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Miami-Dade School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho On Mask Use For Upcoming School Year: 'Decision Cannot Be Rushed'So, will Miami-Dade students be wearing masks when they go back to class in August? On Tuesday, Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said the school district is carefully monitoring the latest developments concerning COVID-19.
‘The Ugly Truth For Us’: 4th Wave Of Cases Has Jackson Memorial’s COVID Floor Packed With Unvaccinated PatientsDr. David De La Zerda, the lead ICU physician at Jackson, is concerned about the growing number of unvaccinated patients being treated for COVID.
Florida's Lobster Mini Season Is Nearly HereIt is the time of year when people can head to the water to catch their limit for lobster mini season. It officially kicks off at 12:01 Wednesday morning.
CDC Recommends Face Masks For Fully Vaccinated People Again In Some Indoor SettingsThe Centers for Disease Control announced on Tuesday that fully vaccinated people in communities with substantial or high COVID transmission should once again wear face masks in some indoor public settings. 
Cleveland Clinic Weston Once Again #1 Hospital In Miami-Fort Lauderdale Metro AreaAccording to the U.S. News & World report, the top five hospitals are all in South Florida. 
Calls Continue For Cuban Embassy In DC To Be Shut DownOn Tuesday, conservative leaders demanded freedom for Cuba outside the U.S. Capitol Building. 
Florida Argues CDC Violated Cruise Case InjunctionA federal judge put off acting on a request by Florida to find that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention violated an injunction against pandemic-related restrictions on the cruise-ship industry.
‘Get The Vaccine’: 49-Year-Old COVID Survivor Speaks Out After 13 Days In HospitalKayasa Cobb says she regrets her initial reluctance to get vaccinated.
RV Market Suffering Same Shortages Plaguing Many IndustriesRVs offer a home away from home and have become a popular way to vacation during the pandemic. But the question now is if you can find one.
Missing Hialeah Girls Karla Argueta & Audree Guevara Found SafeHialeah police say two girls who had been reported as missing over the weekend have been found and reunited with their families.
Lauderhill Mom Tinessa Hogan, Charged In Death Of Daughters Found In Canal, Pleads Not GuiltyA Lauderhill mother charged in the deaths of her two daughters whose bodies were found floating in a canal last month has pleaded not guilty.
Venetian Causeway Bridge Closed Until Further NoticeAuthorities say the second bridge on the Venetian Causeway going into the City of Miami will be closed until further notice.
Grab Your Tickle Stick: Florida Lobster Mini Season Begins Wednesday NightGrab your tickle stick. Florida’s two-day lobster mini season officially gets underway Wednesday night. 
Town Of Surfside Wants To Do Its Own Full Forensic Investigation Of Condo Collapse SiteSurfside Mayor Charles Burkett says the county has done a great job helping Surfside during the search, rescue and recovery efforts, but now needs them to allow the town to find out what went wrong.
Broward School Board Postpones Decision On Mask Use For The New School YearThe Broward School Board met Tuesday and decided to postpone the meeting to discuss mask requirements for the upcoming school year after the meeting was interrupted by mask-burning protesters.
The Case Of Murdered 6-Year-Old Adam Walsh: 40 Years LaterForty years ago today, Adam Walsh went missing. His disappearance forever changed how authorities handled missing kid cases as Florida became the first state to set up a clearing house for missing children. 

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CBSMiami.com Weather 7-27-21 11PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Tuesday night weather forecast.
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Conservative Leaders Demand Freedom For Cuba Outside US Capitol BuildingCBS4's Lauren Pastrana has the story.
COVID Survivor Urges People To 'Get The Vaccine' After Being Hospitalized For 13 DaysCBS4's Peter D'Oench spoke with Kayasa Cobb, who said she "had a 50-50 chance" and "did a lot of praying." Read more: https://cbsloc.al/37906y8
RVs In Short SupplyThe market is suffering the same shortages that have plagued many industries.
CDC Issues New Mask GuidanceThe Centers for Disease Control announced on Tuesday that fully vaccinated people in communities with substantial or high COVID transmission should once again wear face masks in some indoor public settings.
Missing Hialeah Girls Karla Argueta & Audree Guevara Found SafeHialeah police did not say where the girls were located, but did say they were safe.
Lauderhill Mom Charged In Death Of Daughters Found In Canal Pleads Not GuiltyAccording to court records, defense attorneys for Tinessa Hogan, 36, filed the written plea with the Broward County Clerk of Court's office on July 22nd.
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