Multiple automakers have put their focus on implementing new technology into cars that alerts distracted drivers to keep their eyes on the road.
Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Rick Maglione Moves To New RoleThe Chief of Police in Fort Lauderdale Rick Maglione is being reassigned to a new role and being replaced by Assistant Chief Karen Dietrech
CBSMiami.com Weather 7/9 12PMPartly cloudy with isolated thunderstorms possible.
Broward Vote-By-Mail Ballots Sent Out For August PrimaryTed Scouten reports 240,000 initial ballots were mailed out on Thursday,
Miami Mayor Asked The State For 500 More Contact TracersPeter D'Oench reports only 17 percent of those who tested positive for COVID-19 in the county have completed questionnairestact would enable contact tracing.
Supreme Court Upholds New York Prosecutors Demand For Trump Tax RecordsSkyler Henry reports the high court also ruled that President Trump can block the release of his tax records to Congress.
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Former Miami Heat Star Alonzo Mourning Hosts Food DistributionsThey will take place every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at Gibson Park in Overtown.
Your CBS4 Forecast For Thursday 7/9CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be partly cloudy and we'll be flirting with record heat. Spotty storms are possible in the afternoon.
Lawsuit Filed To Block Republican National Convention In JacksonvillePeople behind the suit say it will greatly harm the city's health and welfare.
Trending: Lady A LawsuitCountry band Lady A is now suing Atlanta singer Anita White who has performed as Lady A for a number of years. The group filed the suit after negotiations with White broke down.
Trending: Bad BunnyReggaeton superstar Bad Bunny is now Playboy magazine's first-ever digital cover star. He's also the second male ever to get a cover spot.
Miami-Dade Restaurants Adjust To Outdoor Dining RuleBrooke Shafer reports some restaurants are expanding their outdoor dining into parking lots.
Eye On The Day 7/9Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: COVID-19 continues surging in the South, the White House talks schools reopening, and a poll says people will be spending less money post-pandemic. What are some changes you’ll make?
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 7/9Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning
CBSMiami.com Weather 7/9 6AMSunshine and clouds mixed. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible High 94F.
Inter Miami CF Fall In OrlandoInter Miami CF gave its fans reasons to cheer during their Wednesday evening game against Orlando City SC, as they were leading 1-0 for most of the game.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 7-8-20 11PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.
Hospitals Acrosss South Florida Prepare For Coronavirus SurgeIt is an emergency with no clear outcome, hospital beds filling up in South Florida as COVID-19 cases skyrocket.
Restaurant Owners Prepare For Indoor Dining RestrictionsMiami-Dade restaurant owners are preparing to close to indoor dining starting Thursday.
Restaurants In Broward Face RestrictionsBroward Mayor Dale Holness held a brief news conference on Wednesday afternoon to announce new measures to try to slow down the spread of the coronavirus in the county.
Some Restaurants Get Creative In Miami-DadeRestaurant owners in Miami-Dade are getting creative ahead of the emergency order to comply with the latest regulations.
Broward Issues New Emergency Order Affecting Restaurants, Vacation RentalsBroward Mayor Dale Holness held a brief news conference on Wednesday afternoon to announce new measures to try to slow down the spread of the coronavirus in the county.
City Sues Belle Meade Island Homeowner For Renting Property To Hold 'Large, Loud Parties'The City of Miami filed a lawsuit Monday against the homeowner of two Belle Meade Island properties after neighbors said they have had enough with the large, loud parties.
Miami Feds Seize $3.2 Million In Venezuela Vehicle Smuggling Ring At Port EvergladesMiami's Homeland Security Investigations has seized more than three million dollars in vehicles which were illegally headed to Venezuela as part of a smuggling ring operated for wealthy and politically connected people.