The U.S. launches its second secret spy satellite in less than three weeks.
Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa Misses Practice Because Of IllnessMiami Dolphins rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa missed practice Wednesday because of an illness that wasn't related to the coronavirus, coach Brian Flores said. Katie Johnston reports.
California Wildfires Lead To EvacuationsCBS's Jonathan Digliadi shares the latest details on the glass fire in California.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 9-30-20 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Police Showcase Romero Britto Pink Police Vehicle For Breast Cancer AwarenessOn Wednesday, the Miami-Dade Chiefs of Police Association hosted its annual pink photoshoot on Miami Beach. The event showcased Miami-Dade Police agencies' "pink vehicles" in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month which runs through the month of October.
Hearing Held For Man Accused In Metromover AttackA judge held an animated hearing for a man accused of beating a woman inside a metromover in downtown Miami.
Plantation Crash Sends Four People To HospitalA crash in Plantation has sent four people to the hospital.
War Of Words During First Presidential DebatePresident Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Bident exchanged harsh accusations during the first presidential debate on Tuesday evening.
Louisiana Man Who Hid In Florida Teen's Room For Weeks Arrested On Sex ChargesPolice say a Louisiana man faces charges including lewd and lascivious behavior after he was found hiding in a Florida teenager's closet. He had been staying in the minor's bedroom for more than a month, according to authorities. Katie Johnston reports
Tampa Airport Will Begin Testing Passengers For CoronavirusTampa International Airport will begin testing passengers for the coronavirus in its terminal. Katie Johnston reports.
Florida Hotels Look To Congress Amid Job LossesNearly 40 percent of hotel workers in Florida have lost their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic, and industry lobbyists warn that could reach 70 percent this winter without further assistance from Congress. Katie Johnston reports.
WEB EXTRA: Emergency Jet PackParamedics could soon be taking to the skies over England in jet packs to help access patients in hard to reach areas even faster.
CBS News Poll: How Did The First Presidential Debate Make You FeelRight after the debate, CBS News asked voters: How did the debate make you feel? Most said they came away feeling annoyed. It was the top feeling among each candidate's supporters.
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CBS4 Forecast For Wednesday 9/30CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says it will be partly cloudy this morning with thunderstorms becoming likely this afternoon. Some of those storms could produce heavy downpours.
Trending: Lion KingSouth Florida's own Barry Jenkins, who directed Oscar winning "Moonlight," is set to direct a new Lion King film for Disney.
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 9/30Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Deadly Shooting At Amazon Fulfillment Center In JacksonvilleWoman was killed, man injured. Sheriff's office investigating it as a domestic situation.
Miami-Dade Schools Begin Staggered Reopening On Oct. 5Brooke Shafer reports the Miami-Dade School Board changed plans after pressure from the state.
First President Debate A Contentious, Messy AffairLaura Podesta reports the two candidates sparred over several topics, including healthcare, the coronavirus and race.
CBSMiami.com Weather 9/30 6AMPartly cloudy this morning with thunderstorms becoming likely this afternoon. Highs around 90F.
Eye On The Day 9/30Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: There was little order throughout much of last night’s presidential debate, Breonna Taylor grand jury proceedings expected to be made public today, and NYC is starting to fine people who refuse to wear face masks. .
CBSMiami.com Weather 9-29-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Tuesday night weather forecast.
Miami-Dade, Miami Mayors Reiterate Local COVID Restrictions After State's Push Into Phase 3CBS4's Karli Barnett shares the messages from Mayors Carlos Gimenez and Francis Suarez.
Miami-Dade Schools Caves To State Pressure And Will Resume In-Class Learning On Oct. 5CBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on the decision.