Several partygoers in Pompano Beach are being detained for questioning after reports of shots fired early Friday morning, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Smaller Wait Times At Coronvirus Test Sites On FridayJoan Murray reports there's was virtually no line at Mills Pond Park in Fort Lauderdale around noon.
Masked Black Friday Shoppers Go Bargain HuntingBrooke Shafer reports the crowds were smaller than previous years.
WEB EXTRA: Holiday LightsA few neighborhoods on the West Coast are already feeling the holiday spirit.
WEB EXTRA: Masked SantasA store in Frankfurt, Germany is selling chocolate Santas with white chocolate face masks. Confectioner Jesco Mann added the masks to Santa after the success of his masked Easter bunnies in the spring.
WEB EXTRA: Iron Levels Linked To Sleep Disorder In ChildrenA new sleep disorder has been identified that is affecting children.
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"The Young And The Restless" Marks MilestoneDaytimes number one drama will celebrate its 12,000th episode next week.
Postal Service Advises People To Mail Gifts EarlyPostal Service says December 14th to 21st will be the peak for shipping and delivery.
CBS4 Forecast For Friday 11/27CBS4 meteorologist Jennifer Correa says it will be mostly cloudy this morning with some sun in the afternoon along with passing showers.
32,000 Disney Employees To Be Laid OffDisney announced back in September that 28,000 employees would be cut.
Trending: Hidden WhiskeyA couple remodeling their home found more than 60 bottles of whiskey under the floorboards and in the walls. The hidden booze was from the prohibition era. Some of the bottles are worth a thousand bucks each.
Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign Faces Challenges During PandemicElise Preston reports the organization is updating its fundraising this year to help millions of Americans.
Police Need Help Finding Missing Homestead WomanMaria Ramirez was last seen Wednesday at her home in "The Shores" community.
Black Friday Is Shifting To Online ShoppingNaomi Ruchim reports while some shoppers can't resist the traditional post Thanksgiving stakeout... experts predict much of that shopping will go virutal.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11/27 6AMMostly cloudy this morning with some sun in the afternoon.
CBS4's Holiday Homes Tour Goes VirtualIt’s time to brighten up your coronavirus quarantine with some much-needed holiday spirit with the #CBS4 Holiday Homes Tour with a virtual twist. Take a picture and or video of your home decked out in its holiday splendor & they may appear on air or online.
Black Friday Shoppers Out Early Despite Pandemic ConcernsBrooke Shafer reports the crowds were down this year.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11-26-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Thursday night weather forecast.
Plywood On Boarded Up Storefronts Turned Into Works Of ArtDuring this summer's protests and looting, retailers in many major cities boarded up stores to protect their businesses. In these uncertain times, much of the plywood remains. Now, artists are transforming these blank canvases.
COVID Changes How Black Friday Shopping Is DoneCBS4's Ty Russell reports on the impact COVID is having on Black Friday shopping.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11-26-20 6PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Thursday evening weather forecast.
Soldiers Overseas Feeling Impact Of COVID During ThanksgivingCBS4's Ian Lee reports from London.
President Trump Pardons Michael FlynnCBS4's Natalie Brand shares the details and reaction.
US Records Most COVID Deaths Since Early MayCBS4's Elise Preston reports from New York.