A man walked inside a Miami Gardens big box store Tuesday night and shot and killed a woman before exiting the store and turning the gun on himself
Police said Pava LaPere's body was found with signs of blunt-force trauma Monday morning. LaPere was the CEO of EcoMap.
Skyrocketing rents in South Florida have led some renters to get creative on meeting their monthly obligations.
Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty against a Florida man accused of murdering a Lyft driver whose car he allegedly stole in an attempt to escape another killing.
Willis McGahee, a student athlete who plays linebacker for Christopher Columbus High School, has a familiar name to many.
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled Sept. 26 to discuss whether it will hear a First Amendment challenge to a 2021 Florida law that placed restrictions on major social-media companies.
The number of people traveling to Florida during the second quarter of 2023 decreased compared to a year earlier, according to estimates released Wednesday by the state's tourism-marketing agency.
Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday said Walt Disney Parks and Resorts should drop a federal lawsuit that claims retaliation by the state and accept changes to a special district that long benefited the theme-park giant.
It's Back-To-School and that also means back to the lunch room, as breakfast and lunch are free to all Miami-Dade public school students again this year.
Months after access to a popular children's book about a male penguin couple hatching a chick was restricted at school libraries because of Florida's so-called Don't Say Gay law, a central Florida school district says it has reversed that decision.
There have been at least 11 documented attacks by the German shepherd against Secret Service staff going back nearly a year.
"The documents here clearly contain fraudulent valuations that defendants used in business," Judge Engoron wrote in his ruling, ordering Trump's New York business certificates canceled.
President Biden said the UAW "saved the auto industry back in 2008," and should reap the benefits of profits now.
House Republicans' efforts to pass four spending bills would not avert a government shutdown.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is taking time out from debating fellow 2024 Republican presidential contenders to take on a Democrat, California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Some less scrupulous individuals are out to make a quick buck at the expense of those who are experiencing hardship during natural disasters like Hurricane Idalia.
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried left a federal courtroom in handcuffs Friday when a judge revoked his bail after concluding that the fallen cryptocurrency wiz had repeatedly tried to influence witnesses against him.
Cold drinks are hotter than ever
U.S. officials approve first over-the-counter birth control pill, a move that will broaden access for women and teens, the Associated Press reports.
For many, it can be fun waiting for the next lightning deal or scooping up things you want at crazy sale prices. But for others, it's not fun at all.
September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month, and while those who have it often report being in pain, millions have the trait and don't even know it
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A grieving Broward County mother is working to garner support for sickle cell survivors who have grappled with an overlooked side of the disease.
The Biden administration is also pouring $600 million into more COVID tests manufacturing across the U.S.
The number of Florida residents who have died of COVID-19 since early 2020 is nearing 91,000.
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CBS News Miami's Jim DeFede interviews former Florida surgeon general Dr. Scott Rivkees for his opinion.
CBS News Miami's Jim DeFede talks with the next Speaker of the Florida House on a number of issues and policies.
Jim also interviews the presidents of the Broward and Miami-Dade teacher unions about educators' concerns
Jim's exclusive interview with Peter Licata and Jose Dotres
Guest: Christian Ziegler, Republican Party of Florida Chair
The Writers Guild of America released the details of their tentative agreement with Hollywood studios and have unanimously voted to end the nearly 150-day strike.
Through longer weekly episodes, "Survivor" will take a deeper dive into the players' stories as they're stranded on the stunning islands of Fiji.
David McCallum died Monday of natural causes.
Terms of the deal must still be ratified by the WGA's approximately 11,000 members.
Taylor Swift took advantage of an invitation from Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce to see Kansas City play the Chicago Bears at Arrowhead Stadium.