Errol Barnett reports everyone onboard survived.
WEB EXTRA: North Dakota Highway Patrol Faces Blizzard-Like Conditions While Responding To CrashNorth Dakota Highway Patrol troopers faced strong winds and blowing snow while responding to a crash on Tuesday (1/18). The National Weather Service said parts of the state were hit with blizzard-like conditions.
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Police Investigation Near FountainbleuAn active police investigation is going at an apartment complex near the Fountainbleu area of Miami-Dade.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-19-22 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
André Leon Talley, Former Creative Director Of Vogue, Dead At 73André Leon Talley, the former longtime creative director for Vogue, has died at age 73.
Biden Administration Announces $1.1 Billion For Everglades RestorationPresident Joe Biden;'s administration offers $1.1 billion for restoration of the Florida Everglades.
Biden Administration Takes New Steps In Battle Agains CoronavirusThe Biden administration is making millions of masks and free tests in battle against coronavirus.
Miami-Dade Seeing COVID Rates 5 Times Higher Than Summer Delta SurgeOmicron has become the dominant variant across the country and in South Florida. The CDC says omicron was responsible for 99% of the new COVID cases in the last week.
Miami Man Accused Of Police ImpersonationA Miami man is facing serious charges for allegedly posing as a police officer.
Woman Struck, Killed By Train In Deerfield BeachA woman died after being struck by a train in Deerfield Beach.
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WEB EXTRA: A Welcome Message To Kendis Gibson from Norah O'DonnellCBS Evening News Anchor Norah O'Donnell welcome veteran anchor Kendis Gibson back to CBSNews specifically CBS4 News, where he will co-anchor the morning and noon newscasts next to Marybel Rodriguez and Lissette Gonzalez starting Monday, Jan. 24.
WEB EXTRA: A Welcome Message To Kendis Gibson from Gayle King and Tony DokoupilCBS Mornings Anchors Gayle King and Tony Dokoupil welcome veteran anchor Kendis Gibson back to CBSNews specifically CBS4 News, where he will co-anchor the morning and noon newscasts next to Marybel Rodriguez and Lissette Gonzalez starting Monday, Jan. 24.
CBS4 Forecast For Wednesday 1/19/2022CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says after a chilly start we'll have a mostly sunny afternoon with highs in the mid to upper 70s.
CDC: Omicron Variant Responsible For 99% Of New COVID Cases Last WeekBrooke Shafer reports while symptoms of this variant are generally less severe, it is spreading more rapidly.
More Than A Million Americans Tested Positive For COVID On TuesdayLaura Podesta reports Americans can now have home tests delivered right to their door for free, and will soon be able to get free high quality masks as well.
New York Attorney General Alleges "Significant Evidence" Of Fraud Against Trump OrganizationPreliminary findings allege Trump organization used fraudulent and misleading asset valuations on multiple properties to obtain economic benefits.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1/19/2022 6AMMostly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 70s.
Browns DT Malik McDowell Arrested For Public Exposure Near Deerfield Beach Learning CenterCBS4's Bobeth Yates was there as he bonded out of jail.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1-18-22 11PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Tuesday night weather forecast.
Scare At The Synagogue In Texas Has Local Houses Of Worship Increasing Security & Training For SituationsCBS4's Joel Waldman has the story.
50K To 300K COVID Deaths Projected Before Latest Surge WanesCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with Dr. Mary Jo Trepka, an infectious disease specialist at Florida International University.
Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick Sworn Into CongressCherfilus-McCormick won 79% of the vote in a special election for the 20th Congressional District.
Modelers Predict As Many As 300,000 More Americans Could Die By Time Omicron-Driven Surge SubsidesCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with Dr. Mary Jo Trepka, an infectious disease specialist at Florida International University.