Deborah Souverain reports the courthouse was closed due to structural concerns after the Surfside condo collapse.
Caught On Cam: Miami Lakes Neighborhood Targeted By Mail ThiefCBS4's Peter D'Oench exclusively obtained the Ring video.
WEB EXTRA: Where Are All The Worker? Working Says Local Author & EntrepreneurAccording to entrepreneur and author Bruce Turkel, many of those workers who were in on the “Great Resignation” and who have seemed to have disappeared from the workforce are in fact “working.” Many are working on their own terms, on their own schedules, marketing themselves. And more than a few hold non-traditional jobs.
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WEB EXTRA: Aftermath Of Bear Attack In Volusia CountyA woman was injured by a black bear while walking her dog in DeBary around 9 p.m. on Friday, January 14.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-20-22 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
President Biden Marks First Year In OfficePresident Joe Biden held a two-hour news conference on Wednesday to highlight his accomplishments and talk about his agenda.
Future Of Deauville Hotel DiscussedMiami Beach commissioners are meeting to discuss the future of the Deauville Hotel.
High Level Of COVID-19 Transmissions Reported Across USCOVID cases continue to surge across the US.
London-Bound American Airlines Flight Returned To MIA After Passenger Refused To Wear A MaskAn American Airlines London bound flight from Miami was forced to turn around Wednesday night after a passenger refused to wear a mask.
Florida Dept. Health Director For Orlando Placed On Administrative LeaveDr. Raul Pino sent an email describing frustration with low vaccination rates among his colleagues.
Suspect In Haitian President Murder In U.S. CustodyArrested in the Dominican Republic last month, Rodolphe Jaar will be presented with criminal charges during his federal court appearance in Miami.
President Biden Marks One Year In OfficeLaura Podesta reports President Biden held a press conference on Wednesday where he defended his record and questioned why he wasn't getting any help from Republican lawmakers.
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CBS4 Forecast For Thursday 1/20/2022CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says partly cloudy skies this morning will give way to occasional showers during the afternoon.
Former Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo Sues CityDeborah Souverain reports Acevedo filed a 50-page lawsuit claiming the city manager and three commissioners violated his First Amendment rights.
American Airlines Flight To London Returned To Miami After Passenger Refused To Wear A MaskBrooke Shafer reports Flight 38 was about an hour and a half into its flight to Heathrow Airport when it circled back and returned to Miami International Airport.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1/20/2022 6AMPartly cloudy skies this morning will give way to occasional showers during the afternoon.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1-18-22 11PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Tuesday night weather forecast.
Republicans Block Democrats' Attempt On Voting RightsCBS4's Natalie Brand reports on how Democrats were unable to accumulate the votes to change Senate rules to pass a new voting rights legislation.
President Biden 1-Year Mark Press ConferenceCBS4's Lauren Pastrana reports on President Joe Biden's news conference Wednesday.
Florida Abortion Bill Passes First HurdleCBS4's Bobeth Yates reports on the state's new abortion bill.
Fired Former Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo Files Lawsuit Against City, Commissioners, City ManagerCBS4's Karli Barnett reports on former Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo taking legal action against the City of Miami.
London-Bound American Airlines Flight Turned Around Due To At Least One Traveler Not Complying With Mask MandateA flight tracker showed the plane was pretty far over the Atlantic when the decision was made to return.
WEB EXTRA: Animals Celebrate National Popcorn Day At Zoo In IllinoisSome animals celebrated National Popcorn Day at the Brookfield Zoo in Illinois on Wednesday (1/19). The zoo says the western lowland gorillas and the lowland tapirs, Sonny and Sorghum, enjoyed eating the tasty treat, while Imelda the Polish chicken foraged through her supply of popcorn to search for mealworms instead.