Coronavirus 1-On-1: Sen. Marco Rubio Says Next 30 Days Will Be Toughest On FloridaSen. Marco Rubio is warning we are entering a period that is “going to be very difficult” in Florida.
Coronavirus Could Put 2020 Election Integrity At Risk, Experts WarnVoting experts are warning that the coronavirus crisis could threaten the integrity of the 2020 presidential election.
Trump Signs Massive Coronavirus Relief PackagePresident Trump signed a massive relief bill to respond to the significant economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic Friday, after it was approved by a voice vote in the House earlier in the afternoon.
AG Ashley Moody: Florida Supreme Court Should Consider Marijuana IssueSplitting from the Senate, Attorney General Ashley Moody’s office says the Florida Supreme Court should decide whether a recreational-marijuana constitutional amendment can go before voters.
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart Becomes First Known Congress Member To Test Positive For CoronavirusU.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart announced he has the coronavirus, becoming the first known member of Congress to test positive for the disease.
Coronavirus Updates: Trump Approves Aid PackageAs coronavirus continues to cripple businesses across the nation, President Trump signed into law a relief package passed by the House last week and approved by the Senate earlier Wednesday. The bill provides free testing, expanded funding for food security programs and paid sick, family and medical leave for workers at companies with 500 employees or fewer.


Virtual Zoo Visits Are Welcome Distraction Amid Coronavirus PandemicAnimal videos in the time of coronavirus are a welcome distraction which is virtual zoo visits and other wild animal cams are super hot these days.
Coronavirus Anxiety: Breathe, Just Breathe and Enjoy Beautiful Images Of South FloridaBreathe, just breathe. If you are feeling coronavirus anxiety which is sweeping South Florida faster than the pandemic itself, sometimes you just have to pause and enjoy a moment, a memory or some beautiful scenery. So pause now for this montage of beautiful South Florida images taken by photographer and CBS4 Weather Watcher Brooke Trace.
SpongeBob Squarepants Twitter Mash Up Features CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez & Rudabeh ShabaziWho lives in a pineapple under the sea and is a huge fan of CBS4? Spongebob Squarepants of course, with a twist.
Coronavirus Cancellations: Rolling Loud Music Fest In Miami Gardens Rescheduled To 2021The coronavirus has pushed another event into 2021 – this time the Rolling Loud Music Fest in Miami Gardens.
CBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano Stays Safer At Home Making Music, One Instrument At A TimeCBS4 Photojournalist Rafael Murciano stays safer at home making music, one instrument at a time.
Florida Sheriff Renews Search For Missing 'Tiger King' Millionaire Jack LewisHey all you cool cats and kittens. The Netflix true crime docu-series "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" is the number one show in the country. So Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister in Tampa is using the spotlight to hopefully get some new leads into the mysterious disappearance of Jack “Don” Lewis, a Florida multimillionaire who disappeared more than 30 years ago.


Coronavirus At-A-Glance 4-4-20New cases of the coronavirus are surfacing every day across the nation and around the world. Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 9 a.m. on April 4, 2020.
Coronavirus At-A-Glance 4-3-20New cases of the coronavirus are surfacing every day across the nation and around the world. Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 6:30 p.m. on April 3, 2020.
Recovered From Coronavirus, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Donating Blood To Help OthersMiami Mayor Frances Suarez, who recently recovered from the coronavirus, is hoping his blood will help with an experimental treatment.
Fort Lauderdale Coronavirus: Healthy Passengers Aboard Zaandam, Rotterdam Ships To Begin Journey HomeWrapped in sheets and barely moving, sick passengers from Holland America's Zaandam cruise ship were rushed to local hospitals on Thursday.
How A Jelly Bean May Help Determine Loss Of Smell, An Emerging Coronavirus SymptomIn mild to moderate cases of coronavirus, a loss of smell, and therefore taste, is emerging as one of the most unusual early signs of the disease called COVID-19. Here's how you can take the "jellybean test" to see if you're suffering a loss of smell.
Coronavirus Update: Holland America Cruise Ships With Sick Passengers Dock At Port Everglades One of two Holland America cruise ships has docked at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, where sick passengers diagnosed with COVID-19 will be taken to local hospitals.

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Nearly 38 million under "stay home" advisory in TokyoTokyo is the scene of nearly-empty streets and many shuttered shops. About 38 million people are under a "stay home" advisory this weekend due to the coronavirus. Ramy Inocencio is there.
Corona beer halts production during coronavirus pandemicThe brewery that produces Corona also announced it is donating 300,000 antibacterial sanitizers made from its beer.
Women in ICE custody plead for release amid pandemicImmigrant women detained in rural Louisiana feel powerless to shield themselves from the rapidly-spreading coronavirus. They're asking the U.S. not to forget about them.
At least 22,000 Americans still stranded abroad over coronavirus crisisMillions of Americans shelter at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, while others remain on foreign shores still hoping to return to the U.S. Cancelled flights, sudden travel restrictions and strict quarantines have all blocked many people from getting back. This week, the State Department warned that time may be running out. Kris Van Cleave speaks to some of the Americans looking for a way to return.
Spain behind U.S. in total number of coronavirus casesSpain now has the second-highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases behind the U.S., while China held a nationwide day of mourning as it gradually brings the disease under control. The United Nations said it will make a decision later in the month as to whether it will postpone September’s General Assembly meeting in New York. Roxana Saberi breaks down the virus’ global impact from the U.K., where the death toll has jumped to over 3,300.
UN chief praises positive response to global ceasefireU.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Friday​ that over a dozen countries have said they will begin or continue ceasefires.
NYC hospitals near capacity as virus cases climbNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an emergency order Friday to get ventilators where they are needed. Mola Lenghi reports.
Sailors cheer for ousted aircraft carrier captainSailors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt cheered and chanted the name of Captain Brett Crozier as he left the ship for the last time. It was an emotional show of support for the man whose pleas on their behalf ultimately cost him his command. David Martin reports.
Coronavirus may lead to increase in domestic violence: WHOSpeaking to reporters Friday about the coronavirus pandemic, the WHO Director General called on countries to include services for addressing domestic violence in their COVID-19 response.