A group of Florida Keys residents staged a ceremonial burning of hurricane warning flags Tuesday evening to mark the official Nov. 30 end of the 2021 Atlantic Basin hurricane season.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1/27/2022 12PMPartly cloudy skies, slight chance for showers. Nex cold front arrives early Saturday.
Metro Justice Building In Downtown Miami EvacuatedCrews were working on an escalator on the fourth floor when it began smoking.
Judge With South Florida Roots Could Be Next Supreme Court JusticeBrooke Shafer reports Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was a star student at Miami Palmetto Senior High School in Pinecrest.
Jeff Bell, Head Of Broward County Deputies Association, Has Been FiredBroward sheriff's Deputy Jeff Bell had been under investigation since April 2020.
Arrest Made In Deadly Miami Hit And RunPeter D'Oench reports Fernando Altamirano has been identified as the driver of a stolen 2021 white Range Rover that caused the fatal accident.
The COVID Vaccine and FertilityPregnant people are at increased risk for severe illness from the coronavirus, which is why doctors recommended they receive the COVID vaccine. But some have concerns about getting vaccinated and conceiving now or later. New research is adding to the evidence that the vaccine does not affect fertility.
WEB EXTRA: Robot Delivers Room ServiceRobots are delivering food to hotel rooms at an official Olympic hotel in Beijing, China. They're part of the additional precautions in place to try to keep COVID-19 from spreading at the 2022 Winter Olympics.
WEB EXTRA: Otter Family OutingThese otters were eager to explore their main habitat at the Santa Barbara Zoo for the first time on Tuesday (1/25). The family had been in their den since parents Gail and Peeta had four babies in November. The zoo says that the mom picked up her pups periodically to remind them "she was in charge."
WEB EXTRA: Horse Walks Runway at Chanel Fashion ShowA horse walked the catwalk at the Chanel Haute Couture show in Paris on Tuesday (1/25). Riding in on the horse was Charlotte Casiraghi, the niece of Prince Albert of Monaco, who is a competitive equestrian and Chanel brand ambassador. Take a look:
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CBS4 Forecast For Thursday 1/27/2022CBS4 meteorologist Jennifer Correa says today will be mostly cloudy, spotty showers possible in the late afternoon.
Getting To Know New CBS4 News Anchor Kendis GibsonWe are thrilled to be joined by our newest CBS4 News Anchor Kendis Gibson as we continue to get to know him a little better.
Russia Military Build Up Continues On Ukraine BorderBradley Blackburn reports the US and NATO allies are drawing a firm line, rejecting Russia's demands.
Judge With South Florida Roots In Running To Replace U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen BreyerBrooke Shafer reports Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson grew up in Miami and went to Palmetto Senior High School.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1/27/2022Mostly cloudy with brief afternoon showers.
Coast Guard Ramping Up Search For Missing Boaters, Called The Situation "Dire'Deborah Souverain reports it's been nearly five days since a boat carrying 40 people capsized off Florida's coast.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-26-22 11PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Miami Twin Brothers Will Set Sail For Harvard In The FallCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports on twin brothers Justin and Mitchell Callahan, who officially put pen to paper and signed letters of intent to attend Harvard University in the fall.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Who Grew Up In Miami, Could Be Next US Supreme Court JusticeCBS4's Bobeth Yates reports on how judge Kentanji Brown Jackson, who grew up in Miami and went to Palmetto Senior High School could be in the running to become the nation's next Supreme Court Justice.
191 Haitians Intercepted At Sea On Overloaded VesselThe US Coast Guard intercepted 191 Haitians aboard an overloaded sail freighter about 40 miles southwest of Great Inagua, Bahamas.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Speaks Regarding Monoclonal Antibody Treatments In MiamiCBS4's Karli Barnett reports on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis's visit to Miami Dade College and how he addressed the FDA’s decision to revoke emergency use of certain monoclonal antibody treatments.
Deadly Crash Shuts Down Deerfield Beach Streets; BSO Cruiser Towed From SceneA Broward Sheriff's cruiser had to be towed from the scene of a deadly crash that shut down streets in Deerfield Beach Wednesday evening.
WEB EXTRA: Oldest Living Aquarium Fish Is 90 Years OldAn Australian lungfish in San Francisco, California, is believed to be the oldest living aquarium fish in the world. Meet 90-year-old Methuselah.
WEB EXTRA: Stray Dog Chases After Police To Get Some FoodThis is not your typical police chase! Here's why a stray dog in Turkey ran after a patrol car: