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Activists Say Hundreds Of Cuban Protesters Have Been Arrested Since Anti-Regime Demonstrations Broke OutSome protesters ​were forcefully arrested as they chanted “Patria y Vida” or “Homeland and Life,” the song that has become the anthem of frustration with the communist state. ​
Broward County School Board Votes Unanimously To Make Mask Use Mandatory For Start Of School YearThe Broward County School Board voted unanimously Wednesday afternoon to make the use of masks mandatory for the start of the school year.
Teen's Death Investigation Continues After No Hazardous Materials Found In West Park HomeA teen's death investigation continues after no hazardous or harmful materials were found in a West Park home, where two first responders ended up being hospitalized.
Reports: Disney Parks & Resorts To Require Face Masks IndoorsSeveral reports have surfaced that Disney will require guests to wear face masks when indoors at its parks and resorts.
Rabbi Yosef Benita Cleared Of Inappropriately Touching Student At Private SchoolA teacher accused in April of inappropriately touching a student at a North Miami Beach school has been cleared of all charges.
Lobster Mini Season Gets Off To Tragic StartTwo men died, a third was severely injured on the first day of the state's lobster mini-season.
Firefighter Who Worked On Surfside Collapse Arrested For Domestic ViolenceIn a police report, 49-year-old Fernando Castano is accused of pointing a gun at his estranged wife.
Miami Beach Will Ask Voters To Make The Call About Last CallShould the sale of booze there stop at 2 a.m. or 5 a.m. across the city?
As Magic City Celebrates 125th Birthday, We Have Julia Tuttle 'The Mother Of Miami' To ThankMiami's 125th-year celebration is as much a recognition of all that is the Magic City, but also a celebration of Julia Tuttle's foresight that without a railroad early on Miami would have remained a frontier outpost nestled in the mangroves along Biscayne Bay.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Says Masks Now Required Indoors At All County-Owned BuildingsMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava gave an update Wednesday afternoon on the steps being taken to combat the surge in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.
Groups Step In To Help Surfside Collapse Survivors As They Look For New Places To LiveThe road ahead is a long one for the survivors of the Champlain Towers South collapse in Surfside.
McCormick Recalling 3 Seasonings Over Salmonella Contamination ConcernsThe seasonings include Perfect Pinch Italian, Culinary Italian and Frank's RedHot Buffalo Ranch.
With In-Flight Incidents On The Rise, Flight Attendants Learn Self-Defense In South FloridaFlight attendants are training to hit, elbow, and gouge simulated aggressive passengers with actual passengers getting more violent than ever.
Arrest Warrant Yields High-Caliber Weapons, Body Armor, Drugs In West ParkAn arrest warrant for a suspect involved in a recent aggravated assault with a firearm in Miami Beach led police to the seizure of nearly a dozen firearms, including rifles, ammunition, and body armor at a home in West Park.
Deadly Triple Shooting In Deerfield BeachA Broward sheriff's SWAT team rolled up and served a search warrant at a home where a triple shooting occurred early Wednesday morning.
Miami-Dade County Re-Opens Applications For Rent ReliefMiami-Dade County officials announced Wednesday that county residents who are behind on their rent due to COVID-19 can apply for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program to help pay rent and other housing costs.

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Activists: Hundreds Of Cuban Protesters Arrested Or Missing Since Anti-Regime Demonstrations StartedCBS4's Ted Scouten has more on what's happening in Cuba.
No Hazardous Materials Found In West Park Home During Investigation Into Teen's DeathCBS4's Austin Carter reports two first responders were also hospitalized.
Broward Students Will Be Required To Wear Masks To Start New School YearCBS4's Bobeth Yates reports on the fiery debate on the use of masks at the board's headquarters in Fort Lauderdale.
Lobster Mini Season Gets Off To Tragic StartTwo men died, a third was severely injured on the first day of the state's lobster mini-season.
According To Activists, More Than 500 Cuban Protester Are Still MissingCNN's Patrick Oppmann reports from Havana.
Firefighter Who Worked On Surfside Collapse Arrested For Domestic ViolenceIn a police report, 49-year-old Fernando Castano is accused of pointing a gun at his estranged wife.
Happy 125th Birthday, Miami!CBS4's Hank Tester shares Miami's history, which is like no other.
Rabbi Cleared Of Inappropriately Touching Student At Private SchoolRabbi Yosef Benita, who has been teaching for more than a decade, will be welcomed back to Lubavitch Educational Center this fall.
Voters Will Decide if City Commission Can Change Alcohol Last Call In Miami BeachIf it passes, commissioners could gain greater leeway to change the time of last call in the future.
Surfside Collapse Survivors Getting Help From Plenty Of Groups Stepping Up To The PlateCBS4's Brooke Shafer has the story.
Broward School Board Unanimously Agrees To Impose Mask MandateIt comes after the CDC updated its mask guidance to recommend fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors.
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McCormick Recalling 3 Seasonings Over Salmonella Contamination ConcernsThe seasonings include Perfect Pinch Italian, Culinary Italian and Frank's RedHot Buffalo Ranch.

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