Could a mover come to Broward County?CBS4’s Austin Carter previews his CBS4 News report at 11 p.m.
The Department of Justice has settled 40 civil cases stemming from the Parkland shootingAccording to the Department of Justice, the settlement resolves all cases for $127.5 million.
Part of Palmetto Freeway halted due to fatal shootingCBS4’s Karli Barnett reports that the shooting has halted northbound traffic from NW 58th Street to NW 103 Street while the investigation continues.
EXTRA WEB: Ukrainian President Zelensky receives a standing ovation at the start of a virtual address to the US CongressMembers of Congress gave Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy a standing ovation when he appeared on screen for a virtual address on Wednesday (3/16). President Zelenskyy called on the United States to “do more” and addressed President Biden directly saying, “I wish you to be the leader of the world. To be the leader of the world means to be the leader of peace “.
WEB SUPPLEMENT: 7.3 magnitude earthquake hits JapanA 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck Japan on Wednesday (3/16). People captured video of the tremors in Sendai and Toyko.
CBSMiami.com Weather 3-16-22 6PMCBS4 weatherman Dave Warren has your Wednesday night weather forecast.
Ukrainian refugees leave Ukraine amid invasionCBS4’s Jacqueline Qhynh reports a Ukrainian family’s moving stories of leaving Ukraine amid the Russian invasion.
South Florida activists express concern over surge in attacks on Asian AmericansCBS4’s Peter D’Oench spoke with Winnie Tang, Tai Vaz and Tony Delarosa.
M. 305: One-on-one with Heat veteran Udonis HaslemCBS4’s Jim Berry sat down with Haslem, who shared how he’d like to see his loyalty to the franchise rewarded.
Miami Marlins Open Spring Training Schedule FridayCBS4’s Mike Cugno reports the team will kick things off against the Nationals.
AAA to Activate Free “Tow To Go” Program for St. Patrick’s DayThe service is free, but AAA asks that it be treated as a back-up plan.
Rideshare drivers accused of sexually assaulting passengers ask safety questionsCBS4’s Joan Murray reports on some safety tips from Lyft, including avoiding excess alcohol and riding with a friend.
Miami hurricanes head for the big danceCBS4’s Jim Berry reports that this is the team’s first trip to the NCAA tournament in four years.
‘Beyond The Edge’: CBS’ New Reality Show, The Toughest Celebrity Survival Challenge EverCBS4’s Lisa Petrillo sat down with celebrity attendees NFL legend Ray Lewis and model Paulina Poriskova.
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Florida officials warn of ISO, a new synthetic opioid more potent than fentanylIsotonitazene is mixed with other drugs and appears on the illicit drug market, possibly in powder or pill form.
A man accused of threatening to burn down a school over a mask has dropped his chargesCBS4’s Ashley Dyer reports that Mark Polyakov was facing 15 years in prison.
Volodymyr Zelenksyy calls us for more helpCBS4’s Natalie Brand reports that President Biden has called Russian President Vladimir Putin a war criminal and outlined his administration’s plan to send additional defense aid to Ukraine.
Shooters Waterfront killed by ex-employee recalled by friendsCBS4’s Ted Scouten reports that 33-year-old Angel Candelaria has been charged with first-degree murder for the murder of Jordan Siddiq.
Shooting on Palmetto Highway near Hialeah leaves 1 dead, 1 injuredCBS4’s Karli Barnett reports that the shooting has halted northbound traffic from NW 58th Street to NW 103 Street while the investigation continues.
WEB SUPPLEMENT: Palmetto closed due to shooting in HialeahPolice are investigating a shooting on the Palmetto that resulted in the death of at least one person in Hialeah on Wednesday afternoon.
Interest rates are expected to riseFed officials are expected to raise interest rates on Wednesday.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 3-16-22 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez’s weather outlook for South Florida.
New COVID variants are spreadingChina is facing a novel coronavirus outbreak.