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Why The New Omicron COVID Variant Is More Concerning
"This thing has mutated like crazy," said Dr. Robert Murphy, an infectious disease specialist with Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. "There's at least 30 mutations in the spike protein. This is like way more than any other variant."
Police Investigating Double Stabbing On Miami Beach
According to Miami Beach PD, officers responded to a call of a stabbing in the 7300 block of Harding Avenue just before 6:30 p.m.
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PIX: Freedom For Cuba Rally
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in downtown Miami to call for change in Cuba.
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Heat's Dewayne Dedmon, Magic's Wendell Carter Fined By NBA
Miami Heat center Dewayne Dedmon and Orlando Magic center-forward Wendell Carter Jr. were fined by the NBA on Sunday.
Dolphins Come Through With Dominating Performance, Blowing Out Panthers 33-10
The 33-10 win now puts the Dolphins at 5-7 on the season with two more home games coming up against teams they should beat.
CBS4’s Mike Cugno Catches Up With Nat Moore Trophy Finalists QB Zion Turner & DE Marvin Jones Jr.
Two CBS4 Nat Moore Trophy finalists took in the sights and sounds of NFL action on Sunday, watching the Miami Dolphins take on the Carolina Panthers.
PIX: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Celebrate Super Bowl 55 Win
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Art Miami Returns For 31st Edition, With More Than 130 Exhibitors, Nov 30 - Dec 5
Art Miami returns during Art Week in Miami, as it gets set to showcase the array of iconic and exemplary works, dynamic projects, and special installations from more than 130 international exhibitors.
Bob Dylan Artwork Show Opens In Miami
Bob Dylan has been telling stories through songs for 60 years. But recently America’s master lyricist has also captured moments in a new series of paintings that, just like his songs, are intimate and a bit of a mystery.
Here's What You Can Expect At The 2021 Art Basel In Miami Beach
The ultimate extravaganza for international art galleries, high-roller collectors, artists, and art lovers returns to South Florida.
Miami Beach Man Mark Wylie Finds Comfort In Dark Times While Inspiring Himself And Others To #WalkWithWylie
Mark Wylie, who has worked for Best Buddies for more than 30 years advocating for disability rights, has been doing a lot of walking around his Miami Beach neighborhood lately.
Dolphins Team Up With Local Organizations To Help Distribute Thanksgiving Dinner
The Miami Dolphins alongside Feeding South Florida, and community groups helped to gift hundreds of families a Thanksgiving meal Tuesday.
Detective: 'Tiger King' Star Carole Baskin Still Won't Talk About Missing Husband
A Hillsborough County Sheriff's detective who is investigating the disappearance of Carole Baskin's second husband said Thursday that the "Tiger King" star had three times refused requests for interviews, and that the probe was ongoing.
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Know a student who loves science and has a cool and innovative STEM project to show off? Register them for the CBS4 Sunday Morning Science Lab Contest for a chance to be featured on a Sunday CBS4 This Morning Newscast to discuss and display the project.
Lockdown-Free Florida Is Top Vacation Spot For Holidays, Especially Miami
If Miami streets, restaurants, and beaches seem a bit more crowded, it's because they are. Miami is one of the top search destinations on travel websites and statewide, Florida had 32.5 million travelers from July to September of this year, exceeding the number of visitors during that period in pre-pandemic 2019, Gov. Ron DeSantis said recently.
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Why Does New Hampshire Get First Primary? Why Not Florida?
New Hampshire is a picture postcard of rustic beauty, complete with tree-lined streets and quaint shops, which every four years becomes the center of the political universe.