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Witnesses Needed To Help Solve Mystery Behind Trans Woman Murder In Pompano BeachShe was known to many as Bree Black or NUK, a trans woman. It was just about 10:15 p.m. Friday July 3, when Bree was gunned down, just steps from her apartment at NW 3rd Ave and 12 Street in Pompano Beach.
'I Was Bleeding A Lot': 7-Year-Old Boy Recalls Getting Struck By Falling Bullet On July 4th As Other Family Mourns Loss Of Another Young Shooting VictimA 7-year-old boy and his mother are both speaking out after the child was struck by a stray bullet on the night of July 4th while he was in the family pool.
Jackson Health System Running Low On Remdesivir & ICU Beds Due To COVID-19 SpikeAs the number of coronavirus patients continues to rise in South Florida, the amount of Remdesivir, a drug which has been found to help COVID-19 patients, has run out at Miami's Jackson Health System.
Broward Beach Goers Hit The Sand, Miami-Dade Will Have To WaitBroward beaches are open again after a weekend closure due to the July 4th holiday.
Miami-Dade Closing Down Restaurant Dining Rooms, Gyms, Party Venues, As Coronavirus Cases RiseAs the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise in Miami-Dade, making it the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in Florida, Mayor Carlos Gimenez announced Monday he will shut down restaurant dining rooms, gyms and banquet facilities.
Fort Lauderdale Boy Hit By Falling Bullet On July 4thFor the second time in less than a week, a seven-year-old Fort Lauderdale boy was rushed to the hospital after being shot.

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White woman faces charge after calling 911 on Black man in NYCChristian Cooper was repeatedly identified by his race in Amy Cooper's call to police during the May 25 incident in New York City's Central Park.
Remains of missing Fort Hood soldier identified, lawyer saysVanessa Guillén, who had been missing since April, was killed and dismembered by a fellow soldier who took his own life last week, investigators have said.
Country rocker and fiddler Charlie Daniels dies at age 83Beginning in the early 1970s, his five-piece band toured endlessly, sometimes doing 250 shows a year.
Trump targets Bubba Wallace while criticizing NASCAR Confederate flag banMr. Trump said in a tweet Monday that Wallace should apologize, though White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany did not say why when pressed by reporters.
Online magazine editor on how to be informed and entertained this summerThe coronavirus is keeping many adults and children indoors during the summer. ZORA Editor-in-Chief Vanessa De Luca joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how to keep yourself and your loved ones busy through books, podcasts, television and movies. De Luca also has suggestions for how to remain informed amid national conversations about racial injustice.
Miami Mayor Suarez on Florida's coronavirus outbreak and whether his city will see another shutdownMiami Mayor Francis Suarez joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the worsening coronavirus outbreak in Florida and what he's doing in Miami to slow the spread. Plus, Suarez responds to President Trump's comment that "99%" of coronavirus cases are "totally harmless."
Broadway star Nick Cordero dies after a monthslong battle with coronavirusTributes are pouring in for Nick Cordero, the Broadway star who has lost a three-month battle with the coronavirus. Cordero was just 41 when he died Sunday at a Los Angeles hospital. His wife, Amanda Kloots, wrote on Instagram, "He was surrounded in love by his family, singing and praying as he gently left this earth." Gayle King reports.
Analysis of Trump's rhetoric in his Fourth of July weekend speechesCBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett analyzes President Trump's rhetoric in his holiday weekend speeches.
Former CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden on coronavirus surge, testing and wearing masksCOVID-19 cases in the U.S. continue to climb. Former CDC Director Tom Frieden joins "CBS This Morning" with what steps Americans need to take to reverse course.

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As Italy slowly loosens coronavirus restrictions, it's deep cultural heritage is making a comebackThe coronavirus has had a devastating impact in Italy where more than 34,000 people have died. As the country slowly reopens, its famed ancient landmarks and museums are reopening, but with new rules. Chris Livesay reports from Florence.
Formula One drivers take a knee in anti-racism campaignEach of the 20 drivers wore a black T-shirt with the words "End Racism" as they convened at the start of the track.
China reports case of suspected bubonic plagueIt's in Inner Mongolia and comes as China says it's wrestled new cases of COVID-19 to near zero.
Standoff over funding leaves 13,400 immigration workers facing furloughCongress and the administration have yet to reach an agreement to prevent mass furloughs of USCIS employees.
Louvre reopens after four-month closing due to coronavirusBut officials of museum that houses Mona Lisa and countless other treasures expect low attendance due to E.U. ban on travelers from U.S.
Siberian tiger kills zookeeper in front of visitorsThe zoo called the incident "highly tragic" but said there would be "no consequences" for the tiger.
Soccer player deported by the U.S. triumphs away from homeAfter living in the U.S. for nearly a decade, Lizandro and his brother were sent to El Salvador in 2017. He's now playing professional soccer thousands of miles away from his family.
Men convicted of killing U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl could soon walk freeThe men convicted of the murder of Wall Street journal reporter Daniel Pearl could soon walk free. Pakistan's highest court supported an April lower court ruling that acquitted the men of the 2002 killing, citing a lack of evidence. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
Rocket Lab declares Electron launch failureThe innovative Electron rocket suffered a malfunction while its second stage was firing.