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With Topic To Be Discussed At Special Meeting, Broward School Board Chair Says She’ll Vote Again In Favor Of Mandatory MasksThe Broward School Board says they will be bringing up the topic of masks again at a meeting next Tuesday.
‘This Is About Freedom’: Republican Leaders Gather At Versailles For Another Cuba RallyIt’s been more than three weeks since Cubans took the streets of the troubled island, demanding the end of 62 years of communism.
‘2 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back’: South Florida Businesses Feeling Effects Of COVID ResurgenceMany are still feeling the original effects of the pandemic. And for some, that includes a worker shortage.
Biden Administration Working On Plan Requiring Foreign Travelers To Show Proof Of COVID VaccineThere's no timeline yet for when the requirement would take effect.
2-Month-Old Jameelah Penascino FoundBoca Raton PD tweeted Wednesday night that Jameelah and Mariah Penascino have been located.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Blasts President Joe Biden For Singling Out Florida Over Coronavirus"This is a guy who ran for president saying he was going to, quote, ‘Shut down the virus.’ And what has he done? He's imported more virus from around the world by having a wide open southern border."
Broward County Public Schools To Hold Special Meeting Tuesday Regarding Mask MandateThe Broward School District is awaiting further guidance before making a decision about masks.
‘You're Not Gonna Mask Your Way Out Of This Pandemic’: Sen. Marco Rubio Disagrees With CDC’s Updated Guidelines
Suspect In Miami Beach Samurai Sword Murder Appears Before JudgeNicholas Gibson was ordered held without bond on a charge of first-degree murder.
'Starting A New Life Elsewhere' Driving Many To Seek Out Citizenship Outside USConcern about the future of the country, preservation of family values, wealth, and ease of travel has led many Americans, especially the young and well off, to consider seeking dual citizenship as a Plan B.
With Record Number Of Deaths, Addressing Florida Manatee Woes Could Take TimeWinter will come before water-quality issues can be fully addressed to help threatened manatees, which have already experienced a record number of deaths this year in Florida waters.
'No One Is Safe Until Everyone Is Safe': Leaders Of South Florida Universities Discuss COVID-19 CrisisMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava met with the presidents of several South Florida universities and colleges on Wednesday to discuss the summer surge of COVID-19 cases ahead of the start of the fall semester.
Family Of Parkland Victim Joaquin Oliver Celebrating Son With 21-Hour 'Guac-a-Thon'The family of a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student is remembering their loved one, who would have celebrated his 21st birthday Wednesday.
Demand For Testing Explodes As Long Lines Continue At COVID Testing Sites Throughout South FloridaThe lines are long at COVID testing sites across South Florida for yet another day.
Flight Delays, Cancelations Frustrating Passengers At South Florida AirportsPassengers are frustrated with canceled and delayed flights at Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport.
Memorial Health Care System Suspends Elective Procedures Because Of Surging COVID CasesGovernor Ron DeSantis held a virtual meeting Wednesday with several CEOs of the major hospital groups across the state to talk about the spike in cases and in hospitalizations.

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CBSMiami.com Wednesday Night Weather 8-4-21CBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Wednesday night weather forecast.
Republican Leaders Speak At Cuban Freedom Rally Outside VersaillesCBS4's Jessica Vallejo shares their message.
Climbing COVID Cases Doing No Favors For South Florida Businesses Struggling To Find WorkersCBS4's Joel Waldman has the story.
Biden Administration Working On Plan Requiring Foreign Travelers To Show Proof Of COVID VaccineThere's no timeline yet for when the requirement would take effect.
Broward School Board Chair Says She Voted For Mandatory Masks And Would Do So AgainCBS4's Karli Barnett reports the Broward School Board is going to revisit the topic following the governor’s latest executive order that would withhold funds from districts that implement a mask mandate.
Republican Leaders Gather At Versailles For Another Rally In Support Of CubaMiami PD says 35 and 36 Avenue and 36 Court between SW 7 and 8 Streets are closed.
South Florida Mom Happy To Get Her Kids Vaccinated Ahead Of New School YearCBS4's Karli Barnett spoke with Danielle Chin, who was initially hesitant to get the COVID vaccine.
CBSMiami.com Weather 8-4-21 6PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Wednesday evening weather forecast.
Sen. Rubio Disagrees With CDC’s Recommendation That Everyone Wear Masks In Public Indoor Spaces Regardless Of Vaccination StatusThe senator said the majority of those in the hospital and testing positive are not vaccinated, which is why he is urging everyone to get the shot.
A Fully FDA Approved COVID Vaccine Could Get Us A Step Closer To One For Young ChildrenCBS4's Lauren Pastrana has the details.
Many Driven To Seek Out Citizenship Outside USConcern about the future of the country, preservation of family values, wealth, and ease of travel has led many Americans, especially the young and well off, to consider seeking dual citizenship as a Plan B.
Fins QB Tua Tagovailoa Focusing On Deep Throws This CampCBS4's Mike Cugno reports DeVante Parker was a welcomed addition to padded practice for the Dolphins and Tagovailoa.
With Only About Half Of Total US Population Fully Vaccinated, More Local Officials Bringing Back Mask MandatesBut as CBS4’s Natalie Brand reports, some are also facing stiff opposition from their own state governments.
Leaders Of South Florida Universities Discuss COVID-19 CrisisCBS4's Brooke Shafer shares the details.

Entertainment

Restauranteur Matt Kush Hugs Hialeah One Treasured Trinket At A TimeWalk around any of one of Matt Kush’s six restaurants, two bars, and an ice cream parlor and you will get more than an eyeful before you even taste a thing.
Taste Of The Town: YOT Bar & Kitchen Offers Stepped Up American Dishes With The Emphasis On Fresh SeafoodWith million dollar mega yachts and large boats as a backdrop, YOT Bar & Kitchen at The Lauderdale Marine Center is a sea lover's dream come true.
2 Performances Of ‘In The Heights’ At Arsht Center Canceled After Cast Members Catch COVIDThe remaining performances of "In The Heights" at the Adrienne Arsht Center have been postponed after several cast members tested positive for COVID-19.
Miami-Dade Mayor Urges 'Safe Behavior' At Rolling Loud Music FestSouth Florida's annual and massive hip-hop music festival Rolling Loud continued Saturday and Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava had a message for event-goers.
Rolling Loud Music Fest In Miami Gardens Kicks OffThis weekend’s Rolling Loud hip-hop music festival got underway Friday afternoon, despite a giant video screen collapse a day earlier.
Theater, Arts, And Museums Helping To Restart South Florida's EconomyTheaters and museums have been and continue to be on the forefront of the resurging Florida economy. Museums are already pulling crowds and theaters are ramping up programing as patrons are feeling more comfortable with visiting public locations, despite the recent rise in COVID cases.