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One Person Injured In Shooting Outside Miami Marriott Biscayne BayOne person was injured in a shooting outside a Miami hotel.
Anti-Defamation League: FBI Arrested 'White Supremacist' During Fort Lauderdale RaidA man the anti-defamation league identified as a ‘white supremacist’ faced a federal judge in Fort Lauderdale Wednesday.
'Once In A Lifetime Event': Florida Man Spots 5 Elusive Florida Panthers In Single Day, 4 At The Same TimeA Florida man, who was definitely in the right place at the right time, spots five elusive Florida Panthers in the wild on the same day, four of them at the same time.
Residents Bubbling Up With Anger After Sunrise Utilities Department Sends Out Bloated Water BillsBloated water bills are going out to some Broward County residents. And while they’re a mistake, it’s still causing headaches for the families who just got them.
Pair Of South Florida Children Who Died A Couple Weeks Apart Have Saved 11 Lives Through Organ DonationTwo stories of hope and love, coming from two unthinkable tragedies.
Extremely Vulnerable To COVID? Complete A Medical Exemption Form & Visit New Federal Site At MDC’s North CampusMiami-Dade’s new federal mass vaccination site has delivered its first doses.
Florida House Moves Forward On Violent Protest CrackdownRepublican lawmakers are pushing ahead with a controversial proposal that seeks to crack down on violent protests, make it more difficult for local governments to trim spending on law enforcement and enhance penalties related to riots and injuries to police officers.
Miami Beach Pride Announces Dates For Pride 2021, Launches New WebsiteOn Wednesday, Miami Beach Pride organizers announced dates for Pride 2021, as well as, a newly revamped website.
Staying In Touch With Customers On Social Media Keeps Keys Charter Boat Operator Afloat During PandemicIt has not been easy for Florida Keys charter boat captains to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
Animal Rescue Organizations Say Pandemic Has Changed Their Industry For The BetterThe pandemic has impacted how animal rescue organizations operate. Many in the industry think the changes are here to stay, and it's for the best.
'Grandparent Tuition Waiver' Moves In The Florida LegislatureA proposal is advancing in the Florida House that would allow high-performing students who live outside of Florida to pay in-state tuition rates at public universities if their grandparents reside in the Sunshine State.
Woman Charged With Shooting Man In Front Of Daughter At Miami HootersA Tampa woman went before a Miami judge Wednesday morning after police say she shot a man several times in front of his 8-year-old daughter.
Attorneys Say Pressure To Deliver Caused Uber Eats Driver’s Crash That Resulted In South Florida Teen’s DeathFriends and loved ones gathered Wednesday to honor a South Florida teen, killed just off the University of Florida’s campus.
COVID In Florida: 6,014 Additional Cases, 132 Deaths Reported WednesdayThe Florida Department of Health reported another 6,014 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday.
United Teachers Of Dade President Karla Hernández-Mats Thanks President Biden For Making Vaccines Available For TeachersUnited Teachers of Dade president Karla Hernández-Mats released a video on Wednesday thanking President Joe Biden for making vaccines available to educators in the county.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces First Walgreens In State Will Roll Out COVID-19 Vaccine In Pasco Countylorida Gov. Ron DeSantis has announced COVID-19 vaccinations are coming to Florida Walgreens locations. Two Walgreens pharmacies in Pasco County, will be the first to provide the shots starting Friday, DeSantis announced at a news conference in Zephryhills.

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Shooting Outside Miami Hotel, One Person InjuredOne person was injured in a shooting outside the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay Hotel.
Miami Dade College North Campus Vaccination Site Administers 1.500 Shots On First DayBrooke Shafer reports the walkup site operated by FEMA can give up to 3,000 shots a day with no appointment necessary.
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Sunrise Utilities Admits To Sending Out Inaccurate Water BillsCBS4's Keith Jones spoke with Broward residents bubbling up with anger about the ordeal.
Two Stories Of Hope And Love, Coming From Two Unthinkable TragediesCBS4's Bobeth Yates shares how Anthony Reznik and Michael Falcon are saving lives after death.
State Releases Medical Exemption Form For Most Vulnerable Under 65 To Get VaccinatedCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports on the first day of operations at the federal vaccination site at the Miami Dade College North Campus.
FBI Warns Of Potential Domestic Terror Attack On Nation's CapitalCBS4's Natalie Brand reports the threat includes plans to take control of the U.S. Capitol building and remove Democratic lawmakers.
WEB EXTRA: Thai Navy Rescues Cats From Sinking ShipThai navy officials saved four cats that were stranded on a sinking boat after their human crewmates had been rescued. Take a look at the rescue operation.
Miami Beach Pride Announces Dates For Pride 2021, Launches New WebsiteMiami Beach Pride Festival and Parade will be held on September 10-19, 2021 with the Parade and Festival weekend falling on September 18-19. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3ccXwtt
Keys Charter Boat Operator Stays Afloat During Pandemic By Keeping In Touch With Customers On Social MediaCBS4's Hank Tester shares how FishMonster Charters pivoted during the pandemic.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Expects 175,000 Doses Of The Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe governor also announced COVID-19 vaccinations are coming to Florida Walgreens locations.
Eddie Murphy & Company Back For 'Coming To America' SequelEntertainment Tonight's Nischelle Turner caught up with the superstar.
Some Parkinson's Patients Boosting Quality Of Life With BoxingCBS4's Tina Kraus has the story.
COVID Pandemic Has Changed How Animal Rescue Organizations OperateCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports some in the industry believes those changes are for the better.