CBS4 News meteorologist Jennifer Correa's weather outlook for South Florida.
Miami Dolphins Cheerleader Rides In Dolphins Cancer Challenge For Dad SurvivorCBS4's Karli Barnett shares Paige and John Blalock's story.
CBSMiami.com Weather 02-26-20 5PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Wednesday evening weather forecast.
Broward, Miami-Dade Election Officials Test Voting Equipment Ahead Of PrimaryCBS4's Joan Murray shares the details of those accuracy tests.
Guilty Plea For Grandfather Of Toddler That Fell To Death From Cruise ShipAuthorities in Puerto Rico charged Salvatore "Sam" Anello with negligent homicide in October, alleging that he dropped his granddaughter, Chloe Wiegand, from an open window on the 11th floor of the cruise ship in July.
Wilton Manors Mayor Justin Flippen Died Of Brain AneurysmCBS4's Ted Scouten shares what Flippen's death means to his community.
North Miami Man Accused Of Trying To Abduct Girls Facing Even More ChargesCBS4's Peter D'Oench reports 49-year-old Jackson Etienne was charged with two counts of the attempted kidnapping of a child under the age of 13 years old.
South Florida To Cool Down In The Coming DaysChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer is tracking a cold front.
Miami-Dade Schools Taking Steps To Counter Coronavirus FearsCBS4's Frances Wang shares the plan Superintendent Alberto Carvalho has put into place.
53 Cases Of Coronavirus Contained In United StatesCBS4's Skyler Henry reports on the latest developments.
Former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel's Federal Case Gets A New JudgeThe federal judge presiding over a lawsuit filed by former Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel has left the case. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: Otters Making Squeaking SoundsSOUND ON: Listen to these squeaking river otters and sea otters at the Oregon Zoo! The zoo put together some of these adorable moments for the past few months.
WEB EXTRA:Best Cities For Jobs In 2020Which U.S. cities are the best for jobs? Glassdoor, a job and recruiting site, is out with its list of the 25 Best Cities for Jobs in 2020.
WEB EXTRA: Medieval Fighting Tournament In RussiaMore than 30 warriors put on their armor for a competition in Russia that looked like it was straight out of medieval times. Take a look:
WEB EXTRA: Generations Old Family Cash Register CompanyIn an age when some retailers and restaurants are going cashless … there is a store in New York City where cash is still king. But the family business is facing challenges with the changing times
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 2-26-20 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Dems Hold Debate Ahead Of South Carolina PrimaryDemocratic presidential hopefuls debated Tuesday night ahead of the South Carolina primary.
FHP Raises Awareness About Hit-Run CrashesFlorida Highway Patrol officials held a news conference on Wednesday morning to raise awareness about hit-and-run crashes.
Local Election Departments Test Voting, Tabulation MachinesWith early in-person voting in the presidential primaries right around the corner, election departments in Miami-Dade and Broward are testing their equipment.
Brain Aneurysm Caused Death Of Wilton Manors Mayor Justin FlippenA South Florida community is in mourning following news of the sudden death of the Mayor of Wilton Manors Justin Flippen.
South Florida Officials Keeping Eye On CoronavirusThough there have not been any cases in Florida, state officials and local authorities have begun taking steps over coronavirus concerns.
Latest On The Coronavirus OutbreakAmericans told to take precautions over coronavirus.
Miami Beach Commission Considers Final Vote On Early End To Alcohol Sales During Spring BreakMiami Beach commissioners are expected to vote Wednesday night on limiting alcohol sales during Spring Break. Katie Johnston reports.
Study: Miami & Hialeah Ranked As Two of Country’s Least Hardest-Working CitiesMiami and Hialeah did make the list of “2020’s Hardest-Working Cities In America’ but we apparently don't work hard enough to make it towards the top of the list. Katie Johnston reports.
Healthwatch: Advances In Robotic Technology Make Heart Surgery Less InvasiveKarli Barnett reports with the help of a cutting-edge robot, called the “Da Vinci,” doctors at Mount Sinai Medical Center say open-heart surgery is now less invasive, and healing time for patients is faster than ever before.