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Tesla Driver Killed In Crash While Using Car's 'Autopilot'The first person to die in a U.S. crash involving a car in self-driving mode was the tech-savvy 40-year-old owner of a Tesla Model S.
NFL Star Stresses Fireworks Safety After Bad July 4th AccidentJason Pierre Paul’s life changed in a split second on July 4th, 2015 in Deerfield Beach.
School Counselor Found Not Guilty Of Molesting Coral Springs StudentAfter three days of testimony, a jury has found a man not guilty of sexually molesting three girls while he was a school counselor in Coral Springs.
"S.O.S. Please Help Me:" Cuban Migrants Allege Coast Guard MistreatmentAn "S.O.S." letter asking for help was seemingly thrown overboard by two dozen desperate Cuban migrants aboard a U.S. Coast Guard ship as they waited for a judge to decide their fate.
Algae Blooms Becoming Major Issue On Florida's Treasure CoastFlorida’s Treasure Coast is known for its beautiful beaches that resemble post cards.
FDA Asks For More Proof That Hand Sanitizers WorkFederal officials are asking for more proof that hand sanitizers work.
Watch: CBS4’s Look Inside Local Cutting Edge K9 Training FacilityCBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano takes you inside a local K9 training facility with some of the newest technology in the fight against terror.
Survey: Estimates Of Transgender Adults Doubled About 1.4 million adults in the U.S. identify as transgender, a team of experts reported Thursday.
Hoverboard Explodes Inside Weston HomeBroward Fire officials responded to reports of a hoverboard explosion inside a Weston home Thursday afternoon.
Rad Return: Crystal Pepsi Returns To Shelves For SummerPepsi is bringing back the 90s with the temporary release of Crystal Pepsi - an iconic beverage of the decade.
Officer On Orlando Massacre: "I've Questioned Myself" This month's horrific mass shooting at Pulse nightclub left a deep wound in the city of Orlando and many of those who saw the horror firsthand say they're still struggling with the emotional trauma.
'Big Ship Era' Soon To Dock In FloridaA vessel displaying a Marshall Islands flag --- loaded with electronics, clothes, recyclables, and other consumer items from Shanghai, Tokyo and Busan --- will make its way through the new locks of the Panama Canal over the Independence Day holiday.

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