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Inter Miami CF Hits The Field In OrlandoIt will be the team's first game since the pandemic shut down the season in March.
Eye On The Day 7/8Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: Protest in Indiana over a possible hate crime, Dr. Anthony Fauci says young people need to do more to stop COVID-19, and Disney World is reopening some parks this weekend. Are you comfortable heading back?
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 7/8Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Miami-Dade Restaurant Owners Demand Answers Before Closing Their Indoor Dining AgainBrooke Shafer reports some say they have followed the rules and are being punished for the actions of a few bad apples. Weather 7/8 6AMPartly cloudy early with showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Miami CF Ready For Shortened SeasonDespite surging coronavirus cases across the US, Major League Soccer plans to start its "MLS is Back Tournament" at Walt Disney World this week. Weather @ Your Desk 7-7-20 11PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.
Charges Dropped Against Woman Who Was Slapped At AirportAn incident involving a Miami-Dade police officer striking a woman at Miami International Airport was captured on video and is under investigation Thursday morning.
Hospitals Prepare For Increased COVID-19 HospitalizationsWith COVID-19 hospitalizations increasing at a rapid pace, local hospitals, public and private, are gearing up as they expect even more patients.
Broward Considers Additional Restrictions On BusinessesBroward County officials are preparing an emergency order aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.
Restaurants In Miaimi-Dade Ordered To Close Indoor Dining AreasMiami-Dade restaurant owners are preparing to close their indoor dining areas again, after an emergency order Monday from Mayor Carlos Gimenez.
Restaurants To Close Indoor Dining AreasMiami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez has ordered restaurant indoor dining areas closed.
Interview With Jackson Health System's Carlos MigoyaPresident and Chief Executive Officer of Jackson Health System, Carlos Migoya spoke to CBS4's Jim DeFede.
Miami-Dade Food Distributions Help Man & Man's Best FriendAs the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise across South Florida as the pandemic drags on, there are those still providing help for those who need it.
Gyms To Stay Open, Indoor Dining Prohibited In Miami-DadeMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez is revising his Emergency Order once again and will not shutdown gyms and fitness studios as originally announced on Monday.
Paris Fashion WeekCreativity and innovation are front and center at this week's Paris Fashion Week.
WEB EXTRA: Driver Fights Off Snake While DrivingWhat would you do if a snake wrapped around your legs while you were driving? One man in Queensland, Australia said that's exactly what happened to him as he cruised down a highway in June.
WEB EXTRA: Rodin Museum in Paris, France ReopensThe Rodin Museum in Paris reopened Tuesday after being closed for four months because of the pandemic. Visitors are encouraged to purchase tickets ahead of time, people 11 and older must wear masks, and other social distancing measures are in place, according to the museum. Weather @ Your Desk 7-7-20 5PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.
'Racist Incident' Under InvestigationA reported 'racist attack' is under investigation in Indiana.
Trump Administration Push To Reopen SchoolsPresident Trump supports the reopening of all schools in the fall.
School Leaders Discuss How To Reopen Schools SafelyCBS4's Joan Murray hears from Broward and Miami-Dade schools superintendents about school reopening in the fall.
Broward Considers Restrictions On RestaurantsBroward restaurants, once again, are facing the possibility of more restrictions after a surge in coronavirus cases.
Gov. DeSantis Sending 100 Nurses To Jackson HealthFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis has agreed to send Jackson Health System extra nurses to help with the increase in COVID-19 patients filling up its intensive care unit.

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