Laura Podesta reports 41-percent of eligible adults now fully vaccinated.
Veteran CBS4 Journalist Michel Gillen Has Passed AwayFormer CBS4 journalist Michele Gillen passed away Friday.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 6-11-21 11PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Sheriff: Publix Gunman Timothy Wall Wanted 'To Kill People And Children'CBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports more details from the fatal Publix shooting in Royal Palm County.
Allapattah Library No Longer In Danger Of ClosingCity of Miami commissioners have placed a new condition to save an Allapattah library.
Necessity Proves To Be The Mother Of Invention For One South Florida Small BusinessCBS4's Hank Tester reports on how an auto-window tinting business managed to stay afloat amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Congressman Charlie Crist Makes South Florida StopFormer Florida governor and current congressman, Charlie Crist made a South Florida stop on Friday.
Miami Arrest Made After Men Drugged, Pricey Watches StolenPolice have arrested a 29-year-old transgender who is accused of drugging men and stealing their expensive watches.
Spanish Language Radio Stations & Capitol InsurrectionReport claims some Spanish language radio stations broadcast lies and conspiracy theories after the insurrection at the US Capitol.
Consumer Report Investigation Found More Consumers Found Errors On Their ReportCBS4's Danya Bacchus reports on how many consumers have experienced multiple credit report issues.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Property Insurance Bill That May Bring Higher RatesFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a property-insurance bill on Friday meant to give relief to a large sector of the state's insurance industry, but may also lead to larger rate increases for customers of the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp.
This Week In The Biden PresidencyHosting Face the Nation, CBS News' John Dickerson on the Joe Biden presidency this week.
Former President Trump's D.O.J. Seize Democrat RecordsCBS4's Debra Alfarone reports on former President Trump's DOJ seizing Democrat records.
President Biden, Other World Leaders Meet At G7 & Discuss COVID-19CBS4's Skyler Henry reports on how President Joe Biden attends his first G7 summit.
Judge’s Decision In Florida’s Cruise Ship Lawsuit Against CDC Coming ‘Soon’CBS4's Steve Goldstein reports on how Florida remains without cruise ships as governor Ron DeSantis is still is neck and neck with vaccine requirements.
North Miami Beach Police: Woman Who Hit Officer With Car Will Be Charged With Attempted MurderA woman accused of hitting a North Miami Beach police with her car when he tried to stop her from leaving a parking lot will be charged with first-degree attempted murder of a law enforcement officer.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 6-11-21 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Family Makes Plea To Find Loved One's KillerA South Florida family is hoping the public can help identify the person who killed their loved one and left them grieving and in pain.
Woman Injured In Downtown Miami ShootingMiami police are on the lookout for the shooter after a woman was shot in downtown Miami.
PBSO Updates Public On Fatal Publix ShootingPalm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw spoke about Thursday's shooting inside a Publix.
Miami Police Seeking 2 Men In Brutal Beating Of Woman Inside Miami Hotel RoomMiami police are asking for the public’s help identifying two men wanted in connection with the brutal beating of a woman inside a Miami hotel room on New Year’s Eve.
Small Plane Made Emergency Landing On I-75 Near WestonThe pilot of a small plane was forced to make an emergency landing on I-75/Alligator Alley near Weston Friday afternoon.
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WEB EXTRA: PBSO Briefing On Publix ShootingPalm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw held a press conference on Friday afternoon to update the public on the latest regarding Thursday's fatal shooting inside a Royal Palm Beach Publix.
Hearing Set In Florida Social Media FightA federal judge will hear arguments on June 28 about whether to issue a preliminary injunction against a new law that Gov. Ron DeSantis pushed to crack down on large social-media companies. Katie Johnston reports.