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The Madden-Julian Oscillation Is Coming And Here Is Why You Should CareWhat is the MJO, and why do we care? CBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer explains in this meteorological web extra in the midst of hurricane season.
FHSAA: Fall Sports To Begin August 24CBSThe Florida High School Athletic Association on Friday approved allowing schools to start fall sports on Aug. 24, after a lengthy debate about how to move forward amid health concerns because of the coronavirus pandemic.
5-Year Old North Carolina Boy, Cannon Hinnant, Laid To Rest After Being Shot Riding his BIke Outside His HomeFamily and friends recalled the North Carolina 5-year-old fatally shot while playing in his front yard as having a big smile and a big heart. News outlets report a funeral service was held Thursday night for Cannon Hinnant, who was shot as he rode his bicycle outside of his home last Sunday.
CBS4 News Weather At Your Desk 8-14-20 11pmPlenty of summer muggies and a change in our weather pattern is on the way.
Accused Rapist Deported By ICE 13 Days Before Trial Is Back In Miami-Dade CountyA man charged with sexual assault, who was deported by ICE before he could be put on trial, is now back in Miami-Dade County.
Florida's First Lady Casey DeSantis Warns Of COVID-19 Toll On FamiliesGov. Ron DeSantis, First Lady Casey DeSantis and child-welfare advocates warned Friday about the toll the COVID-19 pandemic is taking on some families.
Tracking Two Tropical Storms In The Atlantic, Josephine and KyleThere are two tropical storms in the Atlantic, Josephine and Kyle, and thankfully neither one is a threat.
Postal Service Warning Ahead Of November ElectionWith millions of Floridians seeking to vote-by-mail amid the coronavirus pandemic, postal officials have warned Secretary of State Laurel Lee that the state is at risk of having ballots go uncounted in the November presidential election..

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