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Police Increase Reward To $10,000 In Shooting Of Three Teens On Brownsville Street; Victim’s Uncle Speaks OutThe Miami-Dade Police Department announced they have increased the reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for the shooting of three teens in Brownsville.
This Year's CAMACOL Food Basket Giveaway Will Be A Drive-Thru Event With No Vouchers NeededThe Latin American Chamber of Commerce's annual Noche Buena holiday food basket drive is set to kick off. However, due to the COVID pandemic, the event may be a little different.
Gloria Estefan Reveals She Was Infected With COVIDGloria Estefan revealed on Tuesday night she was infected with COVID.
Hundreds Wait In Line For Hours For Free $250 Publix Gift Card In MiamiHundreds of people braved cold temperatures Tuesday morning and got in line early for a chance at a free grocery gift card in Miami.
Mobile FastLabs Provides Quick COVID-19 Results, At A PriceIt is a COVID-19 testing lab on wheels and the promise is you can make an appointment and get your results fast.
Florida Surpasses 1 Million COVID Cases After Reporting 8,847 Additional CasesFlorida has surpassed one million COVID-19 cases after reporting 8,847 new cases and 82 additional deaths.
Miami Doctor Comes Up With CAGEMASK, A COVID-19 Mask For Athletes Required To Wear HelmetsA South Florida doctor has come up with a design for a shield said to be effective against the spread of the coronavirus for athletes required to wear helmets to play sports.
COVID Pandemic Has Costume Makers In Crisis Right Now: ‘We're Bleeding Money’While some industries have found ways to work during the pandemic, on Broadway, the curtains are still down.
As COVID Cases Rise In Florida, Some Educators Disagree With Governor DeSantis' Decision To Keep Schools OpenAs coronavirus cases in Florida keep rising, some South Florida educators are voicing their disagreement with Governor Ron DeSantis' decision to keep public schools open.
Feeling Charitable On 'Giving Tuesday'? Make Sure You Are Giving To A Real CharityIt's 'Giving Tuesday' and Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is asking residents to take extra precautions when it comes to making donations.
World AIDS Day Reminds Us About The Other PandemicTuesday, December 1st is World AIDS Day and while the world focuses on COVID-19, the AIDS pandemic cannot and should not be forgotten.
Regulators Approve FPL Pilot Program On Electric-Vehicle Charging, Plan To Help Small BusinessesState regulators Tuesday approved a Florida Power & Light pilot program aimed at adding electric-vehicle charging stations, while also signing off on an FPL plan that will offer help with electric bills to some small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chilly Start To December With Even Colder Temperatures Coming Tuesday NightA chilly kick-off to December as temperatures dipped into the 50s and 60s in South Florida this Tuesday morning.
Florida Faces Lawsuit Over Medicaid RecordsTwo advocacy groups on Tuesday filed a lawsuit in Leon County circuit court asking that a judge require the state to make available records that show how final decisions are made in Florida’s multibillion-dollar Medicaid program
Stimulus Package Update: Lawmakers Unveil Bipartisan COVID Relief PlanCentrist Democrats and Republicans announced a $908 billion plan to address COVID relief that would help state and local governments, small businesses and individuals.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Wants Feds To Ok Jobless Aid, Ease Travel LimitsFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis wants Congress to approve more unemployment relief and for the federal government to ease coronavirus travel restrictions from Europe and Brazil.

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CBSMiami.com Weather 12-1-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Tuesday night weather forecast.
MDPD Increases Reward For Info On Brownsville Triple Shooting Involving 3 Teen VictimsCBS4's Ty Russell shares what one of the victim's uncles had to say.
From Handing Out Publix Gift Cards To CAMACOL's Food Basket Giveaway, COVID Has Neighbors Helping NeighborsCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on the COVID hardships across South Florida.
Gloria Estefan Reveals She Was Infected With COVIDShe has since tested negative twice.
Panel Of Experts Assembled By CDC Has Decided Who Will Receive COVID Vaccine FirstCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports health care workers and nursing home residents will be the first.
Q&A Session With Madeline Pumariega, Miami Dade College's First Female PresidentPumariega is an MDC alum and former president of MDC's Wolfson Campus.
CAMACOL Food Basket Giveaway Will Be A Drive-Thru Event This YearThere will be no voucher giveaway this year. Instead, gift baskets will be given to needy families on a first-come, first-served basis.
COVID-19 Testing Lab On Wheels Promising Quick Results For A PriceCBS4's Hank Tester shares the details of the service by FastLabs.
Miami Doctor Comes Up With COVID-19 Mask For Athletes Required To Wear HelmetsCBS4's Lisa Petrillo shares the details of the CAGEMASK.
Costume Makers In Crisis Due To COVID PandemicCBS4's Michael George reports on the struggles for those who bring your favorite Broadway characters to life.
'Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer' To Air On CBS4Catch the Christmas classic at 8 p.m.
'Giving Tuesday' Needed More Than Ever Amid COVID CrisisCBS4's Elise Preston reports on the tax exemptions you can take advantage of.
It's World AIDS Day, A Time To Remember Those Lost To HIV & AIDSCBS4's Ted Scouten spoke with Marc Paige, who has been living with HIV for decades.
Miami Heat Return To Town For Start Of Training CampCBS4's Jim Berry also reports on the team's new "ViceVersa" uniforms.

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