Local Leaders Say "One Bullet Kills The Party" On New Year's Eve
As South Florida prepares to ring in the new year, local leaders are once again pleading with area residents to put the guns down, especially at midnight.

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What Impact Would An Amazon HQ2 Have In South Florida?Luring Amazon’s second headquarters to South Florida would be a dream come true, but it might also be a nightmare when it comes to traffic and real estate prices.
Woman Who Ran Over Principal Going To JailA woman who police say was in a drunken stupor when she careened onto a baseball field and ran over a popular South Dade High principal is going to jail.
Mother Charged After Baby Dies From Severe BurnsA mother arrested and accused of failing to get help for her 1-year-old who later died has lost custody of her other children.
Blaze Breaks Out At Dade Townhome, Some Pets RescuedInvestigators are trying to find out what caused a blaze at a townhome in southwest Miami-Dade Thursday morning.
FPL Customers Off The Hook For FPL's Hurricane Irma Recovery CostsFlorida Power & Light will be able to avoid billing customers for the $1.3 billion cost of restoring electricity after Hurricane Irma thanks to savings from the federal tax overhaul.
Off-Duty Police Officer Shot Is Expected To RecoverCBS4's Marybel Rodriguez reports from the hospital where the officer is being treated with the latest update.

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CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-21-18 7PMCool, cloudy evening with possible showers. Temperatures in the upper 60s.
Blame Game Still Being Played As Government Shutdown ContinuesCBS Miami's Weijia Jiang reports on lawmakers back in the Capital working to negotiate a way to re-open the U.S. Government.
Wynwood Sees Large Turnout As Female Empowerment Marches Enter Second DayCBS Miami's Amber Diaz reports on day two of demonstrations in support of female empowerment, with this one taking place in South Florida.

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Mother Charged After Baby Dies From Severe BurnsIn family court Friday, Judge Emilios Dimitrius ordered Christina Hurt’s five remaining children placed in the custody of the Department of Children and Families
Police Chase Ends With Arrests In MiramarA police chase in Broward County ended in two arrests Friday evening.
Police Chase Ends In Bailout In MiramarA police chase ended in a bailout and arrest in Miramar Friday evening. Here's what we know.

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CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-21-18 7PMCool, cloudy evening with possible showers. Temperatures in the upper 60s.
Blame Game Still Being Played As Government Shutdown ContinuesCBS Miami's Weijia Jiang reports on lawmakers back in the Capital working to negotiate a way to re-open the U.S. Government.
Wynwood Sees Large Turnout As Female Empowerment Marches Enter Second DayCBS Miami's Amber Diaz reports on day two of demonstrations in support of female empowerment, with this one taking place in South Florida.

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