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'None Of Us Want To Cover This, But It's My Job': CBS4's Lauren Pastrana On Returning From Maternity Leave For Coronavirus CoverageThe CBS4 anchor discusses her decision to return to work after maternity leave in a first person piece.
Miami Coronavirus: Mayor Francis Suarez To Address City's Efforts To Combat CoronavirsMiami Mayor Francis Suarez will hold a virtual press conference on Tuesday to speak about the city's efforts to confront the COVID-19 crisis.
Some Whole Foods Workers To Stage Coronavirus "Sick Out"Some Whole Foods workers are planning a "sick out" strike on Tuesday to demand better conditions during the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus Drive-Thru Testing Gets Underway At Liberty City's Charles Hadley ParkA drive-thru coronavirus testing site is now open in Miami.
Coronavirus At-A-Glance 3-31-20New cases of the coronavirus are surfacing every day across the nation and around the world. Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 8:00 a.m. on March 31, 2020.
Coronavirus Ships: Boward Commission To Discuss Allowing Holland America's Ships To Dock At Port EvergladesBroward commissioners will meet Tuesday morning to discuss allowing two Holland America cruise ships, one which has many people on board who are sick or have died from the coronavirus, to dock at Port Everglades.
Miramar Resident Draws Parallel Between Zaandam Situation To That Of SS St. Louis During WWIICliff Kolber and his wife, who live in Miramar, set sail on the Zaandam on March 6 for a two-week cruise.
‘We Have An Invisible Enemy’: Doctors At High Risk To Catch Coronavirus On Frontline Of Stopping SpreadMedical professionals are not only working to save lives but also slow the spread of the coronavirus among others in hospitals.
Coronavirus Relief Package: How Much Money Will You Get, And When?The $2 trillion stimulus bill includes payments for most Americans. Here's how to figure out how much you'll receive.
'We Need Waaaaay More Of This': FedEx Worker Shares 'Thoughtful' Care Package For Delivery DriversFedEx workers are the usually ones leaving packages on our porches, so it came as a bit of a surprise when a driver found a box left for couriers on a front porch in Glendale, Arizona.
Coronavirus Cabin Fever Can Be Dangerous, Psychologist Warns: 'When We're Stressed & Feel Trapped, Conflict Likely To Increase'In times of crisis, people typically come together. But the COVID-19 pandemic is not a typical crisis and experts worry it poses a serious threat to mental health.
Miami Mayor To Address City's Efforts To Confront CoronavirusMiami Mayor Francis Suarez was released from a 17-day self-quarantine on Monday.
Coronavirus DriveThru Testing Site To Open In MiamiTesting at Charles Hadley Park will be for 65 and older, appointment only.
Some Whole Foods Works Plan "Sick Out" StrikeThey are demanding double pay for working through the outbreak.
US Coronavirus Deaths Passes 500 In A Single DayRylee Carlson reports governors across the country are still looking for more equipment and more people to help fight the outbreak.
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Broward Commission To Discuss Allowing Holland America Ships To DockJessica Vallejo reports Gov. DeSantis is against allowing them to dock. He wants medical personnel sent out to the ships.
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Reporter Update: Ted Scouten On Passengers Getting Sick On Caribbean PrincessTed Scouten reports the Caribbean Princess returned to Port Everglades early after nearly 350 passengers got a gastrointestinal illness.
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten Provides Update On Water Main Break Under Fort Lauderdale New RiverDivers continue to work Monday to fix a 16-inch water main pipe that burst over the weekend 33 feet under the New River.
Reporter Update: Ty Russell Outside Hard Rock Stadium Ahead Of Super Bowl 54Ty Russell reports the stadium is packed with fans, traffic is messy and security is tight.
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten On Fort Lauderdale Sewer Line BreakTed Scouten reports Fort Lauderdale crews are working to repair a break in a 42-inch sewage line at George English Park.
Reporter Update: Lisa Petrillo At Super Bowl Half Time Show Press ConferenceReporter Update: Lisa Petrillo is at the Hilton Miami Downtown for the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show Performers Jennifer Lopez and Shakira press conference.
Reporter Update: Lisa Petrillo On Hip Hop Artist Ludacris Donation To Local SchoolLisa Petrillo reports hip-hop artist and actor Ludacris teamed up with StubHub to reveal a donation of more than $75,000 in musical instruments to Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior High School.
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten on NORAD's Plans To Protect Skies Over Super Bowl 54On Super Bowl Sunday, the FAA is going to establish a temporary flight restriction or TFR over Hard Rock Stadium. It will be NORAD's job to enforce that TFR.
NCAA Approves Extra Year Of Eligibility For Spring Sports SeniorsThe NCAA has weighed in on the extra year of eligibility debate for seniors who had their careers cut short.
Coronavirus Has South Florida Athletes Posting Work Out Routines OnlineIt’s not just the average Joe posting workout videos all over social media.
'Hoping It Doesn't Cost Any Games': NFL Agents Preparing For Potential NFL Offseason Changes Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe NFL offseason hasn't experienced any schedule changes yet due to the coronavirus pandemic but they seem likely. What would an adjusted offseason look like.
Coronavirus Update: Florida Derby Will Run Saturday At Gulfstream Without Fans, Horse OwnersThe 69th running of the Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park will take place Saturday afternoon without fans and horse owners in attendance, but the City of Hallandale Beach wants it postponed. It says the track is not an essential business and should be closed.
Roman Reigns Pulls Out Of WrestleMania 36Roman Reigns, a leukemia survivor, will not face Goldberg in WrestleMania, now an early-April in-studio event because of coronavirus concerns.
'It Is Seismically Different': Frustrated NFL Agents Say Draft Process Upended By Coronavirus OutbreakThe NFL hasn't had the same hit to their schedule as other leagues due to the coronavirus pandemic. But, the draft process has been far from normal.
5 Delightful Doggies To Adopt Now In MiamiInterested in adopting a pet — or just gazing at some lovable pups up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing dogs up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Miami.
Industry Spotlight: Transportation Companies Hiring Big In MiamiMiami's transportation industry is experiencing strong job growth. Local employers posted 166 new jobs over the past week and 634 in the last month, ranking fourth among local industries, according to ZipRecruiter, a leading online employment marketplace.
Apartments For Rent In Miami: What Will $1,400 Get You?Curious just how far your dollar goes in Miami? We've rounded up the latest places for rent via rental sites Zumper and Apartment Guide to get a sense of what to expect when it comes to scoring affordable apartments in Miami if you've got a budget of up to $1,400/month.
Cheapest Apartments For Rent In Downtown, MiamiAccording to rental site Zumper, median rents for a one-bedroom in Downtown are hovering around $1,895, compared to a $1,850 one-bedroom median for Miami as a whole.
The 4 Best Fast Food Spots In MiamiCraving fast food? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top fast-food spots around Miami, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fulfill your urges.
Here Are Miami's Top 4 Cosmetics And Beauty Supply SpotsShopping for cosmetics and beauty supply items? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top cosmetics and beauty supply spots around Miami, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to venture next time you're in the market for cosmetics and beauty supply.