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Miami-Dade Seeing COVID Rates 5 Times Higher Than Summer Delta SurgeOmicron has become the dominant variant across the country and in South Florida. The CDC says omicron was responsible for 99% of the new COVID cases in the last week.
Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick Sworn Into CongressSheila Cherfilus-McCormick was elected to fill the seat of late Democratic Florida U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings on Tuesday.
Cleveland Browns DT Malik McDowell Bonds Out After Being Arrested In South Florida On Public Exposure ChargeCleveland Browns' defensive tackle Malik McDowell is facing several charges after he reportedly exposed himself and assaulted a Broward Sheriff's deputy.
Feds Drop Appeal On Cruise Industry RestrictionsFederal government attorneys said Tuesday they are dropping an appeal in Florida’s battle against Centers for Disease Control and Prevention restrictions on the cruise-ship industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shortage Of Mental Health Professionals Making It Difficult For Parents To Book Appointments For Their KidsIf not an emergency, it could take anywhere from one to four months for a child to see a counselor, therapist or social worker, depending on what type of care they need.
FMU Construction Program Offers Students Chance To Build Success At Zero CostFor many, it will give them the keys to a wide range of jobs in construction.
Hate Ends Now: The Holocaust Cattle Car ExperienceIt’s not easy for 95-year-old Tibor Hollo to speak about the most agonizing time of his life when he was locked in a cattle car, ending up at Auschwitz, alone and just 15-years-old.
In Unusual Move, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Submits Redistricting MapFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis has submitted a proposal to reshape the state's congressional map.
Broward County State Attorney's Office To Investigate Alleged Corruption By Miami OfficialsThe Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle has recused herself and her office in the ongoing investigation into corruption claims made by former Mami Police Chief Art Acevedo.
Fla. State Sen. Ileana Garcia On Critical Race Theory: 'I Have Been Discriminated On All Fronts. Should We Take It Personally?'Gov. Ron DeSantis’ push to prohibit critical race theory from being taught in schools or used in employee training sessions began moving forward Tuesday in the Florida Senate, as outnumbered Democrats warned that the legislation would stifle educators and lead to frivolous lawsuits.
Miami-Dade School Board Narrows Down Search For New SuperintendentThe Miami-Dade School Board met Tuesday for hours to discuss efforts to replace outgoing superintendent Alberto Carvalho.
Giant Asteroid Safely Zooms By EarthA giant asteroid, two and half times taller than the Empire State building, zoomed by our planet on Tuesday.
Three New Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Sites Open In South FloridaFlorida opened five additional monoclonal antibody treatment sites on Tuesday, three of which are in South Florida.
Hearing Held Ahead Of The Start Of Dayonte Resiles’ Murder TrialLawyers were discussing several things Tuesday, including a motion to limit certain testimony.
Driver In Wilton Manors Hit-And-Run That Killed Two Children Pleaded Not GuiltyThe man charged in a deadly hit and run in Wilton Manors that claimed the lives of two children appeared virtually in court on Tuesday.
Search On For Man Who Shot Woman At The Landings In Pembroke PinesThere was a large police presence at The Landings after a shooting.

