Andrew Cooks is speaking for the first time while recuperating from a gunshot wound to the stomach.
WEB EXTRA: Locusts Swarm In IndiaThis video shows massive swarms of locusts in Northern and Central India Sunday and Monday. Pesticides were sprayed in some areas to try to contain the locusts.
Questions About The Accuracy Of Coronavirus Antibody TestsNew government guidance is raising doubt about the accuracy of coronavirus antibody tests. The CDC says the tests, used to determine if people have been infected in the past, could be wrong up to half the time. It recommends they not be used to decide who returns to work. This comes as two major testing companies, Quest Diagnostics and Labcorp, are rolling out expanded testing programs. In our collaboration with the journalism company "Clear Health Costs," CBS News Consumer Investigative Correspondent Anna Werner has been looking into those programs.
The Digital Divide For Latino Students During The Coronavirus PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic is highlighting the digital divide affecting students in America. Analysis from the Pew Research Center shows nearly 25% of Hispanic children live in households without high-speed internet and 18% of Latino teenagers don't have access to a home computer at all. CBS News contributor Maria Elena Salinas takes a look at the challenges some students face with distance learning.
WEB EXTRA: Crews Sanitize Streets In Moscow, RussiaCrews sanitized streets in Moscow, Russia Thursday. The mayor wrote in a blog post that it's too early to lift coronavirus restrictions altogether, but people can take walks starting June 1. The mayor's office added that a map will show the days and times when walks are allowed.
WEB EXTRA: Protesters Set Fires, Loot Stores In MinneapolisFires were set and businesses looted Wednesday night in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This was the second night of protests after George Floyd died in police custody. The mayor of Minneapolis has requested help from the National Guard.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 5-28-20 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Feeding South Florida Gets Major Monetary BoostElected officials from the Cities of Fort Lauderdale, Oakland Park, and Wilton Manors presented a joint check for $9,000 to Feeding South Florida on Thursday.
Latest COVID-19 NumbersThe US reaches a new grim milestone as 100,000 Americans have died in the last few months from the virus.
Parts of Minneapolis Burn During ProtestsViolent protests continued in Minneapolis following the death of George Floyd.
Police Investigate Shooting Of Man, Pregnant WomanThe Miami-Dade Police Department is investigating the shooting of a man and a pregnant woman in Northwest Miami.
Mosquito-Borne Illness Alert For Miami-Dade After New Case Of West Nile VirusThe Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County is under a mosquito-borne illness alert after another confirmed case of West Nile virus. Katie Johnston reports.
Florida Man Accused Of Planning ISIS Terrorist Attack In Tampa AreaA Florida man, accused of planning to carry out a terrorist attack in Tampa Bay on behalf of the Islamic State of Iraq, has now been officially charged by federal prosecutors. Katie Johnston reports.
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Coronavirus Death Toll Passes 100,000 In The U.S.The death toll from the coronavirus in the US now stands at more than 100-thousand. CBS's Ian Lee looks at some of the lives lost and what's still ahead
Flood Water Still Receding In Parts of Miami-DadeMore rain brought more trouble for drivers in parts of South Florida which were still flooded out from days of drenching downpours.
Potential Class Action Lawsuit Regarding Ultra Music Festival Ticket RefundsTwo men are suing organizers of Ultra Music Festival, claiming they were denied refunds after the the three-day electronic dance music festival in Miami was canceled in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Miami Proud: COVID-19 Changing The Job Of Animal Services Supervisor Sean GallagherCBS4 News 6:00 a.m.In his own words, Miami-Dade Animal Services Enforcement Supervisor Sean Gallagher explains how the coronavirus pandemic has affected his job on the frontlines.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 5-29-20 6amMostly sunny, with a high near 88
WEB EXTRA: Buses Form "2020" For Students In Class Of 2020The Loveland High School class of 2020 in Ohio got a special graduation shout out. Their bus drivers formed a giant 2020 using school buses.
WEB EXTRA: Eye on the Day May 28U.S. coronavirus deaths pass 100,000, protests in Minneapolis get violent, and NASA reschedules its historic launch for this weekend. Will you be tuning in?
WEB EXTRA: Grandma Wears Unicorn Costume To Hug GrandsonsA grandma in Cinnaminson, NJ bought an inflatable unicorn costume from Amazon so she could hug her two grandsons on May 24. It's the first time the three shared a hug since March 17 when areas started to shut down because of the pandemic.
CBSMiami.com Weather 05-27-20 11PMMeteorologist Dave Warren has your Wednesday night weather forecast.