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Addressing Voting ConcernsSupervisors of election for Broward and Miami-Dade joined Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz to discuss voting concerns.
Broward Mayor Dale Holness Updates County On CoronavirusMayor Dale Holness is holding firm on the time restaurants will have to close at night in the county.
Miami Heat Legend At It AgainMiami Heat legend Alonzo Mourning hit the streets once more to help distribute food amoungst the needy.
Brothers Donate 10,000 Masks To Miami Rescue MissionTwo brothers have gone above and beyond in their efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 in South Florida.
Broward Mayor Holness Keeps 10 p.m. As Closing TimeBroward Mayor Dale Holness the county will remain firm as far as 10 p.m. being the time restaurants close in the county.
Parents At NY Community Reunite With Sick KidsParents who could not see their kids during the worst of the coronavirus pandemic in New York are finally getting to spend time with their sick kids.
Protests Follow Beirut BlastProtesters took to the streets of Beirut following an explosion which killed hundreds in the Lebanese capital.
BSO Searches For Jet Ski ShooterAuthorities say an argument led a jet skier on a Dania Beach canal to shoot another man who was on land. Now, authorities would like your help in identifying the accused shooter.
Local Families Look For Alternates To Help With Virtual SchoolingWhen school resumes in a few weeks, kitchen tables will once again turn in to classrooms as most South Florida students begin the school year virtually.
FBI Joins Search For Missing MomThe FBI is now involved in the case of missing Georgia mother Leila Cavett, whose toddler was found barefoot, wandering alone outside a Miramar apartment complex almost two weeks ago.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 8-7-20 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Study Looks At Masks & CoronavirusA new study shows what the impact of masks has been on the spread of the coronavirus.
Police Arrest Man Accused Of Shooting At OfficersAn arrest has been made in a shooting incident Wednesday night when a man opened fire on several undercover Miami-Dade police officers in Perrine.
Iconic Restaurant Forced To Close Due To The PandemicAn iconic Miami-Dade restaurant is closing at the end of the month as “another victim of the pandemic.”
Will There Be Another Stimulus Package?Lawmakers continue to debate a new stimulus package to help those affected by the coronavirus.
Plantation Gym Owner Arrested AgainA Plantation gym owner has been arrested for the third for failing to follow the county's reopening guidelines.
WEB EXTRA: Most and Least Pet-Friendly Cities In The U.S.WalletHub is out with its 2020 list of most pet friendly cities in the U.S. Here’s a look at the top 10 and bottom 10. See if your city made the list.
WEB EXTRA: BSO Releases Video Of Wanted Jet Ski ShooterBSO investigators are looking for the person who shot another man while riding a jet ski.
Miami Lighthouse For The Blind and Visually Impaired Provides Meals To Needy Families With Blind or Visually Impaired ChildrenMiami Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired provided meals to needy families with blind or visually impaired children who have been economically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. These meals came from Perricone's Marketplace & Cafe restaurant in Miami.
WEB EXTRA: Young Gorilla Tries To Play With DadIf you are home with kids during coronavirus-related shutdowns, can you relate to this? A staff member at the Fort Worth Zoo took this video Tuesday of 4-year-old gorilla Gus trying to play with his dad... who just wasn't having it!
WEB EXTRA: Baby Turtles Released Into OceanThese baby sea turtles splashed into the ocean for the first time in Bali, Indonesia on Friday. About 10,000 were released. Organizers say they hatched at the Bali Sea Turtles Conservation from eggs found on beaches.
CBSMiami.com Weather 8/7 12PMPartly to mostly sunny with slight chance for showers.
US Added More Jobs Than Expected Last MonthMichael George reports those July numbers reveal a resurgence of the coronavirus is cooling down economic growth this summer.
Non-Profit Provides Nurse Family With A Temporary HomeBrooke Shafer reports a fire destroyed their home last week. They now have a two bedroom apartment to live in rent free for the next several months.

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