An investigation by the school district determined Kelvin Greenleaf did not violate any school district policies or procedures.
Your CBS4 Forecast For Friday 5/29/20A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 87.
Florida's Hurricane Sales Tax Holiday Returns This WeekendHurricane season starts June 1, and starting Friday Floridians can replenish their hurricane supplies, sales tax free.
National Guard Now In Minneapolis After Third Night Of Protests In Wake Of George Floyd DeathThe Minnesota National Guard has activated more than 500 soldiers to try to control the situation in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Since the Memorial Day death of George Floyd, protests have turned violent with a number of buildings burned and businesses destroyed. CBS's Ian Lee has details
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 5/29Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Deadly Highway ShootingA person was shot inside their SUV on 395.
WEB EXTRA: Eye on the Day May 29Violent protests continued in Minneapolis, President Trump issued an order aimed at social media platforms, and another try at NASA’s rocket launch this weekend. Are you excited to possibly watch history be made?
WEB EXTRA: Third Night of Protests In MinnesotaProtests over the death of George Floyd continued in Minneapolis, MN on Thursday evening. Minnesota's governor has activated the national guard to help restore order.
WEB EXTRA: Little Boy Has Backyard Prom For BabysitterThe coronavirus pandemic canceled prom for many high school seniors, but this senior got to experience one thanks to a boy she babysits. Take a look at the special evening a soon-to-be second grader planned for his babysitter.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 5-29-20 6amA 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after noon. Mostly sunny, with a high near 87.
CBSMiami.com Weather 05-28-20 11PMMeteorologist Dave Warren has your Thursday night weather forecast.
3rd Night Of Violent Protests In MinneapolisCBS4's Jim Berry reports protesters are burning buildings and looting stores in the neighborhood where George Floyd, who died in police custody, was arrested.
Could Take Years For South Florida Charities To Recover From COVID-19 CrisisCBS4's David Sutta spoke with nonprofit leaders who say times are tough.
New Research Could Change Everything We Know About Social DistancingCBS4's Lauren Pastrana reports the research found six feet might not be enough.
Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie Talks About What Schools Will Look Like Next YearCBS4's Carey Codd spoke with Runcie, who explained the "Blended Learning" model Broward County Public Schools is considering.
WEB EXTRA: A Donkey Meets Some Cheetahs On A WalkWilly the donkey met some cheetahs on his walk through the Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, RI on May 25. The zoo has been closed because of the coronavirus pandemic and keepers take Willy for walks to keep him active.
Coronavirus Interview: University Of Miami President Julio FrenkFrenk discussed his plan to safely reopen the campus.
Palmetto Bay Enjoyed A ‘Honk For Seniors’ Car CaravanCBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano captured the exciting moment.
YMCAs In Hollywood, Pembroke Pines & Weston ReopenThe centers are limiting services, hours and implementing strict new cleaning procedures.
Last Passengers From Brazil Straggled Into Miami International AirportCBS4's Hank Tester shares the details.
Southern California Boy Completes 4 College DegreesCBS4's Danya Bacchus has more.
Major Automaker Figures Out Way To Stop Spread Of Coronavirus Inside Law Enforcement VehiclesCBS News Correspondent Kris Van Cleave explains what first responders are doing to stay safe from COVID-19.
Sewer Main Break In LauderhillThe break, which is not affecting drinking water, happened in the area of NW 55 Avenue and NW 24th Street, officials said.
Robotic Cats Are ‘Purr-fect’ Companions For Seniors Isolated Due to COVID-19The companionship of a pet makes social distancing and isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic a bit easier to tolerate. Katie Johnston reports.
President Trump Signs Executive Order Intended To Crackdown On Digital GiantsCBS4's Natalie Brand has more from Capitol Hill.