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Mother's Day Flowers May Be Hard To Come By This Year Due To Global PandemicWorld-renowned floral artist Deborah de la Flor and her team are poetry in motion arranging textures and colors, filling orders non-stop for Mother's Day, but like so many industries COVID has been a thorn in their side.
Pivot In The Pandemic: Restaurants On Miracle Mile Enjoy Mini-RenaissanceThe scene for restaurants along Miracle Mile in Coral Gables is one of revival, as the pandemic seems to be winding down and more diners head out on the town.
Police Investigate Attack On Woman Who Was Out For Jog In SW MiamiMiami-Dade police are investigating after a woman says she was attacked in a Sunset neighborhood while out for a run.
Orange Blossom Classic Returning To South FloridaThe Orange Blossom Classic is returning to South Florida after 43 years.
Just In Time For Cinco De Mayo: Learn How To Make A Classic Margarita & Delicious GuacamoleWhat can be better than a guacamole recipe for Cinco de Mayo? How about a recipe for making Mexico's signature drink? We thought you might like that.
Small Business Week: Miami-Dade Launches ‘Strive 305’ Initiative To Empower Local Biz OwnersAs Small Business Week continues across South Florida, Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava met with leaders to unveil a brand new program designed to support and empower local business owners.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Principal Michelle Kefford Flies With Blue AngelsMarjory Stoneman Douglas High School Principal Michelle Kefford flew with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels Wednesday ahead of the 2021 Fort Lauderdale Air Show.
Progress Made In Battling SW Dade Brush Fire, Card Sound Road ReopenedCard Sound Road has reopened as progress is made in battling a brush fire in southwest Miami-Dade.
Gas Prices Rise As Americans Hit The Road, But Trucker Shortages May Impact DeliveriesWith more Americans hitting the road, gas prices are on the rise. At the same time, there are concerns gas deliveries could be slowed because of a trucker shortage.
Peloton Recalling Nearly 125K Treadmills After Child’s Death, Several InjuriesPeloton announced it's recalling tens of thousands of its treadmills over concerns it could cause injuries or deaths.
COVID In Florida: 4,394 New Cases, 82 Additional Deaths Reported WednesdayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 4,394 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday.
Gov. Ron DeSantis: 'Some Wanted To Defund Police, We're Funding The Police;' First Responders To Receive $1,000 BonusesFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis announced Wednesday during a press conference that all first responders in the state will receive a $1,000 bonus.
CBS4 Exclusive: Fort Lauderdale City Manager Gives Tour Of City Hall Where COVID Restrictions Have Been LiftedFrom the second you walk in the door at Fort Lauderdale City Hall, you’ll notice the change: No mask, no problem.
Endangered Venezuelan Orinoco River Crocs Hatch At Zoo MiamiJust in time for Mother's Day, Zoo Miami is ecstatic to welcome its newest residents.
FEMA To Put More Resources Into Pop-Up & Mobile Clinics To Reach President’s 70% Vaccination Goal By July 4thThe Biden administration is stepping up efforts to make the COVID-19 vaccine more accessible for more Americans, especially in rural areas.
Police Need Help In Deadly Naranja Shooting, Mother Was Killed, Her Daughter InjuredMiami-Dade police are asking for the public's help in finding the person who fired the deadly shots that killed a mother in Naranja and injured her toddler.

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Miracle Mile Restaurants Enjoying Mini-RenaissanceCBS4's Hank Tester shares the details. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3tnOShY
COVID Vaccine No Longer Required This Fall For Those Returning To NSU CampusThis change in policy comes after Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill Monday that bars businesses, schools and government entities from asking anyone to provide proof of vaccination.
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Will Be Available At MDC’s Hialeah Campus Thursday, Wolfson Campus TuesdayBoth locations will be open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. for walk-ups.
Woman Attacked While Out For Jog In SW MiamiAccording to police, it happened around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday as she was heading northbound on SW 92nd Avenue. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3elva2g
Learn How To Make A Classic Margarita This Cinco De MayoCBS4's Lisa Petrillo got a lesson at the Serena Rooftop at the Moxy Hotel South Beach. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3umGZuN
President Biden Using Cinco De Mayo To Push Provisions Of American Rescue PlanCBS4's Skyler Henry reports from the White House.
Small Business Week: Miami-Dade Launches ‘Strive 305’ Initiative To Empower Local Biz OwnersMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava made the announcement while attending the grand opening of Perfect Salon Suites at the Mall of Americas Wednesday. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3eZXWo6
Progress Made In Battling SW Dade Brush Fire, Card Sound Road ReopenedAs of Wednesday morning, the fire has burned 13,000 acres and was 80 percent contained. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3tl80NM
Gas Prices Rise As Americans Hit The Road, But Trucker Shortages May Impact DeliveriesFuel prices plummeted last year during the height of the pandemic. But now, things are returning to normal levels. The national average for a gallon of gas in May of 2020 was $1.78, but it's now up to $2.92. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3b4Uk32
Orange Blossom Classic Returning To South FloridaCBS4's Jim Berry shares how its revival could be big, especially with one big personality helping drive it.
CBSMiami.com Weather 5-5-21 5PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Thursday evening weather forecast.
Peloton Recalling Nearly 125K Treadmills After Child’s Death, Several InjuriesIf you have one, Peloton will be refunding your purchase. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/2RvPuVv
Facebook Oversight Board Upholds Initial Suspension Of Former President Trump's AccountHowever, Facebook now must review the matter within six months, opening the door for a possible return.
First Responders To Receive $1,000 BonusesNo word yet on exactly when those one-time bonuses will be sent out.