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CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 7-19-19 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Express Lane Closures For Palmetto Expressway Set To BeginThe highly anticipated express lanes on the usually overcrowded State Road 826/Palmetto Expressway are about to become a reality.
Family Plea Held After Deadly Miami ShootingThe family of a young woman who was gunned down in Miami is asking for the public's help in finding her killer.
Active Shooter Drill At FAU In Boca Will Include Sounds Of Explosions and GunfirePolice and fire-rescue personnel will swarm Florida Atlantic University Saturday to practice how they would respond if an active shooter were reported on campus. Curtis Silva reports.
Additional Charges For South Florida Swim Instructor Accused Of Child MolestationA South Florida swimming instructor who was arrested earlier this week after being accused of fondling two young girls during a swim lesson is now facing an additional charge.
Miramar Police Officer Injured In Hit & RunA Miramar police officer was hospitalized after he was struck by a driver.
Palm Beach Sheriff Launches Internal Investigation Into How Agency Handled Jeffrey Epstein's Work ReleasePalm Beach Sheriff Ric Bradshaw has ordered an internal affairs investigation into how his agency handled Jeffrey Epstein's case while he was on a work-release program more than a decade ago.
Fort Lauderdale Remains Under Boil Water Notice Following Short-Term Fix Of Water Main BreakA boil water notice remains in effect for residents and businesses who get their water from the city of Fort Lauderdale.
WEB EXTRA: Man Climbs Down Building To Escape FireA man clung to the outside of a West Philadelphia high-rise and then climbed down at least 14 floors after a fire caused a building evacuation. Take a look at how the risky move helped him escape.
WEB EXTRA: Meet This Baby ElephantA zoo in Austria introduced a baby female elephant Thursday. She was born five days ago and weighed about 198 pounds at birth. She doesn't have a name yet, but the public can vote on what it should be. Watch as she stumbles after her mom in the zoo's enclosure.
WEB EXTRA: Chance The Snapper's New HomeChance the Snapper, the alligator from Chicago's Humboldt Park, has found a permanent home. The St. Augustine Alligator Farm in St. Augustine, Florida welcomed the gator on Thursday. Chance joins approximately 1.2 million other gators in his new home state.
Web Extra: Hemingway Look-Alikes Converge On Key WestAbout 135 bearded men who look uncannily like Ernest Hemingway have converged on Key West to compete in the Hemingway Look-Alike Contest.
Blind, Visually Impaired Kids Got Special "Touch Tour" Of Marlins ParkMarlins catcher Bryan Holaday hosted the kids from the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind who got to try on the equipment, sit in the dug out, and touch the freshly mowed field.
Friday Flix: The Lion KingLisa Petrillo sat down with two of the stars who lent their voices to Disney's live action remake of The Lion King.
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Heroes Among Us: World War II US Army Veteran Morris "Chick" ChaseSgt. Morris Chase served from 1943 to 1945 and was part of the United States Army Air Corps.
Trending: Brad Pitt's New MovieBrad Pitt to start in sci-fi thriller "Ad Astra" which hits theaters September 20th
Weekend Closure Of Two Palmetto Expressway LanesThe two inside lanes between NW 154th Street and NW 122nd Street will be closed for installation of express lane markers.
President Trump Says He's Not Happy With "Send Her Back" Chant At RallyLaura Podesta reports the president said he wasn't happy with the chant at a North Carolina rally and even tried to stop it.
Broward Judge Under Investigation For Her ActionsJudge Gina Hawkins reportedly put her hands around a man's neck and shook him.
Your CBS4 Forecast For Friday 7/19CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be partly cloudy and warm with spotty showers in the morning.
Boil Water Notice Remains In Effect For Ft. Lauderdale Water CustomersRielle Creighton reports the water is flowing again .
Miramar Officer Injured By Driver In Shopping PlazaRielle Creighton reports the officer was taken to Memorial Regional Hospital with serious injuries.
CBSMiami.com Weather 7/19 6AMToday will be partly cloudy, with spotty showers in the morning. High 89F.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 7-18-19 11PMCBS4 News meteorologist Dave Warren's weather outlook for South Florida.
Dolphins' Kendrick Norton Goes HomeMiami Dolphins' Kendrick Norton went home on Thursday after weeks at the hospital, recovering from having lost his arm after an accident.
Broward County Judge Vegina Hawkins Could Be Suspended After ConfrontationAn investigative panel has asked the Florida Supreme Court to suspend a Broward County circuit judge who allegedly put her hands around the neck of an employee and shook him.
Thousands Affected By Fort Lauderdale Water Main Break, OutageMore than 220,000 customers who get their water from the city of Fort Lauderdale are under a boil water notice and have been told their taps may run dry after a major water main break.
Water Service In Fort Lauderdale Restored With 'Short-Term Fix'Water service has been restored to much of Fort Lauderdale, according to Mayor Dean Trantalis, just hours after declaring a local state of emergency.