Search On For Hit-&-Run Driver That Seriously Injured Man, Killed DogCBS4’s Peter D’Oench reports Willie Moore III was crossing NW 20th Avenue near 95th Street with his two dogs when they were struck.
CBSMiami.com Weather 3-29-22 6PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Tuesday evening weather forecast.
Some Rental Relief For Those Who Lost Their Homes In Surfside CatastropheCBS4’s Lauren Pastrana reports the Shul of Bal Harbour, in partnership with the Global Empowerment Mission, distributed close to $120,000 worth of rental relief to survivors of the Champlain Towers South tragedy.
Billboards Go Up Aimed At Curbing Human TraffickingThe Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office announced a major campaign ahead of the highly anticipated Miami Grand Prix.
Trio Of South Florida Psychology Experts Slam ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill Being Signed Into LawThe Republican legislation, which Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law Monday, bars instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in kindergarten through the third grade.
Travel Prices Increasing As Millions Of People Look To VacationA new survey from American Express Travel finds 72% of Americans plan to travel more this year. That rise in demand is pushing up prices for just about everything travel-related.
January 6th Committee Scrutinizing Gap In Former President Trump’s Phone Records During Capitol AttackCBS4’s Skyler Henry reports lawmakers are looking into whether the former president used a “burner phone” at that time.
CBS4’s Jim DeFede On Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Call For A Special SessionIt comes after DeSantis vetoed the Florida Legislature’s new congressional map.
Senate Judiciary Committee Sets Vote For Supreme Court Nominee Ketanji Brown JacksonIf confirmed, Judge Jackson would be the first Black woman to sit on the highest court in the nation.
Report: Harness Was Still Down & Locked When Teen Fell To His Death On Orlando RideTire Sampson, 14, fell last Thursday from the FreeFall drop tower at ICON Park in Orlando.
Crews Battling Grass Fire In SW Miami-DadeMultiple Miami-Dade Fire Rescue units, including air rescue south and MDFR assets, are on the scene.
Florida Challenges Travel Mask RequirementsAttorney General Ashley Moody on Tuesday filed a lawsuit challenging requirements that people wear masks in airports and on planes, trains, and buses.
President Biden Holds Call With Leaders Of France, Germany, Italy & UK To Talk About Situation In UkraineCBS4’s Debra Alfarone reports the call comes as a Russian defense minister said Russia would sharply reduce military activity near Kyiv.
Miami-Dade Needs Help Finding Hit-&-Run Driver After Man Seriously Injured, Dog KilledCBS4’s Peter D’Oench spoke with Sharhonte Walker, the niece of the victim, Willie Moore III.
WEB EXTRA: Russian Cosmonaut, NASA Astronaut Hug During Change Of Command Ceremony On ISSA Russian cosmonaut and NASA astronaut exchanged a handshake and a hug during this change-of-command ceremony on the International Space Station Tuesday, Marcg 29
Operation Green Light In BrowardOperation Green Light is a special program that is taking place in Broward. It allows drivers who have overdue traffic tickets and criminal fees to pay while waiving the 30% collection fee.
Walmart To Stop Sale Of Tobacco Products At Some StoresWalmart has announced it will stop selling tobacco products at some of its stores.
Memorial Hero For Prince PhilipA memorial for the late Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, took place at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday morning.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 3-29-22 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez’s weather outlook for South Florida.
Will Smith Offers Apology On Social MediaWill Smith offered an apology to Chris Rock on social media after slapping him at the Oscars.
Trump Phone Logs Turned Over To House Show 7-hour GapInternal White House records from the day of the attack on the US Capitol that were turned over to the House select committee show a gap in President Donald Trump’s phone logs of seven hours and 37 minutes, including the period when the building was being violently assaulted.
Russia Says It Will “Drastically Reduce” Military Activity Near KyivUkrainian and Russian negotiators sat face-to-face for the first time in weeks on Tuesday, after more than a month of Vladimir Putin’s brutal invasion.
Statue Unveilled Honors Lives Lost At ParklandA new statue that was unveiled Tuesday honors 17 victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.
FDA Authorizes Second Booster ShotMore than 34 million Americans age 50 and older could soon be eligible to receive another booster shot, after the Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday it had authorized a new round of the Moderna or Pfizer and BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines for those who want them.