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BSO Seeks Witnesses To Help Solve Mystery Behind Trans Woman Murder In Pompano BeachShe was known to many as Bree Black or NUK, a trans woman. It was just about 10:15 p.m. Friday July 3, when Bree was gunned down, just steps from her apartment at NW 3rd Ave and 12 Street in Pompano Beach.
DeSantis Says Disney, Universal Are Doing A Great Job With Coronavirus Safety PrecautionsThe doors to Disney will be back open soon. Two theme parks, Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, are set to reopen Saturday for the first time since coronavirus-related closures in March and Gov. Ron DeSantis is confident in theme park safety precautions.
CBSMiami.com Weather 7/6 12PMPartly to mostly cloudy afternoon with storms rolling in.
Fort Lauderdale Boy Hit By Falling Bullet On July 4thBrooke Shafer reports he was the second seven-year-old boy to be shot in the last week in South Florida.
President Trump Criticized For Claiming Most Coronavirus Cases Are HarmlessNatalie Brand reports Trump made the claim as cases rose going into the holiday weekend.
Miami Mayor In Favor Of Statewide Mask MandateMayor Francis Suarez compared it to the state's seat belt law.
Broward Reopens Beaches After July 4th ShutdownJoan Murray reports beachgoers were happy to hit the sand.
Miami-Dade To Close Dining At Restaurants, GymsMayor Carlos Gimenez has threatened to close the beaches again if they see crowding or people not following the rules.
Florida Adds Another 6,336 Coronavirus CasesFlorida death toll stands at 3,880
PortMiami Navigates Stormy Seas During PandemicWith the cruise industry on hold, for now, PortMiami is looking ahead to its financial future. CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald reports while some terminal construction has continued amid the coronavirus pandemic, much of the $7 billion passenger cruise economy associated with PortMiami is drydocked, as is the $2 billion the industry generates at Port Everglades. Katie Johnston reports.
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Trending: Kanye WestRapper Kanye West announced on Twitter that he will be running for president
Family Of Fort Hood Soldier Vanessa Guillen Want Congressional Investigation Into Her DeathNancy Chen reports investigators have identified her remains more than two months after she disappeared.
Your CBS4 Forecast For Monday 7/6CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez says it will be partly cloudy and warm this morning with showers and storms developing in the afternoon.
Two People Struck By Lightning On Clearwater BeachThe men tried to leave the beach but the storm came on quickly.
Broadway Actor Nick Cordero Died After Battle With COVID-19The Broadway veteran was 41 years old.
Broward Steps Up Coronavirus EnforcementBrooke Shafer reports a number of businesses have been cited for violations.
CBS4 This Morning Headlines 7/6Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Eye On The Day 7/6Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: A grim end to the search for a missing Fort Hood soldier, record numbers of COVID-19 hospitalizations threaten capacity issues in some states, and a “Zen Work Pod” putting a twist on working from home. How have you spruced up your home office?
CBSMiami.com Weather 7/6 6AMPartly cloudy early with scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Fort Lauderdale Boy Struck By Bullet On July 4thThe boy was struck in the arm while he was in a swimming pool.
CBSMiami.com Weather 7/5 6PMScattered thunderstorms during the evening. Partly cloudy skies after midnight.
SW Dade Man In Custody After Standoff With PolicePolice responded to a house fire and found a man threatening himself with a knife
US Has More Than 2.8 Million Coronavirus CasesTom Hanson reports a former FDA commissioner says the spread is out of control and it may be too late.

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