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Florida Hospitals Continue Seeing Surge In COVID-19 PatientsThe number of people hospitalized in Florida because of COVID-19 continued at a record pace Monday, according to the Florida Hospital Association.
UM, Nova Employees Face Vaccination RequirementsTwo private universities in South Florida are requiring all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as the fall semester is set to begin this month.
Elderly Dogs Abandoned In Pembroke Pines Get New Leash On LifeA heart-warming and happy ending to a disturbing story you saw first on 4 about two dogs abandoned in Pembroke Pines, caught on doorbell video.
'Parents Need To Realize Children Are At Risk Of Serious COVID-19': Parents' COVID-19 Questions Answered By FIU's Dr. Mary Jo TrepkaThe increasing number of COVID-19 cases caused by the Delta variant is causing growing concern for children who are not yet eligible for a vaccine. So should you get your child vaccinated? Here's the advice from FIU's Dr. Mary Jo Trepka
COVID-19 Testing Sites In South FloridaNot feeling well? COVID-19 cases are on the rise and lines at testing centers are getting long again. Here's a list of testing sites in South Florida.
COVID-19 Vaccination Sites In South FloridaWith the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in Florida, here is a list of locations where you can get the vaccine in South Florida.
'A Mask is Going To Reduce Your Child's Risk Of Significant Disease': Message To Parents On Masks In Schools From FIU's Dr. Aileen MartyFIU Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Aileen Marty has a message to parents about sending their students to school with or without a mask.
Only In Florida: Iguana Found Thrashing Around Toilet In Hollywood HomeHere’s something sure to make you feel a little uncomfortable. Imagine you go to sit down on in the most popular seat in the house and there’s an iguana thrashing around right underneath you.
Zoo Miami Mourns Loss Of Gizmo The Meerkat, Apparent Victim Of Tunnel CollapseZoo Miami is mourning the loss of one of its meerkats who may have died in a tunnel collapse in his habitat.
Battery Charges Filed Against 5 Miami Beach Officers Following Rough ArrestFive Miami Beach police officers have been charged with first degree battery for allegedly using excessive force during arrests at a Miami Beach hotel.
COVID In Florida: Demand For Testing At An All-Time High As Delta Variant SurgesAs COVID infections soar in South Florida, demand for testing is at an all-time high.
Dolphin TE Mike Gesicki, Others, Go On COVID-19 Reserve ListMike Gesicki and two other Miami Dolphins tight ends went on the NFL's COVID-19 reserve list but that's not everyone involved with the team.
As Federal Eviction Moratorium Ends, BSO Gives Insight Into Eviction ProcessAs COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to reach unsettling records in Florida, the federal eviction moratorium which was created to keep folks in their homes during the pandemic has expired.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried Looks to Update Water RulesAgriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, who is running to be the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, began a series of appearances Monday to highlight water-related problems including algae blooms and a spike in manatee deaths.
Proposal Calls For $25 Million For Parkland School Shooting Victims, FamiliesFlorida lawmakers next year are expected to consider a proposal that would clear the way for the Broward County School Board to pay $25 million in compensation in the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that killed 17 people.
It's Time For National Night Out: The Largest Annual Crime Prevention and Safety Event In The CountryNational Night Out celebrations return to South Florida on Monday night.

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WEB EXTRA: Biden Says U.S. Has Reached 70% Of Adults Vaccinated With At Least One DosePresident Joe Biden said the U.S. has reached its goal of 70% of adults getting at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. On August 2, the president tweeted: “If you haven’t already, get vaccinated. Let’s defeat this virus once and for all.”
WEB EXTRA: Lakes Turn Pink in ArgentinaMove over blue-green algae. These lakes in Argentina have turned pink, drone video from late July shows. Local media reports the color is from fish farming companies dumping industrial fluid into a nearby lagoon. An environmental control official told AFP the color “does not cause damage.”
WEB EXTRA: Tree Suffers Fiery Split After Being Struck By LightningThis pine tree in California's San Bernardino Mountains was struck by lightning, causing a fiery split down the middle on July 31.
WEB EXTRA: Loved Ones Unite At Heathrow AirportLoved ones got to hug and hold each other for the first time in more than a year after quarantine restrictions were lifted in Britain on Monday. Take a look at the emotional reunions in London's Heathrow Airport.
WEB EXTRA: Utah Couple Brings People Together With Puzzle ExchangeA Utah couple found a way to bring people together through their love of puzzles.
WEB EXTRA: Fires In Turkey Turn Sky OrangeThe sky in Bodrum, Turkey turned bright orange and filled with smoke from fires burning in the popular tourist area on Sunday (8/1). Firefighters are working to contain the blaze.
WEB EXTRA: Twin Pandas Born at France ZooHuan Huan the panda gave birth to twin cubs at a zoo in France on Monday. The zoo says the baby pandas are doing well.
Parents Need To Work Hard To Protect Young Children From COVID-19, Says FIU Infectious Disease SpecialistMary Jo Trepka, Infectious Diseases Expert from FIU talks to CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez and Lauren Pastrana about protecting kids from COVID-19 and whether kids over 12 should get vaccinated.
The State of COVID-19 In Miami-DadeJust like Broward County, lines are long for COVID-19 testing but practically non-existent for vaccinations as cases surge and hospitalizations rise.
COVID In Broward: Long Lines For Testing, Short Lines For Vaccine, Don't Bode Well For Surge Of CasesDespite a surge in COVID-19 cases, the lines are long for testing but short for vaccinations.
Iguana Found Thrashing Around Toilet In Hollywood HomeHere’s something sure to make you feel a little uncomfortable. Imagine you go to sit down on in the most popular seat in the house and there’s an iguana thrashing around right underneath you.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 8-2-21 6pmA 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 4am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 79. South wind 5 to 8 mph.
Zoo Miami Mourns Loss Of Gizmo The MeerkatZoo Miami is mourning the loss of one of its meerkats who may have died in a tunnel collapse in his habitat.
WEB EXTRA: Surveillance Video Of Rough Arrests That Led To Criminal Charges Filed Against 5 Miami Beach OfficersFive Miami Beach police officers have been charged with first degree battery for allegedly using excessive force during arrests at a Miami Beach hotel. The rough arrests were caught on surveillance video which was released Monday by the State Attorney's Office.

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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.
Taste Of The Town: Healthy Dishes With Plenty Of Flavor Served At Carrot ExpressThe Miami-based health-conscious restaurant chain, Carrot Express, is always busy at its ten locations. The healthy, but fast casual restaurant, was founded in 1993 by Mario Laufer.