Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Big Game weather forecast.
Fate Of Derek Chauvin Now In The Hands Of A JurySkyler Henry reports cities around the country are preparing for possible unrest whenever the verdict is delivered.
CBS4 News Morning Headlines 4/20/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Child Dead After Being Struck By a Car in HollywoodA boy is dead after being struck by a car in Hollywood.
CBSMiami.com Weather 4/20/2021 6AMScattered thunderstorms this morning, then cloudy skies this afternoon.
CBSMiami.com Weather 4-19-21 11PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday night weather forecast.
New Milestone In Race To Vaccinate AmericansCBS4's Natalie Brand has the details.
Passage Of Gov. Ron DeSantis' Anti-Riot Law Met With Harsh CriticismCBS4's Bobeth Yates spoke with Dwight Bullard, president of the South Miami-Dade NAACP.
WEB EXTRA: Former VP Walter Mondale Passes AwayFormer Vice President Walter Mondale died of natural causes on April 19, 2021, at 93, according to a statement. He passed away at home in Minnesota. He was vice president to Jimmy Carter, and ran for president against Ronald Reagan in 1984. He was also Minnesota's attorney general and senator.
Driftwood Middle School 'Green Team' Immersed In Environmental WellnessDriftwood Middle has won numerous awards for environmental conservation, including being named a Green Flag EcoSchool by the National Wildlife Federation.
Key Largo Scuba Operation Recovering From Major Hit At Start Of PandemicCBS4's Hank Tester reports how Capt. Slate's Scuba Adventures has pivoted in the pandemic.
Congressional Representatives Want To Reinstate Cuban Family Reunification Parole ProgramReps. Mario Diaz-Balart and Maria Elvira Salazar say the program would restart visa processing claims.
COVID ‘Long Haulers’ Reporting Relief From Symptoms After Receiving VaccineThe group Survivor Corps polled 962 "long haulers" and found 46% said they remained the same after the vaccine, 14% felt worse, while 39% improved after the shot, from mild to full resolution of symptoms.
NASA Makes History With Helicopter Ingenuity's First Flight On MarsIt's been called a "Wright brothers moment" that could pave the way to future interplanetary aircraft.
World War II-Era Plane Crashes Into Ocean Filled With People During Cocoa Beach Air ShowWitnesses told Florida Today they heard the BM Avenger engine sputtering down the beach and knew something was off as the plane slowly descended Saturday during the Cocoa Beach Air Show.
ACM Was A Big Night For Big StarsEntertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier has more.
President Biden Once Again Meets With Lawmakers To Talk InfrastructureCBS4's Natalie Brand reports from the White House.
Attorney David Weinstein Discusses Closing Arguments In Derek Chauvin Murder TrialWeinstein is with Hinshaw law firm in Coral Gables. He also served as an assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida for more than a decade.
CBSMiami.com Weather 4-19-21 5PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday evening weather forecast.
COVID Stats Snapshot 4-19-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 4,237 new coronavirus cases on Monday.
Miguel Díaz-Canel Officially Chosen To Lead Cuba's Communist PartyHe replaces his mentor Raul Castro.
Hollywood PD Investigating Body Found In Burning Car As A HomicideCBS4's Ted Scouten has more on the deadly discovery.
1 Dead, 6 Injured Following NW Miami-Dade Hit-&-Run CrashCBS4's Joan Murray has more on the case.
WEB EXTRA : Video Of NASA Ingenuity helicopter's Flight Gives Project Manager 'Goosebumps'NASA released this hi-res video of the Mars Helicopter's first flight on Monday. Ingenuity Project Manager MiMi Aung says this video gives her "goosebumps." She adds: "I don't think I can ever stop watching it over and over again."
WEB EXTRA : CDC Director says COVID Preventions Should Stay In PlaceDr. Walensky: "We need to continue to keep the prevention measures up to prevent ongoing cases today." On Monday (4/19), the CDC director said the vaccines take a few weeks to work, so COVID-19 prevention measures need to stay in place for now.