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COVID Pandemic Takes Toll On CaregiversAbout 70% of caregivers reported having at least one adverse mental-health condition during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Rapper Pooh Shiesty, Now Facing Federal Charges, To Remain Locked UpLontrell Williams, also known as rapper Pooh Shiesty, will remain in jail for now.
Monroe Co. Has New Re-Entry Stickers In Case Of CheckpointsAfter Hurricane Irma and during the height of the pandemic, Monroe County closed the Florida Keys to visitors and set up checkpoints that only allowed residents and business owners to enter.
University Of Miami Study: Male Reproduction Not Affected By Pfizer, Moderna COVID VaccinesMale reproduction is not affected by either the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, according to a study published Thursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
Gov. DeSantis Hosts Roundtable On State's Effort To Combat Red TidesJoined by scientists and researchers, Governor Ron DeSantis held a roundtable discussion of the state's effort to combat red tide at the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute in St. Petersburg.
Carnival Discloses Personal Data Breach Of Guests, Employees & CrewCarnival Cruise Lines has disclosed a data breach that took place back in March.
Cycling Boom Sparked During Pandemic Has People Spinning Their Wheels Trying To Find OneIf you're looking to buy a bike this summer, you may be out of luck. A cycling boom sparked during the pandemic continues. Manufacturers are struggling to supply products as more people are eager to enjoy the outdoors.
SpaceX Successfully Launches Upgraded GPS SatelliteBuilt by Lockheed Martin, the upgraded GPS satellite is some of the most sophisticated spacecraft ever built.
Grab The Bug Spray: Rainy Season Is Mosquito Season And The Blood Suckers Are BackGrab the bug spray, South Florida’s rainy season is here and that means mosquito season is here too.
'The ACA Is Here To Stay': Florida Lawmakers React To Supreme Court Decision Saving ObamacareFlorida Democrats are happy with the Supreme Court decision that saved the Affordable Care Act from another Republican challenge.
Investigation Underway After Shooting In SweetwaterOne person has been arrested and another hospitalized following a shooting in Sweetwater Thursday afternoon.
Tropical Storm Warning Issued For Northern Gulf Coast Ahead Of Potential Tropical Depression ThreeA Tropical Storm Warning has now been issued for the northern Gulf Coast due to a disturbance in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico that could become our next Tropical Depression or Storm
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You Get Another Relief Payment?With an uneven recovery continuing, many Americans are wondering if the Biden administration will be handing out a fourth stimulus check.
Summer Solstice And Longest Day Of The Year Is This WeekendThe dog days of summer are upon us as the Summer Solstice happens this Sunday the same day as Father's Day. The summer solstice marks the official start of the summer season.
'It's Five O'Clock Somewhere': Nearly 2.5 Million Floridians Admit To Day Drinking During PandemicFourteen percent of Floridians have admitted to drinking alcohol before midday since the beginning of the pandemic.
Second Florida Pot Initiative Goes Up In SmokeFor the second time in two months, the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at allowing people to use recreational marijuana.

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Monroe County Has New Re-Entry Stickers In Case Of CheckpointsThe new system is barcoded with color-coded stickers for zone-by-zone reentry.
Rapper Pooh Shiesty Will Remain In Jail For NowLontrell Williams was arrested for an incident at a South Florida gentleman's club where he is accused of shooting a security guard.
Gov. DeSantis Hosts Roundtable On State's Effort To Combat Red Tides"We have made strategic investments in red tide research, mitigation, and communication efforts, but we cannot take our foot off the gas. My administration will continue to press forward to find solutions to the complex issues surrounding red tide,” said DeSantis.
University Of Miami Study: Male Reproduction Not Affected By Pfizer, Moderna COVID VaccinesForty-five men, ages 18 to 50 years old, took part in the study which took place from January until the end of April.
Carnival Discloses Personal Data BreachSome of what was accessed was “personal information relating to some guests, employees and crew for Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and medical operations.”
94-Year-Old Opal Lee's Lifelong Fight To Make Juneteenth A Federal Holiday Finally A RealityAs Erin Jones reports, Lee is known as the grandmother of Juneteenth.
If You're Looking For A Bike This Summer, You May Be Out Of LuckManufacturers are struggling to supply products as more people are eager to enjoy the outdoors.
Inter Miami Returning To Action After A Couple Of Weeks OffCBS4's Mike Cugno reports the Herons aren't off to the start they were hoping for.
Dolphins Minicamp Ends Without Star Xavien HowardCBS4's Mike Cugno reports team was in Miami Gardens checking out the new training facility next to Hard Rock Stadium.
SpaceX Successfully Launches Upgraded GPS SatelliteBuilt by Lockheed Martin, the upgraded GPS satellite is some of the most sophisticated spacecraft ever built.
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President Biden Signs Bill Making Juneteenth A Federal HolidayCBS4's Skyler Henry has more from DC.
Miami-Dade County Mosquito Control Officials Already Seeing An Increase In CallsCBS4's Peter D'Oench shares what you need to know this mosquito season.
Investigation Underway After Shooting In SweetwaterOne man is in custody while another was hospitalized.