House speaker Nancy Pelosi led the countdown for the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree lighting on Dec. 2. The 55-foot Engelmann Spruce tree hails from the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests in Colorado.
What Killed Them? Thousands Of Exotic Fish Die In Several South Florida Residential PondsWildlife and environmental officials are investigating exactly just what killed thousands of koi and other exotic fish in several residential ponds in a South Florida neighborhood last month. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Ron DeSantis To Unemployed: Start Looking For A JobUnemployed Floridians receiving state jobless benefits will soon have to provide proof that they're looking for a job. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Florida’s Controversial Voting BillGov. Ron DeSantis signed into law Senate Bill 90, Florida’s controversial voting bill which critics say curbs access to mail-in voting in the state. Katie Johnston reports.
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Trending: Theme Park COVID ChangesThe Universal Orlando Resort has stopped doing temperature checks on guests entering their parks. Walt Disney World will stop doing temperature checks on employees this Saturday and end them for guests on May 16th.
Member Of Facebook Oversight Board Speaks Out About Trump BanLaura Podesta reports the board decided to let Facebook's leadership decide if President Trump's suspension should be permanent.
Broward School Board Meets To Discuss Exit Deal For General CounselThe school district's top lawyer Barbara Myrick was arrested last month on a charge related to a grand jury investigation.
CBS4 Forecast For Thursday 5/6/2021CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says we'll see mostly sunny skies this morning with thunderstorms firing up in the afternoon.
US Could See Big Drop In COVID-19 Deaths By JulyTina Kraus reports the models projected a sharp decline in COVID-19 cases, hospitalization, and deaths by July 2021 and an even faster decline if more people get vaccinated sooner.
Miami Police Trying To Find Missing ManJose Carballo, 86, was last seen at 25th Avenue and SW 16th Street.
CBS4 News Morning Headlines 5/6/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Neighborhood On Edge After Woman Attacked While JoggingBrooke Shafer reports the attack took place near the intersection of SW 92nd Avenue and SW 65 Terrance in southwest Miami-Dade.
CBSMiami.com Weather 5/6/2021 6AMMostly sunny skies this morning. Scattered showers and thunderstorms developing during the afternoon.
CBSMiami.com Weather 5-5-21 11PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Wednesday night weather forecast.
CDC Releases New Guidelines For Trial CruisesThe ships would carry at least 10% of the total passenger capacity, made up of volunteer passengers 18 years or older.
Cinco De Mayo Marks First Big Celebration Since Governor Lifted Local COVID RestrictionsCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports masks and social distancing went out the window Wednesday night.
WEB EXTRA: Exhibition By Japanese Avant-Garde Artist Debuts At New York Botanical GardenA new art exhibition by Japanese avant-garde artist Yayoi Kusama just debuted at the New York Botanical Garden in Bronx, NY. "KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature" runs through the end of October. Check out some of the zany art pieces on display.
Charlie Crist Goes After Gov. Ron DeSantis In CBS4 Exclusive Interview With Jim DeFedeCBS4's Jim DeFede went one-on-one with Crist, who announced he was running for governor on Tuesday.
Female Jogger Attacked In SW MiamiCBS4's Bobeth Yates what a witness of the broad daylight attack saw.
This Cinco De Mayo Is Giving South Florida A Different Kind Of COVID TestCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on the first holiday since the governor eliminated all local restrictions.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Principal Michelle Kefford Flies With Blue AngelsKefford had been selected as a “Key Influencer” by the Blue Angels.
Pandemic Could Make Finding Mother's Day Flowers A ChallengeCBS4's Joan Murray explains.
Miracle Mile Restaurants Enjoying Mini-RenaissanceCBS4's Hank Tester shares the details.
COVID Vaccine No Longer Required This Fall For Those Returning To NSU CampusThis change in policy comes after Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill Monday that bars businesses, schools and government entities from asking anyone to provide proof of vaccination.