First lady Jill Biden received the official 2021 White House Christmas tree on Monday (11/22). To honor the role of the National Guard in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the first lady was joined by a D.C. Army National Guard family. The 18.5-foot Fraser fir hails from Jefferson, North Carolina.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-21-22 11PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Armed Robbery In Medley Leads Investigators To Human Trafficking ArrestsCBS4's Jacqueline Quynh reports on an armed robbery made in Medley that lead investigators to make two arrests in human trafficking.
FIU President Mark Rosenberg Resigns, Cites Health IssuesCBS4's Joel Waldman reports on Florida International Univeristy President Mark Rosenberg's shocking resignation Friday afternoon.
State Rep. Carlos Smith On 'Don't Say Gay' BillCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez interviews State Representative Carlos Smith on 'Don't Say Gay'' bill.
Big Brothers, Big Sisters Of Miami Brings Together A Unique 30-Year FriendshipCBS4's Steve Goldstein reports on the special 30-year story between Shumain Mercado and Mark English through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami.
Miami-Dade School Board To Hold Special Meeting To Interview Superintendent CandidatesThe Miami-Dade School Board will hold a special meeting Monday as the search for a superintendent continues.
CBS4's Jim DeFede Interviews Representative Val DemingsCBS4's Jim DeFede interviews U.S. Representative Val Demings. You can watch the entire interview on Sunday's Facing South Florida.
CBS4 Exclusive: Homeowners In SW MIami-Dade Upset About Rumble StripsBeleaguered homeowners say a plan that was implemented to slow speeders who cause crashes by a traffic circle in their neighborhood has backfired.
FIU President Mark Rosenberg Resigns, Cites Health Issues As ReasonFlorida International President Mark Rosenberg sent a letter to faculty citing health issues as the reason for his resignation.
Margaret Brennan, Moderator Of "Face the Nation," On Biden PresidencyYou can watch "Face the Nation" every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on CBS4.
Magnet Schools Applications Coming Up For Broward StudentsApplications for Broward magnet schools is coming up. CBS4's Joan Murray has more.
Code Red Lockdown Lifted At South Plantation HighSouth Plantation High School is back to normal after it was placed on a Code Red lockdown Friday morning.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-21-22 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Remembering Meat LoafThe music industry is mourning the loss of singer Meat Loaf.
Broward Public School Teachers Getting RaisesThe Broward School Board held a special session on Friday and approved a proposed pay raises for teachers.
CDC: COVID Booster Shots Give Best Protection Against Omicron VariantCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on how South Floridians have gotten their booster shots that have protected them against the Omicron variant.
WEB EXTRA: FIU Board of Trustees Meet To Discuss Former President's Mark Rosenberg's SuccessorFlorida International President Mark Rosenberg sent a letter to faculty citing the health of his wife as the reason for his resignation.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1/21/2022 12PMPartly cloudy, a few storms may develop.
Case Of Missing Colorado Mother On All New CBS 48 HoursWatch it Saturday night at 10 p.m. on CBS4
Omicron Continues Its Rapid Spread Across AmericaMichael George reports it is especially impacting the unvaccinated in all age groups.
Fire At Pembroke Park WarehouseNo injuries were reported
Broward School Board Approves Teacher RaisesThe vote came after a deal was reached back in December between the school district and the teachers union.
Florida Man Accused Of Impersonating Corrections OfficerOn Thursday Erick Moore Jr., 18, went to Miami Palmetto Senior High wearing a jacket with the wording "Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department" and a state of Florida corrections department ID, according to his arrest report.
Partial Ceiling Collapse At Fort Lauderdale ApartmentDeborah Souverain reports our soggy weather across South Florida brought down part of a ceiling in a Fort Lauderdale apartment early Friday.