California lawmakers are considering a bill to make the standard work week 32 hours instead of 40 hours. If it becomes law, it will apply to workers in companies with 500 or more employees. At the same time, there is a global push to have more companies adopt a shorter work week. Elise Preston explains.
Where The Mango Falls MattersThe best advice? Be a good neighbor and just ask for permission.
Preview: Key Fob Criminals Caught In The ActCBS4's Jacqueline Quynh will have more on how to protect yourself from these opportunistic criminals in her live report at 11.
WEB EXTRA: Police Block Traffic To Help Bear Cross Road In UtahWATCH: Police officers blocked traffic on this road in Utah so a bear could safely cross on Tuesday (5/17). The Ephraim City Police said an officer "followed the bear to the east mountains making sure it made it safe and sound."
CBSMiami.com Weather 5-18-22 6PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Wednesday evening weather forecast.
Miami-Dade County Teacher Seeking Help After Her Rent Shoots UpCBS4's Ashley Dyer spoke with Lucrecia Vasquez, an elementary school teacher and mom, who says her rent increased by 30%.
Trial Underway For Ex-BSO Deputy Accused Of Beating Inmate Handcuffed To Hospital BedFormer deputy Jorge Sobrino is accused of assaulting the inmate inside the North Broward Medical Center back in 2019.
Police Pursuit In BrowardA police pursuit took place through the streets of Broward on Wednesday afternoon.
Hundreds Of Bicyclists To Take Part In 20th Annual International Ride Of SilenceCBS4's Peter D'Oench reports the ride comes as a pair of cyclists were killed on the Rickenbacker Causeway.
CBS Unveils 2022-2023 Primetime LineupCBS announced its 2022-2023 primetime programming lineup of CBS Originals, featuring four new dramas, one alternative series, special event programming and 18 returning series. For 2021-2022, the Network finished #1 for the 14<sup>th</sup> straight season, winning 19 of the past 20 seasons.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 5-18-22 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Housing Crisis: County Mayors Hold Roundtable On Skyrocketing RentsOn Wednesday, Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava convened a roundtable of mayors from across the county to discuss the rental crisis and what can be done.
Fort Lauderdale Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Teen GirlA Fort Lauderdale man accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl after threatening her with a knife has been arrested.
Deadly Hit & Run Near Hard Rock Hotel & CasinoOne person was killed in a deadly hit and run early Wednesday morning near the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Tractor Trailer Rollover Shuts Down Section Of Turnpike In Miami GardensA rollover accident involving a tractor-trailer shut down a section of the Florida Turnpike on Wednesday.
Popular SUV Put To The Test In Crash ScenariosNaomi Ruchim has the results.
Miami-Dade Mayors Meet To Discuss Rising RentsKeith Jones reports the goal is to find solutions to the affordable housing crisis.
CBS4 Forecast For Wednesday 5/18/2022CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be partly cloudy with a low rain chance, though a few spotty showers are possible. Highs will be creeping into the low 90s.
Cyclists Take To The Road For 'Ride Of Silence'Deborah Souverain reports the annual ride promotes awareness for bicycles on road. The ride comes just days after two bicyclists were killed on the Rickenbacker Causeway.
CBSmiami.com Weather 5/18/2022 6AMMix of sun and clouds, a stray shower or two is possible.
CBSMiami.com Weather 5-17-22 11PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Tuesday night weather forecast.
MDPD's Priority Response Team Trains For Whatever Comes Its WayCBS4's Ashley Dyer got an inside look at the training the specialized unit undergoes.
Three Property Insurance Companies Eye Mega IncreasesCBS4's Joe Gorchow reports the biggest hike comes from Florida Farm Bureau, which seeks a 48.7% jump in rates for homeowners’ policies.
US Moves To Ease Economic Sanctions Against VenezuelaThe limited changes will allow Chevron Corp. to negotiate its license with the state-owned oil company, PDVSA, but not to drill or export any petroleum of Venezuelan origin, two senior U.S. government officials told The Associated Press late Monday.
Miami Gardens Woman Arrested After Remains Of Man Found In Shallow Grave Behind Her HomeCBS4's Jacqueline Quynh reports Clio Trice, 50, has been charged with second-degree murder.