out a deal with the producers of the AMAs.
Trending: Add A Word, Ruin A SongJimmy Fallon asked viewers to add a word to a song title that would change it's meaning. His viewers came through.
Run Off Elections Tuesday In Miami, Miami Beach, And HialeahThe polls will be open until 7 p.m., voters will need to bring ID.
Your CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 11/19CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be a mix of sun and clouds with a high near 80F.
Four More People To Testify In Public Tuesday In House Impeachment InquirySkyler Henry reports three of those who will testify listened in on President Trump's phone call with Ukraine's president.
Eye On The Day 11/19Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: another day of public hearings in the congressional impeachment inquiry, a Colorado man was convicted for the murder of his fiancee and Burger King is under fire for how it cooks its "Impossible Whoppers."
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 11/19Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11/19 6AMExpect a mix of sun and clouds today with a high near 80F.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11-18-19 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday night weather forecast.
Meet The Snake Hunters Fighting The Booming Invasive Python PopulationCBS4's David Sutta went out with the snake hunters to get a glimpse of the action.
Fort Lauderdale Law Firm Secures Jury Verdict Of $157M Against 'Big Tobacco'CBS4's Carey Codd spoke to Bryan Rintoul, who continued a wrongful death lawsuit that Ed Caprio began several years earlier against Philip Morris USA and RJ Reynolds.
20-Year-Old Killed, 13-Year-Old Injured In Shooting At PartyCBS4's Hank Tester reports on the shooting that claimed the life of Jamal Pieze and injured two others.
UM Professor Arrested, Accused Of Money LaunderingCBS4's Ty Russell briefly spoke with Bruce Bagley, a professor on International Studies, who wrote "Drug Trafficking, Organized Crime, and Violence in the Americas Today."
Political Scientist Shares His Insight On Latest Developments In Impeachment InquiryCharles Zelden is a professor in the department of history and political science at Nova Southeastern University.
Murder Suspects On The Run Following Triple Shooting In NW Miami-DadeCBS4's Hank Tester reports on the shooting that killed one and injured two.
UM Professor Charged In Money Laundering SchemeCBS4's Ty Russell caught up with Bruce Bagley, a professor on International Studies, who wrote "Drug Trafficking, Organized Crime, and Violence in the Americas Today."
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Expands K-9 ProgramAdopted dogs will now work as "station therapy dogs" to help first responders cope with stress and help victims in crisis situations.