Miramar police identified the man they say struck a police officer with his car early Friday morning and then fled the scene.
WEB EXTRA: Movie Night Under The Stars MishapIN THE WIND: A movie night under the stars took a turn in Denver, Colorado on Saturday. Air mattresses laid out for ticket holders blew away in a strong wind. According to Robb Manes, who shot the video, the blow-up beds were on the loose for about 30 minutes.
WEB EXTRA: First Glacier Lost To Climate ChangeIceland's first glacier lost to climate change was commemorated with a service and a plaque on August 18.
Dolphins Wide Receiver Kenny Stills questions and comments on Jay-Z Partnership with NFLKenny Stills, who has been on the front line of the NFL player protest movement since 2016, expressed his feelings about how hip-hop mogul Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter went about forming a social justice partnership with the NFL. Stills specifically mentioned the role kneeling during the national anthem still plays in this movement, as a way to bring awareness to social justice issues. When discussing NFL player protests while seated beside commissioner Roger Goodell at a news conference last week in New York, Carter said, "We've moved past kneeling and I think it's time to go into actionable items." Stills said he wishes Carter would have reached out to him or Colin Kaepernick, the leader of the player protest movement, to be better informed. "Some of the ways he answered his questions, talking about we're moving past kneeling, like he ever protested. He's not a NFL player. He's never been on a knee," Stills said. "Choosing to speak for the people like he had spoken to the people. ... I wonder how many common people that he knows or has spoken to. I wonder if he's read my Facebook comments or my Instagram comments or some of the things people say to me. To say we're moving past something, it didn't seem very informed."
Broward Prosecutors Changing The Way They'll Prosecute Pot Cases In Wake Of Hemp LegalizationBroward County prosecutors are the next to announce a change in the way marijuana possession cases are prosecuted in the wake of the legalization of hemp in Florida.
Shooting In Miami Gardens Sends One Man To Hospital, Gunman Still LooseMiami Gardens police are searching for the gunman who shot and man in his car while in front of a home.
Miami Leaders Launch News Liberty City Trolley ServiceThere's a new way to get around town in Liberty City. It's a new Trolley Service
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 8-19-19 6PMA 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 2am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 78.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Prayed For No Hurricanes At Western Wall in IsraelDuring his visit to the Western Wall in Israel last May, Governor Ron DeSantis followed tradition by sticking a slip of paper with a written prayer in between crevices of the ancient structure.
US Prisons Chief Removed From Position In Wake Of Jeffrey Epstein SuicideAttorney General William Barr removed the acting head of the Bureau of Prisons, the Justice Department said Monday, replacing the agency's top official in the wake of the suicide of Jeffrey Epstein earlier this month.
Florida Man Attacks Another With Matchete Over Trashed CartThey say that 'one man's trash is another man's treasure', but in Oakland Park, one guy took it a little too far after pulling a sword on another man.
Some of Miami’s Most Famous Voices To Be Heard At Miami International AirportNext time you're walking through Miami International Airport, you'll be hearing from some of Miami’s most recognizable voices. World-renowned artists, athletes and local personalities have lent their voices to MIA in a new initiative to "share the warmth and energy of our diverse and vibrant community," according to MIA. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Partner With Community Group To Stem Youth Violence By Enforcing Teen CurfewLaw enforcement from agencies around Miami-Dade joined forces with the group Community Against Youth Violence to talk strategies in enforcing a teen curfew.
Miami-Dade Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho Happy With The First Day Of SchoolMore than 350-thousand students went back to school in Miami-Dade County Monday. So did Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho who started his day bright and early at 4:00 a.m.
Broward Changes The Way It Prosecutes Marijuana Possession CasesLast week, Miami-Dade did it, now Broward is announces a change in the way it prosecutes marijuana possession cases in the wake of the legalization of hemp in Florida,
Local Medical Resident Falls To Death Hiking In IbizaA tragic accident on the island of Ibiza just east of Spain has claimed the life of a 33-year-old medical resident from Kendall Regional Medical Center.
Coast Guard searching for missing firefighters off Florida coastThe U.S. Coast Guard, along with partner agencies, is searching for two firefighters who are missing after they were due to return from boating on Friday evening.
Stand Your Ground' Manslaughter Trial Gets Underway In Killing Over Handicap Parking SpotJury selection got underway Monday for the manslaughter trial of a Florida man who fatally shot an unarmed black man last summer outside a grocery store, sparking a nationwide debate on the state’s “stand your ground” law.
VIDEO: Alligator Climbs Fence In FloridaAs if the prospect of an alligator in your yard wasn't scary enough...now this. Apparently -- they can climb fences.
Mark Walton Accepts Plea Deal, Gets Probation For Weapons ChargeMiami Dolphins running back Mark Walton takes a plea deal in court Monday and sentenced to six months' probation after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor weapons charge.
Planned Parenthood Leaves Federal Family Planning ProgramPlanned Parenthood -- says it has been "forced" to withdraw from the federal funding program that was created to provide affordable reproductive care to low-income women after the Department of Health and Human Services issued new rules regarding abortion. The Department says those pulling out are quote "blaming the government for their own actions."
A New Era For Miami As Manny Diaz Takes OverMiami kicks off a new season against the rival Gators on Saturday with new head coach Manny Diaz at the helm
Chris Brown’s Felony Battery Charge In Tampa DroppedThe felony charge against singer Chris Brown that stemmed from an incident in Tampa has been dropped.
NYPD Fires Officer 5 Years After Eric Garner's Chokehold DeathAfter five years of investigations and protests, the New York City Police Department on Monday fired an officer involved in the 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner, the black man whose dying gasps of "I can't breathe" gave voice to a national debate over race and police use of force.
Search For Gunman In Miami Gardens ShootingOne person hospitalized after being shot in Miami Gardens and the gunman remains on the loose.
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CBSMiami.com Weather 8/19 12PMPartly cloudy with a slight chance of thunderstorms.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Asked For No Hurricanes In Western Wall PrayerDuring his visit to the Western Wall in Israel last May, Governor Ron DeSantis followed tradition by sticking a slip of paper with a written prayer in between crevices of the ancient structure. Katie Johnston reports.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Put A Ring On ItDwayne Johnson married longtime girlfriend Lauren Hashian in Hawaii
Severe Storms Pummel NortheastDon Dahler reports 60 million people are without power.