Major Loss For Those Investing In Crypto-CurrencyManuel Bojorquez reports on Friday it lost about $200 billion in value.

Rallies Nationwide In Support Of Abortion RightsWendy Gillette reports more than 380 events are planned across the country today in support of abortion rights following the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that could overturn Roe v. Wade.

CBSMiami.com Weather 5/14/2022 10AMPartly cloudy this morning with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing in the afternoon. Highs in the mid to upper 80s.

Saving The ManateesCBS4’s Bobeth Yates reports on how the declining rate of manatees has been impacted since 2021.

CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 5-13-22 11PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren’s weather outlook for South Florida.

Rabbi: Jewish Law Provides Room For Debate To Protect Life In The Womb And The Mother’s HealthCBS4’s Joe Gorchow reports on how the Jewish discussion on abortion does not center around pro-life or pro-choice.

Family Of Slain NW Teen Cairi McNear Calls For End To Gun ViolenceCBS4’s Ashley Dyer reports on how the family and friends of 17-year-old Cairi McNear gathered together at Hadley Park in Northwest Miami-Dade to remember him on Friday night.

WEB EXTRA: Fishermen Mistakenly Reel In 400 Pound Stingray In CambodiaThese fishermen got quite a shock when they mistakenly reeled in a 400-pound stingray while fishing in the Mekong River in Cambodia. The stingray had swallowed a smaller fish that had already taken the bait.

Total Lunar Eclipse Will Bring Super Flower Blood Moon To South Florida On May 15CBS4’s Jennifer Corea reports on the total lunar eclipse that is set to come this weekend.

Pause For A Cause: Miami Diaper BankGabriela Rojas, executive director of Miami Diaper Bank talks about her nonprofit organization.

Endangered Zoo Miami Tree Kangaroo Receives Wellness Check-UpAn endangered Zoo Miami tree kangaroo received its wellness check-up Friday.

NICU Nurse Laney Duskin Treats Her Tiny Patients Like FamilyCBS4’s Kendis Gibson reports on NICU nurse Laney Duskin and how her passion for her job is on display every time she is with her patients.

First War Crime Case Opened With Russian Soldier On Trial Accused Of Killing Unarmed Ukrainian CivilianCBS4’s Skyler Henry reports on the latest details in the Russian/Ukrainian war.

CBS4’s Jim DeFede Interviews Charlie CristFormer Florida Governor Charlie Crist sat down with CBS4’s Jim DeFede about the possible reversal of Roe V. Wade.

Leftover Formula 1 Food Benefits Miami Rescue MissionLeftover food from Formula 1 race ends up feeding Miami Rescue Mission.

Florida Gas Prices Set Another Record HighA spokesman for the American Automobile Association says gasoline prices have reached record-high levels in Florida and is offering some money-saving tips for consumers.

Miami Dolphins Partner With Charity Organizations To Feed Homeless Veterans & FamiliesFriday, the Miami Dolphins and several charity organizations teamed up to feed homeless veterans and their families.

Broward Health Patient Whose Life Got Turned Upside Down After Stroke Wants You To Know Warning SignsMay is stroke awareness month and one local hospital wants to make sure you know the warning signs to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Second Person Charged After Dozens Of Balloons Were Popped, Littered Biscayne BayA second person has been charged after dozens of balloons were popped onboard a large yacht docked within the Bayshore Landing marina.

Fourth Prison Guard Extradited To Miami In Connection With Inmate DeathA fourth prison guard was extradited to Miami in connection to the death of inmate

CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 5-13-22 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren’s weather outlook for South Florida.

Baby Formula Shortage IntensifiesParents struggling to find baby formula Across nation and South Florida.

Strangers Honored After Coming Together To Save A Life In Boynton BeachGood Samaritans who saved a woman’s life in Boynton Beach on May 5th were honored Friday by police and city officials.

Police Shoot, Kill ‘Violent, Erratic Suspect’ On Campus Of West Palm Beach SchoolPolice shot and killed a person they called a “Violent erratic suspect” on the campus of a school in West Palm Beach.

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