Pandemic Need Led To Hundreds Lining Up For Gift Cards In Little HaitiBrooke Shafer reports 200 people will walk away with Publix gift cards.
Miami-Dade, Broward Mayors Address Rising COVID Numbers In Their CountiesJoan Murray reports Broward Mayor Steve Geller said the county's two week positivity rate was about 7.47 percent and inching up.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Worried About Hospital CapacityBrooke Shafer reports Levine Cava described the situation as "grave."
Gov. DeSantis Addresses Coronavirus Vaccine DistributionThe governor said residents of long term care facilities and health care workers at the highest risk will get the vaccine first.
South Florida Hospitals Await Coronavirus VaccineBrooke Shafer reports in recent weeks doctors have seen an increase in the number of people infected with the virus.
Jackson Memorial Expected To Receive First Shipment Of Coronavirus Vaccine In Mid-DecemberBrooke Shafer reports Jackson Memorial Hospital is equipped with state of the art freezers needed for the vaccine.
Black Friday Shoppers Out Early Despite Pandemic ConcernsBrooke Shafer reports the crowds were down this year.
Miami Beach To Enforce Mask Mandate Through WeekendBrooke Shafer reports local leaders want more control to mandate masks and the like, Gov. DeSantis has not indicated he's willing to roll back the state's phased reopening.
Pandemic Has Created Greater Need For Thanksgiving Food DistributionsBrooke Shafer reports South Florida has stepped up to help with a number of distributions.
Miami Police Officer Shot, Killed Would-Be Intruder At SW Dade HomeBrooke Shafer said the officer went to the home after his son called him and said someone was trying to break-in.
Travel Up At South Florida Airports Despite Warnings To Stay Put This HolidayTed Scouten reports Miami International Airport is seeing an uptick in travelers as Thanksgiving approaches.
Family Gathering In Homestead Fired On, Three People HurtBrooke Shafer reports three people were injured when someone fired on a family gathering in Homestead.
Trapped Driver Rescued After Fiery Crash On Venetian CausewayTed Scouten reports the man was cut out of the vehicle and rushed to the hospital in critical condition.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11/20 6AMPartly cloudy and windy this morning with isolated thunderstorms developing this afternoon. High around 82F.
Donations Collected To Help People In HondurasBrooke Shafer reports many had their homes heavily damaged or destroyed.
NW Dade Shooting Injures Four People Including Two ChildrenBrooke Shafer reports a 3-year-old girl and a 6-year-old boy are among those hurt.
Broward Sheriff's Deputy Involved In Dania Beach ShootingJoan Murray reports it happened in a parking lot in the 160 block of Southwest 19th Court
Florida Coronavirus Cases ClimbingBrooke Shafer reports healthcare professionals are now under more pressure as hospitals are seeing a spike of not just first time COVID patients.
Man Dies After Jumping Into Doral Canal To Elude PolicePeter D'Oench reports the man was either driving a stolen car or a car with a stolen tag on it.
Possible Shooting Investigated At Pompano Beach Apartment ComplexBrooke Shafer reports at the Golden Acres development, there was a car that appears to have a bullet hole through the windshield.
Eta Left Flood Of Trouble, Stinky Mess In Parts Of HollywoodBrooke Shafer reports rain water and flooding from Eta has overwhelmed the waste water system, doubling the amount of sewage that normally flows to the treatment plant.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11/12 6AMPartly to mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Relentless Rain From Tropical Storm Eta Causes Widespread Flooding In Miami-DadeJessica Vallejo reports on Brickell Avenue, the streets were empty of people but full of debris and some business owners used sandbags as protection from potential flooding.
Tropical Storm Eta Causes Significant Flooding In BrowardBrooke Shafer reports all of Broward County remains under a local State of Emergency.