Stormwater project designed to fight flooding in Fort Lauderdale.
Miami Beach Police Officer Injured Taking Robbery Suspect Into CustodyBrooke Shafer reports the officer was hit by a car driven by another Miami Beach police officer responding to the scene.
Hit And Run Crash Kills Hialeah Hospital WorkerKeith Jones reports Leonardo Gil Fraga was well known to many in his life for his willingness to help, and friendly attitude, but online over 150,000 followed him for his Tik Tok videos which often gave a peek into his life and work.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1/28/2022 6AMPartly to mostly cloudy with highs in the mid-70s.
Hialeah Hospital Worker Killed In Hit And Run CrashJacqueline Quynh reports Leonardo Gil Fraga was hit Tuesday night and left for dead.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-27-22 11PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Possibility Of New Surfside Building Has Residents WorriedA proposed new building next door to Carlisle on the Ocean, just blocks from where Champlain Towers South fell, has residents fearful.
Preparations Continue In Ukraine Ahead Of Possible Russian InvasionAn increase of Russian buildup at the Ukrainian border s worrying neighboring nations.
World Remembers Holocaust VictimsThe world remembered Holocaust victims on Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Peter Licata Drops Out Of The Running For New Broward Schools SuperintendentThe search for a new Broward Public Schools Superintendent has taken a turn.
Hospital Worker Who Was TikTok Star Killed in Hit-and-Run In HialeahHialeah police are searching for a hit and run driver in the death of Leonardo Gil, a hospital worker and TiK Tok star, Gil was on his motorcycle when he was struck and killed Tuesday night at the intersection of East 8th Avenue and 21st Street.
Holocaust Survivors Recall Their StoriesLocal Holocaust survivors recall their tales of survivors on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Four More Bodies Found In Search For Missing Boaters Off Florida CoastFour more bodies have been found in the search for 38 people who went missing after their boat capsized on a dangerous trip to Florida, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Broward Sheriff's Union President Jeff Bell Fired After Internal Investigation Found Corrupt PracticesBroward sheriff's Deputy Jeff Bell, the head of the Broward County Deputies Association, has been fired.
Teen Driver Arrested In Deadly Hit And Run In MiamiMiami police have charged a 17-year-old with vehicular homicide in connection with a deadly and run.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Who Has South Florida Roots, Could Be Next Supreme Court NomineeU.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement from the Supreme Court at the end of its current term has reignited questions of who will succeed him.
For former Miami Heat star Shane Battier, it's all about helping underprivileged kids achieve their goalsAs a leader on and off the court, former Miami Heat player Shane Battier firmly believes that the future of our youth rests in higher education.
Rogue Rocket Booster Could Crash Into Moon In Next Few WeeksSpaceX is about to leave a permanent mark on the moon, potentially.
Miami Leads Nation As Rents Continue To RiseFinding affordable housing for renters in South Florida has become a challenge as prices continue to rise.
Trespass Charge Dropped Against Ben Frazier After Protesting DeSantis BriefingOfficials have dropped the trespassing charge filed against a Black community activist who was handcuffed prior to the start of a news conference held by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis earlier this month, his attorney said.
Florida House Panel To Take Up Controversial '15 Weeks' Limit Abortion BillA House panel is scheduled Thursday to consider a controversial proposal that would prohibit doctors from performing abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
Antisemitic Flyers Now Found In Melbourne BeachThe antisemitic flyers that have been making the rounds in South Florida continue to be spread around.
Nearly 300 Little River Homes To Receive Sewer System UpgradeA neighborhood in north Miami-Dade will be the first to get their septic systems converted to sewer systems as part of the county’s “connect to protect” project.
Archdiocese Of Miami Updates COVID-19 School Mask PolicyAs the COVID-19 infection rate continues to decline in Miami-Dade, the Archdiocese of Miami has updated its policy on who has to wear masks in its schools.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-27-22 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.