- Black Friday Shopping Shifting To OnlineSmaller crowds reported at stores and malls
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- Coronavirus Test Sites Re-Open To Smaller LinesEarlier in the week, wait times were two hours or more at major sites
- CAMACOL Food Basket Giveaway ChangesNo vouchers this year, there will be a drive-thru event at Marlins Park
- Salvation Army's Kettle Campaign Faces ChallengesPeople can now make donations using their phones
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Despite COVID Concerns, Black Friday Shoppers Hit The StoresIt's a Black Friday like we've never seen before.
COVID-19 In Florida: State Adds 17,344 New Cases, Miami-Dade Adds 3,752 CasesThe Florida Department of Health reports there are 17,344 new cases of COVID-19 statewide.
CAMACOL, Marlins To Host Holiday Food Basket Drive-Thru, No Vouchers NeededIt is a holiday tradition in Little Havana that starts with the voucher giveaway from the Latin American Chamber of Commerce during the first week of December.
Coronavirus Test Sites Re-Open To Smaller LinesCoronavirus test sites reopened Friday after nearly all were closed on Thanksgiving.
Salvation Army's Iconic Red Kettle Campaign Faces Challenges In PandemicFor more than a century, The Salvation Army's iconic red kettles that are out during the holiday season have helped families in need year-round.
New Sleep Disorder Affects ChildrenSleep is critical for children's physical and mental health, but many kids just aren't getting enough.
Body Found In Florida Field Believed To Missing Pregnant Teen From MassachusettsThe body of a missing 18-year-old from Massachusetts is believed to have been found in Fellsmere, just north of Vero Beach.
Santiago Potes, First Latino DACA Rhodes Scholar, Traces His Success To Sweetwater TeacherSantiago Potes, the first Latino DACA recipient to be awarded a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship, traces all his success back to Marina Esteva, the teacher he saw twice a week from second to fifth grade at Sweetwater Elementary School.
COVID Concerns Shifting Black Friday Shopping To Online This YearMore people plan to shop for Black Friday deals online this year, as the pandemic keeps many shoppers home and big box stores change their strategies.
Homestead Woman Missing, Police Need Help In Finding HerThe Homestead Police Department has asked for help in finding a missing woman.
Postal Service Recommends Mailing Packages Early This YearThose planning to mail holiday gifts to family and friends are advised to do so early.
Suspects Wanted In Thefts Of Over $500,000 Worth Of Construction EquipmentThe Palm Beach Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help to identify the suspects wanted for construction rental equipment thefts, totaling in excess of $500,000.
Arrest Made In Deadly Pompano Beach Hit-And-RunThe Broward Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest in a hit-and-run that left a Pompano Beach woman dead this past September.
Designers Transforming Plywood Used To Board Up Stores During Protests Into Works Of ArtDuring this summer's protests and looting, retailers in many major cities boarded up stores to protect their businesses. In these uncertain times, much of the plywood remains. Now, artists are transforming these blank canvases.
Thanksgiving Day Shopping A Totally Different Experience Due To COVID CrisisOn Thursday, hundreds of shoppers learned how different it is to holiday shop during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thanksgiving For Soldiers On Front Lines A Little Different This Year Because Of COVIDIt's Thanksgiving for U.S. service members overseas, but the mission doesn't take a holiday and neither do the troops.
He Did What? Florida Retiree Wrestles Puppy From Jaws Of AlligatorIn a dramatic encounter recorded by surveillance cameras, a Florida man chased an alligator underwater and rescued his 3-month-old puppy from the jaws of death.
Multiple Sightings Of Monster-Sized Alligators In FloridaNot one, but two huge alligators were spotted recently taking leisurely strolls in Florida and the videos are going viral.
Police: Florida Man Fatally Mauled By Wild DogsPolice say a pack of wild dogs fatally mauled a 65-year-old Panhandle man who was just out for a walk.
WEB EXTRA: Robots Help Out At A Senior Care Facility In GermanyA senior living facility in Germany has a team of robots to help the staff during the pandemic.
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President Trump Continues To Insist Election Was StolenNatalie Brand reports Trump said he will leave office is the Electoral College votes for President-elect Joe Biden.
Smaller Wait Times At Coronvirus Test Sites On FridayJoan Murray reports there's was virtually no line at Mills Pond Park in Fort Lauderdale around noon.
Masked Black Friday Shoppers Go Bargain HuntingBrooke Shafer reports the crowds were smaller than previous years.
WEB EXTRA: Holiday LightsA few neighborhoods on the West Coast are already feeling the holiday spirit.
WEB EXTRA: Masked SantasA store in Frankfurt, Germany is selling chocolate Santas with white chocolate face masks. Confectioner Jesco Mann added the masks to Santa after the success of his masked Easter bunnies in the spring.
WEB EXTRA: Iron Levels Linked To Sleep Disorder In ChildrenA new sleep disorder has been identified that is affecting children.
"The Young And The Restless" Marks MilestoneDaytimes number one drama will celebrate its 12,000th episode next week.
Postal Service Advises People To Mail Gifts EarlyPostal Service says December 14th to 21st will be the peak for shipping and delivery.
CBS4 Forecast For Friday 11/27CBS4 meteorologist Jennifer Correa says it will be mostly cloudy this morning with some sun in the afternoon along with passing showers.
32,000 Disney Employees To Be Laid OffDisney announced back in September that 28,000 employees would be cut.
Trending: Hidden WhiskeyA couple remodeling their home found more than 60 bottles of whiskey under the floorboards and in the walls. The hidden booze was from the prohibition era. Some of the bottles are worth a thousand bucks each.
Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign Faces Challenges During PandemicElise Preston reports the organization is updating its fundraising this year to help millions of Americans.
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Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa Questionable For Jets Game Due To Sore ThumbMiami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is questionable for Sunday's game at the New York Jets because of a sore thumb on his throwing hand.
Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 12: Tom Brady 'Bounces Back With A Big Performance'Tom Brady may have cost the Buccaneers a win in Week 11, a rarity over his storied career, but he should redeem himself this week.
Hard Work, Dedication Has Plantation Teen Dreaming Of Olympic GoldAt just 17 years old, Plantation native Aliyah Shipman is going to the Olympics through hard work and dedication with taekwondo gold on her mind. Something she didn’t imagine when she first stepped on to the mat.
Despite COVID Concerns, Avery Bradley Ready To Play For The HeatAvery Bradley still has serious concerns about the coronavirus, particularly because one of his children has struggled with respiratory illnesses.
Texans-Lions Preview: Deshaun Watson 'Playing As Well As He's Played Over The Course Of His Career,' Says NFL On CBS's Evan WashburnThe Texans and Lions are both stumbling through disappointing seasons so far. Does either have enough left to end the season with some momentum?
Bam Adebayo, Miami Heat Agree On Five-Year, $163 Million ExtensionBam Adebayo and the Miami Heat have agreed on a contract extension that will be worth at least $163 million over five seasons starting in 2021-22, the team and Adebayo's agent Alex Saratsis said Tuesday.
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.