Live big: Adrienne Arsht’s Miami estate to sell for record $150m, benefits charityCBS4’s Lisa Petrillo reports on the $150 million home in Coconut Grove.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 2/25/22 11:00 PMCBS4 News meteorologist Jennifer Correa’s weather outlook for South Florida.
Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin’s mother, helps others who know her pain all too wellSaturday marks 10 years since Trayvon Martin was shot and killed, but for his mother, Sybrina Fulton, she is choosing a different day in February to celebrate her son’s life and legacy.
New CDC COVID-19 guidelines make mask recommendations easierCBS4’s Austin Carter reports on the CDC’s new COVID-19 mask guidelines.
A rally has taken place, as South Florida residents worry about their family and friends living in UkraineCBS4’s Joel Waldman reports on South Florida residents worried about loved ones living in Ukraine after the Russian invasion.
Police: Man robbed and shot dead at CVS pharmacy in MiamiMiami-Dade police are investigating a robbery that resulted in a shooting at a CVS pharmacy in Miami.
The Dolphins Challenge Cancer fundraising race takes over South Florida on SaturdayYou don’t have to have cancer to fight cancer. That’s the motto behind the annual Miami Dolphins Cancer Challenge, which kicks off on Saturday, February 26.
WEB SUPPLEMENT: Stray cats help keep restaurant open in Japan during COVID-19 pandemicCAT RESTAURANT: Stray cats have helped revitalize a restaurant in Osaka, Japan, after it struggled to stay open due to the coronavirus pandemic.
WEB SUPPLEMENT: The Eiffel Tower illuminated in the national colors of UkraineThe Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, was illuminated in blue and yellow on Friday (25/02). The city’s mayor said it was an act of solidarity with Ukraine amid Russia’s attack on the country.
EXTRA WEB: Opening of the Museum of the Future in DubaiMUSEUM OF THE FUTURE: A museum that imagines what the world will look like in 50 years has just opened in Dubai. Discover the “Museum of the future”.
EXTRA WEB: President Biden Announces Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson Will Be Appointed to Supreme CourtOn Friday (02/25), President Biden announced that Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson would be his nominee for the Supreme Court of the United States. If confirmed, Judge Jackson would be the first black woman to serve on the nation’s highest court.
Wells Fargo donates $20 million to help minority businessesWells Fargo is supporting small businesses in South Florida with a multi-million dollar donation, focusing on ethnically diverse owners who have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
Break 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 founding.
FIU expert on the Russian invasion of UkraineFlorida International Professor Tatiana Kostadinova on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Rally organized to support UkraineRally organized in favor of Ukraine in Sunny Isles.
Interactive Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser Resort set to open next weekOn Friday, Disney unveiled a new look at the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser Resort in Orlando, which is slated to open next week.
Haulover Park and marina will be undergoing a major overhaulCBS4’s Keith Jones reports on the major facelift that Haulover Park and Marina are about to do in the near future.
Dozens of people gather to protest the Russian invasion in Sunny IslesDozens of people gathered on Friday afternoon to protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine on Friday afternoon.
Taste Of The Town: Pitmaster Mel Rodriguez Bringing His Smokey Specialty To SOBEWFF Burger BashCBS4’s Lisa Petrillo reports live from the South Beach Wine & Food Festival and talks about the highly anticipated Burger Bash contest hosted by Rachael Ray and Jose Andres.
South Florida woman helps put products on shelves to help othersSouth Florida’s Lulu Cordero started her own business to help others with hair products.
Weapon reported on campus causes Killian High School to be locked downOn Friday, Killian Senior High School in Miami was taken into custody.
Mayor Daniella Levine Cava updates Miami-Dade’s COVID-19 safety guidelinesMiami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced Friday that COVID safety policies related to masking, hospital reports and employee testing will be lifted, as the county shifts from “crisis mode” to “ security”.
A father and his 2 young children drown in the swimming pool of HollywoodA small porch memorial sits at the home where two children and their father drowned in the backyard pool on Thursday.
1 dead, 6 injured after elderly woman accidentally speeds her car into Miami Beach beer gardenOne person has died and others are injured after a car crashed into a restaurant in Miami Beach.