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Gov. Ron DeSantis Says Florida Will Help With Border ControlGov. Ron DeSantis said Wednesday that Florida law-enforcement officers will go to Texas and Arizona to help with border control, as Florida continues to challenge the Biden administration in federal court about immigration enforcement.
Sailings On Royal Caribbean's 'Odyssey Of The Seas' Postponed After Crew Members Test Positive For COVIDRoyal Caribbean has postponed the first four trips of its new cruise ship after eight crew members tested positive for COVID-19.
‘We Are Sick & Tired’: Community Activists March With Law Enforcement To Call For An End To Gun ViolenceElected officials, law enforcement and community activists continue to struggle with the question of what to do about the surge in violence. Several plans are in motion, but it's not enough.
Few Details In Fatal Shooting In LauderhillPolice are working a deadly shooting in Lauderhill.
Investigation Underway After Police-Involved Shooting In DavieDavie PD is on the scene of a police-involved shooting Wednesday evening.
Study: 3rd Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine Could Boost Organ Transplant Patients’ ProtectionA Johns Hopkins study finds organ transplant patients who receive a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine could boost their protection.
Florida Supreme Court Asked To Weigh Gun LawA coalition of local governments and Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried want the Florida Supreme Court to take up a dispute about a 2011 state law that threatens tough penalties if city and county officials approve gun-related regulations.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Pushes Through Pardons For Mask Mandate And COVID-19 ViolatorsWith Gov. Ron DeSantis saying lockdown restrictions and mask mandates meant to stop the spread of COVID-19 did more harm than good, the state clemency board on Wednesday pardoned all Floridians who were arrested or fined for violating local-government requirements about wearing masks or social distancing.
Couple Charged With Child Neglect After Child, 3, Found Wandering Alone At Seminole Hard RockA couple is facing child neglect charges after police say they let a three-year-old inside a hotel room for hours to go gamble.
Girl Scout Cookie Sales Crumble Amid COVID PandemicThe sale of Girl Scout cookies across South Florida and the rest of the nation crumbled as the organization faces 15 million unsold boxes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Area Of Low Pressure In Gulf Of Mexico Expected To Become Tropical DepressionIt’s been an area of low pressure spinning over the Bay of Campeche over the last few days, but soon it will be on the move.
LGBTQ Celebrates Pride Month, Fight For Equality Including Same-Sex AdoptionsDuring the month of June, the nation is honoring those who have fought, and those who continue to fight, for equality within the LGBTQ community.
Many States Ending $300 Federal Unemployment Benefits EarlyFederal unemployment benefits worth $300 per week are ending early in half the states. Is yours one of them?
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Seeing Increase In 'Summer Sickness'Summer is supposed to be the time of year when sickness subsides, but doctors at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital said this year, it’s the opposite.
House Speaker Pelosi Signs Pulse Memorial BillHouse speaker Nancy Pelosi has signed a bill designating Pulse as a national memorial.
Con Artists Capitalizing On Cryptocurrency CrazeMillions of investors have jumped into cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, and scam artists are trying to capitalize on all the buzz.


Gov. Ron DeSantis Says Florida Will Help With Border ControlDeSantis’ announcement during a news conference in Pensacola came after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey sent a letter last week to governors of the 48 other states requesting assistance in battling illegal immigration at the border with Mexico. Weather 6-16-21 11PMCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Wednesday night weather forecast.
COVID Cases On Odyssey Of The Seas Causes Royal Caribbean To Postpone SailingsCBS4's Bobeth Yates spoke with experts about how the cruise industry moves forward.
Tired Of Gun Violence, Community Activists March With Law Enforcement To Call For ChangeCBS4's Jessica Vallejo spoke with those who marched in the rain to drive home a point.
Few Details In Fatal Shooting In LauderhillA man was found dead in the 3700 block of 4 Street.
President Biden Heads Back To DC After Meeting With PutinCBS4's Natalie Brand reports from the White House.
FDLE Takes Over Investigation After Police-Involved Shooting In DavieCBS4's Keith Jones reports the suspect was taken to the hospital for surgery and is expected to recover. As for the officers, they've been placed on paid leave pending the investigation.
WEB EXTRA: VA Artist Crochets 'Yarn Bombs' To Support LGBTQ CommunityAn artist in Virginia is showing support for the LGBTQ community one stitch at a time. Check out her colorful art displayed on the streets of Norfolk, VA.
WEB EXTRA: President Biden On Discussing Cybersecurity With Russian President PutinPresident Biden said he discussed cybersecurity with Russian President Vladimir Putin during a meeting in Switzerland on Wednesday. President Biden said "certain critical infrastructure should be off limits to attack."
Dangerous & Record-Breaking Heat Wave Hitting Parts Of CountryCBS4's Dina Demetrius has the story.
Elected Officials, Law Enforcement & Community Activists March Against Gun ViolenceCBS4's Jessica Vallejo shares how Wednesday's rain didn't stop those tired of the shootings across South Florida from marching.
Setting Sail Again From American Ports Proving To Be Difficult For Cruise LinesCBS4's Bobeth Yates reports Royal Caribbean postponed sailings on its Odyssey of the Seas after crew members test positive for COVID.
Gov. DeSantis Pardons Plantation Gym Owners, Others Who Violated COVID Orders“This action is necessary so that we can recover, have a good transition to normal operations, and also just a recognition that a lot of this stuff was way, way overboard,” DeSantis said. Read more:
Couple Charged With Child Neglect After Child, 3, Found Wandering Alone At Seminole Hard RockTom Tan Nguyen and Tin Thi Ngoc Nguyen have been ordered to have no contact with the child while their case continues.