A mix of clouds and sun. High 95F.
WEB EXTRA Drive-through toilet paper stationA store in Germany has started selling toilet paper via a drive-through system. The manager came up with the idea because there are a limited number of people allowed in his store at a time. He said he only started selling toilet paper because of the high demand for it amid the coronavirus pandemic.
WEB EXTRA: 104-Year-Old COVID-19 SurvivorThis man from Oregon celebrated his 104th birthday on Wednesday. Doctors also just said he’s recovered from COVID-19, a disease that is particularly dangerous for the elderly.
Miami Proud: Injured Pit Bull Rescued By Kind Heated BSO FirefighterTed Scouten reports firefighter Marcus Alphonse was honored for his actions. Note: This story was produced before the coronavirus pandemic made social distancing necessary.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 4-2-20 12PMCBS4 News meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez's weather outlook for South Florida.
Hurricane Season PredictionsOn Thursday, weather experts from Colorado State University released their yearly hurricane prediction for the upcoming season.
Latest Efforts To Combat COVID-19CBS News report from the White House on the efforts to combat the coronavirus
Stay-At-Home Order Goes Into Effect TonightFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis's stay-at-home order goes into effect at midnight tonight.
Latest From New YorkCBS News report from New York on the coronavirus.
New Coronavirus Testing Sites Open UpThere are new COVID-19 testing sites in South Florida.
WEB EXTRA: Something To Brighten Your DayBreathe, just breathe. If you are feeling coronavirus anxiety which is sweeping South Florida faster than the pandemic itself, sometimes you just have to pause and enjoy a moment, a memory or some beautiful scenery. So pause now for this montage of beautiful South Florida images taken by photographer and CBS4 Weather Watcher Brooke Trace.
Ships Off Port Everglades Ready To DockThe Holland America cruise ships Zaandam and Rotterdam are off the coast of South Florida and have been given conditional approval to dock at Port Everglades.
The Villages' Residents Tee It Up During Stay At Home AdvisoryWhile some activities have been curtailed in central Florida's The Villages due to coronavirus concerns, golf will go on. Katie Johnston reports.
Archbishop of Miami Thomas Wenski Asks Priests To Refrain From Services That Would Potentially Spread VirusThomas Wenski, Archbishop of Miami, is asking priests to refrain from offering “drive-through” palms, confessions or holy Communion or “any similar type of activity” that would encourage people to leave their homes. Katie Johnston reports.
Miami Beach Opens Its First COVID-19 Mobile Testing SiteThe temporary site opened to the public at 10:00 a.m. Thursday at the City’s municipal parking lot located at 4621 Collins Avenue, right across the street from the Eden Roc Hotel. Katie Johnston reports.
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Americans Stranded In Ecuador Flown To MiamiThey will now self-quarantine for 14 days.
More Than 5,000 Americans Have Died From CoronavirusRylee Carlson reports some much needed help has arrived in the hardest hit spots around the country, but medical supplies are running low.
Your CBS4 Forecast For Thursday 4/2CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says today will be mostly sunny and not as warm. Afternoon highs will be near 80F.
Eye On The Day 4/2Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: New York City's Central Park field hospital begins accepting patients, more states expand stay-at-home orders, and wedding guests made out of cardboard. What do you think of the creative solution?
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 4/2Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Two Holland America Cruise Ships Off Coast Of South FloridaJessica Vallejo reports they still haven't been given permission to dock.
CBSMiami.com Weather 4/2 6AMMostly sunny with afternoon highs near 80F.
CBSMiami.com Weather 04-01-20 11PMChief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has your Wednesday night weather forecast.
Help Wanted: Volunteers Needed For Medical Response UnitCBS4's Steve Goldstein spoke with Dr. Shahnaz Fatteh, the president of Broward County Medical Association, about the help they need.