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Missing Homestead Man Jose Gutierrez FoundThe Homestead Police Department has found a 71-year-old man who was reported missing on Thursday.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz Loses Bid To Lead House Appropriations CommitteeU.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz has lost her bid to head one of the most important committees in Congress.
‘I Love Him More Than Myself’: 71-Year-Old Homeless Man Heartbroken After His Service Dog 'Skyp Dim' Is StolenA 71-year-old homeless man says he’s heartbroken and driven to tears after his beloved companion, a 5-year-old Chihuahua mix, was cruelly stolen from him.
Mario Ariza: Gov. Ron DeSantis ‘Ordered Public Health Officials Not To Discuss The COVID-19 Virus With The Public’In the midst of this pandemic, a SunSentinel investigation found that Gov. Ron DeSantis and his administration had been misleading the public about the crisis from the beginning.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Delivers Sober Warning As COVID Hospitalizations ClimbHospital numbers continue to climb in Miami-Dade, and that has the county mayor ringing the alarm bells.
Miami PD Alarmed By Child Abuse Case Where 4-Year-Old Boy Needed Surgery After 3rd-Degree Burns To HandThe Miami Police Department is alarmed by a new case revealing a “long period” of abuse of a 4-year-old boy. The judge in the case also had some strong words in court.
South Florida Charities ‘Not Getting As Much Funding As They Need’ As Result Of COVID CrisisMany Americans are feeling the financial strain due to the coronavirus pandemic. And local charities are also stretched thin trying to help all the people in need in South Florida.
Homestead PD Asking For Help Locating 71-Year-Old Jose GutierrezThe Homestead Police Department is asking for the public’s help locating 71-year-old Jose Gutierrez.
COVID Disinfecting With Germicidal Lamps Can Be 'Very Toxic' And May Damage EyesAs people look to prevent COVD-19 by disinfecting the world around them, doctors warn one method may be harmful to your eyes.
West Miami City Hall Closed Until Dec. 14 After 7 Employees Test Positive For COVIDWest Miami City Hall is closed until Dec. 14 after several employees tested positive for COVID.
COVID In Florida: 10,870 New Daily Cases And 100 Additional DeathsFlorida reports 10,870 newly added cases of COVID-19, the highest single-day increase since July, and another 100 deaths.
CBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano Brings His Kalimba Playing Talent To Hobie BeachCBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano is once again taking his creativity and musical talents to a new level with an original composition playing a Kalimba, also known as a thumb piano, among other instruments.
SEE IT: Arsonists Caught On Video Setting Porch, Cars On Fire In Miami GardensA home surveillance camera captured a pair of arsonists setting the front porch of a Miami Gardens home ablaze along with two cars.
Food Giveaways, Gift-Card Distributions Become Lifelines For South Florida's Less Fortunate During Coronavirus PandemicAs federal and state aid runs out and Congress continues its stalemate on a stimulus package, food giveaways, and gift-card distributions are becoming true lifelines for the unemployed and less fortunate in South Florida.
As COVID Testing Surge Continues Across South Florida, Anticipation Builds For Vaccine ArrivalAt coronavirus test sites across South Florida, long lines form and drivers wait for hours.
Volunteer At 'Tiger King' Carole Baskin's Florida Big Cat Rescue Has Arm 'Nearly Torn Off'Paramedics were called to Tampa's Big Cat Rescue, owned by Carol Baskin of Tiger King fame, Thursday morning after staff member was bitten by an animal.

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