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Disney Laying Off An Additional 4,000 Workers As Company Struggles During COVID CrisisDisney is laying off 4,000 more workers as the company struggles during the pandemic.
Record Cyber Monday Sales Expected As Consumers Warned About Online Shopping PitfallsIt's Cyber Monday and retailers are expecting the largest day ever for online shopping sales.
Florida Approaching One Million COVID-19 CasesThe state of Florida is fast approaching one million COVID-19 cases.
Emaciated and Near Death, 3 Abandoned Dogs Found In Cutler Bay Home, 1 DeadA couple of dogs found emaciated and near death inside a Cutler Bay home are now being cared for by Miami-Dade Animal Services.
Florida Schools To Remain Open In Spring As DeSantis Calls Closures 'Biggest Public Health Blunder In Modern American History'Gov. Ron DeSantis doubled down on his opposition to school closures on Monday by announcing Florida’s public schools will continue in-person learning through the spring semester, and parents will be notified and encouraged to send their children to in-person instruction if the student is not performing well with virtual instruction. However, parents can opt-out, allowing their child to remain virtual.
Miami Weather: Coldest Air Since Early March On Its Way Into South FloridaGet ready for the first significant cold front of the season.
Opa-Locka PD Investigating Double Shooting At Body ShopOpa-locka police are investigating a Monday afternoon double shooting at a body shop.
'Bullish' & 'With Lack Of Empathy': Florida Ag. Commissioner Nikki Fried Blasts Gov. DeSantis For His Handling Of PandemicPublic school instruction will continue in-person and online this spring as coronavirus cases continue to increase across Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis said Monday as Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried blasts the governor for his handling of the pandemic.
COVID Crisis Impacts Florida’s Tourism Industry Which In Turn Hammers State’s Tax RevenueVisit Florida, the state’s tourism agency, reports the state is on pace for 88.5 million visitors, which is way down from the 131 million in 2019. With an almost 50% drop off in tourism, tax revenues have been hammered.
COVID-19 In Florida: State Reports 6,659 New Cases, More Than 2,700 Of Those Are In South FloridaThe Florida Department of Health reports there are 6,659 new cases of COVID-19 statewide and more than 2,700 of those are in Miami-Dade and Broward.
Dozens Of Skimmers Found At Florida Gas StationsA recent inspection of 1,148 pumps at 38 gas stations in Orange County turned up seven electronic "skimmers" used to steal credit-card or debit-card information, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services said.
2-Year-Old Girl Falls From 4th Floor Window, Palm Tree & Bushes Break Her FallA two-year-old girl is hospitalized in good condition after falling from a fourth floor window at a Miami apartment building.
Driver Dies After Slamming Into Overtown Apartment BuildingAn overnight accident left a driver dead after crashing into an apartment building in Overtown.
Florida 'Campus Carry' Issue Re-emerges For 2021 SessionA long-debated proposal that would allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to carry guns on Florida college and university campuses was filed Monday for consideration during the 2021 legislative session.
Florida Man Found Clinging To Capsized Boat Off Port CanaveralA Florida man who had been missing at sea was found alive on Sunday, clinging to his capsized boat about 86 miles off the east coast of Port Canaveral, Florida.
COVID In Florida: MIA Packed With Holiday Travelers Despite Pandemic WarningsNo matter where you looked, Miami International Airport was packed this weekend. 

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Disney Laying Off An Additional 4,000 Workers As Company Struggles During COVID CrisisThe company had already made plans to lay off 28,000 of its theme park workers back in September.
CBSMiami.com Weather 11-30-20 5PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday evening weather forecast.
President-Elect Joe Biden Announces New Members Of His AdministrationCBS4's Skyler Henry reports this comes as President Trump continues to dispute the validity of the election result.
3 Abandoned Dogs Found In Cutler Bay Home, 1 DeadA couple of dogs found emaciated and near death inside a Cutler Bay home are now being cared for by Miami-Dade Animal Services.
More Than 4M Americans Tested Positive For COVID In NovemberCBS4's Elise Preston reports on the latest developments across the nation.
Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber Responds To Gov. Ron DeSantis' Plan To Keep Florida Out Of Lockdown"I am very concerned that the governor is really not just in the wrong direction, but he's refusing to see it," he said.
Demand For COVID Testing Stays High After ThanksgivingCBS4's Joan Murray reports on the long lines at South Florida testing sites.
Miami Weather: Cold Front ComingThe coldest air since early March is on its way into South Florida Monday night as a cold front sweeps south through the state.
Opa-Locka PD Investigating Double Shooting At Auto Body ShopInvestigators have not released the names of the victims or conditions at this time.
WEB EXTRA: DeSantis On Schools: Students To Continue Having Choice of In-Person and Online ClassesPublic school instruction will continue in-person and online this spring as coronavirus cases continue to increase across Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis and Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran said Monday.
WEB EXTRA: Home Alone Themed AirbnbA man in Texas is bringing the movie "Home Alone" to life just in time for the holidays. Check out this limited-edition Airbnb.
Florida 'Campus Carry' Issue Re-Emerges For 2021 SessionA long-debated proposal that would allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to carry guns on Florida college and university campuses was filed Monday for consideration during the 2021 legislative session. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS4 Weather @ Your Desk - 11-30-20 NoonSome possible stormy weather Monday afternoon will be followed by a fall cold front that will drop temperatures across the state of Florida.
Presidential TransitionPresident-elect Joe Biden is announcing his economic team even as he recovers from an injury over the weekend. Starting today, the President-elect will receive the same daily intelligence briefings as President Donald Trump, who says no amount of time will make him accept the results of the election.

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Musicians On Golf Carts Series Brings Socially Distanced Entertainment To Lincoln RoadOn the first of every month, fellows from the renowned New World Symphony will add rhythm to Lincoln Road by performing from roaming golf carts, while observing social distancing.
Salvador Dalí Sculptures On Display In Miami BeachSalvador Dalí was a Spanish surrealist artist renowned for his technical skill along with his striking and bizarre images.
Adrienne Arsht Center To Reopen With Christmas Concert Following Strict COVID ProtocolsAward-winning singer-songwriter and South Florida's own Deborah Cox will be the first to take to the stage at the Adrienne Arsht Center since COVID-19 forced the facility to close.
Dale! Pitbull To Perform With Miami-Dade Fire Rescue First Responders At Latin Grammy Awards Honoring Frontline WorkersMiami-Dade Fire Rescue first responders will be joining 'Mr. 305,' Pitbull at the Latin GRAMMY Awards on Thursday evening for a special performance honoring front-line COVID-19 health professionals.
Where To Order Thanksgiving Takeout & Dinner Deliveries In South FloridaEating out on Thanksgiving may be a little tough this year so here's a list of some of the many restaurants and catering companies in South Florida taking Thanksgiving take out to a new level.
From Flamingos To A Stripper, PSA Competition Finds Creative Ways To Ask Miami To Mask UpHow do you convince Miami to mask-up? Five local filmmakers offered their best ideas through a new competition by Oolite Arts to help stop the spread of COVID-19.