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WEB SUPPLEMENT: Wind sculptures move on the beach in the NetherlandsAn artist in the Netherlands makes sculptures that can crawl and fly. Here is an overview of their action.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 3-4-22 noonMostly sunny, with highs near 82. Windy, with east winds around 16 mph, gusting up to 21 mph.
Carnival On The Mile returns to Miracle Mile this weekendCarnival on the Mile returns Saturday and Sunday with a weekend-long music and arts festival in the heart of Coral Gables.
48 Hour Preview: What Ally Kostial Didn’t KnowAlly Kostial was about to enter her final year at the University of Mississippi at Oxford when she was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds at a remote fishing camp 30 miles from campus. A search of the 21-year-old marketing major’s apartment would lead investigators to Ally’s Apple Watch, which would ultimately lead to the capture of her killer.
Sticker Shock at the pump as gas prices riseIf you need to fill up your gas tank for the weekend, expect a sticker shock at the pump. Gasoline prices soared overnight and haven’t been this high in almost 10 years.
According to the NTSB’s preliminary report, the helicopter “rocked violently and lost engine power” before crashing off Miami BeachA preliminary report from the NTSB reveals that the helicopter that crashed off Miami Beach began to shake violently and then lost engine power.
Lolita The Killer Whale is retired as Seaquarium ends its long-running showThe shows are over for Lolita the Killer Whale. She is retired and the Miami Seaquarim has ended her long-running show.
International condemnation after Russian forces take control of Europe’s largest nuclear power plantA shooting in the night in Ukraine caused a fire near the largest nuclear power plant in Europe. The fire is now out – and the Russian forces are in control. But there was swift international condemnation for attacking the factory in the first place. Natalie Brand has more details from the White House.
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Your CBS4 predictions for Friday 04/03/22Sunny, with highs near 82. Breezy, with east winds 7-16 mph, gusting up to 21 mph.
Taste of the City: Jatto in Whywood serves delicious Peruvian cuisine with a twistPopular chef Henry Hané has brought his talents to Wynwood where Chef Aleric Constantin prepares a taste of Peru with a delicious twist.
It’s National Unplugging DayGet Ready to Unplug: National Unplug Day runs from sundown to sundown Friday through Saturday.
Fort Lauderdale Police to Unveil Plans to Keep Community Safe During Spring BreakFort Lauderdale Police are preparing for Spring Break 2022 and today outline new rules and regulations to keep the community safe. CBS4’s Brooke Shafer has a preview.
Some relief for Ukrainians stranded in US after Biden administration offers temporary legal statusThe Department of Homeland Security will allow Ukrainians who are in the United States to remain in the country on a form of humanitarian assistance.
Police search for man who sexually assaulted 80-year-old womanMiami police are looking for a man who sexually assaulted an 80-year-old woman and remains at large.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 3-4-22 6AMWindy but sunny, with highs near 82. Windy, with easterly winds 6-16 mph, gusting up to 21 mph.
EXTRA WEB: Russian attack sparks fire at Europe’s largest nuclear power plantRussian forces attacked Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in Enerhodar, Ukraine, early Friday morning (4/3). A spokesman for the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant confirmed that the bombardment started a fire in one of the six reactors at the facility.
WEB EXTRA: Explosion and fire destroy apartment building in MarylandA home security camera captured the moment a two-alarm explosion and fire destroyed a building in Silver Spring, Maryland on Thursday (3/3). Montgomery County fire officials said at least 10 people were injured and some residents of the building remain missing.
WEB SUPPLEMENT: 12-year-old boy raises money to buy ballistic vests for police dogsThis 12-year-old boy has raised more than half a million dollars to buy bulletproof vests for police dogs. Check out Brady’s K9 fund.
WEB SUPPLEMENT: A dog rescued from a piece of ice floating on a riverFirst responders rescued this dog stuck on a piece of ice on the Detroit River in Wyandotte, Michigan. On February 28, the rescue team was able to pull the ice to shore, grab the labradoodle and use a ladder to get the dog to safety. Police said the dog had been checked by a veterinarian and was fine.
Not CBSMiami.com Weather 3-3-22 11:00 PMCBS4 weatherman Dave Warren has your Thursday night weather forecast.
Lolita will no longer be exhibited at the Miami SeaquariumThe move was hailed by PETA, which called it “the first step toward freeing Lolita.”
Florida Senate passes controversial 15-week abortion limit billSenators approved the measure (HB 5) in a 23-15 vote that was the culmination of hours of tense debate over two days.
Recognize it? Man wanted for sexual assault of 80-year-old womanCBS4’s Austin Carter has the latest details.