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.
Jury deliberates in Dayonte Resiles murder caseWednesday marked the first day of jury deliberations in the Dayonte Resiles murder case. He is on trial for the murder of Jill Halliburton Su.
Ukrainian President delivers speech to CongressUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke by video to the US Congress on Wednesday morning.
Former Miami police officer not facing charges in brutal arrest of pregnant womanNo action will be taken against a former Miami officer involved in the brutal arrest of a handcuffed pregnant woman.
The suspect in the shooters’ murder will go on trial on WednesdayAngel Candelaria, who worked at the Shooters restaurant nearly two years ago, is being held for the murder of an employee.
EXTRA WEB: The American Kennel Club’s Most Popular Dog Breeds of 2021The American Kennel Club has released its annual list of the most popular dog breeds based on registration data in 2021. Is your favorite on the list?
WEB SUPPLEMENT: Otters explore new habitat for the first time at Brookfield ZooCheck out these four-month-old baby otters exploring their habitat for the first time at Brookfield Zoo in Illinois. The zoo shared the video on Tuesday (3/15) and said Otto, Otis, Wishes, Hermione, Sachiko and Olivia are “still working on their swimming skills.”
WEB SUPPLEMENT: Damaged buildings and infrastructure in Okhtyrka, UkraineThe Ukrainian military released images showing what it says are damaged infrastructure and buildings, including a kindergarten and a power plant, in the town of Okhtyrka, Ukraine on Tuesday (3/15) . The area, target of recent Russian bombardments, also houses a military base.
EXTRA WEB: Preview of the Beyond The Edge seriesWould you dare to brave the dangerous jungle of Panama for a good cause? Nine celebrities are doing just that in Beyond the Edge, a new reality TV series that challenges stars to raise money for charity. The series airs Wednesday, March 16 at 9 p.m. on CBS4. Check out this behind-the-scenes look:
EXTRA WEB: Demonstration interrupts live broadcast of Russian state televisionThis is the moment an employee of a Russian state-owned TV channel interrupted a live broadcast. On Monday (03/14), the woman ran around the set holding a sign denouncing the war in Ukraine with phrases like “don’t believe the propaganda” and “Russians against the war.”
Surside resident elects new mayorShlomo Danzinger will replace outgoing mayor Charles Burkett.
WEB SUPPLEMENT: A helicopter places an antenna on the Eiffel TowerThe Eiffel Tower rose nearly 20 feet on Tuesday (3/15). Workers used a helicopter to attach a digital radio antenna to the top of the iconic structure.
Charges to be dropped against man accused of threatening to burn down his son’s schoolMark Polyakov allegedly threatened in a text to burn down the Scheck Hillel Community School because of his mask mandate.
Celebrities go head-to-head in new CBS reality series ‘Beyond The Edge’Don’t miss the “Beyond The Edge” series premiere Wednesday, March 16 at 9 p.m. right here on CBS, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+
Miami-Dade County Fair and Exposition ReturnsIt opens Thursday and ends April 10.
US Senate approves bill to make daylight saving time permanentNo word on whether the US House will take the bill.
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CBS4 forecast for Wednesday 03/16/2022CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez said today will be a mix of sun and cloud with another round of thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Captured: filming in the Tamarac parking lotDeborah Souverain reports that surveillance video shows an armed man opening fire on a man in the parking lot of a business in Tamarac.
Civilian panel closes investigation without action against ex-Miami cop charged with brutal arrestBrooke Shafter reports that since Miguel Hernandez resigned shortly before an Internal Affairs investigation revealed he used excessive force, the panel was unable to act.
Shooters Waterfront Worker killed by former employeeKeith Jones reports that the slain worker may have been shot because he was dating the shooter’s former girlfriend.
CBSMiami.com Weather 3/16/2022 6:00 AMA mix of sun and cloud with precipitation in the afternoon. Highs in the 80s.