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WEB EXTRA: COVID-19 Vaccines Given On Side Of HighwayWhen a group giving out COVID-19 vaccines got stuck in the snow on a highway in Oregon, they set up a makeshift clinic, so the doses didn't go to waste.
Citizens Approves 7.2% Rate HikeIt would take effect in August.
Miami-Dade Corrections Searching For Inmate 'Released In Error'Eduardo Cabana was released in error from TGK on Jan. 25.
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Survivor Reiterates ‘The ‘Never Again’ Has To Be Said Over & Over’CBS4's Hank Tester shares Holocaust survivor Suly Chenkin's message.
Fort Lauderdale Mayor Has Talks With Elon Musk's Company About Tunnel IdeaCBS4's Ted Scouten has more on the traffic easing concept.
UF Researchers Find Two-Drug Combo Shows Dramatic Results In COVID-19 PatientsThe study found that patients were who giving a combination of the anti-inflammatory drug baricitinib and the antiviral drug remdesivir while receiving high flow oxygen or noninvasive ventilation had a recovery time of 10 days, compared with 18 days for patients receiving only remdesivir.
Eyes On The Belt, Boxer Melissa Hernandez Coming Out Of RetirementSix-time female world boxing champion Melissa Hernandez comes out of retirement to challenge Chantelle Cameron.
NFL Honoring 3 Americans For Helping Their Community During This Challenging YearCBS4's Manuel Bojorquez has more on these honorary captains.
It's International Holocaust Remembrance DayCBS4's Danya Bacchus shares how the only survivor-founded Holocaust museum is trying to educate and inspire.
Struggling Movie Theaters Getting Some Financial HelpSmaller companies are getting stimulus aid from Washington.
Missing Miami Shores Man Mernier Sainvil Found DeadPolice said at this time they do not suspect foul play.
Miami-Dade PD Ups Reward To Find Person Who Killed Palmetto Bay ManCBS4's Joan Murray spoke with Jack Swerdloff, the father of the victim, Aaron Swerdloff. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3t4tJug
'Tina', Among Other COVID-Sniffing Dogs, To Ensure Safety As Changes Continue In Order For Heat Games EntryThe support from the Heat fans are back Thursday at the AmericanAirlines Arena with the help of COVID-sniffing dogs and the team will continue COVID-19 safety protocols,
Ex-CBS Reporter Don Champion Comes Forward With Discrimination ClaimCBS4's Jericka Duncan spoke with Champion, who said in a Facebook post he was "bullied and discriminated against for being a gay Black man."
CBSMiami.com Weather 1-27-21 5PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Wednesday evening weather forecast.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Announces Partnership To Restore Portion Of Biscayne BayLast year, low oxygen levels killed thousands of fish in the bay.
President Joe Biden Lays Out His Climate Change AgendaCBS4's Natalie Brand reports from the White House.
COVID Stats Snapshot 1-27-21The Florida Department of Health has reported another 8,408 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday.
Miami Commissioner Jeffrey Watson Urges African American Residents To Learn More About Coronavirus VaccineCBS4's Peter D'Oench shares Watson's message.
Nation's Top Scientists, Health Officials Hold 1st Virtual Briefing To Discuss Federal COVID ResponseCBS4's Naomi Ruchim reports on the latest COVID developments from around the nation.
A Cold Front Is ComingWednesday night's lows will fall to the upper 60s under partly cloudy skies. As the winds lighten up overnight, patchy fog will be possible.
WEB EXTRA: Fire Hydrant Geyser In CaliforniaA truck hit a fire hydrant creating a geyser in Los Angeles, California Wednesday (1/27).
WEB EXTRA CDC Director Discusses COVID Vaccine Second Dose Time Frame And If Vaccines Are InterchangeableWhat if you can't get the second dose within the recommended time frame, and are the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines interchangeable? The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, explains the CDC's guidance.
WEB EXTRA: CDC Director Discusses Some Of The Possible COVID-19 Vaccine Side EffectsDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky says "the COVID vaccines are safe" and cases of anaphylaxis are "rare" and "treatable." Dr. Walensky also explains the possible mild side effects.