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Dolphins Donate New Football Equipment To Edison HighThe Miami Dolphins were quick to step up when a local high school football team was suddenly in need.
Local Congresswoman Files Bill To Enter Migrant Detention Centers Without WarningThere is an intensifying push on Capitol Hill to ensure oversight of migrant detention facilities, particularly the one for migrant children in Homestead.
Woman Charged In DUI Crash That Killed Grandmother & Granddaughter Appears Before JudgeThe woman accused of killing two people while driving drunk in Deerfield Beach earlier this year was back in a South Florida courtroom on Tuesday.
Showing Of Support For BSO Deputy Killed In Line Of DutyOn Tuesday, the Broward Sheriff's Office welcomed the family of a deputy who was killed in a deadly crash on Sunday at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
Florida Sen. Lauren Book Asks Gov. DeSantis To Look Into EpsteinThere is new fallout from wealthy convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s indictment earlier this month.
Person Struck By Lightning In Miami-DadeA person was rushed to the hospital after reportedly being struck by lightning.
Police Investigate Shooting In NE MiamiCity of Miami police detectives are investigating an early-morning shooting in Northeast Miami.
WEB EXTRA: Lauderhill Firefighter Saves Two Ducklings From Storm Drain, Attacked By Mother DuckA Lauderhill firefighter was trying to save ducklings from a storm drain, when their protective mother attacked him. Fortunately, nobody was hurt and the duck family was reunited! Weather @ Your Desk 7-23-19 5PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.

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I-95 Reopens Following Truck FireThree northbound lanes on I-95 near Oakland Park Boulevard are reopen after being shutdown for hours in the wake of a tractor trailer fire.
Search Warrants Issued For Phones Of Officials Accused In Chat ScandalAmid days of protests in Puerto Rico and around the world, a judge issued search warrants on Tuesday for the phones of the government officials who are believed to have been involved in an online chat that ignited political crisis and public uproar in the country.
Police Search For Person Accused Of Threatening Law EnforcementCity of Miami police detectives were searching for an individual they say made 'specific threats' against law enforcement.
Broward High School Teacher Accused Of Sexually Assaulting MinorA Broward teacher is facing several charges Tuesday after being accused of having sex with a minor.
1 Person Rushed To Hospital Following Report Of Lightning StrikeA person was rushed to the hospital on Tuesday after reportedly being struck by lightning.
WEB EXTRA: Police Donate To Lemonade StandWhen life gives you lemons, make lemonade. That's what two girls who were trying to raise money for charity did. Take a look at how the Naperville Police Department helped out.
WEB EXTRA: Tiger Swims To Beat The HeatTake a look at how this Sumatran tiger beat the heat at ZSL London Zoo. The zoo said they served "Asim" the tiger his lunch in the pool to encourage him to swim and cool down. The temperature in London soared into the 90s on Tuesday.
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WEB EXTRA: Boris Johnson: "Dude, We Are Going To Energize The CountryBORIS JOHNSON: "I say to all the doubters: dude, we are going to energize the country." Conservative party members voted for Boris Johnson to be the U.K.'s next prime minister. Johnson replaces Prime Minister Theresa May - who resigned after criticism of her handling of Britain's exit from the European Union.
WEB EXTRA: Daniel Radcliffe Turns 30Happy birthday Daniel Radcliffe! The British actor who famously portrayed boy wizard Harry Potter turns 30 years old today. Take a look at how Radcliffe has grown up since the magical films began. Weather @ Your Desk 7-23-19 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Grab Your Tickle Stick: Florida's Lobster Mini-Season Begins At MidnightGet ready to grab your tickle stick, Florida divers and lobster lovers will begin diving the depths for the state's annual two-day lobster mini-season.
Attorney's For Mail Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc Ask For LeniencyLawyers for a South Florida man, Cesar Sayoc, who pleaded guilty to mailing crudely made pipe bombs to critics of President Trump and members of the media, say he should spend no more than 10 years and one month in prison.
S. Florida Financier Jeffrey Epstein Appeals Denial Of BailSouth Florida financier Jeffrey Epstein and his lawyers appealed a denial of bail order on Tuesday.
Police Investigate Shooting In NE MiamiCity of Miami police detectives are investigating an early-morning Tuesday shooting in Northeast Miami.
Death Penalty Sought In Case Of Former Norland High Assistant PrincipalProsecutors announced they will seek the death penalty in the case of a former assistant principal, accused of killing a fellow teacher.
Boil Water Order Lifted For All Remaining Areas Affected By Water Main BreakFollowing a water main break last week, Fort Lauderdale residents received good news on Tuesday, when city officials lifted a boil water notice for all remaining areas of the city.
Apartment Residents Forced Out By Fire In MiamiSeven people are without a home Tuesday after flames broke out at a Miami apartment overnight.
Traffic Alert: Truck Fire On NB I-95Three northbound lanes on I-95 near Oakland Park Boulevard are shut down following a tractor-trailer fire.
Tracking The Tropics: Tropical Depression Off Florida DissipatesA tropical depression which formed Monday off the southeast coast of Florida, between the Sunshine State and the Northwest Bahamas, has dissipated with the latest advisory.

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