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Florida’s Back-To-School Sales Tax Holiday Starts July 31Anyone purchasing supplies will get a break from the state’s 6% sales tax which can add up to big savings for families as the summer break ends and the new school year begins. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/3ePvAhn
Crestview Towers Residents Being Allowed To Slowly Return To Move Out BelongingsIt’s been nearly three weeks since the North Miami Beach was evacuated because of concerns about its structural integrity.
Police Searching For Karla Argueta & Audree Guevara, Who Went Missing In HialeahAccording to police, 14-year-old Karla Argueta and 9-year-old Audree Guevara were given permission by their parents to walk to the Moonlight Beauty Salon, located at 1368 Palm Avenue on Sunday afternoon, but they never came back home. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/2UUvTQW
Whole Foods Thief Steals $1,300 Worth Of Wine, SeafoodA photograph released by police shows the suspect inside the store located at 14956 Pines Boulevard on July 15. Read more: https://cbsloc.al/2UIjJLf
Rally In Support Of Cuba To Take Place In Pembroke PinesCBS4's Joan Murray has the details.
Infant, Mother Hurt After Car Crashes Into New York StoreCBS4's Lauren Pastrana has more on the heroic efforts to save them both.
More Than 3 Million Pounds Of Dead Fish Cleaned Up In Northwest Coast Of FloridaIt's being called the worst red tide fish kill.
Thousands Of Cuban Americans Converge On DC To Show Support For Freedom Fighters In CubaCBS4's Eliott Rodriguez reports the demonstrators say Cuba’s fight for freedom is being ignored by the Biden administration.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Says Event In Support Of Cuba, Venezuela & Nicaragua To Take Place At Bayfront ParkCBS4's Austin Carter has more on the mayor's "cry for freedom."
Jackson Memorial’s COVID ICU A Full House Of Unvaccinated PatientsCBS4's Ted Scouten reports on the stresses the frontline workers are facing as a result of this fourth wave.
With Local COVID Cases Increasing At An Alarming Rate, More Testing Sites Being OpenedCBS4's Peter D'Oench shares the details.
WEB EXTRA: Surfside Condo Collapse Recovery Update 7-26Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava reported the last remaining missing person has been accounted for and the family notified.
Fins On 4: Dolphins OffenseThe Miami Dolphins kick off the 2021 Season as Training Camp begins Wednesday July 28. Coach Brian Flores leads Miami in his 3rd season as Head Coach. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa returns for his sophomore season under center. The offense added some more speed in the draft and free agency and will now look to score more points on the board this season. Jim Berry, Mike Cugno, and Steve Goldstein break down the Dolphins offense before Camp Dolphins starts.
Conviction Upheld In Florida Man's 'Horrific' Sex Trafficking CrimesPointing to a “grotesque combination of physical abuse and emotional manipulation,” a federal appeals court has upheld the conviction and five life sentences of a South Florida man who forced women, including minors, to work as prostitutes.
Broward County Residents File Lawsuit Challenging Florida's Unemployment Money HaltBroward County residents struggling financially because of the COVID-19 pandemic have filed a lawsuit challenging a decision by Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration to cut off federal unemployment money for Floridians. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Fins On 4: Dolphins New Defensive Back Jason McCourtyJason McCourty said he looks forward to the challenge of working on being the best team they can be.
CBSMiami.com Weather 7/26/2021 12PMShowers and storms move across South Florida through late afternoon.
Broward School District Negotiates Contract With Interim Superintendent Vickie CartwrightThe entire school board must approve the contract by Wednesday.
AAA: Florida Gas Prices Drop SlightlyPrices at the pumps are going down, ever so slightly. According to AAA, Florida gas prices have gradually declined, falling a total of 4 cents during the past two weeks. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Coral Cables Condo Residents Can Stay Put After Emergency Measures TakenEngineers said they will have their final report on the building repairs that are needed by Friday.
As Cases Climb, New COVID-19 Test Sites Open In FloridaPeter D'Oench reports last week the state's health department announced more than 11-thousand new cases in Miami-Dade, an increase of more than six thousand cases from the week before.
Jupiter, Saturn Visible In Night Time Sky During 'Opposition'Have you noticed the two bright objects in the eastern sky just after sunset? Easily seen just above the moon over the weekend were Jupiter and Saturn. Geoff Petrulis reports.
Dr. Leon L. Haley Jr., CEO Of UF Health Jacksonville, Died After Personal Watercraft AccidentLauded for his efforts in response to COVID-19, the CEO of UF Health Jacksonville died in an accident involving a personal watercraft over the weekend. Geoff Petrulis reports.
House Committee To Begin January 6th Capitol Insurrection InvestigationChristina Ruffini reports there's been a second Republican appointment to the committee.

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