Gov. Ron DeSantis said Saturday the state isn’t changing a decision last month to reimpose a ban on bars selling alcohol for on-site consumption because of widespread non-compliance with coronavirus safety measures. Katie Johnston reports.
Girl Scout Cookie Sales Crumble Amid COVID PandemicThe sale of Girl Scout cookies across South Florida and the rest of the nation crumbled as the organization faces 15 million unsold boxes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Truck Driver Killed In Turnpike CrashHappened in southbound lanes near mile marker 39
WEB EXTRA: Spiders Spin Webs On Tall Grass, Street Signs In AustraliaLook at all the spider webs on road signs and high grass in Longford, Australia Tuesday (6/15). Local media reported that thousands of spiders moved to higher areas to escape wet ground after recent flooding.
WEB EXTRA: USPS Unveils New Stamp With Hidden MessageThe U.S. Postal Service’s new stamp has a hidden message. Can you crack the code? Take a look:
Employers Looking To Younger Workers To Fill JobsElise Preston reports part-time job postings are topping 2019's pre-pandemic numbers and American teens may be spending the summer making money.
Royal Caribbean Cancels July 3rd Sailing Due To COVIDEight crew members of the Odyssey of the Seas tested positive.
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CBS4 Forecast For Wednesday 6/16/2021CBS4 meteorologist Jennifer Correa says it will be mostly cloudy this morning with another round of storms in the afternoon.
House Committees Hear Testimony On Jan. 6th Capitol AttackSkyler Henry reports the FBI has warned of new threats from followers of Q-Anon.
Miami Beach To Appeal Judge's Ruling On Alcohol SalesA judge ruled the city's 2 a.m. cut off time for sales was unlawful.
Tuesday's Storms Caused Damage, Flooded Some RoadsBrooke Shafer reports a lightning strike may have caused a fire at an Oakland Park home.
President Biden To Meet With Russian President Vladimir PutinIan Lee reports neither side has high expectations for any major developments.
CBS4 News Morning Headlines 6/16/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
CBSMiami.com Weather 6/16/2021 6AMCloudy early, then thunderstorms developing this afternoon.
CBSMiami.com Weather 6-15-21 11PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Tuesday night weather forecast.
Puppy Back With Owner After Dognapping At West Miami-Dade Animal ClinicPanda the Pomeranian was returned safe and sound Tuesday night. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3iMpH7c
It Appears No Incentive Would Sway Those Adamant About Not Getting COVID VaccineCBS4's Karli Barnett shares the details of a vaccination survey by CBS News. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3vqIis9
Palm Beach Sheriff Says Ex-Wife Of Publix Shooter Knew He Was A Danger & Did Nothing About ItCBS4's Keith Jones shares the response from Monica Wall, the ex-wife of the shooter. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3cKnCEV
New Surveillance Cameras Set Up Around South BeachOn Ocean Drive alone, police have doubled the number of cameras that are watching everyone and everything 24 hours a day.
600,000 Americans Have Now Died To COVIDCBS4's Karli Barnett has more on the grim milestone.
Fire Rips Through Oakland Park Home After Possible Lightning StrikeCBS4's Austin Carter spoke with Tina Testaverde, who was inside when the fire broke out.
Global Empowerment Mission’s New Disaster Action Plan Could See Aid Reach Places In Just 24 HoursOver in Doral Tuesday, the Global Empowerment Mission and the BStrong organization announced new partnerships to support hurricane relief throughout the U.S. and the Caribbean.
Florida Ranked Second Most 'Fun State' In WalletHub SurveyCBS4's Hank Tester reports a lot of the success is because of the state's affordable nightlife.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Adopts 2 CatsMiami-Dade Animal Services is kicking off its fifth annual National Adopt A Shelter Cat Month and Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava was at the event Tuesday in Doral to celebrate the group's hard work, and adopt two cats of her own.