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The Miami Dolphins’ (potential) search for a new QB just got a lot more complicated

The Miami Dolphins failed to land a package deal of Tom Brady and Sean Payton this offseason, and the NFL came down hard on them for trying, docking the club a 2023 first-round pick in addition to further punishment. With Tua Tagovailoa heading into a make-or-break season, Miami’s 2023 draft capital — the ammunition they’d need to potentially find another quarterback — has been significantly reduced.
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2 men critical after shootings in Miami

MIAMI (WSVN) - Two men are fighting for their lives at the hospital following a barrage of bullets in Miami. City of Miami Police responded to the 3600 block of Biscayne Boulevard following reports of a double shooting in the area, Friday night. Shortly after, investigators said, the men appeared...

Airlines struggling with shortages want to recruit more diverse pilots. This HBCU could be a solution.

At Florida Memorial University, a small historically Black university in Miami Gardens, Tremaine Johnson is training to become one of the country’s few Black pilots. Less than 2% of commercial airline pilots are Black, according to one report, making Johnson’s decision to become a pilot — rather than an air traffic controller, as he’d originally intended — notable. His choice also comes at a particularly crucial time, as airlines around the country experience a pilot shortage due to cutbacks during the pandemic.

2-year-old drowns in swimming pool at Pompano Beach apartment complex

POMPANO BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) - Authorities are investigating a toddler tragedy at an apartment complex in Pompano Beach. According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, a 2-year-old drowned in the swimming pool of the complex located along the 400 block of Southeast 15th Street, Saturday afternoon. BSO deputies and Broward...
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More Than 300 Haitian Migrants Land in the Florida Keys

More than 300 Haitian migrants landed in a vessel near Key Largo off of Ocean Reef on Saturday at approximately 4:30 p.m. according to the chief of the U.S. Border Patrol Miami sector. United States Border Patrol Miami sector took 113 Haitian migrants who jumped off the boat into custody,...

Hialeah Police: Child grazed by bullet under investigation

MIAMI - Hialeah police detectives are investigating a shooting in which a child was grazed by a bullet at the child's home.  Police and firefighters responded to the Niklaus Children's Urgent Care Center near West 49th Street and Northwest 10th Avenue.  Police said the child was transported, in good condition, as a precaution. No other details were released, as the investigation continues. 

Miami man faces charges after drugs, guns, undersized lobster found in Keys

MIAMI - A search warrant at a Key Largo residence yielded more than four pounds of marijuana, guns, other drugs and resulted in the arrests of two men. Monroe County Sheriff's Office deputies said Anthony Kevin Ibanez, 21, of Miami, and Jesse Lee Perrine, 31, of Key Largo, were charged with multiple possession of marijuana and cocaine charges as well as possession of an undersized lobster found in the kitchen refrigerator.The search was focused on a home located in the 800 block of Largo Road. Here is what deputies said they found during their search of the property:• 4.6 pounds of marijuana in vacuum-sealed bags• Nearly half a pound of loose marijuana • 1.4 grams of cocaine • Two AR-15 rifles • Two Glock handguns • Assorted pills without prescriptions• THC vape cartridges and THC wax paper • 1 undersized Florida spiny lobster Both men were taken to jail. 

City of Miami Mayor wants more county help to tackle homeless issue

MIAMI - The plan to put tiny homes for the homeless on Virginia Key may soon be on hold.  On Monday afternoon, Commissioner Joe Carollo and Miami Mayor Francis Suarez held a press conference saying they want more assistance from the county to tackle the homeless issue.  Right now, the only location approved to put tiny homes for the homeless is Virginia Key but Mayor Suarez says they want to look for other options both inside and outside of city limits and figure out a better strategy with the county."We feel it's an unfair burden for the city to have...

What really is the bizarre Miami Circle?

Florida is a pretty weird state. I mean that in the most complimentary way, of course. I love weird. It is my preference. There is a reason so many people flock to vacation in Florida. There's no other place like it. If you spent a little time poking around on the internet or out in the world, the things you learn might change how you look at Florida forever. And no, that's not dramatic. I'm speaking from experience as a California native who saw day-lightning, a massive stork inside my apartment complex, and children wheely-ing on bikes in traffic on her first day here.

Dania Beach's longest-living matriarch celebrates 107th birthday

MIAMI - Celebrating another year of life is always a gift, but Friday a community honored Dania Beach's longest-living matriarch. It is quite a milestone for Mrs. Evelyn Williams. She celebrated her 107th birthday surrounded by her loved ones this week. Mrs. Williams's great-granddaughter Angel Williams spoke with CBS4 about the significance of this day."It's a blessing. It's an emotional thing. Yes it's emotional just being able to celebrate 107 years with someone," said Angel Williams, Evelyn's great-granddaughter.Evelyn was born in 1915. Her family told us more about her amazing journey over the years."My grandmother has been a Sunday school teacher, a missionary worker...

TROPICAL WAVE: Forecasters Now Watching Situation Far East Of Florida

BY: WEATHER TEAM | UPDATE: Read the Sunday Morning Update Here. UPDATED: 2 p.m. Saturday. BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — And just like that. A day after the National Weather Service says a slow start to the hurricane season doesn’t mean a quiet hurricane season, there is now […] []

CBS4 Exclusive: Police say repeat offender caught on video stealing $800 worth of meat

MIAMI - West Miami Police say new surveillance video shows a brazen food bandit who strikes the same supermarket twice over a 4-day period, stealing $800 worth of meat.The video obtained exclusively by CBS4 shows the suspect entering the Tropical Supermarket in the middle of the day last Sunday and Wednesday.West Miami Police detective Richard Menor said the man casually enters the store around 1 p.m. on Sunday and just after noon on Wednesday and goes to the meat department and loads up his backpack with the meat and is then seen leaving the store at 6190 S.W. 8th St. All...

Miami Is Tearing Itself Apart Over Bonkers Plan to Move Homeless to Island

On Thursday night, it seemed there was no more exclusive place to be in Miami than the District 7 town hall Zoom chat room.As local officials, scientists, and advocates spoke during the one-hour conversation, Miamians were furiously typing their thoughts on what has quickly become the biggest topic of conversation in the area: the under-the-radar approval to pursue a pilot program for a homeless encampment in Virginia Key.“This will be a bigger mistake than the Metro Rail system,” one commenter posted in the chat to over 200 residents at 7:10 p.m.While the full effects of the niche insult can only...

Antoine Walker says Heat would have had a better shot than Celtics at beating Warriors in Finals

Former Miami Heat forward Antoine Walker believes the Heat would have had a better shot at beating the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals than the Boston Celtics. The Heat ended up losing to the Celtics in seven games in the Eastern Conference Finals last season. However, Golden State was able to handle Boston in the NBA Finals, winning three straight games to close the series out in six contests.