Opening statements are scheduled to get underway Monday in the trial of a man who threw his 5-year-old daughter off a Tampa bridge. Ken Molestina reports.
Parkland Shooting Survivor Says Harvard Rescinded AdmissionA pro-Second Amendment activist and Parkland shooting survivor announced Harvard rescinded his acceptance as a result of racist remarks he made before the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
President Trump's Re-Election Campaign Kicks Off In OrlandoPresident Trump's re-election campaign officially starts Tuesday with a rally in Orlando. There are already people camping and waiting ahead of the rally.
Jury Returns Mixed Verdict In Trial Of North Miami Officer Jonathan AleddaA Miami jury took a few hours to find North Miami police officer Jonathan Aledda guilty of a lesser charge of culpable negligence in the shooting of an unarmed caretaker.
Tampa Man On A MissionA Tampa man, former Green Beret, Jarrid "Jay" Collins leads Operation BBQ Relief which provides food to first responders and victims of natural disasters.
Appeal Filed On Carnival Pollution DealAn appeal has been filed following Carnival's plea deal on pollution violations.
Road To The White HousePresident Donald Trump heads to Orlando to make his re-election run official.
CDC Announces New HIV Initiative In South FloridaAt ground zero for new HIV infections, Miami-Dade County is about to become the beginning of a new collaboration.
Harvard Rescinds Admission To Parkland Survivor Over Racial SlursA pro-Second Amendment activist and Parkland shooting survivor announced Harvard rescinded his acceptance as a result of racist remarks he made before the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
North Miami Police Officer Jonathan Aledda Testifies In Retrial Of Shooting Of Unarmed ManClosing arguments are scheduled to begin Monday afternoon in the retrial of North Miami police officer Jonathan Aledda in the 2016 shooting of unarmed mental health therapist Charles Kinsey while he was taking care of a man with autism.
Summer Camp SafetyDoctors release new guidelines for attending summer camp.
Divers In Deerfied Beach Clean Up Set New World RecordHundreds of divers donned their wetsuits and air tanks on Saturday to become the largest group to conduct an underwater cleanup.
Florida Congressman Brian Mast Demands Transparency On Toxic Blue-Green AlgaeFlorida Congressman Brian Mast is demanding transparency from the Army Corp of Engineers when it comes to the toxic blue-green algae plaguing parts of the treasure coast.
Trending: OJ Simpson Joins Twitter25 years after the 'case of the century,' OJ Simpson is taking on Twitter.
Trending: 16 New Houseguests Announced For 'Big Brother'Meet the all-new cast of 'Big Brother' as the show returns for its 21st season on CBS!
Tensions With Iran On The RiseIran is ramping up enrichment of low-grade uranium and will pass the limit it is allowed to stockpile under the nuclear deal in 10 days, a spokesman for the Iranian atomic agency announced Monday.
Florida Keys Waterspout Forms With Boater Right UnderneathWith all of the recent rain and bad weather we have had recently, it’s no surprise someone captured video of a waterspout off Marathon with quite a unique view.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 6-17-19 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Gloria Vanderbilt Dies At Age 95Intrepid heiress, artist, and fashion designer Gloria Vanderbilt has died.
Gov. DeSantis Secures Additional $5.1 Million For Election Cyber SecurityGovernor Ron DeSantis has pledged an additional five million dollars to ensure the security of Florida elections.
BSO Finds Multi-Million Dollar Stash Of Fentanyl Hidden In SUVBroward Sheriff’s Office detectives uncovered a multi-million dollar stash of the dangerous drug fentanyl hidden in a rental vehicle in a hospital parking garage.
WEB EXTRA: Governor Ron DeSantis' Press Conference On Election SecurityGovernor Ron DeSantis has pledged an additional five million dollars to ensure the security of Florida elections.
WEB EXTRA: OJ Simpson Bronco Chase25 years ago, the nation watched as O.J. Simpson and his friend Al Cowlings were pursued by police through the streets of Los Angeles in a white Ford Bronco. The infamous “Bronco chase” came hours after the Los Angeles Police Department charged Simpson with the murders of Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman.
WEB EXTRA: Orangutan Celebrates 50th BirthdayHappy birthday Nenette! The orangutan celebrated her 50th birthday with a strawberry cake and gifts of tropical fruits at her home in Paris' Jardin des Plantes zoo. This year, Nenette became the zoo's oldest resident. Born in Borneo, she was welcomed to the zoo in 1972 when she was three. According to a 2016 assessment from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, orangutans are a critically endangered species, with only about 100,000 left
WEB EXTRA Gloria Vanderbilt ObitGloria Vanderbilt, socialite, artist and fashion icon, has died at the age of 95. Vanderbilt's son Anderson Cooper announced her death Monday, weeks after she was diagnosed with advanced stomach cancer.
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VIDEO: Waterspout Off Marathon Forms With Boater Right UnderneathWith all of the recent rain and bad weather we have had recently, it’s no surprise someone captured video of a waterspout off Marathon with quite a unique view.
WEB EXTRA: BSO Finds Multi-Million Dollar Stash Of Fentanyl Hidden In Suspicious SUVBroward Sheriff’s Office detectives uncovered a multi-million dollar stash of the dangerous drug fentanyl hidden in a rental vehicle in a hospital parking garage.
Florida Man Steals Pool Floats For Sex 'Instead Of Raping Women'A Florida man remains jailed on charges of stealing pool floats for sex "instead of raping women." Ken Molestina reports.
The Legend Of Florida's Skunk Ape Lives On, Deep In The Heart Of The EvergladesThe Sunshine State has beautiful beaches, thrilling theme parks, and great nightlife; but did you know we are also home to the elusive and mysterious Skunk Ape?