The U.S. Department of Justice said Hector Alejandro Cabrera Fuentes, who is a resident of Singapore, was working on behalf of Russia.
Pastors, Rabbis Finding Creative Ways To Involve Public In ServicesPastors and Rabbis in South Florida are finding more and more creative ways to reach you and involve you with their services in these days of social distancing.
Hundreds Spend Long Hours In Line To Get Much-Needed Items At Food Distribution SitesThousands of people spent part of their day in line for food on Friday as several food distributions across South Florida had a very busy day.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Donating Blood To Help OthersMiami Mayor Frances Suarez, who recently recovered from the coronavirus, is hoping his blood will help with an experimental treatment.
Passengers Aboard Zaandam, Rotterdam Ships To Begin Journey HomeHealthy passengers aboard two Holland America ships docked at Port Everglades are being allowed off the ships to begin their journey home.
WEB EXTRA: Dr. Aileen Marty On Whether Docking Cruise Ships With COVID-19 Patients Putting Public At RiskFIU infectious disease specialist Dr. Aileen Marty discusses whether she thinks docking cruise ships with COVID-19 infected patients at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale is puttting the public at risk.
Army Veteran 'Trusted In The Lord' While Conducting Dangerous Missions In WWIIEvery Friday, in partnership with the Florida Panthers, we put the spotlight on a hero among us, men or women who have gone beyond the call of duty for our country. Today, we're meeting World War II United States Army veteran John Adams.
Tips To Protect Your Vehicle While It Sits Unused During Coronavirus Stay-At-Home OrderWhen was the last time you got in your car and actually drove somewhere? Amid the coronavirus pandemic and statewide stay-at-home order, many Floridians’ cars will be parked in the driveway for at least another month and that could lead to problems. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: Dr. Fauci BobbleheadDR. FAUCI BOBBLEHEAD: He's become a household name, now this member of the White House coronavirus task force is getting a bobblehead!
CBSMiami.com Weather 4/3 12PMA partly to mostly sunny afternoon with highs in the lower 80s.
White House May Ask Americans To Take Additional Steps To Protect ThemselvesNatalie Brand reports Americans may be asked to wear masks in public.
Man Accused Of Price Gouging On Masks & GlovesLazaro Lozano, 57, was arrested outside a Publix supermarket for allegedly trying to sell a box of gloves for $40.
Food Distribution Sites Are Overwhelmed By DemandDavid Sutta reports cars lined up around the block at one southwest Miami-Dade church as people waited for bags of staples.
More Than 9,500 Coronavirus Cases In FloridaMiami-Dade leads the state with 3,029 cases.
Coronavirus Cases Surge in Hot Spots Including FloridaNaomi Ruchim reports there are now nearly a quarter of a million confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States, and more than 6-thousand deaths.
Healthy Cruise Ship Passengers Board Flights For HomeTed Scouten reports passengers from the Zaandam and Rotterdam are being flown home on chartered flights.
Ways To Clean Your SmartphoneSteve Goldstein says wipes with 60 percent or more alcohol content can be used to clean phones, keep liquid out of the phone's ports.
Monroe County Has First Coronavirus DeathA 55-year-old man with an underlying health condition died of coronavirus in Monroe Co.
Trending: Tiger King's Joe Exotic Moved To Medical FacilityJoe Exotic of Tiger King fame has been moved to a prison medical center in Texas.
Walt Disney Company Furloughs Non-Essential EmployeesThose furloughed will still receive benefits and can collect unemployment.
World Surpasses One Million Coronavirus CasesGwen Baumgartner reports nearly a quarter of a million of those are in the United States, along with over 58-hundred deaths.
Miami-Dade Limiting Capacity In Grocery StoresExecutive order limits capacity to 50 percent in areas where unpackaged food is sold.
Monica Puig On World Team Tennis All Star Event & Winning Gold Medal At The 2016 OlympicsThe professional tennis player talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about the World Team Tennis All Star event on CBS Sports Saturday, April 4 at 1:30pm, her tennis career, and Puerto Rico.
Eye On The Day 4/3Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: World surpasses one million cases of the coronavirus, passengers on cruise ships are allowed to come ashore in FL, and a woman who collects interesting toilet paper. Do you collect anything?
Your CBS4 Forecast For Friday 4/3CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be mostly sunny and dry with afternoon temperatures around 82F.