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Browns DT Malik McDowell Arrested For Public Exposure Near Deerfield Beach Learning CenterCBS4's Bobeth Yates was there as he bonded out of jail.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1-18-22 11PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Tuesday night weather forecast.
Scare At The Synagogue In Texas Has Local Houses Of Worship Increasing Security & Training For SituationsCBS4's Joel Waldman has the story.
50K To 300K COVID Deaths Projected Before Latest Surge WanesCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with Dr. Mary Jo Trepka, an infectious disease specialist at Florida International University.
Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick Sworn Into CongressCherfilus-McCormick won 79% of the vote in a special election for the 20th Congressional District.
Modelers Predict As Many As 300,000 More Americans Could Die By Time Omicron-Driven Surge SubsidesCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with Dr. Mary Jo Trepka, an infectious disease specialist at Florida International University.
CBSMiami.com Weather 1-18-22 5PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Tuesday evening weather forecast.
Hate Ends Now: The Holocaust Cattle Car ExperienceCBS4's Ted Scouten spoke with 95-year-old Holocaust survivor Tibor Hollo about the importance of the exhibit.
In Unusual Move, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Submits Redistricting MapThe move would carve up districts held by Black Democrats, as the Republican takes the unusual step of inserting himself into the redistricting process.
Broward County State Attorney's Office To Investigate Alleged Corruption By Miami OfficialsMiami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle has recused herself and her office in the ongoing investigation into corruption claims made by former Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo.
First-Of-Its-Kind Program Kicks Off At A Historically Black College In Miami GardensCBS4's Jacqueline Quynh has more on the new trade program at Florida Memorial University.
Hurricanes Host Tar Heels Tuesday NightCBS4's Jim Berry previews the ACC showdown.
State Senate Committee Approves Bill Banning Critical Race TheoryThis past Sunday, on Facing South Florida, CBS4's Jim DeFede asked Republican State Senator Ileana Garcia about why she supports the bill.
Superintendent Search: Miami-Dade School Board Narrows Down ListCBS4's Austin Carter reports the list of candidates is down to three ahead of a future meeting that will involve public input.

Entertainment

Grammy Awards Rescheduled For April 3 in Las Vegas On CBSThe 64th annual Grammy Awards will now be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on April 3, the Recording Academy has announced.
Betty White Challenge Encourages $5 Donations For Local Animal Shelters In Honor Of Late Comedian’s 100th BirthdayLate actress Betty White is trending online for a cause that was very near and dear to her heart.
Jimmy Buffett Looks At 50 Years After His 1st Key West GigA profane phone call and Jimmy Buffett’s inability to keep his daily planner organized 50 years ago in Miami set in motion events that changed the music world.
Taste Of The Town: Flyfuel Food Co. Serving Fresh And Healthy Food To Fuel Your DayFlyfuel Food Co. in Aventura is a fast, casual eatery featuring creative twists on healthy foods.  Flyfuel, which was formerly Raw Republic, a vegan only restaurant, features a full menu of nutritious salads, açai creations, smoothies and ingredient driven bowls.
Miami Jewish Film Festival, Following COVID Protocols, Kicks Off With 140 Films, Including "iMordecai” Starring Judd HirschThe 25th Annual Miami Jewish Film Festival, the largest Jewish film festival in the world is back and following COVID protocols.
Haitian-American Model Saje Nicole Makes History In Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, Creates Online Fitness ProgramSaje Nicole is a Haitian American model who grew up in Fort Lauderdale and she’s breaking barriers in the modeling industry as a black, curve model who, last July made her mark as the first Haitian woman to be in Sports Illustrated’s yearly swimsuit edition. CBS4’S Lisa Petrillo met up with this rising star on the beach recently. “It’s huge. I never thought that line would be in front of my name,” Nicole said. “I asked has there ever been any other Haitian model in Sports Illustrated ? They checked and said no, you’re the first.”  Saje Nicole grew up admiring the modeling careers of superstars like Tyra Banks , Naomi Campbell and Heidi Klum.  But at 5’8”  and size 10-12, she didn’t fit the mold of what most models look like. “With my build, my body type, my height, everything is very different than the norm. Most models are like 5’10”,”511”. They are a size 0 or size 2 . I’m a curved model with a shaved head,” she explained. “Everything is so different, and I think that’s why it works. It’s been an interesting ride just seeing how many brands are trying to him praise the diversity in campaigns.” Nicole is also an entrepreneur.  She launched her own online wellness and fitness called The Bluprnt.( www.bluprnt.com)  It’s exploding. “The bluprnt is not just exercises. It’s mindset training. How to properly love your body, what’s your ideal shape.  I’m really excited about it,” she said.