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Prosecutors Deciding If "Excessive Force" Was Used In BSO Take Down Of TeenRielle Creighton reports a small group of protestors demanded action be taken against the deputy seen on top of the teen, Deputy Christopher Krickovich.
CBSMiami.com Weather 4/23 6AMToday Will Be Partly Cloudy With A High Near 82F.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 4-22-19 11PMCBS Miami chief meteorologist Craig Setzer has your evening weather forecast.
Political Wrangling Over Mueller Report Continues As Dems Discuss ImpeachmentPresident Trump says he’s not worried about losing his job despite calls for impeachment from some in the Democratic party.
Concern Continues to Grow Over Florida Hepatitis A OutbreakThe number of cases of hepatitis A in Florida has continued to steadily increase, with the largest concentration of the outbreak in the Tampa Bay area, according to numbers posted on the state Department of Health website.
Sri Lanka Authorities Were Warned Weeks Ago About Possible AttackA warning came into Sri Lankan authorities week ago about a possible attack by the group now being blamed for the carnage.
Safety Concerns Over Government Cut Jetty Arise Again After Latest Deadly Boat CrashA body found on Miami Beach Monday morning is the person who was reported missing after a weekend boat crash, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Fallout Continues Over Viral Video Showing BSO Deputies Pepper Spraying, Body Slamming TeenThe cellphone video of Broward Sheriff’s deputies pepper-spraying a teen in Tamarac, throwing him to the ground and slamming his head into the concrete continues to make headlines in Florida and across the country.
Many Workers At Miami International Airport Subjected To Poor Treatment, Low WagesNo other entity in the State of Florida produces more revenue than MIA but many airport workers do not share in that wealth, with thousands left toil in extreme conditions for low wages.
With NFL Draft Days Away, Dolphins Possibly Targeting Cardinals QB Josh RosenThe NFL Draft is coming up in a few days and there are several directions the Miami Dolphins may go.
Trending: Bunny Goes WildSomeone in a white bunny outfit let the fists of fur fly during a brawl.
West Park Man Killed In Atlanta CrashA West Park man was killed, three of his family members injured, when a man fleeing police in Atlanta, Georgia struck their SUV.
President Trump Not Concerned About Impeachment As Democrats Discuss Next StepPresident Trump is back in Washington D.C. following a weekend in South Florida and he says he’s not concerned about impeachment in the wake of the Muller report release.
Measles Continues To SpreadThe Florida Department of Health is urging state residents and visitors who have not been immunized to get vaccinated.
Report: Social Security Won’t Be Able To Pay Full Benefits By 2035; Medicare Depleted By 2026Millions of Americans will only receive about three-quarters of their Social Security benefits when they retire if Congress doesn’t act soon. Curtis Silva reports.
Florida Senate To Vote On Bill That Would Abolish MDX & Freeze Florida Toll Increases For 10 YearsPaying tolls is something no driver likes and many in South Florida have complained that they’re forced to pay higher priced tolls on their commute on MDX expressways.
Hepatitis A Outbreak Continues to GrowThe number of cases of hepatitis A in Florida has continued to steadily increase, with the largest concentration of the outbreak in the Tampa Bay area, according to numbers posted on the state Department of Health website.
Earth Day CelebratedTree-planting ceremony held in Miami to celebrate Earth Day. In the US, it was observed from coast to coast.
Miami Gardens Man Arrested For Badly Burning Girlfriend's Child That Wet The BedA Miami Gardens man was arrested after he allegedly physically abused his girlfriend's son after he wet the bed.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 4-22-19 5PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.

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