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Neptune Peterson: Winner of the Silver KnightNeptune Peterson is dedicated to educating others about issues facing the trans community. Neptune is a recipient of the Silver Knight Award for English and Literature.

Inter Miami CF helps clean beaches, reveals New JerseyInter Miami CF said it was stepping in to help clean up beaches and unveiled a new jersey made from recycled plastic.

CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 5-28-22 12PMAustin Carter’s CBS4 News weather forecast for South Florida.

CBSMiami.com weather 5-27-22 23:00CBS4 weatherman Dave Warren has your Friday night weather forecast.

Florida law enforcement officials reassure parents of potential threat from school shooterCBS4’s Trish Christakes reports how two Florida sheriffs are speaking out, letting parents know that in Polk County and Volusia, their departments will act immediately to arrest any shooter before they approach students.

Death of child pulled from Homestead pond under investigationPolice are investigating the death of a child whose body was found in a Homestead holding pond on Friday evening.

Officials fear large crowds will leave the mess after Memorial Day weekendCBS4’s Bobeth Yates talks about how Memorial Day weekend is upon us and with thousands expected to flock to South Florida, many fear the large crowds will leave a big mess behind.

Break for a Cause: Florida Children’s TheaterLauren Formica of Florida Children’s Theater talks about the organization.

How the police should have acted during the Robb Elementary School shootingCBS4’s Jason Allen reports the latest on the Robb Elementary school shooting response time.

Opa-locka Hialeah Flea Market Vendors: ‘We Must Go Like Dogs’The Opa-locka Hialeah Flea Market will be a thing of the past at the end of June, which has upset some vendors as they were just warned last week.

South Florida Housing Trends: Real Estate Inventory Shrunk, Prices SoaredThe inventory of available homes has dwindled and this has made it difficult for buyers in South Florida.

Hyundai Air and Sea Show Files Over Miami Beach This WeekendThe Hyundai Air And Sea Show returns on Miami Beach Memorial Day weekend.

Large crowds expected in Miami BeachCBS4’s Ashley Dyer reports from Miami Beach ahead of Memorial Day weekend.

Police will be out in force in Miami Beach to keep the Memorial Day holiday safeThousands of people descend on Miami Beach to celebrate Memorial Day. Business owners expect the holiday weekend to be a huge source of income, while police say they are working full throttle to keep everyone safe.

Taste Of The Town: Ball and Chain serving Cuban classics with a side of salsa music for 8 decadesCBS4’s Lisa Petrillo reports on Ball And Chain, a classic Cuban restaurant and lounge serving Cuban classics and salsa music.

Man accused of setting fire to his wife and hitting her with his carJerry Sanders Jr has been accused of attempting to kill his wife when he allegedly set her on fire and hit her with his car.

Brush fire in southwest Miami-Dade 90% containedThe bushfire in southwest Miami-Dade is 90% contained, officials say.

Hialeah shooting investigationOne person was hospitalized after being shot in Hialeah on Friday morning, officials said.

CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 5-27-22 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren’s weather outlook for South Florida.

2 Hospitalized As Van Ends Up In Pond In Southwest Miami-DadeThere were some scary moments for a driver and a passenger after their blue Toyota van spun out of control and plunged into a pond in southwest Miami-Dade on Friday morning.

WEB SUPPLEMENT: Robb Elementary Friday MemorialThe memorial outside Robb Elementary School continues to grow as people lay flowers, stuffed animals and candles for the victims of the shooting in Uvalde, Texas.

AAA will activate free “Tow To Go” program for Memorial Day weekendAAA has activated its “Tow To Go” program for Memorial Day weekend this week.

Boaters urge caution this holiday weekendIf you’re heading out on the water on a boat or personal watercraft this weekend, you are urged to exercise caution.

Authorities urge residents to prepare for hurricane seasonFederal, state and local officials met with U.S. Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Shultz to discuss how officials are preparing for the hurricane season which begins June 1.

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