Taste Of The Town: YOT Bar & Kitchen Offers Stepped Up American Dishes With The Emphasis On Fresh SeafoodWith million dollar mega yachts and large boats as a backdrop, YOT Bar & Kitchen at The Lauderdale Marine Center is a sea lover's dream come true.
2 Performances Of ‘In The Heights’ At Arsht Center Canceled After Cast Members Catch COVIDThe remaining performances of "In The Heights" at the Adrienne Arsht Center have been postponed after several cast members tested positive for COVID-19.
Miami-Dade Mayor Urges 'Safe Behavior' At Rolling Loud Music FestSouth Florida's annual and massive hip-hop music festival Rolling Loud continued Saturday and Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava had a message for event-goers.
Rolling Loud Music Fest In Miami Gardens Kicks OffThis weekend’s Rolling Loud hip-hop music festival got underway Friday afternoon, despite a giant video screen collapse a day earlier.
Theater, Arts, And Museums Helping To Restart South Florida's EconomyTheaters and museums have been and continue to be on the forefront of the resurging Florida economy. Museums are already pulling crowds and theaters are ramping up programing as patrons are feeling more comfortable with visiting public locations, despite the recent rise in COVID cases.
Taste Of The Town: Healthy Dishes With Plenty Of Flavor Served At Carrot ExpressThe Miami-based health-conscious restaurant chain, Carrot Express, is always busy at its ten locations. The healthy, but fast casual restaurant, was founded in 1993 by Mario Laufer.  


COVID-19 Testing Sites In South FloridaNot feeling well? COVID-19 cases are on the rise and lines at testing centers are getting long again. Here's a list of testing sites in South Florida.
COVID-19 Vaccination Sites In South FloridaWith the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in Florida, here is a list of locations where you can get the vaccine in South Florida.
'Biggest Tragedy Is Preventable Loss Of Life': Memorial Healthcare System Chief Urges Public To Get COVID VaccineAs South Florida remains under siege by the rising number of COVID cases, the Chief of Critical Care for the Memorial Health Care system is making a plea to the public to get vaccinated and help curb the number of cases.
CDC: Delta Variant As Contagious As ChickenpoxUniversity of Miami researchers confirm the Delta variant of COVID-19 is spreading through South Florida, along with the rest of the U.S. just as an internal document from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals it appears to cause more severe illness and spreads as easily as chickenpox.
South Florida Doctors Reiterate There’s No Proof COVID Vaccine Causes Female InfertilityWith the delta variant surging across South Florida, many doctors say among those hospitalized are pregnant women.
Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava Says Masks Now Required Indoors At All County-Owned BuildingsMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava gave an update Wednesday afternoon on the steps being taken to combat the surge in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.


Privacy Advocates Concerned About Amazon’s New Tech To Boost Performance Of DevicesIf you own certain Alexa-enabled Echo devices or some Ring camera models, Amazon will be able to use part of your home's WiFi to create a new network called Amazon Sidewalk.
Florida Healthy Kids Website BreachedHundreds of thousands of Floridians who applied for coverage or were enrolled in a children’s health insurance program between 2013 and 2020 are being encouraged to take steps to protect themselves financially after a cyberattack.
Tesla's Elon Musk Wants To Dig Tunnels To Alleviate Miami's Congested TrafficTraffic in Miami is terrible. We all know that. According to a new report, Miami was just named one of the most congested cities in the U.S. in 2020. But Tesla Inc founder Elon Musk says he wants to dig tunnels with the Boring Company, one of his many business ventures, to help alleviate Miami's notoriously congested traffic.
Consumer Electronics Show Goes Virtual, Many Products Designed To Protect Against COVID-19The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), was held this week and offered the very latest in tech. It was virtual this year because of the pandemic, and many of the products revealed were designed to protect against COVID-19.
'Legal Equalizer' App Helps People Know Their Rights, Safely Interact With Police: 'Accountability On All Sides For Everybody'The Founder and CEO of the Legal Equalizer app hopes that it will help to de-escalate situations between police and citizens by providing accountability on all sides.
Belgian Engineers Build UV Zapper Machine To Disinfect Shopping CartsWiping down shopping carts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 could soon be a thing of the past, thanks to a bright idea from a team of Belgian engineers.

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As eviction moratorium expires, some renters face greater risk"I feel like I'm on the Titanic," a tenant in Nevada said. "I'm in the water, we've sunk, and we don't have lifeboats here."
Kathy Griffin reveals lung cancer diagnosisGriffin, 60, made the announcement Monday on social media in a note to her fans.
Professional surfer and Team USA Olympic gold medalist Carissa Moore on historic win for womenProfessional surfer Carissa Moore is the first woman to win a gold medal at the Olympics in surfing. She's currently ranked the #1 female surfer in the world by the World Surf League and is a four-time world champion. She joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her historic win for women and Team USA.
Coast Guard's first female four-star admiral reflects on her journey and the service's missionAdmiral Linda Fagan is the first woman to be named a four-star admiral in the U.S. Coast Guard, and currently serves as its second in command. Only on “CBS This Morning,” she spoke about her journey, the service's mission and how she's hoping to help make the Coast Guard more representative of the public.
Danny Meyer talks vaccine policy for indoor diningDanny Meyer discusses his new policy that will require employees and customers who dine indoors at his restaurants to show proof they're fully vaccinated.
Atlanta massage workers ready to leave the industry after massacre"I haven't gone back to work since [March 16] because who dares to go back to work now?" Lisa said. "Most of [my coworkers] haven't gone back to work."
Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco on new arena tour and performing in front of audiences againComedian Sebastian Maniscalco joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his new "Nobody Does This Tour" and what it's like performing in front of audiences again after more than a year.
Lawmakers hopeful Senate infrastructure bill passes this weekThe bipartisan Senate infrastructure bill became available just as the eviction moratorium expired over the weekend. Kris Van Cleave has the latest from Capitol Hill.
State Department expands eligibility for visa program for AfghansThe State Department said the change will expand the opportunity to resettle in the U.S. to "many thousands of Afghans and their immediate family members."

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Professional surfer and Team USA Olympic gold medalist Carissa Moore on historic win for womenProfessional surfer Carissa Moore is the first woman to win a gold medal at the Olympics in surfing. She's currently ranked the #1 female surfer in the world by the World Surf League and is a four-time world champion. She joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her historic win for women and Team USA.
Belarus Olympian seeks asylum after refusing forced flight home"They are trying to get me out of the country without my permission," sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya said in a video posted to social media.
Top Olympic moments that happened off the playing fieldFrom knitting swimmers to dancing coaches, here are the top Olympic moments you might've missed.
U.S. women's soccer team loses to Canada in Olympic semifinalIt was a stunning upset in Tokyo. The loss ended the U.S. team's bid for gold.
Jade Carey secures gold in floor exercise at Tokyo OlympicsCarey is the third consecutive American to take gold in the event.
Simone Biles plans to compete in balance beam final in TokyoIt's her last chance to take part in the 2020 Games. She pulled out of the other individual finals she qualified for, citing mental health issues.
Raven Saunders' gesture on Olympic podium legal, U.S. committee saysBut the shot put silver medal winner's gesture may have run afoul of International Olympic Committee rules. She said she was expressing support for the oppressed.
Keni Harrison loses hurdles Olympic gold to Jasmine Camacho-QuinnHarrison, an American, holds the 100-meter world record but came in second in Tokyo to Camancho-Quinn, who was representing Puerto Rico.
Some nations continue to suffer from COVIDThe number of COVID-19 cases is surging internationally, but unlike the U.S. and other wealthier nations, vaccines are still in short supply. Elizabeth Palmer explains.