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83-Year-Old Former Cuban Political Prisoner Fighting To Keep Her HomeMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava has intervened to delay the eviction of Ana Rodriguez, which was scheduled to take place on Wednesday.
Miami-Dade Employees Must Show Proof Of COVID Vaccination Or Test Weekly Starting Aug. 16Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced Thursday afternoon that all county employees must show proof of COVID vaccination or submit to weekly testing starting August 16.
Filmmakers Create Public Service Announcement Videos To Save Biscayne BayFive local filmmakers are lending their unique artist perspectives on saving Biscayne Bay in a public service announcement contest appropriately titled “Save the Bay.”
‘We Should Keep Masks In Place’: Teenage COVID Patient Speaking Out Amid Huge Increase In Pediatric PatientsA teenager with COVID, who is in the intensive care, is speaking out as another hospital is seeing a huge increase in pediatric cases.
Getting A Good Deal On New, Used Cars In South Florida UnlikelyThe pent-up demand for new and used cars continues and the prices certainly reflect a seller's market.
Florida Gators To Spend Training Camp In Hotel To Combat COVID-19Gators will spend at least part of its training camp in a hotel as coach Dan Mullen searches for ways to avoid another COVID-19 outbreak within the program.
2 Accused In Killing Of FIU Student Michael Zaldua Appear In Bond CourtThe two men charged in connection with the shooting death of a Florida International University student faced a judge Thursday.
Large Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Response To Northeast Miami-Dade House FireMore than 15 Miami-Dade fire rescue units responded to a house near near Aventura.
Governor Ron DeSantis Refuses To Back Down On MasksOnce again, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is not backing down on masks. He said parents should decide what happens with their children in school, but that's something the US secretary of Education says is not putting students first.
Caught On Video: Man, Woman Sought By Miami Police, Accused Of Stealing VanThe Miami Police Department is hoping you will be able to recognize a man and a woman they say stole a van in the middle of the day.
Tourist Accused Of Biting Part Of Man's Ear Off During Altercation At Keys' HotelA Port St. Lucie man is facing serious charges after being accused of biting part of a man’s ear off during an altercation at a Stock Island hotel.
Tracking The Tropics: Watching Two Tropical Waves, One Expected To StrengthenThe first, substantial tropical wave of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season has emerged from Africa and is forecast to move west through the weekend. 
Vaccination Event At FTX Arena Provides Shot At Winning Major Concert Tickets, Heat GearIf you haven’t received a COVID-19 vaccination yet, you can get one Thursday and possibly win tickets to upcoming Miami Heat games and concert tickets.
BSO: Man Sought For Exposing Himself To Female Drivers In ParklandThe Broward Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in identifying a man police say was touching himself while in his car at a Parkland intersection.
Will There Be A National Vaccine Mandate?Vaccination mandates are now being implemented, but short of a national vaccine mandate, how effective can they be?
Judge: Preserving Evidence Is Key To Surfside Condo CollapseDon't lose the evidence. That's the key to understanding what caused the Surfside condo collapse and to protect the legal rights of victims and others, a judge said Wednesday.

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83-Year-Old Former Cuban Political Prisoner Fighting To Keep Her HomeMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava has intervened to delay the eviction of Ana Rodriguez, which was scheduled to take place on Wednesday.
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Teenage COVID Patient Speaking Out Amid Huge Increase In Pediatric PatientsCBS4's Peter D'Oench shares 17-year-old David Espino's message.
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Pent-Up Demand For New & Used Cars Continues With Prices Certainly Reflecting A Seller's MarketCBS4's Hank Tester reports prices are high not just here, but across the nation.
Large Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Response To Northeast Miami-Dade House FireThe residents of the home were able to get out of the safely and nobody was hurt.
2 Accused In Killing Of FIU Student Michael Zaldua Appear In Bond CourtKeondre Fields and Donterio Fowler appeared in bond court charged with first-degree murder, stemming from a 2016 incident where FIU honor student Michael Zaldua was shot and killed at an off-campus garage.
Senate Could Vote As Soon As Thursday Night To End Debate On The Trillion Dollar Bipartisan Infrastructure BillCBS4's Natalie Brand has more from Capitol Hill.
Caught On Video: Man, Woman Sought By Miami Police, Accused Of Stealing VanThe incident took place on March 14, in the vicinity of N.W. 25 Avenue and 23 Street, and was caught on video.