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Miami Hurricanes fans disappointed with loss to KansasTrish Chistakis reports that many said they were proud of the team and looking forward to next season.

Tourists and businesses upset by Miami Beach curfewBobeth Yates reports that Mitch Novick, the owner of the Sherbrooke Hotel, was unhappy with the state of emergency that went into effect last Thursday and continued through the weekend due to cancellations and the lack of reservations resulting from the curfew.

Family of teen who died in Orlando ride hires lawyerInvestigators are trying to determine what led 14-year-old Tire Sampson to die in the free fall, described by its operators as the tallest free-standing drop tower in the world.

CBS4 forecast for Monday 03/28/2022CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be a mix of sun and cloud and won’t be as windy as the weekend.

Miami-Fire Rescue freed famous eaglet from fishing lineThe eaglet, nicknamed R2, had a fishing line wrapped around its legs, which prevented it from leaving the nest.

Oscars shocked by Will Smith slapping host Chris RockElise Preston reports that an altercation between Will Smith and Chris Rock stole the show after Smith took the stage and appeared to punch Rock after the comedian made a joke about Jada Smith.

Plantation police search for missing 13-year-oldGayden Russell was last seen on NW 18th Court on Sunday.

Another quiet morning as curfew ends on Miami BeachDeborah Sovereign reports that some business owners have called the curfew a disaster, citing a loss of income.

CBSMiami.com Weather 3/28/2022 6:00 AMA mix of sun and cloud, afternoon highs approach 80 degrees.

WEB SUPPLEMENT: Bottlenose dolphin doing well in the Florida Keys after rehabilitationThe orphaned male calf nicknamed Ranger was rescued in June 2021, after he was discovered stranded in the waters around Goose Island State Park in Texas suffering from an underlying respiratory infection and dehydration. Found near its deceased mother, the dolphin was taken to the Texas State Aquarium Wildlife Rescue Center for treatment.

Facing South Florida: 1 on 1 with State Senator Jennifer BradleyOn Sunday’s show, she responded to DeFede’s interview with State Rep. Danny Perez about the Surfside reform bill.

Facing South Florida: 1 vs 1 with Jared MoskowitzMoskowitz is now a candidate for the congressional seat that will be released later this year by Rep. Ted Deutch.

Curfew allows for a relatively quiet March Break weekend in Miami BeachCBS4’s Bobeth Yates spoke to visitors who said the curfew wasn’t much of an issue for them.

Suspected bank robber arrestedRobert Willis is expected to face a judge on Monday.

Vigil organized for the victims of the Mariupol theater attackCBS4’s Trish Christakis reports that Florida for Ukraine and St. Nicholas Ukrainian Orthodox Church also sold flags, shirts, bracelets and more to raise money for survivors.

President Biden concludes historic visit to NATO member PolandCBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette reports on the president’s powerful and unexpected words about Russian President Vladimir Putin.

CBSMiami.com Sunday Weather 3-27-22CBS4 meteorologist Jennifer Correa has your weather forecast for Sunday.

CBSMiami.com Weather @ your office 3-26-22 6PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren’s weather outlook for South Florida.

Cuban exile community gathers supplies for UkraineThe Cuban community in exile gathers medical supplies to help Ukraine.

President Biden addresses the Russian invasion of PolandPresident Biden addressed the Russian invasion of Ukraine during a speech in Poland on Saturday.

Funeral of man shot dead by policeAntwon Cooper’s funeral took place on Saturday. He was shot dead by the police.

BSO deputy injured while assisting FBI and Boca policeA Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy was injured Saturday following a bank robbery in Boca Raton.

Homicide under investigation in North MiamiNorth Miami Police detectives are investigating the death of a man who was found inside his vehicle early Saturday morning.

Ultra Music Festival attracts thousands of peopleCBS4 News Chopper footage showed thousands enjoying themselves during the second day of the Ultra Music Festival.

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