The last remaining ostrich at Zoo Miami, "Red" has died.
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:
WEB EXTRA: Zoo Announces Tiger Cub Is A BoyZSL London Zoo announced its nearly two-month-old tiger cub is a boy. Tuesday (1/25) the zoo said: "...he's already becoming a little explorer, climbing anything that he can find!"
Cancer Screenings Offered At Hialeah Firehouses As Part Of National Firefighter Cancer Awareness MonthCBS4's Brooke Shafer reports on Dr. Schaefer Solle and her team screening firefighters for cancer at Hialeah's Fire Station 1.
WEB EXTRA: Free Umbrella Rentals In New York CityA Brazilian company is now offering free umbrella rentals in New York City for those days when people get caught in the rain. Check out how you can use one.
WEB EXTRA: Lifeguards Rescue Dog Who Swam Too Far Out To SeaLifeguards rescued a dog who swam too far out to sea off a beach in Malibu, California on Sunday (1/23). They used a jet ski and a rescue sled to bring the pet back to its owners onshore.
Interview With Dr. Bernard Ashby On Monoclonal Antibody TreatmentDr. Bernard Ashby, with the Committee to Protect Health Care, talks about the 'ineffective'' monoclonal antibody treatment to treat the Omicron variant.
WEB EXTRA Baby Porcupine Spends Time With Mom At National ZooTake a look at this baby porcupine spending time with mom at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C. The zoo said the porcupine was born to parents Beatrix and Quillbur in early January.
WEB EXTRA: Artist Creates Realistic Cat Portraits From FeltTake a look at these felt cat portraits that look so real you might expect them to purr.
WEB EXTRA: Robot Serves Up Ice Cream At The Beijing OlympicsForget about using a scoop! This robot is serving up ice cream at the Winter Olympics in Beijing. The Games will feature many contactless experiences because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Bay Village Going Green To Reduce PollutionNorth Bay Village is taking steps to minimize pollution into Biscayne Bay.
Controversial Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo Confirmed As Dems Walk OutAfter a walkout by Democrats who said they weren’t getting answers, a Senate committee Wednesday signed off on the confirmation of controversial state Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo.
Gov. Ron DeSantis In Miami To Blast Federal Decision To Shut Down Monoclonal SitesGov. Ron DeSantis blasted the federal decision to close monoclonal sites in Florida during a stop in Miami on Wednesday.
Research Shows COVID-19 Vaccines Do Not Affect Fertility OutcomesCBS4's Danya Bacchus reports on a new study that not getting the COVID-19 vaccine now could negatively affect fertility in men.
Broward Sheriff's Investigators Looking For Two People Accused In Gas Station ConfrontationThe Broward Sheriff's Office is trying to identify two males caught on camera getting into an altercation with two women at a Lauderdale Lakes gas station.
Are Apple AirTag's Being Used To Spy On People?Law enforcement agencies are reporting that Apple's AirTags may be used to spy on victims.
U.S. Tries To De-Escalate Tension At The Russia, Ukraine BorderCBS4's Natalie Brand reports on the United States' attempt to lessen tension with Russia and Ukraine.
Police Chase Led To Crash In Lauderhill, Two BSO Deputies Hurt, Driver ChargedA late-night accident involving several cars including a Broward sheriff's deputy sent four people to the hospital including two BSO deputies.