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Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Rep. Debbie Wasserman SchultzJim DeFede and the congresswoman delve into a number of topics, including the Supreme Court ruling this week that keeps the Affordable Care Act as is.
Facing South Florida: Spanish Language Media in South FloridaJim DeFede spoke with Ninoska Perez, host of Radio Mambi, about the the rise of misinformation and disinformation in Spanish language media here in South Florida.
CBSMiami.com Sunday Weather 6-20-21CBS4 Meteorologist Jennifer Correa has your Sunday weather forecast.
Miami-Dade PD Investigating Officer-Involved ShootingAccording to MDPD, the incident happened at 79 Avenue and West Flagler Street after 9 p.m. Saturday.
CBSMiami.com Saturday Night Weather 6-19-21CBS4 Meteorologist Dave Warren has your Saturday night weather forecast.
New Street Sign In Broward County Now Bears Names Of Two Legendary Civil Rights ActivistsCBS4's Karli Barnett has more on the unveiling ceremony.
Miami-Dade PD Responding To Police-Involved ShootingAccording to MDPD, the shooting happened at 79 Avenue and West Flagler Street.
Truck Crashes Into Pedestrians At Wilton Manors Pride Parade, Killing 1CBS4's Bobeth Yates spoke to a witness who said the driver was wearing a pride shirt and that truck, which had a pride flag on it, was participating in the parade.
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Pride Month Celebrated In WynwoodPeople came together in Wynwood to celebrate Pride Month.
Deadly Shooting InvestigatedMiami police detectives are investigating a deadly shooting at Northwest 62nd Lane and 12th Avenue.
Broward Renames Street After Civil Rights Leaders On JuneteenthA Juneteenth celebration was held in Broward County with the renaming of a street to honor two legendary civil rights activists.
Juneteeth Celebrated In OvertownA community party was held in Overtown to celebrate the first official Juneteenth.
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Tropical Storm Claudette Forms, Lashes Gulf CoastTropical Storm Claudette dumped heavy rain across coastal areas of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama as it chugged inland Saturday, threatening flash floods and possibly tornadoes along its soggy course across the Southeast.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 6-18-21 11PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Coral Gables Man Refuses To Sell Family House Swallowed By Massive DevelopmentCBS4's Jessica Vallejo reports on a Coral Gables man refusing to sell his $600 million commercial development because of a 'sentimental' tie he has with it.
Cruising: Gov. Ron DeSantis Gets Victory Over CDCA Federal district court delivered a victory for Governor Ron DeSantis against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Miami-Dade Leaders Meet To Tackle Elderly AbuseCBS4's Bobeth Yates reports on South Florida leaders tackling the senior scam crimes.
WEB EXTRA: Stray Dog Has New Lease On Life After Getting 7 Lbs Of Matted Fur Shaved OffWhen a matted, skinny stray dog arrived at Kansas City Pet Project in Missouri, the team didn’t know how bad his condition was. But after a shave and some much-needed care, Simon the Shih Tzu has a new lease on life.
WEB EXTRA: Officer Helps Free Deer From FenceOfficers in Glendale, CA helped a deer stuck in a fence on June 13th. The responding officers said the animal was in distress as its mother "stood by looking on." Once freed, the deer was reunited with its mom, according to police.
Former Vice President Pence Gets Booed Off Stage At ConferenceFormer V Mike Pence was booed off stage at a conference in Orlando.
WEB EXTRA: Dog Runs Away From People Trying To Catch Her On Road In PeruThis dog named “Muchi” kept running away from people trying to catch her after she got loose on a road in Lima, Peru Thursday (6/17). The pooch eventually ran into a vet clinic and was reunited with her owners, according to local officials. They said “Muchi” did hurt her paw.
U.S. Conference Of Catholic Bishops Vote Document That Denies Communion For Some PoliticiansThe U.S. Conference Of Catholic Bishops voted to draft an official document that denies communion to some politicians.

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