Sign Language Interpreters Proving Essential During PandemicIn the age of COVID-19, sign-language interpreters have become essential for those who rely on them for help. Whether it is 'signing' for Governor Ron DeSantis or for school children during a remote learning session.
US Housing Secretary Ben Carson Visits South FloridaU.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Ben Carson, paid a visit to Miami City Hall.
WEB EXTRA: Dr Birx Guidance On Memorial Day Weekend GatheringsOn Friday, the White House coronavirus response coordinator said people can go outside and enjoy the Memorial Day weekend, but she stressed social distancing and offered guidance on ways to ensure safe outings.
WEB EXTRA: President Trump On Houses Of WorshipFriday, President Trump said he identified houses of worship “as essential places that provide essential services.” The president called on governors “to do the right thing and allow these very important essential places of faith to open right now, for this weekend."
WEB EXTRA: Wearing Sunscreen Inside and OutsideThis weekend marks the unofficial start to summer. We know sunscreen is necessary this time of year, but dermatologists aren’t just recommending it for when you’re outside.
Ready For Blast-Off!It is the first astronaut launch from Florida in nine years and under normal circumstances, a history-making moment like this would lead to huge crowds along the beaches and roads of Florida's Space Coast, but local officials and NASA are split on whether that's a good idea.
Coronavirus Antibody Testing Issues?Woman gets coronavirus antibody test results, even though she was never tested.
7A Football Champs, St. Thomas Aquinas, Receive Championship Rings In Drive-Thru CeremonyFootball players from St. Thomas Aquinas High School, Florida's reigning Class 7A football champions, are reliving the amazing moment the team won the national title at a ring ceremony Friday.
Hand-Sanitizer Danger?Hand sanitizer is important to keep around, but you might not want to keep it in your car on a hot day. That’s because flammable liquids and direct sunlight can make it explode, warns a Wisconsin fire department.
Man Pulls Woman From Burning BuildingA man from Alabama is being hailed a hero after he helped an elderly woman from a burning building.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 5-22-20 5PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.
Dolphins Fans Pay Tribute To Legendary Coach Don Shula FridayMiami Dolphins fans can pay their respects to the late Don Shula Friday and Saturday while visiting Shula’s bronze statue outside Hard Rock Stadium.
Pleading GuiltyActress Lori Loughlin and fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges for their roles in the brazen college admissions scam.
Universal Gets Ready To ReopenUniversal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay will open to the public in the first week of June.
Gov. DeSantis Lifts Restrictions On Youth ActivitiesAll restrictions on youth activities, including summer camps and athletics, are lifted effective immediately, according to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. However, Miami-Dade and Broward county will wait longer.
Miami-Dade Sets June 1 As Target Date To Reopen Beaches, HotelsMiami-Dade County is taking another big step to reopening South Florida by setting a target of June 1 to reopen beaches and hotels. This includes beaches and hotels in Miami Beach as well.
Police Investigate Death Of BoyAn Amber Alert has been canceled for a 9-year-old boy with autism who was abducted from his mother's car Thursday night.
WEB EXTRA: Flags At Half Staff For COVID-19 VictimsAmerican flags on federal buildings and national monuments have been lowered to half-staff to honor those who have died from COVID-19. From the White House to the Capitol, here is a look at flags around Washington, DC.
WEB EXTRA: Design For Individual Shields At RestaurantsA French designer created a clear plastic lampshade-type shield that could be used for customers as restaurants reopen during the pandemic. Would you feel more comfortable eating at a restaurant if you had your own area like this to eat in?
WEB EXTRA: Inflatable Costume Race At Senior Care FacilityThe 145th running of the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore may have been postponed, but that didn't stop the staff at a senior living center in nearby Bel Air, Maryland from holding a mock horse race for the residents. Take a look!
WEB EXTRA: Businesses Finds Ways To Limit Touching Frequently Used SurfacesFrom foot pedals to operate elevators to menus on your phone, businesses are finding ways to help customers avoid frequently touched surfaces and limit the potential exposure to germs.
WEB EXTRA: Graceland ReopensGraceland, the home of Elvis Presley in Memphis, reopened Thursday. It closed in March because of the pandemic. Guests will have their temperatures checked and are encouraged to wear face coverings. Mansion tours will be limited to 25% capacity to allow for social distancing.
WEB EXTRA: Circus Becomes Safari Park During PandemicLike many businesses, a circus near Budapest, Hungary has had to adapt during the coronavirus pandemic. So it became a safari park. Take a look at how guests are following social distancing rules while they visit with the animals.
NASA, SpaceX Urge Spectators To Stay Away From First Astronaut Launch In 9 YearsIt is the first astronaut launch from Florida in nine years and under normal circumstances, a history making moment like this would lead to huge crowds along the beaches and roads of Florida’s Space Coast, but local officials and NASA are split on whether that’s a good idea.Katie Johnston reports.