Pause For A Cause: Miami Homes For AllSabrina Velarde, director of policy of Miami Homes For All, talks about her organization.
Man Detained In Federal Raid Killed In Officer Involved ShootingBrooke Shafer reports the man was shot after he reportedly grabbed a gun hidden in a couch.
WEB EXTRA: Seat Belt SafetySeat belts save lives, and new cars are equipped with alerts for drivers and passengers to buckle up, but a new report finds many of those alerts are not loud or long enough.
WEB EXTRA: Two Arrests Made In Federal Raid In Southwest Miami-DadeFederal agents pounded on the door of a home on SW 19th Street and SW 127 Avenue. With long guns drawn US Marshals and agents from Homeland security made entry in what CBS 4 has learned is a federal investigation.
Miami Proud: Roger DeHart Bringing Awareness To Human Trafficking One Step At A TimeBrooke Shafer reports DeHart was moved to raise awareness for this cause, he started by speaking to schools and churches.
Pause For A Cause: American Cancer Society's Relay For LifeHeather Utset, Director of Development at the American Cancer Society, talks about Relay For Life.
WEB EXTRA: Internet Crime On The Rise, Important To Have Strong PasswordsThe average hacker can crack a complicated seven-character password in 31 seconds. But the longer the password, the harder it is to guess.
Turnpike Southbound @ Hollywood Blvd is Shutdown After a Pedestrian is Struck and KilledFlorida Highway Patrol is investigating a traffic crash in Hollywood that left one pedestrian dead early Wednesday morning.
WEB EXTRA: Adolescent Mental HealthEstimates show that one in five adolescents and teens have a diagnosed mental health disorder, and the pandemic has caused that number to jump even higher.
Spring Break Weekend Marred By Shootings On Miami BeachDeborah Souverain reports there were two shootings in 48 hours.
Pause For A Cause: Chapman PartnershipAnthony Henderson with the Chapman Partnership, which helps and empowers the homeless.
WEB EXTRA: COVID-19 Pandemic Two Year AnniversaryMarch 11 marks two years since the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic.
Violent Deadly Crash On Krome AvenueDeborah Souverain reports the crash involved an SUV and what appeared to be a golf cart.
Bad Crash Shuts Down Krome Ave; One Person Airlifted to the HospitalA serious crash involving an SUV and a golf cart has part of Krome Ave shut down early Thursday morning.
WEB EXTRA: Treatment To Restore Sense Of Smell, Taste After COVIDLosing your sense of smell and taste are symptoms of COVID-19. Researchers at Jefferson Health in Philadelphia are testing a new way to restore those senses.
Miami Double Shooting Leaves 2 HospitalizedMiami PD is investigating after an overnight double shooting left two hospitalized.
Police: Man Shot, Killed In Miami Beach Apartment BuildingMiami Beach Police are trying to find out who shot and killed a man in an apartment building early Monday morning.
Pause For A Cause: Here To Inspire Community Foundation,We spoke to WJ Daggins, Executive Director at Here To Inspire Community Foundation, about his organization.
Miami Proud: Zoo Miami Conservation Efforts Lead Way To Bring Flamingo Populations Back To FloridaConservation team at Zoo Miami is working on bringing back wild Flamingo population to Florida.
One Dead In Fiery Oakland Park CrashDeborah Souverain reports a car slammed into a utility pole near Dixie Highway and Oakland Park Boulevard.
Cryptocurrency Romance ScamsThe growing popularity of crypto currency has also led to a rising number of scams. One woman says she lost millions to someone she thought was a friend. CBS' Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
Inter Miami CF Open Season With TieInter Miami CF kicked off the 2022 Major League Soccer Saturday evening by earning a point in what was a scoreless tie against the Chicago Fire FC.
Pause For A Cause: Ellie's Army FoundationStacey Levy, founder and CEO of Ellie's Army, sits down with CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez and Lauren Pastrana to talk about her foundation.
Study Shows Diabetes Patients Who Use Health Apps, At-Home Tests Have Their BenefitsMore and more people are using mobile apps and at-home tests to monitor their own health. Michael George takes a look at the pros and cons of the “do-it-yourself” health movement