Program Created by South Miami Police Chief Addresses Mental Health Officer – CBS Miami


Living Large: 1000 Museum has a penthouse with South Florida’s only helipadKnown for its dramatically curved exoskeleton, the 1000 Museum, located at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami, was designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid. Weather 5-19-22 23:00CBS4 weatherman Dave Warren has your Thursday night weather forecast.

Program Created by South Miami Police Chief is for Mental Health OfficerCBS4’s Karli Barnett spoke with chef Rene Landa, who said mental health isn’t talked about enough in the profession.

Glades Middle School accused of having a romantic relationship with a former studentCBS4’s Joel Waldman reports that Sean David Loret de Mola, 37, was released from prison late Thursday night.

Mental Health Day of Action: South Miami Police Chief creates program to keep officers mentally fit for tough workCBS4’s Karli Barnett spoke with Chief Rene Landa of her department’s “Struggle Well” program. Weather 5-19-22 6PMCBS4 weatherman Dave Warren has your Thursday night weather forecast.

Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Takes Time to Honor First Responders During Surfside Building CollapseCBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez reports that healthcare heroes who have faced the COVID pandemic over the past two years have also been honored.

Governor Ron DeSantis signs bill targeting fentanyl and meth dealersDeSantis signed the bill (HB 95) in a ceremony at Polk County Fire Rescue Station 23 in Lakeland. The event focused on fentanyl, a very potent synthetic opioid that is often mixed with other drugs.

Art Deco Affordable Housing in Little HavanaIt’s a classic Art Deco building built in the 1930s and even though it’s not on South Beach, it looks like it belongs there. Today, this building provides affordable housing for residents of Little Havana.

Miami-Dade residents living near Sharp NW 87 Terrace Curve say the county isn’t doing enough to limit accidentsCBS4’s Ashley Dyer sat down with Ronda Maxwell, whose property has been crushed countless times.

Fire Marshal’s report sheds new light on attempted arrest that left 3 deputies and a suspect with burnsIt concludes, in part, “The most likely cause of the fire was an electric shock from deputies deploying a department-issued Taser device.”

Fentanyl a cause for concern as South Florida graduation season beginsThere is an alarming increase in the number of fentanyl patients and there are fears that the situation will worsen as children celebrate graduation.

Middel School teacher accused of trying to establish relationship with studentA Glades Middle School teacher has been arrested after police say he was romantically involved with a former student.

MindFULL Me helps teens manage stress and anxietyCBS4’s Joan Murray reports that students meet every two weeks for 90 minutes and are guided through stress-relieving activities like yoga and deep breathing.

Hollywood PD uses special stickers to stop catalytic converter theftsCBS4’s Ted Scouten reports that the stickers leave an ID number on the catalytic converters.

Meet the pair of fans making a major impact at the Florida Panther GamesCBS4’s Steve Goldstein met Muscle Boy and The Woo Guy.

Former BSO deputy Jorge Sobrino testifies in inmate beating trialSobrino is accused of assaulting the inmate inside North Broward Medical Center in 2019.

Possible road rage shooting in northwest Miami leaves man hospitalizedCBS4’s Ashley Dyer spoke with Scott Hidnert, who identified the shot person as David Beasley.

Unexpected visitor found in Florida swimming poolA nearly 11-foot alligator has been pulled from a swimming pool in Punta Gorda. Weather @ your office 5-19-22 12PMAustin Carter’s CBS4 News weather forecast for South Florida.

Latest information on mass shooting in BuffaloThe suspect accused of shooting and killing 10 people in a Buffalo supermarket has appeared in court.

Miami-Dade Commission Meeting Addresses Development IssuesThe Miami-Dade Commission takes on a development request, which Mayor Daniella Levine Cava opposes.

Possible road rage shooting under investigationPolice are investigating a possible road rage shooting in northwest Miami.

Miami proud: ‘Amigos For Kids’ provides nurturing after-school care forMarybel Rodriguez says they started over thirty years ago in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood and provide after-school care and other services to working families that aim to stop child abuse before it does happen.


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