- Florida Sets New Coronavirus Death RecordState health dept. reported 132 additional deaths on Tuesday
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- Primary Voter Registration Deadline Is July 20Register to vote or update voter registration information by this date to vote on August 18
- "100% E-Learning If Conditions Don't Improve"Broward Supt. Runcie on whether schools will open in August
- Roger Stone Thankful For Commuted SentenceStone said he has "deep affection" for Donald Trump
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Field Hospitals Not An Answer In Florida's COVID-19 SurgeAs Florida hospitals face a surge in patients with COVID-19, they may not be able to rely on field hospitals to provide more space. And hurricanes are the reason.
'It's Even Busier Right Now': Jackson Health System ER Doctor On COVID-19 StrainSouth Florida hospitals are feeling the strain as more people test positive for COVID-19. From the number of available beds to the number of personnel, Jackson Health System is under pressure.
Broward School Superintendent Robert Runcie Says Schools Won't Open If Coronavirus Numbers Don't ImproveBroward school leaders met again virtually on Tuesday to discuss possible reopening plans.
Florida Prisons Grapple With COVID-19 Hitting WorkersThe number of Florida corrections workers known to be infected with COVID-19 has more than doubled during the past month, prompting state officials to launch emergency plans at two prisons where there are significant staffing shortages.
Florida Supreme Court Justices Order More Arguments On Medical Marijuana LawIn a highly unusual move, the Florida Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered a second round of arguments in a battle about whether the state has properly carried out a 2016 constitutional amendment that broadly legalized medical marijuana.
Study Finds Women, Especially Working Moms, Have Been Hardest Hit By Coronavirus PandemicWhen the coronavirus pandemic started in the US, millions of people were left without jobs or forced to work from home, and many children were home because schools closed. A recent study from USC found that women have been hit the hardest, especially working moms.
Governor Ron DeSantis Holds COVID-19 Roundtable Discussion With Miami-Dade County Mayors Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is holding a roundtable discussion with Miami-Dade County mayors on the state's response to the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
Florida Nurse Warns ‘Nursing Shortage’ About To Hit State As COVID-19 Puts Strain On Hospital SystemsOther states are worried about the coronavirus straining their hospital systems. More than 8,000 people in Florida alone are now hospitalized with the virus.
'It's One Of The Most Wonderful Things That Has Ever Happened To Me': Honor Flight South Florida Surprises Veterans With CaravanHonor flight organizers got creative to celebrate veterans whose Honor Flight was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida Man Hospitalized After Iguana Runs Into Bike Causing CrashA 62-year-old Marathon man required stitches to his head Thursday after an iguana ran in front his bicycle and caused him to crash.
'I Feel Threatened': Florida Man Fired After Mask Meltdown Video At Costco Goes ViralA Florida man has been fired from his job as an insurance agent after a videotaped tirade inside a Costco store went viral.
Preview Of Jim DeFede's 1-On-1 With Roger StoneThis is Stone's first local news interview since President Donald Trump commuted his prison sentence.
Holocaust Survivor Meets Family Of Soldier Who Saved HerCBS4's Ian Lee shares Lily Ebert's story.
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Ghislaine Maxwell Denied BailCBS4's Nancy Chen reports the judge says Maxwell is a flight risk.
President Trump Lashing Out As More States Lean Toward Online Instruction For Upcoming School YearCBS4's Natalie Brand has the latest out of the White House.
Jackson Health System Under Pressure In More Ways Than One During COVID CrisisCBS4's Steve Goldstein spoke with Dr. Mark Supino, who took time off from Jackson Memorial Hospital after testing positive for the virus.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Meets With Miami-Dade County Mayors To Discuss COVID-19CBS4's Ted Scouten reports on what was discussed at Tuesday's roundtable.
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Reporter Update: Ted Scouten Checks In On Clover's ProgressReporter Ted Scouten checks in on the progress being made by Clover, a dog who had part of her jaw removed after someone shot her in the mouth.
Reporter Update: Ted Scouten Reports From Miami International AirportTed Scouten reports from Miami International Airport about the situation there during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Muirfield Village Golf Club Profile: Jack Nicklaus's 'Total Vision'Muirfield Village Golf Club, designed by Jack Nicklaus and host of this year's Workday Charity Open and Memorial Tournament, remains a PGA Tour favorite.
WNBA Season Opens July 25 With Weekend Dedicated To Black Lives Matter MovementThe league's opening weekend will see players using their voices and uniforms to raise awareness and seek justice for women and girls who have been the forgotten victims of police brutality and racial violence.
'Shorter Races, More Exciting Formats, Bring To Life Driver Personalities': CBS To Air Superstar Racing Experience In 2021A brand-new racing series is coming to CBS in the summer of 2021 brought to you by a group that includes NASCAR Hall of Famers Ray Evernham and Tony Stewart.
Washington NFL Team Retires Redskins Name, Logo; New Ones In DevelopmentThe Washington NFL franchise announced Monday that it will drop the “Redskins” name and Indian head logo immediately, bowing to decades of criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans.
At The NBA Restart, Team Equipment Is A Challenge To ManageRob Pimental spent a good amount of time thinking about everything the Miami Heat would need for what could be a three-month trip to Walt Disney World.
'Always Fun To Play As Part Of A Team': Taylor Fritz On Joining Philadelphia Freedoms, World Team Tennis For 2020 SeasonWorld Team Tennis kicks off its 2020 season starting this weekend July 12 and top American men's player Taylor Fritz is looking forward to having some fun with the team events.
Top Donut Shops In South FloridaDo you love donuts? Who doesn't? Then why not check out our top spots for donuts in South Florida
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.