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CBS4 This Morning Headlines 10-20-20Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
New Rules For Thursday's Presidential Debate Plus Early Voting Begins In Three More StatesEarly voting gets underway today in Wisconsin, Hawaii, and Utah. Millions have already cast a ballot either in person or by mail. But for those undecided voters, President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will face off on Thursday in Nashville for one final debate.
CBS4 Weather At Your Desk 10-20-20Scattered showers before 11am, then scattered showers and thunderstorms between 11am and noon, then showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm after noon. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 84.
CBSMiami.com Weather 10-19-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday night weather forecast.
Family Pleading For Answers In Murder Of Roderick Gallon Outside Fort Lauderdale WalgreensCBS4's Karli Barnett shares the details of the case.
Appeals Court Allows Miami-Dade To Resume Curfew EnforcementIt will begin Tuesday from midnight to 6 a.m.
Medical Experts Encourage Flu Shot As Fall Surge Of COVID Is HereCBS4's Jessica Vallejo shares what the medical experts are recommending.
Miami-Dade, Broward Residents Wait In Long Lines In The Rain To Cast Ballot On 1st Day Of Early VotingCBS4's Ty Russell shares the day one early voting numbers.
Former Federal Prosecutor Kendall Coffey Discusses Lessons Both Campaigns Can Take From Chaos Of 2000Coffey was a key member of the Gore-Lieberman team in the 2000 presidential recount litigation.
Everything You Need To Know About CBSMiami's Digital Voters GuideCBS4's Frances Wang breaks down what's on the webpage.
Vote-By-Mail Ballot StatsThe deadline to request your mail-in ballot is Saturday, Oct. 24.
Miami-Dade Early Voters Come Out In Record-Breaking Numbers On First Day Of Early VotingCBS4's Ty Russell reports on the long lines as a result of the "record setting turnout."
Broward Voters Stick It Out In The Rain To Cast Their Ballot On First Day Of Early VotingCBS4's Joan Murray reports on the long lines as interest in this election is sky high.
California Hiker Back With Family After Missing For 2 Weeks In Zion National ParkCBS4's Carter Evans reports on the search and rescue mission for Holly Courtier.
Outrage In France Where Police Are Making Arrests In Connection To Beheading Of TeacherCBS News correspondent Rylee Carlson shares the latest out of Paris.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Says If No Stimulus Deal By Tuesday It Won't Happen Before Election DayCBS4's Nancy Cordes reports from Capitol Hill.
Fort Lauderdale PD Searching For Armed Men Who Robbed, Killed Man Outside Of WalgreensCBS4's Ted Scouten shares the details of the Roderick Gallon's murder case.
CBSMiami.com Weather 10-19-20 5PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday evening weather forecast.
CBS4 Exclusive: Car Burglars Caught On Surveillance Targeting Pinecrest HomesCBS4's Peter D'Oench reports there's a belief this is part of a larger organized auto theft ring.
Report: 2 Florida Universities Make List of 100 Best Colleges & UniversitiesTwo universities in the state of Florida made the cut when it came to ranking the 100 best colleges and universities in the U.S. Katie Johnston reports.
President Trump Slams Dr. Fauci A Day After His '60 Minutes' AppearanceCBS4's Skyler Henry reports from the White House.
Stormy Start To The WeekChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer reports on the wet and breezy weather pattern locked in over South Florida.
WEB EXTRA: President Trump Is Asked About Why He Criticized Dr. FauciPresident Trump criticized Dr. Fauci on a campaign staff call Monday saying, "People are tired of hearing Fauci and all these idiots, these people, these people that have gotten it wrong." Later in the day, after landing in Arizona, the president called Dr. Fauci a "nice guy" but said “he’s called a lot of bad calls.”
WEB EXTRA: Cat Carving On Peruvian HillsideArcheologists restored this image of a cat carved into a hillside in Nazca, Peru. Peru’s Ministry of Culture says the figure is 121 feet long and more than 2,000 years old.