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- Officers Pitch In To Help Those They ServeFort Lauderdale Black Police Officers Association delivered meals to those in need
- ‘I Want To Be Safe’South Florida residents are visiting COVID testing sites ahead of Thanksgiving
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COVID Forces Camillus House To Change How It Handles Annual Thanksgiving Day Feast For Shelter’s Clients, Area HomelessIn years past, the Camillus House annual Thanksgiving Day feast for the shelter’s clients and area homeless had all the trimmings of a block party.
President-Elect Biden Nominates Alejandro Mayorkas, A Cuban-American, To Lead Dept. Of Homeland SecurityPresident-Elect Joe Biden has picked Alejandro Mayorkas, a Cuban-American, to lead the Department of Homeland Security.
Miami Police Officer Shot, Killed Alleged Intruder At West Miami-Dade HomeA Miami police officer shot and killed an alleged intruder at a home in southwest Miami-Dade home.
COVID-19 In Florida: State Adds 8,555 New Cases, Miami-Dade Adds 1,654The Florida Department of Health reports there are 8,555 new cases of COVID-19 statewide. 1.654 of those are in Miami-Dade and 891 in Broward.
Fort Lauderdale Black Police Officers Association Pitches In To Help Those They ServeMembers of the Fort Lauderdale Black Police Officers Association are hard at work, looking out for the growing need of the people they serve.
‘I Want To Be Safe’: COVID Testing A Priority For South Florida Residents Getting Ready For ThanksgivingThe COVID testing line at Hard Rock Stadium eased somewhat Tuesday morning after a surge on Monday.
COVID In Miami-Dade: Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Says Rise In Cases Could ‘Risk Setting Our Economy Backwards’On Tuesday, mayors and health officials across South Florida gathered for a meeting to discuss possible options and methods to curb the spread of COVID-19 ahead of the holidays.
Dow Jones Tops 30,000 For First Time Ever As Biden Transition Points To More Stable FutureThe Dow Jones crossed the 30,000 threshold for the first time ever Tuesday, fueled by news that suggests a more stable economy in the near future.
Teenage Girl Shot In Deerfield BeachA teenage girl was rushed to the hospital Tuesday afternoon after shooting herself.
Over 1,000 Children Have Developed Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome After Contracting COVIDWhile some cases of the coronavirus tend to be mild for children, more than 1,000 children have developed multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C). It's a rare but serious complication that can occur after COVID-19 infection.
Medicaid Surge Means Major Workload For StateFlorida has seen a spike in Medicaid enrollment since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and the agency responsible for enrolling and disenrolling people in the health-care program is swamped.
Analysts Point To Tourism Uptick Next YearFlorida’s vital tourism industry could start to experience an uptick midway through 2021, although foreign travel will continue to lag for several years, according to information posted online Tuesday by state analysts.
FHP On The Lookout Over Thanksgiving Holiday PeriodThe Florida Highway Patrol has an increased presence on interstates and major highways this week, focusing on speeders, seat belt violations and those who are impaired by drugs or alcohol.
COVID Pandemic Has Created Urgent Need For Thanksgiving Help In South FloridaFrom Cooper City to Overtown, South Florida is stepping up to help those in need this Thanksgiving with a number of food distributions.
How Will COVID Affect Black Friday Sales? Stores 'Significantly Scaling Back,' Says ExpertBlack Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, will look a little different in 2020, as COVID cases spike across the country.
State's Supreme Court Rejects Aventura Red Light Camera CaseThe Florida Supreme Court has refused to take up a case about whether a South Florida city’s red-light camera program violates state traffic laws.
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.
BSO Fire Rescue Holds Demonstration To Remind Residents Of Dangers Associated With Deep Frying TurkeyWith Thanksgiving just a couple of days way, BSO held a demonstration on the dangers of improperly deep frying a turkey.
Camillus House Forced To Change How It Handles Annual Thanksgiving Day Feast Because Of COVIDCBS4's Hank Tester has more on the changes.
Alejandro Mayorkas, A Cuban-American, Nominated To Lead Dept. Of Homeland SecurityCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports he would be the first Latino-American and immigrant nominated as secretary of the department.
Despite CDC Warnings To Not Travel, Local Airports Seeing Record Numbers Of Passengers Since Pandemic StartedFor those continuing with travel plans, the advice is to wear a mask properly, social distance and take precautions when you get where you’re going.
Airline To Require Customers To Have COVID Vaccine To FlyCBS4's Tina Kraus has more on Qantas' move.
Surgeon General Issues Bleak Warning As COVID Hospitalization SurgeCBS4's Nancy Chen shares the latest developments from across the United States.
President-Elect Joe Biden Formally Introduces Several Members Of His Incoming AdministrationCBS4's Natalie Brand reports from D.C.
Miami Police Officer Kills Alleged Intruder At His West Miami-Dade HomeCBS4's Peter D'Oench shares the latest details of the case.
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Fort Lauderdale Black Police Officers Association Helps Those In NeedCBS4's Ted Scouten has more on the good deeds from the organization.
COVID Testing Lines Eased Up At Hard Rock Stadium On TuesdayCBS4's Joan Murray reports some people were there to get tested ahead of Thanksgiving celebrations.
WEB EXTRA: White House Turkey PardoningPresident Trump granted an official pardon to this year's Thanksgiving turkey, named “Corn”, at a Rose Garden ceremony on Tuesday (11/24). Both "Corn" and runner-up "Cob" will retire to Iowa State University.
WEB EXTRA: GRAMMY NominationsThe nominations for the 63rd GRAMMY Awards were announced on Tuesday. Take a look at who's hosting and some of the top nominees. The winners will announced on CBS4 on January 31, 2021.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Fears Rise In COVID Cases Could ‘Risk Setting Our Economy Backwards’CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports on the meeting held by local leaders to discuss possible options and methods to curb the spread of COVID-19 ahead of the holidays.
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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.
Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 12: Derek Carr Looking Sharp For RaidersThe veteran Raiders quarterback put up solid numbers against the Chiefs and faces favorable matchups in the coming weeks.
NFL Makes History With All-Black Officiating Crew For MNFAn all-Black officiating crew worked an NFL game for the first time in league history when the Los Angeles Rams faced the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night.
Dolphins' Tagovailoa Will Try To Bounce Back From BenchingThe masked man standing idly on the sideline in the final minutes of the Miami Dolphins' first loss since early October no longer looked so much like a surefire franchise quarterback.
Dolphins QB TuaTagovailoa Benched In 1st Pro Loss, Move Isn't PermanentThe pain from getting pulled in the fourth quarter of Miami’s first loss in seven weeks might sting awhile, but Tua Tagovailoa’s benching won’t last.
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.