CBS4's Jason Allen reports from Galveston, Texas.
WEB EXTRA: Iguana Found In ToiletA woman got an unexpected wake-up call when she found an iguana in her toilet one early morning in Hollywood, Florida. Check out how she removed the unwanted visitor.
New Hope For Our Beaches Thanks To A Boca Raton Organization's Innovative Robot4ocean’s "BeBot" has a simple mission: End the ocean plastic crisis.
WEB EXTRA: Teal Ribbons In Blue Point, NY For Gabby PetitoTeal ribbons line the streets of Gabby Petito's hometown of Blue Point, NY. Organizers say the color was chosen to match Petito's eyes. The community is mourning after the FBI confirmed the 22-year-old's body was found in Wyoming.
WEB EXTRA: Colorado Police Use Battering Ram To Rescue Toddler With Head Stuck In RailingColorado police used a battering ram to pry open a railing after a child got her head stuck. The Boulder Police Department shared a bodycam video from the August incident and said: “As kids, we’ve all done things that seem like a good idea but that we come to regret.”
WEB EXTRA: Falcon Reacts To Earthquake In AustraliaWatch this peregrine falcon's reaction when an earthquake shook Melbourne, Australia on Wednesday (9/22). The bird was sitting on a nest full of eggs when the quake hit.
Man Who Suffered Severe Burns Reunites With Staff Who Helped Save His Life At Kendall Regional Medical CenterAround 6 years ago, Nikolai Mitev was airlifted to the hospital after getting severely burned by a boat explosion off the coast of the Cayman Islands.
Florida Revised COVID-19 School Rule Short Circuits Legal Challenge By Five School DistrictsNew state Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo, whose appointment was announced Tuesday by DeSantis, signed the emergency rule.
Miami Beach Commission Candidate Kristen Rosen Gonzalez Plays 'Hispanic' Card, Only She's NotCBS4's Jim DeFede pressed her about the comment.
Golden Heights Residents Outraged Broward Wants To Build New Forensic Science CenterCBS4's Joan Murray has the details.
Survivor Is Back For Season 41Catch it tonight on CBS4 at 8 p.m.
Florida Lottery Marks Responsible Gaming Education WeekHave a gambling problem or know someone who does? Call 1-888-ADMIT-IT.
Study: Rising Number Of Young People Suffering From Climate Change AnxietyTen-thousand young adults from 10 countries were asked how they feel about climate change.
Justice Department Sues American Airlines, JetBlue Over PartnershipFlorida Attorney General Ashley Moody has joined the U.S. Department of Justice and other states in the antitrust lawsuit.
Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Clinical Manager Maria FerminCBS4's Jacqueline Quynh shares her story.
Study Tries To Understand Mentality Of Scam VictimsResearchers found those who lost money were less likely to question authority.
CBSMiami.com Weather 9-22-21 5PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday evening weather forecast.
Search For Brian Laundrie At Florida Wilderness Park Resumes For 4th DayCBS4's Adaure Achumba has the latest out of North Port.
Exclusive: Paraplegic Man, Rescued By Service Dog When Roof Collapsed, Appeals For Help To Find Affordable ApartmentCBS4's Peter D'Oench shares 55-year-old Carlos Roque's plea for help.
Miami Gardens Shooting InvestigatedMiami Gardens Police are investigating a shooting on Wednesday afternoon.
Florida Republican State Representative Files Texas-Style Abortion BillCBS4's Karli Barnett has the details.
Supporters Of Haitian Migrants Flood NW Dade Street To Demand They Be Allowed To StayCBS4's Austin Carter has more on Wednesday's demonstration.
WEB EXTRA: Taxis in Thailand Turned Into Vegetable Gardens During PandemicTake a look at how a cab company in Thailand is using its idle taxis during the coronavirus pandemic.
WEB EXTRA: Police Use Battering Ram To Rescue Toddler With Head Stuck In RailingColorado police used a battering ram to pry open a railing after a child got her head stuck. The Boulder Police Department shared bodycam video from the August incident and said: “As kids we’ve all done things that seem like a good idea but that we come to regret.”
WEB EXTRA: Lava Approaches Village in SpainDrone footage shows lava approaching the village of Todoque on the island of La Palma in Spain Wednesday (9/22). A volcano erupted over the weekend, and officials said dozens of homes on the island have been destroyed and thousands of people have been forced to evacuate.