County Monroe has new checkpoint re-entry stickersThe new system has a barcode with color-coded stickers for zone-by-zone re-entry.
Rapper Pooh Shiesty to stay in prison for nowLontrell Williams was arrested for an incident at a men’s club in South Florida where he was accused of shooting a security guard.
Governor DeSantis hosts roundtable on state efforts to tackle red tides“We have made strategic investments in red tide research, mitigation and communications efforts, but we cannot let go. My administration will continue to move forward to find solutions to the complex issues surrounding the red tide, ”DeSantis said.
University of Miami study: Male reproduction not affected by Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccinesForty-five men, aged 18 to 50, participated in the study, which ran from January to the end of April.
Carnival discloses personal data breachPart of what was viewed was “personal information relating to certain guests, employees and crew of Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and medical operations.”
94-year-old Opal Lee’s fight to make Juneteenth a federal holiday finally a realityAs Erin Jones reports, Lee is known as Juneteenth’s grandmother.
If you are looking for a bike this summer you might be out of luckManufacturers are struggling to supply products as more and more people want to enjoy the outdoors.
Inter Miami return to action after a few weeks offCBS4’s Mike Cugno reports that the Herons are not at the start they were hoping for.
Dolphins minicamp ends without star Xavien HowardCBS4’s Mike Cugno’s team was in Miami Gardens to check out the new training facility next to Hard Rock Stadium.
SpaceX successfully launches improved GPS satelliteBuilt by Lockheed Martin, the improved GPS satellite is one of the most sophisticated spacecraft ever built.
CBSMiami.com Weather 6-17-21 5pmCBS4 meteorologist Dave Warren has your weather forecast for Thursday night.
President Biden signs bill making Juneteenth a federal holidayCBS4’s Skyler Henry has more of DC.
Miami-Dade County Mosquito Control Officials Already Seeing Increase in CallsCBS4’s Peter D’Oench shares what you need to know this mosquito season.
Investigation underway after shooting in SweetwaterA man is in police custody while another has been hospitalized.
The Supreme Court’s rejection of the ACA challenge sparks many local reactionsCBS4’s Austin Carter shares what South Florida lawmakers had to say about the decision.
Supreme Court rejects Obamacare challengeCBS4’s Natalie Brand reports from DC
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Florida’s second pot initiative goes up in smokeFor the second time in two months, the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a proposed constitutional amendment to allow people to use marijuana recreationally. Katie Johnston reports.
EXTRA WEB: Expenses for Father’s Day 2021What are your plans for Father’s Day this year? The amount we are spending on dad is expected to hit an all-time high as more people are vaccinated and restrictions on coronaviruses begin to ease.
EXTRA WEB: Shark gets closer to the California Paddle BoarderA shark came very close to a paddle boarder in Carpinteria, Calif., In late May. Shark enthusiast Jackson Kischer said he was “a little scared” when the shark approached his board. “It would take just one swipe of the tail and I would be in the water with it,” he said.
EXTRA WEB: Disneyland Paris reopensDisney characters welcomed the audience back to Disneyland Paris on Thursday (6/17). The theme park closed in October due to a second wave of COVID-19 cases in France. Guests six years and older must wear a mask.
EXTRA WEB: Summer SolsticeSummer solstice animation
Take the bug spray: the rainy season is mosquito season and the bloodsuckers are backEach summer, relentless rains like the ones we have had in recent days flood the area and mosquito eggs that were laid long ago in canals, ponds and other standing water begin to hatch. A single female mosquito can lay up to 300 eggs at a time. Katie Johnston reports.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 6-17-21 12PMWeather forecast by CBS4 News meteorologist Jennifer Correa for South Florida.