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Miami-Dade Judge Martin Zilber, Facing Discipline Hearing For Accusations Of Misconduct, Has ResignedA Miami-Dade judge who reportedly made his staff run personal errands and repeatedly skipped work has accepted responsibility for his actions and resigned. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: Parrot Rescued Off Ledge in ChicagoA large blue and orange parrot found itself stuck on a window ledge in Chicago, Illinois on Sunday (5/16). The Chicago Fire Department says the bird's owner flagged down a passing fire truck for help. A firefighter used a pole to coax the parrot down as onlookers cheered.
WEB EXTRA: Researchers Say People Are Experiencing 'Zoom Fatigue'Are video calls while working from home stressing you out? If yes, you're not alone. Researchers have coined the term "Zoom fatigue." It's more than just exhaustion, and there are ways to help you get out of that virtual funk.
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CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 5/18/2021CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says a breezy, warm day ahead with a mix of sun and clouds. A few showers may blow in on the breeze.
Trending: Dog Does YogaAn Instagram user posted a video of her doing yoga with her furry friend joining in.
Trending: Ariana GrandeAriana Grande and married her fiancé Dalton Gomez in an intimate ceremony over the weekend.
COVID-19 Cases Down In All 50 StatesLaura Podesta reports a wave of new states, including New York, have relaxed their mask guidelines – following the CDC's change in guidance last week.
CBS4 News Morning Headlines 5/18/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
President Biden Expressed Support For Ceasefire Between Israel And HamasIan Lee reports Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is vowing to continue the strikes at what he's called "targets of terrorism."
Miami Police Believe Missing Teen Killed In Hit And RunBrooke Shafer reports the body of Diani Gomez was found near the 79th Street Causeway.
CBSMiami.com Weather 5/18/2021 6AMShowers early with some clearing for the afternoon.
Police Searching For Missing Miami TeenMahogany Porter, 16, was last seen on May 6th.
CBSMiami.com Weather 5-17-21 11PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday night weather forecast.
Lauderhill PD Investigating Deadly ShootingIf you have any information that can help police with this investigation, please call Broward Crime Stoppers at (954) 493-TIPS.
Growing Number Of Lawmakers Calling On President Biden Increase Pressure On IsraelCBS4's Ed O'Keefe reports from the White House.
Miami PD Looking For Gray Sedan Believed To Have Hit, Killed 16-Year-Old Diani Gomez SanchezCBS4's Keith Jones has more on the case.
WEB EXTRA: Man Uses Snail Mucus To Make SoapA man in France is using snail mucus to make soap. Would you try it? Take a look at how he makes this rare, slimy product.
WEB EXTRA: Toddler Shows Off Stuffed Toy To LeopardListen to these adorable giggles as a two-year-old girl played with an Amur leopard at the Philadelphia Zoo on May 12. The toddler brought her stuffed toy "Kitty" and had a blast showing it off to her new friend!
'Lasting Impressions': World Class Art Meets Technology On Stage At Adrienne Arsht CenterCBS4's Lisa Petrillo reports the immersive experience uses one-of- a-kind 3D/LED technology with massive 75-foot-wide screens.
Call For Emergency Relief Goes Out To Help Residents Of Colombian City Rocked By Anti-Government ViolenceThe organization says more than 200,000 families are desperately struggling to survive without food, hygiene, or medical aid.
UHealth Pediatric Mobile Unit Provides COVID Vaccinations To Kids In Underserved CommunitiesThe UHealth pediatric mobile unit will make several other stops throughout Miami-Dade County this week.
Which Of Your Favorite Shows Are Returning & Which Got The Ax? This Year's List Has A Few SurprisesEntertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier has more.
Coral Gables Art Cinema Had To Be 'Thinking On Our Feet' To SurviveCBS4's Hank Tester shares how the venue pivoted in the pandemic to stay running.