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Disney World, SeaWorld Get Green Light To ReopenWalt Disney World Resort and SeaWorld on Friday received approval to reopen from Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation Secretary Halsey Beshears.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez On Latests ReopeningsAt a town hall this afternoon, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez addressed questions and concerns ahead of Monday's countywide opening of beaches, as well as plans to reintroduce outdoor activities including a summer camp.
Healthcare Workers HonoredMercy Hospital workers were honored for their work during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mosquito Season In Full SwingWith two cases of West Nile virus confirmed in Miami-Dade County, and the rainy season in full swing, it's time to check in with the folks that wage war on mosquitos on daily a basis.
2 Arrested In Aventura Mall ShootingTwo men are under arrest and two others hospitalized following a shooting inside Nordstrom at Aventura Mall.
Florida Keys Set To ReopenThe Florida Keys will be reopening to visitors and tourists starting on Monday, June 1.
Local Police Officials Blast Officers’ Actions In MinnesotaThe heads of four different Miami-Dade police agencies, the Miami-Dade Mayor and activists all blasted the actions of Minneapolis police officers on Friday after the death of a man who was in custody and on the same day that one officer was arrested for murder in that case.
Class Of 2020 Silver Knight Awards CeremonyThe over-the-top ceremony traditionally held at the John S. and James L. Knight Center was synthesized into a 500-square-foot video studio at the Miami Herald’s Doral newsroom. A production company worked for three days to replicate the experience.
Margaret Brennan, Moderator Of "Face the Nation," On Minneapolis ReactionYou can watch "Face the Nation" every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on CBS4.
Did You Get Your Stimulus Money?Some people are saying they are mistakenly throwing their stimulus debit cards in the trash.
Controversial Trump Tweet Draws FireThe battle between President Trump and Twitter heated up Thursday night after Twitter flagged one of the President's tweets as promoting violence. 
Experts Urge Emphasis On Safety As Pools Set To ReopenApartment and condo pools are set to open again in Miami-Dade come Monday, June 1.
Florida Keys Set To ReopenThe Florida Keys will be reopening to visitors and tourists starting on Monday, June 1.
2 Arrests, 2 Hospitalized Following Shooting Inside Nordstrom At Aventura MallTwo men are under arrest and two others hospitalized following a shooting inside Nordstrom at Aventura Mall.
Could Take Years For South Florida Charities To Recover From COVID-19 CrisisCBS4's David Sutta spoke with nonprofit leaders who say times are tough.
New Research Could Change Everything We Know About Social DistancingCBS4's Lauren Pastrana reports the research found six feet might not be enough.
Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie Talks About What Schools Will Look Like Next YearCBS4's Carey Codd spoke with Runcie, who explained the "Blended Learning" model Broward County Public Schools is considering.
Coronavirus Interview: University Of Miami President Julio FrenkFrenk discussed his plan to safely reopen the campus.
Palmetto Bay Enjoyed A ‘Honk For Seniors’ Car CaravanCBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano captured the exciting moment.

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Exclusive: Florida Kills Mask Decontamination UnitIn early May, Governor Ron DeSantis heralded the arrival of a new, massive piece of equipment in the fight against the Coronavirus – a Battelle CCDS, also known as the Critical Care Decontamination System.
Florida Signs Off On Reopening Disney, SeaWorldWalt Disney World Resort and SeaWorld on Friday received approval to reopen from Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation Secretary Halsey Beshears.
Healthcare Workers Honored At Mercy HospitalHealthcare workers at Mercy Hospital were honored Friday for their efforts throughout the ongoing pandemic.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez Talks About Latest ReopeningsAt a town hall this afternoon, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez addressed questions and concerns ahead of Monday's countywide opening of beaches, as well as plans to reintroduce outdoor activities including a summer camp.
SpaceX, NASA To Try Historic Launch Again SaturdayMark your calendars for Saturday afternoon at 3:22 p.m. That's when NASA and SpaceX will make another attempt to launch two American astronauts to the International Space Station.
Experts Urge Emphasis On Safety As Pools Set To Reopen In Miami-DadeApartment and condo pools are set to open again in Miami-Dade come Monday, June 1.
Class Of 2020 Silver Knight Awards Ceremony Synthesized To Video StudioThe over-the-top ceremony traditionally held at the John S. and James L. Knight Center was synthesized into a 500-square-foot video studio at the Miami Herald’s Doral newsroom. A production company worked for three days to replicate the experience.
Wait Is Almost Over: Florida Keys Set To Reopen To Visitors On MondayThe Florida Keys will be reopening to visitors and tourists starting on Monday, June 1.
Don't Toss That Junk Mail - It Might Be Your Stimulus Payment Debit CardMore than 140 million Americans have received federal stimulus money either through check or direct deposit. But now some people are getting it in the form of a debit card and it's causing confusion.
South Florida Mosquito Expert: 'We Could Be In For Medium To Heavy Mosquito Season'With two cases of West Nile virus confirmed in Miami-Dade County, and the rainy season in full swing, it's time to check in with the folks that wage war on mosquitos on daily a basis.
Coronavirus At-A-Glance 5-29-20Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 2:00 p.m. on May 29, 2020.
City Of Miami To Pay Tribute To First Responders, Essential Workers With Fireworks Show SaturdayThe City of Miami is putting on a spectacular fireworks show to honor first responders, health care workers, and essential workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida Judge Rejects Ordering Fixes To Unemployment SystemPointing to the constitutional separation of powers, a Leon County circuit judge Thursday refused to order the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity to take steps to “fix” the state’s much-maligned unemployment compensation system to process and pay claims.
Reopening Florida: University System Leaders Approve Blueprint For ReopeningThe Florida university system’s governing board on Thursday approved a broad blueprint for how to reopen campuses in the fall, which will help schools as they work to finalize their individual plans over the next two weeks. 
Be Prepared: Florida's Hurricane Sales Tax Holiday Begins This WeekendHurricane season officially starts Monday, June 1 so now is the time to prepare and to help keep costs down, Florida's disaster preparedness tax “holiday” begins Friday.
From Cuts To Closures, Tough Times Ahead For South Florida’s CharitiesSince the coronavirus pandemic began, many of South Florida’s charities have stepped up. But tough times could be coming for our nonprofits.
Exclusive: Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie Explains Possible ‘Blended Learning’ Model For Next School YearAs beaches and businesses slowly begin to reopen school officials across South Florida are working out how they plan to keep students safe when school begins next year.
Coronavirus Q&A: UM President Julio Frenk Discusses Campus Changes To Keep Students SafeCOVID-19 is forcing dramatic changes at the University of Miami, where there are big questions about what the fall semester will look like.
Last Flight Out Of Brazil Makes It To Miami Before Coronavirus RestrictionsThe last passengers from Brazil straggled into Miami International Airport before stringent coronavirus restrictions kicked in.
Ready To Hit The Beach? Rules, Enforcement Discussed By Miami Beach City CommissionOn Monday, June 1, beaches will open again in Miami-Dade. Thursday morning, City Miami Beach Commissioners held a special meeting through Zoom to discuss rules and guidelines for beaches, based on mandates from the county.