Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Wants MIA ClosedOn Thursday, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez wrote a letter to President Donald Trump asking him to close Miami International Airport. Today, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez told the president to disregard.
interview With Jared Moskowitz, Director of Florida's Division of Emergency ManagementCBS4's Jim DeFede talks to Jared Moskowitz, Director of Florida's Division of Emergency Management.
WEB EXTRA: How To Take Off Disposable Gloves ProperlyIf you’re wearing disposable gloves while out during the coronavirus pandemic, there is a proper way to take them off so you don’t contaminate your hands. Kristen Ryan from the Millburn-Short Hills, NJ Volunteer First Aid Squad explains the process.
Virtual Zoo Visits Are Welcome Distraction Amid PandemicWho can forget how the world was mesmerized by April the giraffe, the tallest most famous mother to be on the internet in 2017?
WEB EXTRA: Miami-Dade Firefighters Visit Colleague Recovering From COVID-19 At HospitalA Miami-Dade Fire Rescue firefighter was feeling isolated after ending up in the hospital because of complications from COVID-19. Here's a look at how his friends from the firehouse cheered him up.
Trending: Bill Withers DiesLegendary soul artist Bill Withers, the singer of hits "Lean On Me" and "Ain't No Sunshine," has died from heart complications.
Four More COVID-19 Cases At Local Publix StoresFour more Publix employees who work at South Florida stores have tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesperson has confirmed, bringing the total now to six.
Beware Of ScammersStay vigilant of scammers as the coronavirus pandemic plays out, authorities say.
Miami-Dade Firefighter Gets Uplifting Surprise While Hospitalized With COVID-19A recently hospitalized Miami-Dade Fire Rescue firefighter got a lift Friday when he was visited by his fellow crew members from Station 36 in the Hammocks. Katie Johnston reports.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 4-3-20 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Pastors, Rabbis Finding Creative Ways To Involve Public In ServicesPastors and Rabbis in South Florida are finding more and more creative ways to reach you and involve you with their services in these days of social distancing.
Hundreds Spend Long Hours In Line To Get Much-Needed Items At Food Distribution SitesThousands of people spent part of their day in line for food on Friday as several food distributions across South Florida had a very busy day.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Donating Blood To Help OthersMiami Mayor Frances Suarez, who recently recovered from the coronavirus, is hoping his blood will help with an experimental treatment.
Passengers Aboard Zaandam, Rotterdam Ships To Begin Journey HomeHealthy passengers aboard two Holland America ships docked at Port Everglades are being allowed off the ships to begin their journey home.
WEB EXTRA: Dr. Aileen Marty On Whether Docking Cruise Ships With COVID-19 Patients Putting Public At RiskFIU infectious disease specialist Dr. Aileen Marty discusses whether she thinks docking cruise ships with COVID-19 infected patients at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale is puttting the public at risk.
Army Veteran 'Trusted In The Lord' While Conducting Dangerous Missions In WWIIEvery Friday, in partnership with the Florida Panthers, we put the spotlight on a hero among us, men or women who have gone beyond the call of duty for our country. Today, we're meeting World War II United States Army veteran John Adams.
Tips To Protect Your Vehicle While It Sits Unused During Coronavirus Stay-At-Home OrderWhen was the last time you got in your car and actually drove somewhere? Amid the coronavirus pandemic and statewide stay-at-home order, many Floridians’ cars will be parked in the driveway for at least another month and that could lead to problems. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: Dr. Fauci BobbleheadDR. FAUCI BOBBLEHEAD: He's become a household name, now this member of the White House coronavirus task force is getting a bobblehead!
CBSMiami.com Weather 4/3 12PMA partly to mostly sunny afternoon with highs in the lower 80s.
White House May Ask Americans To Take Additional Steps To Protect ThemselvesNatalie Brand reports Americans may be asked to wear masks in public.
Man Accused Of Price Gouging On Masks & GlovesLazaro Lozano, 57, was arrested outside a Publix supermarket for allegedly trying to sell a box of gloves for $40.
Food Distribution Sites Are Overwhelmed By DemandDavid Sutta reports cars lined up around the block at one southwest Miami-Dade church as people waited for bags of staples.
More Than 9,500 Coronavirus Cases In FloridaMiami-Dade leads the state with 3,029 cases.
Coronavirus Cases Surge in Hot Spots Including FloridaNaomi Ruchim reports there are now nearly a quarter of a million confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States, and more than 6-thousand deaths.