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Phishing Scams Have Increased During PandemicCBS4's Nancy Chen explains what to look out for. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/2Q04kU3
Virginia Police Officer Fired After Black Army Lieutenant Pepper-Sprayed, Handcuffed During Traffic StopOfficer Joe Gutierrez was fired following the December 5 incident, which was captured on video, the town of Windsor, Virginia said in a statement Sunday, acknowledging the "unfortunate events that transpired." Caron Nazario, a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, who is Black and Latino, is suing the town.
Pivoting On The Pandemic: Coral Gables Books & Books Stayed Alive With Virtual EventsCBS4's Hank Tester reports how Mitch Kaplan kept his business running during these tough times. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/2RqsiIl
President Biden Stepping Up Push To Sell Multi-Trillion Dollar Infrastructure ProposalCBS4's Natalie Brand has the latest from Capitol Hill.
CBSMiami.com Weather 4-12-21 5PMCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Monday evening weather forecast.
Britain In Week Of National Mourning Following Death Of Prince PhillipCBS4's Ian Lee has more from London.
George Floyd's Brother Gives Emotional Testimony At Derek Chauvin’s Murder TrialThe trial, now in its third week, also saw more testimony from medical experts.
Gov. DeSantis Blasts YouTube For Censorship After COVID Roundtable Video RemovedThe ramped-up criticism by the Republican governor came as lawmakers try to work out details of a bill that takes aim at tech companies, an issue that DeSantis championed as one of his top priorities for this year’s legislative session. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/327IFeX
Florida Policing Changes Stalled As Legislative Session Winds DownAfter the Florida Legislative Black Caucus rolled out a slew of policing reform bills in February, many of the measures have not been heard in committees as time winds down on the 60-day legislative session. Katie Johnston reports.
COVID Stats Snapshot 4-12-21The Florida Department of Health reported another 1,613 new coronavirus cases on Monday. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3a4oRxI
Miami-Dade County Is No Longer Under A CurfewCBS4's Keith Jones reports on the lifting of the countywide curfew. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/327DU57
Sunday's Stormy Weather Still Causing Flight Delays, Cancellations At South Florida AirportsCBS4's Joan Murray has more on the travel troubles. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3sbuSPc
Multiple People Injured, Including Officer, In Tennessee High School ShootingThe Knox County Sheriff's Office said there is no longer an active threat.
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First Floor Engulfed In Flames In Miami Beach Apartment FireTwenty-eight people, including five children, were impacted by the fire, the Red Cross is assisting them.
30,000 Florida Keys Customers Lose Power After Sailboat Gets Stuck In Transmission LinesA major power outage in the lower Florida Keys is being blamed on a sailboat that got stuck in transmission lines on Monday morning, officials said. Katie Johnston reports.
Cruise Lines Poised For Rebound When The Can Resume SailingsCarnival Corp. said passenger reservations have nearly doubled over the past few months.
Britain Is In Week Of Mourning Over Death Of Prince PhilipIan Lee is in London with a look ahead to his funeral next weekend.
CBSMiami.com Weather 4/12/2021 12PMMixed clouds and sun with scattered thunderstorms.
Motorcyclist Killed In I-95 CrashThe crash, near Hallandale Beach Boulevard, involved three vehicles including the motorcycle.
Biden Administration Accelerating Vaccine Roll OutNatalie Brand reports the administration it will not change how it distributes the vaccines to states, even if some are seeing a rise in new cases.
Tentative Schedule Released For Class Of 2021 In-Person High School Graduations In Miami-DadeThere is now a tentative schedule available for in-person high school graduation ceremonies in Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Katie Johnston reports.
Miami-Dade Ends Midnight CurfewMayor Daniella Levine Cava urges county residents to wear a mask and social distance,
Florida Teen Electrocuted During Severe StormA 17-year-old Florida girl died on Sunday when her car collided with a downed power line in Hernando County, north of Tampa. Katie Johnston reports.

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