CBSMiami News Update 1/24/2022 8AM
Florida Legislature working on insurance, condo safety reformCBS4's Jim DeFede and Joe Gorchow have been on the developments out of Tallahassee all day.
Police-involved shooting in NW Miami under investigationCBS4's Karli Barnett reports two adults were transported to the hospital.
Students, teacher killed after shooter opens fire at Texas elementary schoolGov. Greg Abbott said the shooter is also dead, and is believed to have been killed by responding law enforcement officers.
CBSMiami.com Weather 5-24-22 6PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Tuesday evening weather forecast.
Police-Involved Shooting Under InvestigationA police-involved shooting in Northwest Miami is being investigated on Tuesday afternoon.
Surfside Condo Collapse Court Settlement Increased To $96 MillionCBS4's Peter D'Oench reports the initial amount for property owners was previously set at $83 million, but Circuit Judge Michael Hanzman agreed at a hearing that the higher amount was proper for 136 condo owners in the 12-story building.
Hurricane sales tax holiday tipsCBS4's Jacqueline Quynh took us on a hurricane supplies shopping spree.
Family Of Inmate Who Died In Custody Pleads With Broward Commission To Release VideoStanding more than 20 strong, the family of Kevin Desir pleaded with Broward commissioners Tuesday to help them get jail video released showing what led to their loved one's death.
Florida Legislature begins special session focused on fixing state's turbulent property insurance marketCBS4's Joe Gorchow is in Tallahassee with the latest.
Broward Dive Rescue Teams Come Together To Investigate, Recover Sunken Vehicles From Deerfield Beach LakeOn Tuesday, the first of several cars were pulled from the murky Sailboat Lake in Deerfield Beach off Sample Road, west of Military Trail.
Florida Legislature has decided to discuss condo safety in wake of surfside collapseCBS4's Jim DeFede broke the story.
NOAA predicts 'above average' 2022 Atlantic hurricane seasonNOAA is predicting we'll see 14-21 named storms (winds of 39 mph or higher), of which 6-10 will become hurricanes (winds of 74 mph or higher), and 3-6 will strengthen into major hurricanes (category 3, 4 or 5; with winds of 111 mph or higher).
Special Report: Students, teacher killed Texas elementary school shootingGov. Greg Abbott said the shooter is also dead, and is believed to have been killed by responding law enforcement officers.
Florida Tourism Thriving Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendMiami International Airport is projecting the “busiest Memorial Day weekend ever."
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 5-24-22 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Sunken Cars Removed From Deerfield Beach Bodies Of WaterAuthorities in Broward County have united to pull vehicles that somehow ended up in bodies of water.
Surfside Building Collapse SettlementJudge announces $96 million to Surfside condo property owners.
Florida Senate Expected To Move On Condo Safety ReformFlorida Senate expected to push for legislation regarding Surfside and condo safety reform
WEB EXTRA: NOAA 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season ForecastNOAA is predicting an 'Above Average' season.
CBS4 Forecast For Tuesday 5/24/2022CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says a warm and breezy day ahead with just a few showers. Highs climb to the upper 80s.
Florida Law To Punish Social Media Companies Ruled UnconstitutionalDealing a major setback to Gov. Ron DeSantis, a three-judge appellate panel on Monday ruled that a 2021 Florida law targeting social-media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter unconstitutionally restricts the companies’ First Amendment rights.
Florida Legislators Take Up Property Insurance Reforms In Special SessionJoe Gorchow reports Florida lawmakers began moving forward Monday with a plan to try to bolster the state’s troubled property-insurance market.
Land Where Surfside Condo Collapsed To Be Sold TuesdayThere will be no auction for the land since the only bid came from a Dubai developer for $120 million.
Report: 3 Americans Died Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning At Bahamas ResortA fourth American was flown to South Florida for treatment.